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NFC Mid Season Report



We are just past halfway in the 2008 NFL Regular Season. At this point you have a pretty good idea of the contenders and the pretenders, right? Who is gonna play in the playoffs…Who is going to the Super Bowl…it’s cut and dried, right? Not so much…Parity is King in the NFL again so I thought it would be fun to spend about five hours breaking down each teams chances based on their remaining schedules. I wanted to do the AFC and the NFC…but shit like this takes too long to figure out. So here it is…the NFC Divsion Winners, Wild Card Winners, who is in…who is out…etc….

I am sure some of you will have differing and dissenting opinions…thats what the comment section is for…. Continue reading


12 Minutes with Ralph Vacchiano. 60 is too long.

We continue to grow here at Sparty & Friends, and today is just another step forward in giving you, our readers, some quality conent.

Today we have an interview with WCNYFGs beat writer, Ralph Vacchiano.  Ralph writes a  column on the team for New York Daily News, as well as his daily blogging at the Blue Screen, hosted at the NYDN site.  He also just completed his first book; Eli Manning: The Making of a Quarterback.  I have been reading Mr. Vacchiano for a few years now, and communication between us began shortly after our piece on the stadium naming rights controversey a couple months back.  We cordially disagreed, but that eventually had us emailing back and forth and that led into this interview.  So, grab a cup of coffee and enjoy. Continue reading


This just isn’t funny.  The is disgusting, utterly shameful.  Seahawk fans that frequent this board should be diming this piece of garbage out, distancing themselves from such a disgrace of a human being.  We dance near the line at times with taste, but this is so far beyond the line. I haven’t been this disgusted in a long time.