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Joshua Kabat

Joshua Kabat has written 22 posts for The American Citizen's Daily

No Ordinary Joe

Joe Flacco officially became the highest paid player in NFL history Monday as he signed his new 6 year $120.6 million dollar contract.  The deal, like most big contracts, is only guaranteed for about 40% to 50% of the total amount of the contract.  In this case, $52 of the $120.6 is guaranteed.  Within a … Continue reading

Daytona 500 or Danica Patrick Show

I am not a NASCAR fan by any stretch of the imagination but there were some compelling points that came out of this race.  It was great to see that 15 cars finished within 1.6 seconds of the winner.  It was not great seeing James Franco screw up a basic racing command. Yes, dear ole … Continue reading

“One-and-Done”, Should Be Done

“One-and-Done”, Should Be Done I am tired of hearing about this “one-and-done” rule the NBA has as a requirement for admittance into its professional organization.  So what is “One-and-done”?  Well it was a new policy that the NBA adopted in 2005.  It can be found under Article X of the CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement). One … Continue reading

TACD NFL Coach of the Year

JOSHUA KABAT – Just as I thought there was a no-brainer for NFL MVP, I felt the same for Coach of the Year.  My very short list, 2 names, might be different from others, but on the other hand, I was not really impressed by any of the other coaches not on my list.   … Continue reading

​​TACD NFL MVP & Comeback Player of the Year​​​​​​

As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end”.  Yet, football for me is the only sport that I miss from the last play of the Super Bowl till the NFL Draft, till training camp opens, till ultimately the NFL regular season starts again.  From Drew Brees breaking the record for most … Continue reading

TACD NFL MVP & Comeback Player of the Year

JOSHUA KABAT – As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an end”.  Yet, football for me is the only sport that I miss from the last play of the Super Bowl till the NFL Draft, till training camp opens, till ultimately the NFL regular season starts again.  From Drew Brees breaking the … Continue reading

TACD NFL Rookie of the Year Award​​​​​

JOSHUA KABAT – 2012 proved to be one of the best drafts for talent in a long time. It was tough but I narrowed the contenders down to three. This year was the best quarterback class since 1984. Although it is still way too early to tell, over time, this class might pan out to … Continue reading

Ray Lewis Says Goodbye​​​​

The National Football League will be minus a great player.  Wednesday Ray Lewis announced to his teammates that this would be his “last ride”.  So, after this playoff run is over, his football career will be as well.  To me Ray Lewis optimized what talking the talk and walking the walk meant. Ray was the … Continue reading

Marcus Allen

I enjoy watching the series “A Football Life” on NFL Network.  Marcus Allen happened to be the player that was profiled.  I hate to admit this but even I, a life-long Raiders fan, had almost forgotten about the greatest player in Raiders history. It all started at Lincoln High school in San Diego.  He played … Continue reading

J-E-T-S, No QB, No Playoffs​​​

The New York Jets were officially eliminated from postseason contention after their 14-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans last Monday night in Nashville.  I find this funny because the Jets offense is only offensive.  Outside of the Cardinals or the Jaguars, the Jets are the worst offense in the NFL.  Before the season started, their … Continue reading

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