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Xfinity now placing comment closed "articles" in our main page?



This is weak sauce.  Look, I get it, this is a sponsored blog, and money needs to come from somewhere.  But I sure hope they aren't going to start clogging our front page with their random articles that don't even reference our team.

It's kind of crap, especially with how many articles are being pushed out on a given day.  It's hard enough to not lose articles as they get  2nd paged, and now we're going to have to deal with that?  Lame.

It is an "article" that doesn't allow comments, but doesn't include our team.  SWEET!!!!  That's what I wanted.  MORE NATIONAL COVERAGE THAT DOESN'T INCLUDE MY TEAM.  Because, you know, I forgot the national media doesn't really cover us in any detail.  And I can't get that information anywhere else.

By the way, during the draft does anyone remember one of our picks coming up in which a network didn't go to a commercial, or talk about how great the Lions draft was, or how Atlanta made the big move to trade up, or New England did a great job of trading down?   

So, Xfinity, thank you for putting commercial ads on our site therefor sponsoring it and helping to pay the authors.  But FUCK YOU for your inability to simply include advertisements on the side that take up no post space or "sponsored posts" by OUR writers, and instead clogging our site up with your own shit.  You just helped convince me that if you don't change things, I will, when possible, find one of your competitors when looking for television or internet providers.

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