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(The Nation)   "...save your tears for the fans, because this annual NFL colon cleanse should not blind us to a blaring truth"   (thenation.com) divider line 10
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2013-12-31 12:26:02 PM
The bit about the Browns firing Chud first, which was the first time the Browns were first at anything for a long time, made me LOL.


/first
 
2013-12-31 12:30:35 PM

Bunny Deville: The bit about the Browns firing Chud first, which was the first time the Browns were first at anything for a long time, made me LOL.


If they ignore Kubiak, then sure.
 
2013-12-31 12:39:54 PM
The Washington City Paper's long screed, collecting all the myriad sins of Dan Snyder, is still a must-read.

You know it's getting bad (hell, way *past* bad) when a Dallas Cowboys fan reads that article and comments to all the Washington fans, 'Dude, I feel sorry for you.  I had no idea!'  Snyder's subjecting of his team's fans to that embarrassment is pain that will not soon be forgotten.
 
2013-12-31 01:02:58 PM
FTFA: "[When Aaron Rodgers got hurt, they benched him...] and Rodgers returned for the team's last game, sneaking a suddenly dangerous Packers team into the playoffs. If Dan Snyder owned the Packers, he would just have had Rodgers stuffed and mounted in his living room wearing a knitted sweater that read, "Friends 4ever started Rodgers anyway with his coach asserting he was just fine, until his whole arm fell off."

There, fixed that.

Yeah, some owners are crappy owners, but not because they have borderline-questionable team names or past transgressions. They're crappy because they try to be both owner and GM.

(And making teams into municipal property isn't necessarily going to solve that problem.)
 
2013-12-31 01:15:25 PM
Cowboys have a great owner, arguably best in the league.  It's their GM who has his head up his ass.
 
2013-12-31 01:19:33 PM

Lt. Cheese Weasel: Cowboys have a great owner, arguably best in the league.  It's their GM who has his head up his ass.


And I saw with my own eyes that owner say he would fire the GM if he could.
 
2013-12-31 01:19:51 PM
The only thing that has remained constant throughout the 50+ years of Detroit being terrible is the ownership.
 
2013-12-31 02:17:30 PM
Yes, what purpose do owners serve? They're just 1%ers who are holding the 99% fans down.

Everything would clearly be better if the teams were owned communally perhaps even by the government. To each team according to his need, from each team according to his ability. Oh Cleveland, you're clearly in need and the Broncos have too many good players, it's just not fair. Every team must be equally talented and perform exactly the same, and wear the same drab brown uniforms right Comrade article writer from bleeding heart Internet rag?

/Jesus, how do you turn the easiest article to write every year (the Browns, Cowboys, and Redskins have shiatty owners) into that crap?
//be honest, how many of you plopped down $10 for an Internet subscription to keep the Koch brothers from silencing him?
 
2013-12-31 04:54:12 PM
Article was crap as soon as it danced around redskins

It's just a word people
 
2013-12-31 05:02:20 PM

aaronx: The only thing that has remained constant throughout the 50+ years of Detroit being terrible is the ownership.


My tinfoil-hat theory is that the Ford family keeps the Lions nice and crappy so that FoMoCo's various salaried employees (among which alumni of bitter college football rivals Michigan and Michigan State are heavily represented) have something to agree on during football season, thus soothing potential employee conflicts and improving productivity.
 
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