Dez Bryant Serves As Reminder Of What’s Wrong With NFL

July 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Imagine a picture-perfect cold November Sunday. You wake up, make your cup of coffee, log in to Yahoo sports and set your….fantasy basketball lineup?
Or worse, your family gathers for Thanksgiving, dad, brother, cousins, uncles, slamming beers in the living room sitting down to...Fox’s paid programming.
The mere thought of a year without football is enough to make the majority of America cringe and enough to make it blatantly obvious that the National Football League has transcended its roll as sports entertainment.
The lengths people will go for their beloved franchises are remarkable and beyond ridiculous. That passion, for 21 weeks a year, fuels an entire nation.
It’s no longer fun and games. It’s religion.
Yet, it’s in jeopardy of disappearing.
The NFL is dangerously close to a lockout for reasons like Cowboy’s receiver Dez Bryant’s arrogant display in what was essentially his first day on the job.

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