• Final NFL Power RankingsIt's tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here's your final power rankings of the season.
  1. Lonchomendez says:

    The situation with the Bay area is pterty much the same except this time its the 49ers and not the Raiders. Usually, the 49ers are on the road on a FOX DH, and the Raiders are home on a CBS SH, forcing the NFL to schedule an additional 4:05 CBS SH game to avoid the Bay area from having any game at all. If the 49ers don’t sell out, they still can’t show the Pats/Colts because the Raiders are at Pittsburgh early and both CBS and FOX get one guaranteed game in each market. If the 49ers don’t sell out FOX has to show one of the other 4:05 games.

  2. Suyan says:

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    1. Gabriela says:

      I love the fact that all three selected the Patriots to win the AFC East. The Hard Knocks love had gone way too far on the JETS. Last year they were aberly over .500. Nice picks gentlemen

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  3. Shivaji says:

    I was detailed to Detroit from September 2008 to last October. It’s where I’m lorginaliy from. During the last 15 months of the assignment I lived right downtown, on the riverfront. I’m back in the Imperial Center, Metro DC, now.Detroit’s got severe problems, sure. It looks — well, ‘grim’ doesn’t quite capture it. It’s a little like living in an archaeological ruin. But I bicycled all over the city, day and night, solo and with a group of guys I fell in with. Never had a problem. Emptiness is the main vibe in Detroit now, not menace. Granted, I was — much to my astonishment — living a very privileged existence, compared to the average Detroiter. But I didn’t see the kind of daily mayhem that made Detroit the Murder Capital 20, 30, 40 years ago.For all its problems, there are several things going on in Detroit that I find very intriguing, that may yet bring me back there to stay. Land is so cheap and available that it’s almost like a new frontier. A trickle of younger people is starting to flow back into the city. There’s an active urban farming and gardening scene. Don’t forget that the world’s largest fresh water system drains right past Detroit’s eastern edge. I think the city might host some very interesting social and economic experiments in the years to come. (Unfortunately, Michiganders have opted to put an especially rabid sort of Republican in charge of the state. Not promising.)Here’s one contrast between B’more and The D that I never could figure out: In the bad neighborhoods of Baltimore I’m used to seeing little knots of young males hanging out, engaging in the commodities market. I never saw that in Detroit. I’m sure there’s a hopping drug trade there, but I don’t know where the deals happen. I heard speculation that dealers work out of vacant houses — no shortage of those in Detroit.I don’t know how I stumbled on to it, but I like the blog. It’s nice to know that not all cops are, well, state-sanctioned thugs. Gotta say, more and more I look at cops with wariness. And I’m a citizen, a white male taxpayer.– sglover

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