08 Dec 2005
Reader Ian H. sends along this email:
"[This is] an interesting article comparing 'soccer houliganism' in the UK/Europe to violence at football games in the U.S. [It] seems very Philly-centric, but the author essentially claims the media downplays violence at football games (and sporting events in general) in the U.S. while condemning the UK/European fans for their unruly activities."
40 comments, Last at 11 Dec 2005, 12:04am by Sean
Russell WIlson's big game against Pittsburgh included some third-down numbers that would have been weird for most quarterbacks, but they were perfectly normal for him.