The people at Public Policy Polling cast a recent poll to determine which football team was America's favorite. For whatever reason, the title of "America's Team" seems to be a debate only fostered by Packers fans and Cowboys fans, but the poll suggests their, in fact, are other popular teams in the NFL. Really?
Hollywood gossip publication, TMZ is reporting that Ryan Braun's positive test for banned substances was caused by medication he's taking for a private medical issue and not performance enhancing drugs
I usually reserve posts like this for the aftermath of a game in which the Packers or Brewers smoke a rival team. In this instance, now that Albert Pujols has decided to leave St. Louis for Anaheim, I felt it was equally appropriate. The comments below are from the St. Louis Post Dispatch. As always, they are unedited posts - I have not altered them in any way for spelling, grammar etc..
Following a Packers win, I'll typically post a list of comments from fans of the opposition. Given the Packers played in New York, I figured the local media would do a better job illustrating the general level of heartache felt by Giants fans.
The Heisman Trophy will be awarded on December 10, 2011 to college football's best player - I mean running back or quarterback. Regardless of how the trophy almost exclusively finds its way to one of the glamour offensive positions, there is nothing fraudulent about Monte Ball's case to be included among the nations elite.
So I was snooping around the Detroit Free Press web site after the Packers 27-15 Thanksgiving Day victory over the talented, but troubled Lions. I frequently visit sites from the home market of the opposition after games of significance to see what fans are saying.