NFL media is part of our everyday life. We’ve all watched a full week of football at home and then scrambled to the nearest computer, re-watched the highlights, read the articles and took in a wealth of information from sites such as NFL.com and ESPN.
However, with the constant input of media we consume during football season, we occasionally run into the frustration of witnessing a misleading, clumsy piece of journalism, and when it comes from a reputable source, we feel annoyed, even betrayed.
In same cases, a piece of shoddy journalism may even slip through the subconscious itself, and go unnoticed.
Here are examples of five such pieces from Week 6, as well as a handy categorization system to help cope with the suffering.