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Poll: Who’s to blame for NFL lockout?

Post by Eric Williams on March 14, 2011 at 8:35 am with 3 Comments »
March 14, 2011 8:35 am

So you’ve had a couple days to digest all the news regarding the dispute between NFL owners and players. The action now is headed to the courtroom, with the NFLPA voting to decertify, and the owners responding by locking the players out, and the possibility of games being missed in September is a reality if no agreement is struck.

So whom do you blame for the situation the league is in now?

Who’s to blame for NFL lockout?

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  1. Okay at this point in time both groups are acting like spoiled little children!!!

    Oh wait they are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    that being said – get’er done cause I want to talk actual football!!!

  2. AaronCurryIsBUST says:

    The following owners are primarily who I place chief blame on for this sordid affair:

    Al Davis
    Dan Snyder
    Jeffrey Lurie
    Chip Rosenbloom
    Zygi Wylff
    Bob Kraft

    I’m sure there are a few more I’m forgetting I’ll get to later.

  3. yellaman says:

    according to the question who is to blame for the lockout? How can we blame the players for this mess- I see majority say both are to blame but the players didn’t go on strike its the owners who lockout the players and opted out of the collective bargaining agreement because they say they are losing money (that’s bs) As a whole the players are the ones getting screwed by the owners and don’t think the owners have a better PR group to fool the rest of the country into thinking the players are at fault. The players might not be the most business savy group but this is not their doing

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