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24 Mar 2014
PK talks replay process changes, officiating bloodlines, and more Manziel than you can shake a stick at.
Posted by: Rivers McCown on 24 Mar 2014
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26 Mar 2014, 1:37pm by
With the risk of getting "then don't respond at all" reactions; I feel the need to say I've stopped caring about what's in MMQB a a good 5 years ago.
I haven't read him in almost ten years myself. We just need to accept that we're (the FO readership in general) not the target audience for MMQB. I used to read the comments about it, and once or twice a year it would spur me to read the article, but I've noticed that the commenters here don't even bother commenting much. I think it's probably past time that the automatic link to MMQB goes away, much like TMQ did.
I actually use the link here to get to MMQB, which I enjoy reading for what it is.
I like TMQ. It's entertaining. MMQ is a little too bleh, so I skim it. (No, I am not Gregg Easterbrook.)
Yep, I think that I've clicked the link once in the past five years. I still read the FO comments though.
I think he still comes up with some good stuff because he has a lot of sources around the league. But he likes to boast too much about he knows all these people.
When it comes to No. 1 corners, a familiar name was No. 1 in 2014.
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