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The Last Analog QB

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by Boom_70, Nov 17, 2008.

  1. Boom_70

    Boom_70 Well-Known Member

    Anyone catch this story that appeared in PLAY ( The NY Times Sports Mag.) a few weeks ago.


    An interesting take on Brett Favre but writer seems a bit to jaded about the NFL.
  2. 2muchcoffeeman

    2muchcoffeeman Active Member

    Brett Favre, The Analog Kid.
  3. Bob Cook

    Bob Cook Active Member

    Did someone say Analog Kid?

  4. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    I don't know if the writer is "jaded" about the NFL. I tend to think that he is mocking the anal retentive, dictatorial management regimes that populate the NFL landscape.
  5. Boom_70

    Boom_70 Well-Known Member

    But maybe that is what makes the NFL so succesful. It's not like the NFL is suffering for fans.

    Seems like a bit of a cheap shot to me.
  6. Sam Mills 51

    Sam Mills 51 Active Member

    Who is the Digital Man? Anyone bridging the gap with Chemistry?
  7. Football_Bat

    Football_Bat Well-Known Member

    So who's the last analog SJ poster?
  8. Faithless

    Faithless Member

    Brett Favre = Analog Kid (was today's Tom Sawyer during his prime)
    Peyton Manning = Digital Man
    Matt Ryan = New World Man
  9. Ben_Hecht

    Ben_Hecht Active Member

    Oh, BTW . . . Play is done. Insufficient advertising support.
  10. dooley_womack1

    dooley_womack1 Well-Known Member

    Michael Vick = Particle Man
  11. Bob Cook

    Bob Cook Active Member

    Matt Hasselbeck = I Think I'm Going Bald
  12. hockeybeat

    hockeybeat Guest

    I humbly disagree. The game is popular for myriad reasons. But, at the end of the day, it's just a game. In the grand scheme, it's rather unimportant; it's not like curing cancer or ending homelessness. Yet, there are coaches like Belichick and Mangini, coaches that guard even the slightest bit of information as if it is a state secret. There is something eminently mockable about that.
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