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Women to NFL: 'Hands off our handbags!'
2013-08-20

Now it's spawned an angry mob made up of half the population of the United States.
A new policy at NFL stadiums this year limits the size of bags permitted for men and women to bring to the game. Purses are restricted to "small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap." A clutch the size of a hand means you can carry ID, money, one lipstick and an iPhone. Anything more has to be carried in a large clear plastic bag, like the ones you use for liquids to prove to TSA agents you are not an underwear bomber.
Does anyone know a single female out there who can go anywhere for more than 30 minutes with only a hand-sized clutch?
Women fans showing up to NFL preseason games unaware of the new policy have had to go back to their cars to stow their purses. One claimed she had to throw hers away. "If I were a thief, I would show up to a #nfl game. I would say at least 50 percent of all cars will have a purse in it. #ihatefootball," tweeted one woman quoted in USA Today.
Obviously the NFL is run by men unaware that a woman's purse is an extension of herself. Sure, the league says it's about fan safety and moving lines at the entrance along, blah blah blah, but force a woman to leave that 25-pound shoulder suitcase behind, and you might as well cut off her arm while you're at it.
This is bigger than purses. This is about freedom, choice, women's rights. Are you ready for some (political) football?
Fans go through security check points prior to an NFL preseason football game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Tennessee Titans, Saturday, Aug. ...
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Two women have hit YouTube with a hilarious video that makes fun of the new policy by making fun of themselves. They equate the NFL purse ban with Roe v. Wade in "My Purse, My Choice."
How dire is it when you can't take all your belongings into the stadium with you? "You can't see if you have anything in your teeth, because you don't have at least three Sephora mirrors you got with gift cards," complains one woman in the video. (Watch it here.)
The two women, dressed dramatically in black, go on to point out that purses carry items "essential to our freedoms and securing our future." What kind of items? "Gum. My aviators, my tortoise-shell Ray-Bans, my cheap sunglasses. A smaller purse," along with trash, Groupons, a weapon, someone else's smaller purse and my favorite, "17 J. Crew receipts."
As for carrying extras in a large plastic bag, the women dismissed that as "disgusting, because I don't want strangers to see what's in my purse."
Their campaign has only merely started. The two have created a #MyPurseMyChoice hashtag on Twitter. Yet even as they shout into the camera that the NFL should "Come and take it," it's clear as they lift up shoulder bags heavier than most firefighters carry, they were a lot more comfortable without their purses.
Come to think of it, if you can carry a purse heavier than a small Fiat all day around a stadium, why aren't there any women on the offensive line?




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Steelers are back, winning and covering the spread
2010-09-29

Parity is alive and well in the NFL. There are only three undefeated teams remaining and none of them made the playoffs last year. The Steelers, Bears and Chiefs are all 3-0. Meanwhile, bettors at Sportsbook.com have profited nicely on Pittsburgh and KC as each team is also 3-0 against the spread (ATS).a

With the Chiefs on a Week 4 bye, we’ll hold off a week before going in-depth on the team that has been the surprise of the NFL thus far. The Steelers, meanwhile, are an intriguing case because they’ve achieved success without two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Oddsmakers feared the worst when watching the Steelers’ backup passers look dubious this preseason, and even went so far as to make Pittsburgh a home underdog in the season opener against the Falcons. But a strong running game and a bone crushing defense have led the way to their impressive start.

Since Roethlisberger took over as the Steelers’ starting QB as a rookie in 2004, he’s missed 11 starts, including the first three this season. Two of those were Week 17 games when Pittsburgh was already in the playoffs and probably would’ve played Big Ben in a more pressing situation—plus, other key players were given those games off. In the other nine Roethlisberger-less games, the Steelers are now 7-2 ATS and 6-3 SU.

Thus, the trend becomes clear that oddsmakers overreact when Roethlisberger is out. This year has featured three relatively easy covers, with Pittsburgh beating the point spread by an average of 14.5. As talented as Roethlisberger is, the cliché is true: The Steelers are a running and defensive team. With 10 takeaways and 33 points allowed, Pittsburgh’s defense has been nothing short of dominant.

Perhaps the biggest reason the Pittsburgh defense has returned to dominance is the return to health of All-Pro safety Troy Polamalu. Although he started five games in 2009, Polamalu really only had an impact in four being that he left the game with a knee injury while making a tackle on Cincinnati’s first possession of Pittsburgh’s 18-12 loss on Nov. 15. The Steelers went 4-0 SU, 2-2 ATS in those four games with Polamalu; they were an un-Steelers-like 5-7 SU, 3-8-1 ATS when their star safety wasn’t on the field. With Polamalu missing three quarters of last season, Pittsburgh limped to a 5-10-1 ATS record—the Jaguars and Lions were the only other NFL teams with an ATS winning percentage under 35% in 2009.

What happens next? The Steelers are favored by a slim 1.5-point margin this Sunday at home against AFC North rival Baltimore, a team against which they were 1-0-1 ATS last season despite that fact that a) Roethlisberger sat out their first meeting, a three-point overtime road loss for the Steelers, who were getting 7.5 points in that game; and b) Polamalu missed both contests. A more general trend: NFL teams starting 3-0 SU since 2007 are 12-5 (70.6%) ATS in their fourth game. Expect the Steelers to emerge Sunday afternoon as the only NFL team with a 4-0 ATS record to start the season.

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