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Jet's loss means big bucks for CBS1/25/2010 4:00:00 PM
I am upset how CBS wanted the Jets to lose the game this past weekend. They knew that if the jets lost, they would gain so much more money and have a third succesful year in a row. My question is: When did football become about money and major networks saying who they want in the playoffs? Many CBS officals want to hit the 100 million mark (a number not yet reached by any sports event) and they believed that they wouldn't have hit 80 million is the Jets were in the playoffs. All of this just sickens me. They are already making 3 million per 30sec-1min adveristment. Im not shooting down the Colts at all don't get me wrong they played a great game, it just upsets me that major networks are having an infulence where they are not needed. What do you guys think?
1/25/2010 5:06:00 PM
just bc cbs wanted them to lose doesnt mean anything about what happened on the field. jets secondary took a hit early and manning picked them apart. i would have loved to see the Jets in the big dance..
1/28/2010 6:39:00 AM
The best team won, no matter what CBS wanted. Indy-NO SB is the best matchup, for CBS/NFL/fans.
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