Murphy can forget about it


With the New York City being awarded Superbowl XLVIII in 2014 Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy is intrigued with the notion of bringing a Superbowl to Green Bay, according to Pro Football Talk.

The reality is Murphy can forget about it.

The problem is not with a game in Green Bay itself, but with all the other things that go into putting one on like hotel room, transportation, and entertainment.

Last year when the Minnesota Vikings schedule was released it was pointed out on ESPN Radio’s Colin Cowherd show that the best accommodations for visitors is the top end local motel or a hotel like the Holiday Inn.

In the end, unless everything in Green Bay improves the Packers will never host a Superbowl.

In the end, the Packers can do

Bills should say no thanks to Schobel


Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Aaron Schobel is still yet undecided on whether to retire or not.

However, it is to the point that if Schobel decides to comeback for another year they should just say no thanks to the long time Bill.

The problem is Organized Team Activities for the Bills have started with this week and that means that head coach Chan Gailey and the rest of his coaching staff is implementing the offensive and defensive playbooks, along with switching from a 4-3 to a 3-4.

Even for a veteran missing anytime this year is bad with new playbooks as the defense’s vocabulary has now completely changed.

In the end, the best thing for the Bills is for Schobel to retire as sooner or later it is going to happen anyways.