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NFL News / Rumours 2010 Season

Now that 09 is officially over..Lets get the thread goinn for the next Season on the horizon.

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Super Bowl is most watched TV show ever

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The New Orleans Saints’ victory over Indianapolis in the Super Bowl was watched by more than 106 million people, surpassing the 1983 finale of “M-A-S-H” to become the most-watched program in U.S. television history, the Nielsen Co. said Monday.

Compelling story lines involving the city of New Orleans and its ongoing recovery from Hurricane Katrina and the attempt at a second Super Bowl ring for Indianapolis quarterback Peyton Manning(notes) propelled the viewership. Football ratings have been strong all season.

“It was one of those magical moments that you don’t often see in sports,” said Sean McManus, president of CBS News and Sports.

Nielsen estimated Monday that 106.5 million people watched Sunday’s Super Bowl. The “M-A-S-H” record was 105.97 million.

The viewership estimate obliterated the previous record viewership for a Super Bowl—last year’s game between Arizona and Pittsburgh. That game was seen by 98.7 million people, Nielsen said.

The “M-A-S-H” record has proven as durable and meaningful in television as Babe Ruth’s record of 714 home runs was in baseball until topped by Hank Aaron. Ultimately, it may be hard to tell which program was really watched by more people. There’s a margin for error in such numbers, and Nielsen’s Monday estimate was preliminary, and could change with a more thorough look at data due Tuesday.

“It’s significant for all of the members of the broadcasting community,” said Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. CEO. “For anyone who wants to write that broadcasting is dead, 106 million people watched this program. You can’t find that anywhere else.”

Moonves predicted CBS will earn more in advertising revenue than in any other Super Bowl. The good ratings for the game and football in general also set CBS and other football broadcasters up well when selling advertising for next season, he said.

The Nielsen estimate also drew some congratulations from Alan Alda, the star of “M-A-S-H,” and the slugger whose record was beaten.

“If the `M-A-S-H’ audience was eclipsed, it was probably due in large part to the fact that the whole country is rooting for New Orleans to triumph in every way possible,” Alda said. “I am, too, and I couldn’t be happier for them. I love that city.”

There are more American homes with television sets now (114.9 million) than there were in 1983 (83.3 million). An estimated 77 percent of homes with TVs on were watching “M-A-S-H” in 1983, compared with the audience share of 68 for the Super Bowl.

Nielsen also measures only the United States, and it’s possible some World Cup soccer games were seen more worldwide. Accurate measurement of television audiences outside the United States is spotty at best.

Alda also wondered whether the numbers were too close to declare a new champion. He thinks Nielsen didn’t take into account large numbers of people watching “M-A-S-H” communally, which is often the case for football games, too.

“Not to say I’m competitive, but in part we are talking about sports,” he said. “And I actually AM competitive.”

McManus didn’t want to jinx it, but the abnormally strong viewership for football this year left him hoping for a record. The NFC and AFC championship games both had their biggest audiences since the 1980s. The growth of high-definition television and its appeal to sports fans has also helped.

A competitive game until the final minutes sealed it. McManus acknowledged some nervousness when Indianapolis jumped out to a 10-0 lead—a Super Bowl rout often makes people turn away from the game—but New Orleans roared back.

The Mid-Atlantic blizzard also helped CBS. After New Orleans, the highest-rated market was snowbound Washington, Nielsen said. More people watched the game from their homes in that area instead of going to parties or bars, and Nielsen does a much better job counting viewers in homes than outside of them.

“Bad weather in the Northeast and good weather in Florida was a good combination for us,” McManus said.

The Super Bowl also proved a strong launching pad for the new CBS series “Undercover Boss” that premiered after the game. An estimated 38.6 million people watched the first edition of a series about corporate honchos working secretly as low-level employees in their own companies, Nielsen said. That’s third only to a 1996 “Friends” and 2001 “Survivor” as the most-watched program after the Super Bowl.

Meanwhile, Dorito’s was a big winner in a measurement of interest in the commercials played during the Super Bowl. TiVo Inc. said the snack company’s ad featuring a boy telling a man to keep his hands off his chips and his mom was stopped and played back in 15 percent of homes with the digital video recorder.

The secretly filmed CBS promo with David Letterman, Jay Leno and Oprah Winfrey came in second, followed by the Snicker’s ad with Betty White and Abe Vigoda flattened in a football game.

In general, however, TiVo found less interest in the commercials than it has in previous years, judged by how many people paused live action to see them, said Todd Juenger, general manager of TiVo’s research department.

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Peppers doesn’t want long-term deal with Panthers

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP)—Julius Peppers no longer wants a long-term contract with Carolina, saying the Panthers have ignored him this offseason.

In an interview aired Tuesday morning on Charlotte radio station WFNZ-AM, the five-time Pro Bowl defensive end indicated he’s irritated by the team’s “silence” and has changed his stance on whether he wants to continue his career in Carolina.

“Last year, at the time, that was the option that I wanted most,” Peppers said. “Now it’s not.”

While agent Carl Carey said last week he believes the Panthers aren’t interested in retaining Peppers, Carolina’s career sacks leader, team officials haven’t announced their plans for the impending free agent. General manager Marty Hurney didn’t immediately return a phone message Tuesday.

“How can you say you want to be somewhere when you’re not really sure if they want you there because they’re not even talking to you?” Peppers said.

It’s another twist in a long-running saga between the two sides.

After being held to a career-low 2 1/2 sacks in 2007, the Panthers still offered to make Peppers the NFL’s highest-paid defensive player. Peppers on Tuesday provided conflicting reasons on why he rejected the contract.

“That deal was to make me the highest-paid defensive player, but slightly, very slightly,” Peppers said. “I didn’t really feel the sincerity behind that deal.”

But later in the rambling answer during the radio phone interview, Peppers also indicated he wasn’t worthy of such a deal.

“I had 2 1/2 sacks that season and they’re coming to offer me being the highest-paid defensive player. Like, I can’t even accept that,” Peppers said. “I’m not deserving of that.”

Peppers bounced back with a career-high 14 1/2 sacks in 2008, then announced he wanted to play elsewhere and pleaded with the Panthers to let him leave in free agency. He said Tuesday he wanted out because he was upset with the team’s direction under then-defensive coordinator Mike Trgovac.

“In my eyes I didn’t see us getting any better on that side of the ball,” Peppers said. “I felt like it was time to try somewhere else, do something else. But things changed. They brought in new people.”

Trgovac and defensive line coach Sal Sunseri left. Ron Meeks took over the defense and Brian Baker replaced Sunseri. At the same time, the Panthers placed the restrictive franchise tag on Peppers, limiting his options in free agency.

“I never felt that they did that with the intent to keep me here,” Peppers said. “I felt like they did that in attempt to send me off somewhere else to get compensation, draft picks or whatever.”

There was no deal and Peppers eventually changed his tune, beginning negotiations on a long-term contract. But a deal couldn’t be reached and Peppers played under the one-year tender worth an NFL-high $16.7 million. After recording 10 1/2 sacks, Peppers made the Pro Bowl and earned a $1.5 million bonus.

The Panthers could use the franchise tag again in 2010, but it would include a 20 percent raise. Peppers would be due $20.1 million, plus another $1.5 million Pro Bowl bonus and $250,000 for each playoff victory.

Carolina could use the franchise tag again and try to trade Peppers, but Peppers would almost certainly first have to agree to a long-term deal with that team.

Several clubs, such as Philadelphia and New England, could be interested. But there are also questions about Peppers’ inconsistency. He acknowledged on Tuesday that even former defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, now coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, told him during his rookie year in 2002 that it doesn’t appear he’s playing hard on every down.

“I told him just because it doesn’t look like I’m running as hard as the next man with my arms swinging, sweating and breathing hard doesn’t mean I’m not trying as hard,” Peppers said. “I’m still trying hard, it just doesn’t look like it. I do it easier.”

But despite 81 sacks in eight seasons, the 30-year-old Peppers’ future is murky. The Panthers have until Feb. 25 to use the franchise tag.

“The silence says a lot without saying anything,” Peppers said. “That is kind of a turnoff.”

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Jeff Feagles Retires After 1,713 Punts


April 30, 2010


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — There were times, during the lulls in practice, when Giants punter Jeff Feagles would practice his precision-style kicks by aiming balls into garbage cans sitting 40 yards away. And when it came time for the special-teams portion of practice, Coach Tom Coughlin would call for a drill that asked Feagles to pin the other team inside its own 5-yard line.


Jeff Feagles retired after 22 seasons and a league-record 352 consecutive games.

“Six years ago it was the 20,” Feagles said on Friday as he formally announced his retirement after a record-setting 22-year N.F.L. career. “Then it went to the 15, the 10, and last year it ended up at the 5.”

Feagles, 44, never led the league in punting average, and he was named to only two Pro Bowls. But he leaves a legacy as a maestro of directional punting — the rare ability to keep the ball away from dangerous returners and bury opposing offenses against their own goal-line.

He had a 41.6-yard career gross average and a 35.9-yard net average. Neither of those count the distance the ball traveled sideways, toward its intended target.

Feagles worried only about the spot at which the Giants defense took the field. He aimed his kicks to the sideline or hung them high enough for teammates to run under and catch — tricky propositions amid the notoriously swirling winds of Giants Stadium.

“With directional punting, I think I got ahead of the game, and was able to really define how to do that,” Feagles said during a news conference in the auditorium of the team’s headquarters. “I wasn’t the strongest or kicked it the furthest in later years, but I could put it exactly where I wanted to.”

Feagles retires as the N.F.L’s career leader in punts (1,713), punting yards (71,211, or more than 40 miles) and balls downed inside the 20-yard line (554).

He also played in 352 consecutive regular-season games, a league record. He is third all-time in N.F.L. games played behind the retired kickers Morten Andersen (382) and Gary Anderson (353).

Coughlin introduced Feagles at Friday’s news conference, striking a theme of professionalism and consistency.

“If people are paying you to go to work, you go to work,” Coughlin said. “And that’s what this guy did for 22 years.”

Feagles was not drafted after helpingthe University of Miami win the college national championship in the 1987 season. He signed with the New England Patriots on May 1, 1988. He played in all 16 games in each of the 22 seasons since, including the past seven seasons with the Giants.

“One of the greatest Giants of all time,” Coughlin said.

Feagles had planned to play this season, too, and signed a contract with the Giants a month ago.

“My mind was telling me that I wanted to come back and do this,” Feagles said. “I think my mind will tell me that I always want to do this, because it’s a great game, the game of football. I’ve been doing it for half my life.”

His body had other notions as Feagles ramped up his workout routine. His back hurt and his knee swelled. He woke up one morning, made a pot of coffee and told his wife, Michelle, that he thought he was through.

Feagles took that message to Coughlin on April 19, a few days before the N.F.L. draft. Coughlin asked that Feagles ponder it for another day. He did.

“I’ve taken my last swing,” Feagles said. “That’s it.”

The Giants drafted East Carolina punter Matt Dodge in the seventh round. Dodge was 11 months old when Feagles first signed with the Patriots.

Feagles and his wife have four sons. The oldest, 19-year-old C. J., is a punter at the University of North Carolina and did not attend Friday’s announcement. The others sat in the front row near their mother and Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes and long-snapper Zak DeOssie.

Feagles was cut by the Patriots after two seasons. He then played with Philadelphia, Arizona and Seattle before joining the Giants in 2003.

On Friday, Feagles wore the Super Bowl ring he earned with the Giants at the end of the 2007 season. The next season might have been his best, as Feagles averaged 44.0 yards per punt and made the Pro Bowl, 13 years after his first Pro Bowl selection.

He took joy in trying to “defeat the wind” at Giants Stadium, about to be torn down as a new stadium opens next door. Feagles never revealed his secrets to solving the air currents, and admitted he often led opposing kickers astray during pregame chats.

“I used to tell them to look at the flags — that’s the way the wind’s blowing,” Feagles said, referring to the banners consistently flapping above the upper deck. “It’s the complete opposite.”

But Feagles seems most proud of his ability to send a ball where he aimed it, a forgotten art in a league where punting averages have boomed toward 50 yards in recent years. His greatest thrills, he said, came from burying teams deep inside their own territory, or fooling returners trying to guess where the ball was headed.

“I could really mess with those guys back there,” he said.

In some ways, his foray into directional kicking was a survival technique for someone who never had the league’s strongest leg. Philadelphia Coach Buddy Ryan once told Feagles that he would always have a job if he could routinely pin teams deep.

It was in Arizona in the mid-1990s that Feagles worked with the special-teams coach Al Roberts, who may have inadvertently helped extend the punter’s career by a decade or more.

“He said, ‘Listen, I think you can do this — let’s try to kick away from the returner,’ ” Feagles recalled with a smile. “I said, ‘Well, that sounds like a lot of fun.’ It took some time, and a lot of work. A lot of work. And it worked to my advantage over the years.”

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Wk 1 Preseason underway

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1 more week of Preseason and the training its done...I do hope they increase by 2 games the regular season..and decrease the Pre by the same 2 !!!!

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And the Dolphins also did bite the DUST yesterday Vs the Jets

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Location: Miami, Largo & Winter Springs !!!
Teams: Chile, USA, R Plate, CC, The "U" and Bucs
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And for the first time EVER in their history, the Dallas Cowboys fire a head Coach in the middle of a Season....

Chairman of the BORED © !!!!!& MASTER BAITER ©

In all fairness...if Carson35 IS allowed to copy & paste here..So can I !!!!

Que la chupen., y la sigan chupando !!!!

National Champions. 83 87 89 91 and 2001

Xtratime is FULL of BULLIES, and not enough Indians.

Damos TODO por los Chilenos en el extranjero
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