Date: February 7th 2012

Conservative Resources by J.P. Travis at

The Goat Bowl

The Super Bowl is over, the New York Giants won, and I canít be the only person who noticed something odd. The last three games of the season were all decided by goats.

Itís mighty doggone suspicious. Whoever polices the NFL against game fixing should be investigating full steam, because something awfully weird was going on during the last two rounds of the playoffs.

Hereís the thing: the only way to fix games is to pay players to perform badly. (Theyíre already being paid to perform well, so that would be a waste of money.) Consequently, the first sign that something is amiss will be unexpected and inexplicably bone-headed blunders on the field. Exactly like what we saw in these last three games...

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