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TPSNFL Update: 2014 Football Season - Week -1

Looks like a National Championship to me. #FlippinBurgers
Football is finally back, and you know that that means . . . The TPSNFL Update. All of your favorite owners are back for another fun filled season of touching the D! This week we kick of with a short review on all the happening in sports while we were away. From LeBron leaving Miami like a coward to return to the city that hates/loves him to a look into the TPSNMLB. A lot has happened in the past three months.

We also review the TPSNFL Draft and break down how we think our teams shaped out this year. There were many rule changes to the league this year and most of them were an attempt to make sure ediddy999 and the Ruff Ryderz don't dominate like they did last year. It was a nice try, but you can't stop the Ruff Ryderz you can only hope to contain them.

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