With the Chargers set to land in Foxborough this weekend for the AFC Championship Game, let's revisit just one example of how San Diego is corrupting its youth.
Why would you put your boy in a cheerleader skirt? Just send him to Yale.
Looks like a girl. How is it corrupting your child to teach them about cheating?
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has determined that the New England Patriots violated league rules Sunday when they videotaped defensive signals by the New York Jets' coaches, according to league sources.
NFL security officials confiscated a camera and videotape from Patriots video assistant Matt Estrella on the New England sidelines when it was suspected he was recording the Jets' defensive signals. Sources say the visual evidence confirmed the suspicion.
Clever. Good idea; get the kiddies involved in your inane trash talking.
Don't forget to teach the little one about excessive celebration, drug and steroid abuse, and all-around poor sportsmanship. No one in the NFL is above reproach. Your selective meting out of wisdom is an interesting parenting technique.
Why doesn't everyone just watch the games and shut up about it?
Here's an idea: let the little girl keep the cheerleader outfit and teach her how to be a good fan of her team and of the game.
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