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2013-09-16 01:26:38 AM
There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League
 
2013-09-16 01:59:02 AM
Bob the Angry Flower is farking sick of subby's shiat.
 
2013-09-16 03:32:17 AM
Fark that.
 
2013-09-16 04:32:06 AM
Give me a farking break.
 
2013-09-16 05:18:58 AM
What the hell is wrong with Goodell?
 
2013-09-16 05:19:01 AM

borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League


Because it's American Football?
 
2013-09-16 05:19:03 AM
 
2013-09-16 06:28:53 AM

doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?


It's better than hockey.
 
2013-09-16 06:32:09 AM
In a rough-tough game where men break bones and can be knocked unconscious by other men....no stinky words please?

Ridiculous.
 
2013-09-16 06:33:03 AM

Abacus9: doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?

It's better than hockey.


BLASPHEMER!!!   DOWN SATAN!
 
2013-09-16 06:48:30 AM

TheBlackFlag: Abacus9: doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?

It's better than hockey.

BLASPHEMER!!!   DOWN SATAN!


cdn.bleacherreport.net
 
2013-09-16 06:48:59 AM

TheBlackFlag: In a rough-tough game where men break bones and can be knocked unconscious by other men....no stinky words please?

Ridiculous.


Maybe once it was. But now a days they are trying to nerf the game to the point that your sainted mother can't be a running back
 
2013-09-16 06:50:20 AM

Raktastic: TheBlackFlag: Abacus9: doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?

It's better than hockey.

BLASPHEMER!!!   DOWN SATAN!

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touche
 
2013-09-16 07:03:25 AM
I rarely watch football anymore, but I had the Broncos game on last night. Mostly open in a background tab with me casually listening in. The on-field mic technology is impressive, as it picks up so many sounds from the gridiron that went unheard in the days when I would tune in more regularly. Including, by my count, about 4,657 instances of "f*ck!". This wasn't shocking. You drop a pass, miss a tackle, lose yardage, give up a first down on 3rd and long, what do you expect people to say? "Gosh darn it"?

I don't get offended when every other player points to their god or prays after a TD, so maybe others shouldn't get offended when every other other player (or sometimes the same) lets slip a "bad" word. You want something to be offended about in the NFL, be offended that it's not commercial breaks from football anymore, it's football breaks from commercials.

F*ck.
 
2013-09-16 07:12:20 AM
Poopmouths!!! The lot of ya!!!
 
2013-09-16 07:21:10 AM

GlobalThunder: Poopmouths!!! The lot of ya!!!


Why'd you do it, Ron?
 
2013-09-16 07:52:13 AM
They make 7 or 8 figures.  F*ck em, those clowns. They can STFU until the game is over.
 
2013-09-16 07:59:16 AM
They could always stop the full facial camera zoom in every tense situation. Not hard to read lips when you zoom in there that far.

/but mom, I was saying 'vacuum', I swear
 
2013-09-16 08:01:04 AM

Abacus9: doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?

It's better than hockey.


Are you on crack? Hockey would never have a place for 350 pounders who serve only to plug holes, or have 60 minute games that average 11 minutes of play time. We're talking about guys who fake hurt for a timeout vs. guys who finish their shift on a broken leg and play entire games with freshly broken ribs.

I love football, but if it weren't for the fact that dumbasses need a large object to follow hockey is a better sport.
 
2013-09-16 08:01:34 AM
Will they fine Colin Kapernick for looking like a c*nt?
 
2013-09-16 08:07:10 AM
When asked for comment, Jay Cutler said "Yeah, well tell the NFL I said fark them!"
 
2013-09-16 08:15:47 AM

Elvis Presleys Death Throne: Abacus9: doglover: borg: There's a farking reason they call it the No Fun League

Because it's American Football?

It's better than hockey.

Are you on crack? Hockey would never have a place for 350 pounders who serve only to plug holes, or have 60 minute games that average 11 minutes of play time. We're talking about guys who fake hurt for a timeout vs. guys who finish their shift on a broken leg and play entire games with freshly broken ribs.

I love football, but if it weren't for the fact that dumbasses need a large object to follow hockey is a better sport.


As much as I agree with you, you'll never win that argument.
 
2013-09-16 08:24:57 AM
 
2013-09-16 08:26:47 AM

coeyagi: They make 7 or 8 figures.  F*ck em, those clowns. They can STFU until the game is over.


"I'm jealous of rich people so they should shut up!"

Yeah good point. Back to the Troll Tab with you.
 
2013-09-16 08:30:40 AM
www.riprense.com
What the fark you talking about?
 
2013-09-16 08:34:12 AM
This is the whole move to make it family friendly, which is just stupid.  It's dudes beating the piss out of each other.

I still have my first ticket to a Redskins game at RFK, I was 10 even though my family had tickets almost 20 years before I was born.   Why?  Because my dad felt that at 10 I was "mature" enough to handle the drunks, the cursing, etc.

Saw my first live pair of tits (on a mature woman) while we were tailgating that day.

Go to games now and hear how "RFK was so much more family friendly".......WTF?  That place was loud and rowdy.   NFL games are not a place for kids that aren't prepared to see people getting drunk and rowdy in the stands, they are not for shielding kids from bone jarring hits or cursing from the players.

If you want that shiat, it's called Baseball and it already exists, go watch that.
 
2013-09-16 08:41:16 AM
If there's anything I can't stand, it's a farking foul-mouth!
 
2013-09-16 08:53:14 AM

DoBeDoBeDo: This is the whole move to make it family friendly, which is just stupid.  It's dudes beating the piss out of each other.

I still have my first ticket to a Redskins game at RFK, I was 10 even though my family had tickets almost 20 years before I was born.   Why?  Because my dad felt that at 10 I was "mature" enough to handle the drunks, the cursing, etc.

Saw my first live pair of tits (on a mature woman) while we were tailgating that day.

Go to games now and hear how "RFK was so much more family friendly".......WTF?  That place was loud and rowdy.   NFL games are not a place for kids that aren't prepared to see people getting drunk and rowdy in the stands, they are not for shielding kids from bone jarring hits or cursing from the players.

If you want that shiat, it's called Baseball and it already exists, go watch that.


RFK was much more fan friendly.  All my friends in the DC area have said the Snyder regime has sucked the life out of the stadium environment.
 
2013-09-16 09:10:40 AM
Well, as you never get tired of saying, it is a business. Musn't offend the clientele, right?
 
2013-09-16 09:14:12 AM
Gotta put those darkies in their place. Wouldn't want to offend the sensibilities of the masta's visitors to the plantation. He's got a reputation to maintain.
 
2013-09-16 09:21:58 AM
Maybe they should start by trying not to employ murderers, gang members and complete all around thugs and boneheads.

THEN worry about Christian values like cursing.

When the number of arrests per week is higher than on air cursing .. you have a much bigger problem to worry about.
 
2013-09-16 09:23:02 AM

DoBeDoBeDo: This is the whole move to make it family friendly, which is just stupid.  It's dudes beating the piss out of each other.

I still have my first ticket to a Redskins game at RFK, I was 10 even though my family had tickets almost 20 years before I was born.   Why?  Because my dad felt that at 10 I was "mature" enough to handle the drunks, the cursing, etc.

Saw my first live pair of tits (on a mature woman) while we were tailgating that day.

Go to games now and hear how "RFK was so much more family friendly".......WTF?  That place was loud and rowdy.   NFL games are not a place for kids that aren't prepared to see people getting drunk and rowdy in the stands, they are not for shielding kids from bone jarring hits or cursing from the players.

If you want that shiat, it's called Baseball and it already exists, go watch that.


ya know i remember growing up in the heydey of the Montana 49ers, the Ditka Bears, the Lawrence Taylor Giants, etc.... that shiat was apparently family friendly, despite teams ramming the shiat out of eachother on carpet... and cussing? oh it's just like they're on a playground... concussions? he's just seeing stars

i think "family friendly" is just an excuse
 
2013-09-16 09:29:17 AM
When are we going to get over the ridiculous notion that some words are acceptable to use and some words aren't?  There is no such thing as a bad word. There is only bad context.  Some words are easier to use in an offensive context than others, but it's still not the words that are offensive, it's the intent and meaning behind them that can be offensive.  I could say something that is demeaning, racist, insulting and downright horrible without using a single bad word. On the flip side, I could say something like "Damn, that farking burger is some good shiat." and though it contains three words that are considered bad, it's a harmless, and mostly positive message.

So let the NFL players say whatever the fark they want.
 
2013-09-16 09:33:34 AM
i881.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-16 09:54:14 AM
Let me just leave this here..................

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlVc_p4xwPw
 
2013-09-16 09:57:52 AM
Studies show that swearing reduces pain levels. Does the NFL really hate the 49ers that much?
 
2013-09-16 10:33:44 AM

beerrun: [www.riprense.com image 300x300]
What the fark you talking about?


Have it your way, beerrun.
 
2013-09-16 10:42:34 AM
It still gonna be okay for coaches? Because some of 'em are worse than any players.
 
2013-09-16 10:45:26 AM
These comments would be a fark of a lot funnier if the farking Fark filter wasn't censoring the motherfarkers.
 
2013-09-16 11:24:54 AM
You can't be serious
www.sabotagetimes.com
 
2013-09-16 11:44:40 AM

UNC_Samurai: DoBeDoBeDo: This is the whole move to make it family friendly, which is just stupid.  It's dudes beating the piss out of each other.

I still have my first ticket to a Redskins game at RFK, I was 10 even though my family had tickets almost 20 years before I was born.   Why?  Because my dad felt that at 10 I was "mature" enough to handle the drunks, the cursing, etc.

Saw my first live pair of tits (on a mature woman) while we were tailgating that day.

Go to games now and hear how "RFK was so much more family friendly".......WTF?  That place was loud and rowdy.   NFL games are not a place for kids that aren't prepared to see people getting drunk and rowdy in the stands, they are not for shielding kids from bone jarring hits or cursing from the players.

If you want that shiat, it's called Baseball and it already exists, go watch that.

RFK was much more fan friendly.  All my friends in the DC area have said the Snyder regime has sucked the life out of the stadium environment.


Yes it was, because they realize the typical fan is a drunk and rowdy 30-50 year old male.  If you didn't start a physical altercation no one cared if you were loud, cussing, and drinking heavily......because everyone else was too!!!!!

No they have to put up stuff on the jumbotrons saying "Get loud!!!"  because they are bringing in yuppies that want to have some wine and cheese while they enjoy some "sporting" and families and shiat like that.   Who, despite the myriad flashing displays, are not going to "get loud".
 
2013-09-16 11:47:39 AM

HaywoodJablonski: GlobalThunder: Poopmouths!!! The lot of ya!!!

Why'd you do it, Ron?


Go fark yourself, San Diego... err nfl
 
2013-09-16 12:08:18 PM
I'D like them to quit stopping the game when it rains.

QUIT TRYING TO MAKE THE NFL MORE LIKE BASEBALL, YOU CHUCKLEF*CKS!!! >:O
 
2013-09-16 12:18:24 PM

Elvis Presleys Death Throne: I love football, but if it weren't for the fact that dumbasses need a large object to follow hockey is a better sport.


Like most winter games, hockey is a rich man's sport. There's less of a following in the US because most people cannot afford to play growing up, and therefore they don't care about it when they get older.

Football, basketball and soccer can all be played quite easily on a playground.

Even buying sticks, a puck/ball and making nets can be pricy for children, let alone teaching them how to skate and buying all of the equipment so they can play on ice.
 
2013-09-16 12:19:17 PM

Captain Steroid: I'D like them to quit stopping the game when it rains.

QUIT TRYING TO MAKE THE NFL MORE LIKE BASEBALL, YOU CHUCKLEF*CKS!!! >:O


When did that happen?
 
2013-09-16 12:20:01 PM

Captain Steroid: I'D like them to quit stopping the game when it rains.

QUIT TRYING TO MAKE THE NFL MORE LIKE BASEBALL, YOU CHUCKLEF*CKS!!! >:O


I believe the lightning was the reason, not the rain.

That being said, there have been a couple of baseball games played in the rain this season and in each case, it would have been better if they had just postponed.  Pitchers can't see the signals, the control of the ball is sometimes iffy when it's wet, outfielders get rain in their eyes when they are looking up for a fly ball, etc.
 
2013-09-16 12:21:51 PM

Twigz221: When are we going to get over the ridiculous notion that some words are acceptable to use and some words aren't?  There is no such thing as a bad word. There is only bad context.  Some words are easier to use in an offensive context than others, but it's still not the words that are offensive, it's the intent and meaning behind them that can be offensive.  I could say something that is demeaning, racist, insulting and downright horrible without using a single bad word. On the flip side, I could say something like "Damn, that farking burger is some good shiat." and though it contains three words that are considered bad, it's a harmless, and mostly positive message.

So let the NFL players say whatever the fark they want.


Agree 100 percent.

And according to TFA, the league's goal is to cut down on such language when directed at opponents (i.e. bad context) not just ban 'bad' words.

As George Carlin would admit, some words are 'heavier' than others. Not 'bad' words, but useful words for conveying some serious thoughts.
 
2013-09-16 12:24:54 PM

degenerate-afro: Captain Steroid: I'D like them to quit stopping the game when it rains.

QUIT TRYING TO MAKE THE NFL MORE LIKE BASEBALL, YOU CHUCKLEF*CKS!!! >:O

I believe the lightning was the reason, not the rain.

That being said, there have been a couple of baseball games played in the rain this season and in each case, it would have been better if they had just postponed.  Pitchers can't see the signals, the control of the ball is sometimes iffy when it's wet, outfielders get rain in their eyes when they are looking up for a fly ball, etc.


But FOOTBALL is designed to be played in conditions short of the friggin' Apocalypse. Rain, snow, eternal darkness because your halftime show blew a fuse in the stadium... Until someone dies on the field, play should continue regardless.
 
2013-09-16 12:25:55 PM

Captain Steroid: degenerate-afro: Captain Steroid: I'D like them to quit stopping the game when it rains.

QUIT TRYING TO MAKE THE NFL MORE LIKE BASEBALL, YOU CHUCKLEF*CKS!!! >:O

I believe the lightning was the reason, not the rain.

That being said, there have been a couple of baseball games played in the rain this season and in each case, it would have been better if they had just postponed.  Pitchers can't see the signals, the control of the ball is sometimes iffy when it's wet, outfielders get rain in their eyes when they are looking up for a fly ball, etc.

But FOOTBALL is designed to be played in conditions short of the friggin' Apocalypse. Rain, snow, eternal darkness because your halftime show blew a fuse in the stadium... Until someone dies on the field, play should continue regardless.


You ever seen what happens when lightning strikes a populated sports field?
 
2013-09-16 12:34:37 PM
Someone should change their name to Frank Unitas Goodell.
 
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