DK wrote:wrveres wrote:Hardest thing to do in all of sports... Period.
i disagree...it's the hardest thing to do in life.
Are you serious? Tell you what, hit the cages, get that hitting thing down, and then find a cure for cancer in your spare time. Then, you can separate a pair of conjoined twins. Hitting a baseball is the hardest thing to do in sports but life? No way.
While we're on the topic, why is it so hard to hit a golf ball? The stupid thing is just sitting there begging to be hit.
Madison wrote:Nisly wrote:How can you even compare the two sports, they are completely different games? Now, I have never played football so I'm not an expert on the rigors of the game, but some of these guys can't even get out of bed or walk on Monday morning, let alone even practice. To suggest that they should play 2 times a week is completely insane. Sure, I'd love to see more games, but a 16 game schedule does suffice. The best team almost always wins the super bowl. Anything can happen, but come playoff time, the better teams win.
I'm just saying that the football season is way too short. I'd like to see more games each year. I must be the only person on Earth who thinks that football players are babied.
Once the football season is over, I am always feeling a bit sad but that is for selfish reasons. 16 games is plenty. Chances are, if you are good enough, you will make the playoffs. If not, then you didn't deserve to be there. If there is an injury or something else, those things happen in baseball, too. If Bonds tore a knee up, they would miss the playoffs as well. And that is with 162 games. Once the NFL season is over, there are usually only a few teams, if any, that really had a gripe about playoffs. 1 reason for parity in the NFL is strength of schedule. If you suck, then you play a sucky schedule. If you're good, then you p;lay a tougher schedule. This works well but isn't foolproof as they don't always know who will be good or not.
Mad.......You are not. The players are babied beyond reason. While I understand that players are bigger, stronger, and faster than ever before, the players, especially the QB's, are coddled. For all the money that they make, they should at least get their uniforms dirty.