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2011-12-30 09:57:44 AM  
Even the Taiwanese are pointing and laughing at the NFC East this year. Too funny.

Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?
 
2011-12-30 10:22:17 AM  
Duh.
 
2011-12-30 10:23:39 AM  

Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?


Well, to be fair, at least whoever wins the NFC East won't have a losing record.
 
2011-12-30 10:24:43 AM  

Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?


NFC East winner will have a winning record, which is more than any team from the NFC West last year can say. I think they were arguing that at least a .500 record should be necessary.
 
2011-12-30 10:24:47 AM  
Even the Taiwanese know Dan Snyder sucks. I'm impressed.
 
2011-12-30 10:26:26 AM  

Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?


Yes, because a below average 9-7 team making the playoffs is EXACTLY the same as a below average 7-9 team making the playoffs. Good observation.
 
2011-12-30 10:29:20 AM  
Jerry Jones is the new Al Davis.

Until he learns to stay in the owners, box the Cowboys will forever be mediocre at best. Promoting the offensive coordinator who's first and last option was to "pitch it to choice" doesn't help either. Keeping a 40 year old backup quarterback to backup a starting quarterback whos top three recievers are: Jason Witten, Jason Witten, and Jason Witten's back wont get you out of the first round.
 
2011-12-30 10:30:12 AM  

NEDM: Even the Taiwanese know Dan Snyder sucks. I'm impressed.


A thousand times THIS.

I love the Redskins, but hate Lil' Danny Snyder.
 
2011-12-30 10:30:37 AM  
Or Tony Romo prevents an assassination.

/and discover Jessica Simpson is a mole for the Eagles
 
2011-12-30 10:31:13 AM  
Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.
 
2011-12-30 10:37:09 AM  
Tony Romo must have some Penn state type photos of Jerry Jones because Jones should have fired him 2 years ago.

I wish they would have added the ghost of Tom Landry turning Jones away at the gates of Heaven and kicking his ass off the clouds straight to Hell.
 
2011-12-30 10:37:33 AM  

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.


The problem with this plan is that Dallas fans hate Jerry. They tolerated him when Jimmy Johnson was winning Superbowls, but that's all. They will never love Jerry. Ever.
 
2011-12-30 10:37:50 AM  

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.


I can't think of a single person that I know that actually likes JJ. Cowboy's fans hate him more than everyone else does.
 
2011-12-30 10:38:16 AM  
January Jones is dead?

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2011-12-30 10:38:28 AM  
How come these unfunny, crappy animations keep getting greenlit?
 
2011-12-30 10:38:35 AM  

Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?


They were talking about a LOSING team, not an "inferior team." You're either a liar or an amnesiac, take your pick.
 
2011-12-30 10:41:24 AM  
You can hear him grind his teeth through the T.V.
 
2011-12-30 10:46:15 AM  
Ha...NFC Least. I love captioning typos.
 
2011-12-30 10:46:17 AM  
I didn't think that the NFL was popular in Japan ...
 
2011-12-30 10:48:14 AM  

Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?



i was feverishly praying for Philly to capture the East for that reason, sicne they would have gone with an 8-8 record. alas, Big Blue shiat in my cereal.

but yeah, as regulars on the NFL threads can attest to, i was making the same point. all the derp about rule changes (i.e., "the winning team should only make the playoffs if they have at least 9 or 10 wins", "if a wild card team has more wins than a conference champ *cough cough, NFC West* then THAT TEAM should host the first round game), i was saying, "relax, settle down, one year your conference will be the weak sister limping in with 9 wins, settle the fark down."


I'm hoping the Donkos or Raiders advance, by hook or by crook. as for the NFC, I think....ehhhh.......I guess SFO. Everyone seems to penciling in GB / Pats but that would be boring. I'd prefer to see the Tebowgasm or get beaten over the head with the incessant "AL DAVIS IS THE TWELFTH MAN ON THE FIELD!" crap you just know ESPN would force down our throats.
 
2011-12-30 10:49:25 AM  

Iceberg659: Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?

Yes, because a below average 9-7 team making the playoffs is EXACTLY the same as a below average 7-9 team making the playoffs. Good observation.


A 9-7 team is above average.
 
2011-12-30 10:49:28 AM  

akuma976: Jerry JonesDan Snyder is the new Al Davis.

Until he learns to stay in the owners, box the CowboysRedskins will forever be mediocre at best. Promoting the offensive coordinator who's first and last option was to "pitch it to choice"Rehiring a coach who was out of football and more worried about NASCAR for a dozen years doesn't help either. Keeping a 40 year old backup quarterback to backup a starting quarterback whos top three recievers are: Jason Witten, Jason Witten, and Jason Witten'sChris Cooley, Chris Cooley, and Chris Cooley's back wont get you out of the first round.into the playoffs.

 
2011-12-30 10:50:32 AM  

Lonewolf45100: How come these unfunny, crappy animations keep getting greenlit?


Because they're funny.

If you don't like them, don't go to them.
 
2011-12-30 10:50:42 AM  
From your lips to God's ears, subby.
 
2011-12-30 10:52:18 AM  

rickythepenguin: "relax, settle down, one year your conference will be the weak sister limping in with 9 7 wins, settle the fark down."


Edited to reflect the reality of the thing that people were actually complaining about.
 
2011-12-30 10:53:52 AM  

rickythepenguin: Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?


i was feverishly praying for Philly to capture the East for that reason, sicne they would have gone with an 8-8 record. alas, Big Blue shiat in my cereal.

but yeah, as regulars on the NFL threads can attest to, i was making the same point. all the derp about rule changes (i.e., "the winning team should only make the playoffs if they have at least 9 or 10 wins", "if a wild card team has more wins than a conference champ *cough cough, NFC West* then THAT TEAM should host the first round game), i was saying, "relax, settle down, one year your conference will be the weak sister limping in with 9 wins, settle the fark down."


If my team limped in with 8 or 9 wins and hosted a 10 or 11 win team, I'd think that was ridiculous.
 
2011-12-30 10:53:56 AM  

SueDisco: Ha...NFC Least. I love captioning typos.


I'm pretty sure that was intentional. And hilarious.
 
2011-12-30 10:56:02 AM  

JammerJim: Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.

The problem with this plan is that Dallas fans hate Jerry. They tolerated him when Jimmy Johnson was winning Superbowls, but that's all. They will never love Jerry. Ever.


I hate this, but... THIS!

I have been a Cowboys fan my entire life, from Dandy Don on. I had Tony Dorsett and Calvin Hill underwear and socks. I hate Jerry Jones more than the "this" meme. Jimmy Johnson was the only coach to keep him in check and you see where that got him. Be an owner, sit back and hire a good management team. Collect the cash, sit in the box, get plastered. Stay off the field unless its for celebratory or trophy acceptance purposes (playoffs on only).
 
2011-12-30 10:56:24 AM  

merkey88: akuma976: Jerry JonesDan Snyder is the new Al Davis.

Until he learns to stay in the owners, box the CowboysRedskins will forever be mediocre at best. Promoting the offensive coordinator who's first and last option was to "pitch it to choice"Rehiring a coach who was out of football and more worried about NASCAR for a dozen years doesn't help either. Keeping a 40 year old backup quarterback to backup a starting quarterback whos top three recievers are: Jason Witten, Jason Witten, and Jason Witten'sChris Cooley, Chris Cooley, and Chris Cooley's back wont get you out of the first round.into the playoffs.


This
 
2011-12-30 10:57:59 AM  
Alls I know is the Bidwills make Jerry Jones look good. Real good.
 
2011-12-30 10:59:14 AM  

PunchDrunkPanda: I think they were arguing that at least a .500 record should be necessary.



there was talk about that......but people also were mad years before. like when Arizona hosted a playoff game at 9-7, while Atlanta (WC) had i think 11. then the next year when 10-6 arizona hosted 11-5 or perhaps 12-4 Vikings folks were upset about that.

last year's Seattle / Saints was the high water mark of folks bleating about a rule change. and of course, the Trollhawks, for all their regular season ineptitude, all they did was win the freaking game.

eh. football's so great.
 
2011-12-30 10:59:57 AM  
they said the same crap about Al Davis. get rid of limp wristed Romo, and they would have a chance......

//yes, i'm serious
 
2011-12-30 11:01:53 AM  

lajotu: Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?

Well, to be fair, at least whoever wins the NFC East won't have a losing record.


Right, but half or more of these guys were mouthing off that 8-8 or 9-7 shouldn't "be allowed" to get in either.

Plus, at least the Seahawks won their home playoff. We'll see if whatever wins the lEast can manage to do that.
 
2011-12-30 11:04:27 AM  

meanmutton: If my team limped in with 8 or 9 wins and hosted a 10 or 11 win team, I'd think that was ridiculous.



as people did as i said above.

and it will happen again. detroit is sitting on 10 wins, Atl sitting on 9. the best the East will do is 9. so a 9-7 team will host a team with a better record if either Det or ATL wins. shiat happens.

has "OH YEAH? well add up your conference's aggregate win totals! that's what i htough, biatch!" guy or "oh yeah, well how many super bowls does your conference have? that's what i thought, biatch!" guy shown up yet?
 
2011-12-30 11:04:47 AM  

kronicfeld: Generation_D: Where's all those punk ESPN pundits arguing that the playoffs need to be redone to prevent inferior teams from getting in? We heard from all you guys last year, what happened?

They were talking about a LOSING team, not an "inferior team." You're either a liar or an amnesiac, take your pick.


Plenty of the pundits wanted the current playoff format scrapped, and "10 wins or more" as the new requirement. What selective memories you east coast fans have. I just think its funny Taiwan is mocking your mediocrity, its worldwide. And the Hawks did win their playoff game at home, it wasn't like they were total failures. They "deserved" to be in as much as the 9-7 NFC east winner "deserves" to be in this year. So either be consistent with complaining the format should be changed, or else admit you only biatch when its not east coast teams profiting under it.
 
2011-12-30 11:07:45 AM  

Lonewolf45100: How come these unfunny, crappy animations keep getting greenlit?


It i$ one of the my$terie$ of Fark.
 
2011-12-30 11:08:39 AM  
also, nice jearb, Foxsports, showing STL 7 games behind in your "wild card tracker".

Maybe STL can shock the world an win EIGHT GAMES ON SUNDAY TO WIN A WILD CARD SLOT THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN CLINCHED BY DETROIT AND ATLANTA.
 
2011-12-30 11:09:39 AM  

rickythepenguin: there was talk about that......but people also were mad years before. like when Arizona hosted a playoff game at 9-7, while Atlanta (WC) had i think 11. then the next year when 10-6 arizona hosted 11-5 or perhaps 12-4 Vikings folks were upset about that.


I still like the idea Simmons/Cousin Sal proposed, along the lines of 1st round BYE recipients and/or HFA holders get to choose their opponents in the next round. Sort of calling-them-out.

Not that the NFL has any incentive to change anything, it's an unobtanium goose, but would be nice to shake something up.
 
2011-12-30 11:10:19 AM  

Generation_D: Plenty of the pundits wanted the current playoff format scrapped, and "10 wins or more" as the new requirement.


Bull. The complaint was a losing team getting in over multiple 10-win teams. Rewrite history all you want, but that was the issue for the vast, overwhelming majority of fans and "pundits." I'm sure there are a few out there who meet your recollection, but overall it was the NBA (or, worse, college bowl)-quality rule that lets shiatty-ass, losing teams into the playoff hunt and lets them luck-box a win or three. If we're going to do that, let's just let the entire league in, because, hey, the Colts COULD upset someone and prove that they "deserved" to be there.
 
2011-12-30 11:15:26 AM  

Calehedron: JammerJim: Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.

The problem with this plan is that Dallas fans hate Jerry. They tolerated him when Jimmy Johnson was winning Superbowls, but that's all. They will never love Jerry. Ever.

I hate this, but... THIS!

I have been a Cowboys fan my entire life, from Dandy Don on. I had Tony Dorsett and Calvin Hill underwear and socks. I hate Jerry Jones more than the "this" meme. Jimmy Johnson was the only coach to keep him in check and you see where that got him. Be an owner, sit back and hire a good management team. Collect the cash, sit in the box, get plastered. Stay off the field unless its for celebratory or trophy acceptance purposes (playoffs on only).


JammerJim: Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Jerry Jones can't die, he needs to take over for Al Davis as the crazy old bastard of the NFL that everyone rips on but fans of his team love. Only instead of saggy old skin and track suits, he's covered in too-tight plastic surgery skin and redneck haute couture.

The problem with this plan is that Dallas fans hate Jerry. They tolerated him when Jimmy Johnson was winning Superbowls, but that's all. They will never love Jerry. Ever.


Dont say that too loud. The "real cowboys fans" on this site will be all over your ass questioning your manhood if you dont like something about the cowboys/jerry jones.
 
2011-12-30 11:20:48 AM  
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kronicfeld: They were talking about a LOSING team, not an "inferior team." You're either a liar or an amnesiac, take your pick.


actual pic of kronicfeld


PunchDrunkPanda:
I still like the idea Simmons/Cousin Sal proposed, along the lines of 1st round BYE recipients and/or HFA holders get to choose their opponents in the next round. Sort of calling-them-out.

yeah, that was a cool idea. that would be AWESOME.


kronicfeld: The complaint was a losing team getting in over multiple 10-win teams.


that was part of the argument, but there were also folks mad that they had to travel despite winning more games.
 
2011-12-30 11:23:08 AM  

rickythepenguin: well add up your conference's aggregate win totals! that's what i htough, biatch!" guy or "oh yeah, well how many super bowls does your conference have? that's what i thought, biatch!"


division
 
2011-12-30 11:26:24 AM  
Wait! People still watch American football? Why?

/American
//Still think it is a dumb game
///I do appreciate the Super Bowl if for no other reason than I can go for a bike ride without all the a$$h0le car drivers on the road. Thanks, NFL!
////We should have a Super Bowl ever farking day, AFAIAC.
 
2011-12-30 11:30:08 AM  

dj1s: People still watch American football?


If that is a legitimate question, please go back under the rock you live under.
 
2011-12-30 11:36:52 AM  

dj1s: Wait! People still watch American football? Why?

/American
//Still think it is a dumb game
///I do appreciate the Super Bowl if for no other reason than I can go for a bike ride without all the a$$h0le car drivers on the road. Thanks, NFL!
////We should have a Super Bowl ever farking day, AFAIAC.


You won't find any comments from me in the Politics tab. Because when I say I don't care about politics, I actually mean it.
 
2011-12-30 11:37:25 AM  
*looks around*

Jerry might be part of the problem, not the main one, high prices of everything are driving people away from the stadium. I don't think it's the team but decision making maybe the biggest factor of this situation.
 
2011-12-30 11:38:15 AM  
I don't see how you can keep a division winner out of the playoffs. Deny them home field? Maybe.
 
2011-12-30 11:39:40 AM  

kronicfeld: Generation_D: Plenty of the pundits wanted the current playoff format scrapped, and "10 wins or more" as the new requirement.

Bull. The complaint was a losing team getting in over multiple 10-win teams. Rewrite history all you want, but that was the issue for the vast, overwhelming majority of fans and "pundits." I'm sure there are a few out there who meet your recollection, but overall it was the NBA (or, worse, college bowl)-quality rule that lets shiatty-ass, losing teams into the playoff hunt and lets them luck-box a win or three. If we're going to do that, let's just let the entire league in, because, hey, the Colts COULD upset someone and prove that they "deserved" to be there.


But that wasnt the argument being made, the argument being made was scrap the current playoff format because "undeserving" 7-9 Seattle got in.

Either the format is legit, or plenty of other undeservings have gotten in, including whatever mediocrity comes out of the NFC East this year.

7 wins or 9, it really doesn't make a ton of difference, either you want to realign the playoffs without divisions being a factor and use total wins instead, or you must accept that whoever WINS THEIR DIVISION is legit. Period. You can't cherry pick and say oh, but Seattle can't be in because .... and then 180 pivot on your swivel chair and say "Buuuuut New York deserves because..."

Its either the format sucks or it doesn't. Last year, the punditry of ESPN and elsewhere said the format sucked. Why? because look at those embarrassing pathetic Seahawks, not deserving to get in even though *by the rules everyone agreed to play by they won* ... It was all about how we had to change the rules.

Now this year with no rules change, and *another mediocrity about to enter the playoffs* ... we get not only silence, but ... hey, it happens, just another year, some year there's always a low-win team that gets in.

Can't have it both ways. I don't see a big diff 7 wins or 9, if its a division winner it qualifies. Or you change the rules. But for some reason, and I suspect its because its NEW YORK OR DALLAS OR AN EAST COAST TEAM .. we hear nada, all we hear is how great the game this sunday will be.

Forgetting last year we had a similar battle between the Rams and Hawks, winner qualifies. Nobody suggested it was an Instant classic, but .. it was exactly like this weekend Giants/Cowboys will be ... minus all the east coast hype, of course.
 
2011-12-30 11:47:59 AM  

Generation_D: Now this year with no rules change, and *another mediocrity about to enter the playoffs* ... we get not only silence, but ... hey, it happens, just another year, some year there's always a low-win team that gets in.

Can't have it both ways. I don't see a big diff 7 wins or 9, if its a division ...


Everyone else in the world does see a big difference between 7 and 9 wins. There's going to be a 9 (or maybe 8) win playoff team from the AFC West this year too, and people aren't complaining about that as much as Seattle last year either. Sub .500 teams hosting playoff games is a different thing. This isn't an east coast bias thing.

As mediocre as the AFC West and NFC East are this year, they're going to have at least 4, and maybe 6, teams with better records than the Seahawks had last year.
 
2011-12-30 11:49:20 AM  

eddievercetti: *looks around*

Jerry might be part of the problem, not the main one, high prices of everything are driving people away from the stadium. I don't think it's the team but decision making maybe the biggest factor of this situation.


Although attendance is down, it is still league leading and some attribute the numbers to the caliber of opponents this year.

2011 - 85,036 average per game
Dec. 11 - 92,952

Still pretty good numbers.

/jj does suck though
 
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