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English Premier League TV rights to be $7.9 Billion over 3yrs

13 February 2015 - 11:07 PM

On Tuesday, the English Premier League announced that Sky Sports and BT Sport would retain the league’s domestic television rights at a staggering cost: About $7.9 billion over three years starting in the 2016-17 season, a 70 percent increase over what they’re currently paying. And when international rights are factored in, the league is expected take in about $13 billion over the course of the deal, or around $4.3 billion per year.

 

 

http://www.washingto...soccer-worried/

 

 

Obviously the rest of Europe is worried, very worried.


Cam and Kap modeling bell peppers...

13 February 2015 - 11:00 PM

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Found it on Cam's instagram page, posted 5hrs ago.

 

http://instagram.com/p/zD0If4ETPH/


Based on 2014, Panthers have 6th easiest 2015 schedule

11 February 2015 - 06:28 PM

1. Pittsburgh Steelers: 147-107-2, .579

2. St. Louis Rams: 147-108-1, .576

3. Cincinnati Bengals: 144-112, .563

4. Seattle Seahawks: 142-112-2, .559

5. Arizona Cardinals:142-113-1, .557

T-6. Oakland Raiders: 139-116-1, .545

T-6. Kansas City Chiefs: 139-116-1, .545

8. Cleveland Browns: 138-116-2, .543

9. Denver Broncos: 138-117-1, .541

10. Baltimore Ravens: 137-117-2, .539

11. Minnesota Vikings: 138-118, .539

12. San Francisco 49ers: 137-118-1, .537

13. Chicago Bears: 136-120, .531

14. Green Bay Packers: 135-120-1, .529

15. Detroit Lions: 135-121, .527

16. San Diego Chargers: 132-123-1, .518

17. Miami Dolphins: 126-130, .492

18. New York Jets: 125-131, .488

19. Buffalo Bills: 124-131-1, .486

T-20. Washington Redskins: 122-133-1, .478

T-20. New York Giants: 122-133-1, .478

22. New England Patriots: 122-134, .477

23. Philadelphia Eagles: 121-134-1, .475

24. Dallas Cowboys: 119-136-1, .467

25. Jacksonville Jaguars: 118-137-1, .463

26. Tennessee Titans: 111-144-1, .435

27. Carolina Panthers: 111-145, .434

28. New Orleans Saints: 109-145-2, .429

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 108-146-2, .425

30. Houston Texans: 106-148-2, .417

31. Indianapolis Colts: 106-149-1, .417

32. Atlanta Falcons: 104-150-2, .409

Here's a link to a list of every opponent each team will play in 2015. The time and dates of each game will be released in the spring.


 

 

Read more here


Jordan Cameron wants out of CLE

04 February 2015 - 03:46 PM

Impending free agent TE Cameron is not interested in re-signing with the Browns. Per rotoworld.

Is it that bad in Johnny land?

http://www.rotoworld.../jordan-cameron

Top 10 challengers to the Pats in 2015

03 February 2015 - 07:46 PM

 

6. Carolina Panthers: Deride the NFC South if you want, but the Panthers were playing like one of the top half-dozen teams in the league by the end of the regular season. After building back-to-back division winners on a shoestring budget, general manager Dave Gettleman will get his first opportunity to join in the free-agent frenzy next month.

http://www.nfl.com/n...atriots-in-2015

 

 

With two back to back playoff appearances and division titles, I think this team is morphing into one with a winning culture where it's playoffs or bust.