Do you remember acting stupid or being stupid? Stupidity has been experienced by all of us. At some time, we’re being stupid however, you can still prevent these from happening. However, the sad thing is that if you are being stupid and lose valuable things. As a Dallas Cowboys fan, it is entirely a moron act when you lose the admission that is so expensive and valuable. Frequently, it’s not the owner’s fault when the ticket is suddenly lost but often, it is really the owners fault. We have posted a few of the instances the tickets are lost. Simple gestures and acts that will end up with a lost ticket.Men do not usually carry around bags or wallets unlike the ladies which they have always the bag or small purse. It is a habit of males that they will place the ticket on the back pocket of their jeans along with the other valuable things like money and cards, etc. Without you knowing it, if you buy a thing and take out some money from your pocket, the admission might be dropped. Sometimes the pants might be washed with still the Dallas Cowboys ticket on the pocket and find yourself with crumpled paper and then the details are no longer visible.No specific area for the admission. For, example, you don’t use a bulletin board or organizer for you to put your statements and letters on. Just carelessly placing the admission on the desk or chair or even corner of the dresser and when you already want the ticket, you don’t know precisely where it is. You may be searching in the entire house or inside the car. You never know your wife might have thrown it away or a dog swallowed it.Yet another way of losing the admission is announcing in the entire world that you have a ticket. Tickets cost a lot and fans always want tickets especially if it is limited. You are just showing it to a potential new holder of the admission if you carry out that. The hot item is definitely the ticket and everyone’s eyes are on it.These problems are definitely the most typical stupid things that you do without you knowing or you are just excited to announce that you’ve got the admission. Be aware, and observe your actions because the foreseen happy moment with the Dallas Cowboys might be impossible to occur.
It might be a little to soon to really tell if there’s truly something behind this new rumor, but it seems that the bad news keep on building up against the New Orleans Saints. This has been a troubled offseason for the Saints, probably it’s roughest ever. And we are talking about a team in a city that in 2005 was devastated by Hurricane Katrina. When the Saints General Manager Mick Loomis and the head coach Sean Peyton and starting quarterback Drew Brees were able to guide this team into winning a Super Bowl a couple of season ago, the squad reached it’s highest point. But the bounty scandal took it’s first blow against the team and now, a second rumor hit’s the aura of a team that is certainly looking a little less virtuous and angelic.According to the news cable that was released earlier today, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Louisiana was anonymously told Friday that the New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis had an electronic device in his Superdome suite that allowed him to monitor the visiting coaching staffs for nearly three NFL seasons.
Evidently the system had been secretly re-wired to his private suite in the stadium. Sure enough, ever since then, they have been a dominant squad in their league and just last season they broke some mayor offensive NFL records, but they just couldn’t make it to the Super Bowl. Then again, the NFL eventually found the organization guilty of establishing and continuing (despite a first warning call from the league) to support a hurt-for-pay bounty program. From there on it was up to the NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell to make an example of the Saints and gave them the most sever punishment ever recorded. New Orleans’ head coach Sean Payton was suspended without pay for the entire next season and indefinitely banned the team’s former defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams, from coaching in the league.
Goodell also banned Saints general manager Mickey Loomis for the first eight regular-season games next season. And just to finish them off, the NFL fined the Saints $500,000 and took away their second-round draft picks for the next two years. So yes, so far, this has been one heck of a preseason for New Orleans. The big issue here is that the Saints, or at least Loomis, as it seems that the accusations are placed upon him, could not only be facing and investigation by the NFL, but he could easily be accused of a federal crime, for inflicting with the regulations set upon the federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) of 1986 which explicitly prohibits any person from intercepting communications from another person using an electronic or mechanical device.
According to the rumors, Loomis was able to listen to the opposite team’s conversations from 2003 all the way up to 2005, the season when the Saints had go let go of the Superdome as it first worked as a shelter and then had to undergo many repairs after the hurricane damaged the structure. It is still uncertain if an investigation is going to be opened by either the federal, state, or local government. As far as we know it’s uncertain whether the NFL is going to make their own investigation. One thing is for sure, the rumor is out there and spreading fast.
as an citizen of atlanta i love this city and also i love atlanta falcons. i take atlanta falcons football photos at the home court of atlanta falcons. those gorgeous atlanta falcons cheerleaders and those fans dress in atlanta falcons jerseys. they were weight much more than Matt Ryan in my camera. i check atlanta falcons schedule all the time, hope not to miss any game of them. in my bed room, i post a lot of my atlanta falcons photos also those atlanta falcons wallpaper. i love wear atlanta falcons jerseys. it is comfortable. i bought it on the . there is a lot of cheap jerseys directly from chinese wholesaler. and their jerseys are cheap with high quality. i remember when the atlanta fulton country stadium was bulit. we atlantans start felt it is the time to persuing professional football. we star a group in NFL exhibition to promote atlanta applied for franchises in both the American Football League and the National Football League, acting entirely on its own with no guarantee of stadium rights. With everyone running in different directions, some local businessmen worked out a deal and were awarded an American Football League franchise on June 7, 1965, contingent upon acquiring exclusive stadium rights from city officials.
National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle, who had been moving slowly in Atlanta matters, was spurred by the American Football League interest and headed on the next plane down to Atlanta to block the rival league’s claim on the city of Atlanta. He forced the city to make a choice between the two leagues. On June 30 Rankin Smith and the NFL were the choice. on June 30, Commissioner Pete Rozelle granted ownership to Rankin Smith Sr and the atlanta Falcons come in to be in that day.
On March 19, 2003, the new logo of the atlanta falcons is presented. Falcons owner and CEO Arthur Blank said”The new Atlanta Falcons logo is fresh, strong and dynamic, and yet appreciates the tradition and history of this franchise,The new logo depicts a more powerful, aggressive Falcon – one of fast movement. It is also representative of the evolution and direction of our team.” then atlanta began their road of glory: Single game records Rushing: Michael Turner, 220 9/7/2008 Passing: Chris Chandler, 431 12/23/2001 Passing Touchdowns: Wade Wilson, 5 12/13/92 Receptions: William Andrews, 15 11/15/1981 Receiving Yards:Roddy White, 210 10/11/09 Interceptions:Many times 2 Last by Brent Grimes, 12/20/2009 Field Goals:Norm Johnson, 6 11/13/1994 Total Touchdowns’: T.J. Duckett, 4 12/12/2004 & Michael Turner 4, 11/23/08 Points Scored:.T.J. Duckett,24 12-12-04 24 & Michael Turner 24 11/23/2008 Sacks: Chuck Smith, 5 10/12/97 Single season records Passing Attempts: 571 Matt Ryan (2010) Passing Completions: 357 Matt Ryan (2010) Passing Yards: 4,143 Jeff George (1995) Passing Touchdowns: 31 Steve Bartkowski (1980) Passing Interceptions: 25 Bobby Hebert (1996) Completion Percentage: 62.5 Matt Ryan (2010) Passing Rating: 110.2 Wade Wilson (1992) Rushing Attempts: 410 Jamal Anderson (1998) Rushing Yards: 1,846 Jamal Anderson (1998) Rushing Touchdowns: 17 Michael Turner (2008) Receiving Catches: 115 Roddy White (2010) Receiving Yards: 1,389 Roddy White (2010) Receiving Touchdowns: 15 Andre Rison (1993) Quarterback Sacks: 16.5 John Abraham (2008) Pass Interceptions: 10 Scott Case (1988) Field Goal Attempts: 40 Jay Feely (2002) Field Goals Made: 32 Jay Feely (2002) Points: 138 Jay Feely (2002) Total Touchdowns: 17 Michael Turner (2008) Career records Passing Attempts: 3,329 Steve Bartkowski (1975-85) Passing Completions: 1,870 Steve Bartkowski (1975-85) Passing Yards: 23,468 Steve Bartkowski (1975-85) Passing Touchdowns: 154 Steve Bartkowski (1975-85) Passing Interceptions: 141 Steve Bartkowski (1975-85) Passing Rating: 87.4 Chris Chandler (1997-2001) Rushing Attempts: 1,587 Gerald Riggs (1982-88) Rushing Yards: 6,631 Gerald Riggs (1982-88) Rushing Yards by a QB: 3,859 Michael Vick (2001-2006) Rushing Touchdowns: 48 Gerald Riggs (1982-88) Receiving Catches: 573 Terance Mathis (1994-2001) Receiving Yards: 7,349 Terance Mathis (1994-2001) Receiving Touchdowns: 57 Terance Mathis (1994-2001) Quarterback Sacks: 94.5 Claude Humphrey (1968-78) Pass Interceptions: 39 Rolland Lawrence (1973-81) Field Goal Attempts: 164 Mick Luckhurst (1981-87) Field Goals Made: 139 Morten Andersen (1995-2000, 2006-2007) Points: 620 Morten Andersen (1995-2000, 2006-2007) Total Touchdowns: 57 Terance Mathis (1994-2001) Pass Interception Return Yards: Pass Interception Returned for Touchdowns: Punt Return Yards: Kickoff Return Yards: Longest Punt: maybe this team is not the champion of NFL, but it will always be the champion in the heart of our atlantans!