Originally posted by Bluefalcon61:
From CBS - Clark Judge:
"It's time the NFL addresses the competitive disadvantage of teams making cross-country trips on short weeks. In the last 15 years there have been 13 instances where clubs that played Sunday traveled 1,500 miles or more for a Thursday night game. All 13 lost. That's not a coincidence. It's a trend. This year that group includes San Francisco, the Jets and Philadelphia, and enough's enough. Level the playing field and stop this stupid practice."
There was special reason for that Ravens game (Harbowl) but anybody else really still feel bad about that Ravens game?
most of us knew this was a loss as soon as the schedule came out, it was amazing how we still made it a close game and had a chance to win it if it wasnt for that ticky tack call. the nfl needs to stop with that thursday night bs having teams fly cross country on an extremely short wk
couldnt agree more... thursday night games were only for thanksgiving. now theyre doing that s**t every week in the fall. it decreases it's value along with it's effect on teams that have to put up with that b******t. save it for thanksgiving or something, that's it!!
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