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PFT on NBC Sports Network covers Black Monday


It’s the final Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network for 2012 and we’ve got plenty to talk about.

Black Monday has claimed seven head coaches and five General Managers around the league and we’ll tell you all about those decisions and the people who are in play to replace them. Mike Florio and Peter King will have all the latest about the new openings and any updates on decisions still waiting to be made.

There will also be a look back at the final weekend of the regular season and a look ahead to the start of the postseason.

It’s all getting started on NBC Sports Network at 5 p.m. ET.

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4 Responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network covers Black Monday”
  1. dalucks says: Dec 31, 2012 5:20 PM

    Why do you call it “Black Monday” when coaches lose their jobs. “Black Friday” is a huge retail day of making money. “Operating in the Black” means your company is turning a profit. It should be called “Pink Slip Monday” for the coaches and general managers who are kicked out of the building. That would be politically correct.

  2. Mike Florio says: Dec 31, 2012 5:46 PM

    “Black Friday” originated as a negative term among the employees who have to deal with the day-after-Thanksgiving shoppers, and the marketing foofs at some point transmogrified into something positive. It’s not.

  3. dalucks says: Dec 31, 2012 5:55 PM

    Thanks for answering my question.
    “Black” is still positive term as it is used to describe the generation of income or money. I would think “pink” would be a better color of choice for today. The slip is pink.
    Also, as a Texan fan, thanks for admitting what I have always known. Matt Schaub is not an elite quarterback and Gary Kubiak is not an elite head coach.

  4. ytownjoe says: Dec 31, 2012 5:59 PM

    Black Friday is also the day the stock market crashed. Not something good.

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