Just when I thought the Antonio Brown saga could not get more ridiculous, I wake up this morning to Al Michaels telling me Tom Brady invited Antonio Brown to live with him.


 

So yeah, a completely normal weekend in the NFL. This was not at all like pro wrestling. What is going on? I have no idea how the NFL allowed this off field circus to happen on their opening week of the season.

What I am sure of is I officially like College Football more than the NFL. The product on the field this weekend was not all that great in the NFL. The off field stuff was way more interesting but also embarrassing for the league and it's players.

On the flip side College Football had two really entertaining games that I watched from beginning to end. The Michigan/Army game went to wire and into overtime with Michigan hanging on to win. The other game that was pretty cool was LSU V. Texas. In the end LSU was too much for Texas to handle.

I saw both of those games top to bottom and did not see any of the players social media accounts. I saw hundred of thousands of fans root for their teams with crazy enthusiasm, saw the school bands and enjoyed the game of football. I couldn't pick any of the players out of a lineup and I like it that way.

P.S. If you invited your NEW co-worker to LIVE with you, how would your wife react? Tom is going to have some explaining to do when he gets home.