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2021年10月8日 Off

Dolphins' decision to stick with partial attendance shows the football teams in Florida are smarter than the governor

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  • Night net American Football Dolphins At what we only can hope will stand as its peak moment of the pandemic, the state of Florida was home to 15,300 new cases of COVID-19. That was in mid-July. Not quite three months later, new cases have declined by 85 percent. This is encouraging news, viewed in that context.It is not an achievement, though, because we still are talking about more than 2,000 people falling ill with this debilitating and frequently deadly disease. This is not a time to do a choreographed touchdown celebration in the end zone of Hard Rock Stadium. That is not the plan presented Wednesday by Florida’s cartoon governor, Ron DeSantis. No, he wants the celebration to be in the stands. He told Miami talk host Andy Slater that he was removing restrictions on public gatherings and would allow the Dolphins to welcome a capacity crowd of 65,000 the next time they play an Night net game.MORE: Night net COVID-19 case tracker Slater amplified this by saying DeSantis’ spokesperson wished “to make it clear … all Florida stadiums were able to go full capacity.” That potentially would mean 88,548 at the Florida Gators’ Ben Hill Griffin Stadium or 79,560 at Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium.The Dolphins said they were remaining a[......]

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    2021年10月7日 Off

    Troy Aikman responds to allegations he 'trashed' Jared Goff with Sean McVay's comments

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  • Night net Rams Troy Aikman was caught in the middle of Jared Goff's ugly departure from the Rams, and he didn't seem to appreciate it.The former player and current Fox Sports football analyst was mentioned in a column by Night net.com's Michael Silver. Silver spoke with Goff about his exit from the Rams, which didn't end on great terms. After speaking with Goff, Silver labeled the split as a "messy handling" and a "disrespectful divorce strategy" in his column. Silver also said Goff was "blindsided" by the move and that "neither (Rams GM Les) Snead nor McVay had told him the team wanted to move on, or anything close to that." And by the way Silver writes it, it seems as if Goff felt McVay was using Aikman as a mouthpiece to criticize the quarterback.MORE: Trade grades for Matthew Stafford-Jared Goff deal From Silver's column:Routinely trashed this season on FOX telecasts, specifically those with Troy Aikman as the lead analyst, Goff could reasonably assume that McVay's words about his quarterback's play in network production meetings were far from glowing.There is some value in that, at least in terms of Aikman criticizing Goff. A simple Twitter search of the two names will show results such as Aikman saying, "It just doesn’t get any uglier than that," after an interception in Week 16. He also said before a Week 12 game, "[......]

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