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Don Banks at it again, showing his clear bias based on where he lives...


In Today's (9/22/09) article by Don Bank (SI NFL writer), entitled:

Take A Breath Tuesday: Why it's smart to reserve judgment in NFL


Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/don_banks/09/22/week2/index.html?eref=sihp#ixzz0RstMopVN
Don Banks proves his bias yet again with this comment, posted below the Jump...



Don said, "-- Curb your enthusiasm, Vikings fans. Minnesota has beaten Cleveland and Detroit, who are fresh off a combined 4-28 record in 2008."


Sounds like the whiny kind of post an obvious Packer fan would make - this just adds to all the other inane drivel he'd posted up to this point about the Packers' potential vs. the Vikings lack of it.  Things like having Green Bay at #3 both before the Season began and after the first game while shoving the Vikings down into 13th, then 12th respectively.  Things like all his hype about the Packers based on pre-season games...etc..etc...

Don, either admit that you're heavily biased or just stop writing, please...you're just embarrassing yourself and Green Bay fans.

 

 



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