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(Fox News)   Sports Jeopardy coming this fall, to be hosted by Dan Patrick. Early reports say that the majority of the clues can be answered with the phrase "PACKERS... WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOO"   (foxnews.com) divider line 53
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2014-05-01 08:56:06 AM
www.gamefabrique.com

I prefer SPORT GEE-OP-ERTY!
 
2014-05-01 09:56:41 AM
That should be phrased in the form of a question, subby
 
2014-05-01 10:06:29 AM
(insert Darren Sharper/Therapists joke here)
 
2014-05-01 10:09:01 AM
Like Jeopardy!, but not a fan of Dan Patrick.
 
2014-05-01 10:13:57 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: That should be phrased in the form of a question, subby


"Packers...Super Bowl?"
 
2014-05-01 10:19:23 AM
They tried this already. It sucked.
 
2014-05-01 10:28:17 AM
Your mother's a whore.
 
2014-05-01 10:43:51 AM
You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.
 
2014-05-01 10:48:53 AM
Daily double double
 
2014-05-01 10:54:53 AM
Just kudos for the MST3K headline.
/made my morning after the Flyers loss last night
 
2014-05-01 10:58:33 AM
The show will be dedicated to the memory of Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch.
 
2014-05-01 11:03:00 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: That should be phrased in the form of a question, subby


What is 'that should be phrased in the form of a question, subby'?
 
2014-05-01 11:17:50 AM
Wait, so packer fans are owls?

I'm confused.

/believe you are looking for WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
//NOT "WHO"
 
2014-05-01 11:34:31 AM
Hosted by Dan Rydell would be better (even though I think Patrick is funny and affable enough to make it work).

// pretty sure Rydell was based on Patrick anyway
 
2014-05-01 11:40:34 AM

Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.


Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.
 
2014-05-01 11:58:54 AM

Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.



And hockey.

/Yeah....pucks aren't balls, but it would be awesome...and deadly.
 
2014-05-01 12:00:55 PM

Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.


Not too many takers in the combined shooting sports/biathlon category.

/ Who is Matt Emmons?
// Ouch!
 
2014-05-01 12:37:30 PM

Twonk: MaudlinMutantMollusk: That should be phrased in the form of a question, subby

"Packers...Super Bowl?"


"Packers... Whoooooooo?"

"What would you say to The Packers?   Whoooooo!"

"Is it the Packers?  Whooooo!"
 
2014-05-01 12:43:31 PM

Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.


And pray one of the categories aren't darts or javelin throw.
 
2014-05-01 01:07:34 PM

Agatha Crispy: Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.

And pray one of the categories aren't darts or javelin throw.


"Who won the 1972 Daytona 500?"

Oh crap!
 
2014-05-01 01:25:51 PM

dletter: Agatha Crispy: Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.

And pray one of the categories aren't darts or javelin throw.

"Who won the 1972 Daytona 500?"

Oh crap!


If it's a Daytona 500 between 1970 and 1981, the most likely answer is usually Richard Petty.
 
2014-05-01 01:30:23 PM

Dr Dreidel: Hosted by Dan Rydell would be better (even though I think Patrick is funny and affable enough to make it work).

// pretty sure Rydell was based on Patrick anyway


Bobby Bernstein wouldn't be bad either.
 
2014-05-01 01:32:45 PM

FirstNationalBastard: dletter: Agatha Crispy: Cubs300: Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.

Dear lord, the bowling and golf categories would suck.

And pray one of the categories aren't darts or javelin throw.

"Who won the 1972 Daytona 500?"

Oh crap!

If it's a Daytona 500 between 1970 and 1981, the most likely answer is usually Richard Petty.


Sorry.... A.J. Foyt.... here comes the stockcar now....
 
2014-05-01 01:50:46 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: Wait, so packer fans are owls?

I'm confused.

/believe you are looking for WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
//NOT "WHO"


www.obsessedwithwrestling.com
 
2014-05-01 02:01:46 PM
Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs.
///GO PACKERS!
 
2014-05-01 02:30:13 PM

fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!


Updated for relevancy.
 
2014-05-01 02:46:57 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: That should be phrased in the form of a question, subby


What are you, a dumbass?

/Beavis and Butthead
 
2014-05-01 02:48:44 PM
 
2014-05-01 02:49:05 PM
Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.
 
2014-05-01 02:50:15 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.



A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


pbs.twimg.com
 
2014-05-01 03:12:40 PM
I still miss:

upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-05-01 03:30:06 PM

fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]


roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.


My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.
 
2014-05-01 03:36:26 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]

roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.

My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.


By your logic the Yankees have been champs only 7 times, since 20 were won before 1967.
 
2014-05-01 03:58:44 PM
img3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-05-01 04:02:06 PM
I hope they have one category a game on a non-sports topic, like English Lit or Biology, just so the contestants can look as stupid as the contestants on Jeopardy when they have a sports category
 
2014-05-01 05:03:14 PM

OtherLittleGuy: I still miss:

[upload.wikimedia.org image 159x200]


Agreed, that was a pretty good gameshow
 
2014-05-01 05:14:29 PM

fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]

roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.

My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.

By your logic the Yankees have been champs only 7 times, since 20 were won before 1967.


I actually kind of like that math. Good job jim. Keep at it, like a Viking qb coach
 
2014-05-01 05:25:40 PM

Bermuda59: I hope they have one category a game on a non-sports topic, like English Lit or Biology, just so the contestants can look as stupid as the contestants on Jeopardy when they have a sports category


And they could include an "Entertainment" category with professional wrestling questions.
 
2014-05-01 05:28:29 PM

fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]

roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.

My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.

By your logic the Yankees have been champs only 7 times, since 20 were won before 1967.


I don't claim to be a baseball wonk. Seems more intractice to me since techincially they've called it a world series forever. They didn;t have seperate championships after.... *heads off to Wiki* ...1903. I mean you had 2 groups playing each other from that point on.

Whearas everything before the NFL-AFL merger (you know, football as we actually know it) was for a seperate league then what we have now.

I am not saying the wins don't exsist. I am saying "who gives a bleep what you did in a format that is over 40+ years removed from exsisting?"

Hell, if you want to continue to act like they matter, you certainly can;t use the empty Vikings trophy case pictures since the Vikings won one too. Since I think you should stop pointing out shiat that hasn;t matter for 40+ years, I don;t get to include it either.
 
2014-05-01 07:16:19 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]

roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.

My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.

By your logic the Yankees have been champs only 7 times, since 20 were won before 1967.

I don't claim to be a baseball wonk. Seems more intractice to me since techincially they've called it a world series forever. They didn;t have seperate championships after.... *heads off to Wiki* ...1903. I mean you had 2 groups playing each other from that point on.

Whearas everything before the NFL-AFL merger (you know, football as we actually know it) was for a seperate league then what we have now.

I am not saying the wins don't exsist. I am saying "who gives a bleep what you did in a format that is over 40+ years removed from exsisting?"

Hell, if you want to continue to act like they matter, you certainly can;t use the empty Vikings trophy case pictures since the Vikings won one too. Since I think you should stop pointing out shiat that hasn;t matter for 40+ years, I don;t get to include it either.


Its also sort of a marketing thing.  Once the merger happened in the NFL, and eventually the Super Bowl was created... the NFL really wants the Super Bowl to be "The Only Thing That Matters".  They barely recognize the "NFL champions" before the merger.  In their mind, for example, the Bears have "one ring"... but in reality they have (I think) 9 championships.
 
2014-05-01 09:03:23 PM

downstairs: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


A Viqueens fan mentioning relevancy--that's rich.


[pbs.twimg.com image 570x570]

roc6783: Jim, please point to your trophy case, then go back to your frozen hole.

My lack of trophys doesn't make your non Superbowl wins anymore relevant.

By your logic the Yankees have been champs only 7 times, since 20 were won before 1967.

I don't claim to be a baseball wonk. Seems more intractice to me since techincially they've called it a world series forever. They didn;t have seperate championships after.... *heads off to Wiki* ...1903. I mean you had 2 groups playing each other from that point on.

Whearas everything before the NFL-AFL merger (you know, football as we actually know it) was for a seperate league then what we have now.

I am not saying the wins don't exsist. I am saying "who gives a bleep what you did in a format that is over 40+ years removed from exsisting?"

Hell, if you want to continue to act like they matter, you certainly can;t use the empty Vikings trophy case pictures since the Vikings won one too. Since I think you should stop pointing out shiat that hasn;t matter for 40+ years, I don;t get to include it either.

Its also sort of a marketing thing.  Once the merger happened in the NFL, and eventually the Super Bowl was created... the NFL really wants the Super Bowl to be "The Only Thing That Matters".  They barely recognize the "NFL champions" before the merger.  In their mind, for example, the Bears have "one ring"... but in reality they have (I think) 9 championships.


...are you saying one ring rules them all?
 
2014-05-01 09:58:10 PM
Jim, you know that I just like to give you crap because you are the only Vikings fan I know of that isn't a complete moron. I only bring out the 13 when Steelers fans get uppity, since yes, the Super Bowls are more relevant, but not the only championships counted.
 
2014-05-01 10:05:17 PM

machoprogrammer:


Flair wearing the NWA Missouri Heavyweight Championship there... nice.
 
2014-05-02 12:03:53 AM

roc6783: Jim, you know that I just like to give you crap because you are the only Vikings fan I know of that isn't a complete moron. I only bring out the 13 when Steelers fans get uppity, since yes, the Super Bowls are more relevant, but not the only championships counted.


Jesus, how many of us do you know of?
 
2014-05-02 01:12:42 AM

Guelph35: You know what would make for great television?

A sports quiz show where one of the rounds focused on one "ball" sport, and if the contestant got a question wrong, a ball from that sport would be fired at the contestant at high speed.  The ball could come from any direction so the contestant would be less likely to be able to block or avoid the ball.

"Who was the last NBA player to score 80 points in a game?"
"Michael Jordan?"
"BZZT!"
*basketball hits contestant in the crotch*

Contestants would continue until they don't want to risk getting hit with any more balls.


I would like to subscribe to your newsletter, please.
 
2014-05-02 01:12:44 AM

This Looks Fun: roc6783: Jim, you know that I just like to give you crap because you are the only Vikings fan I know of that isn't a complete moron. I only bring out the 13 when Steelers fans get uppity, since yes, the Super Bowls are more relevant, but not the only championships counted.

Jesus, how many of us do you know of?


Sorry, cheesehead-like typing
 
2014-05-02 01:15:57 AM

fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs.
///GO PACKERS!


haha. You have been favorited for a while, now. Because WOOOOOOOOOOO PACKERS!
 
2014-05-02 01:19:44 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.


Oh gawd.
I hear this all the time from the farking San Francisco Santa Clara whiners fans.
A championship is a championship..... ya crybabies who want to diminish the legacy of the Pack.
 
2014-05-02 09:14:29 AM

no clever name here just move along: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.

Oh gawd.
I hear this all the time from the farking San Francisco Santa Clara whiners fans.
A championship is a championship..... ya crybabies who want to diminish the legacy of the Pack.


Then you just make sure to NEVER joke or post about the Vikings never having won a title. (emptytrophycase.jpeg). Because you are wrong. We have one of your irrelevant "championships".
 
2014-05-02 09:31:33 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: no clever name here just move along: Jim from Saint Paul: fickenchucker: Proven fact:

Every Packers "loss" has been part of a long-term marketing plan to benefit the NFL.

It would be boring to have them win the championship every year and have all the other fans interest.

/You're welcome, football fans.
//13-time champs. 4 Superb Owls
///GO PACKERS!

Updated for relevancy.

Oh gawd.
I hear this all the time from the farking San Francisco Santa Clara whiners fans.
A championship is a championship..... ya crybabies who want to diminish the legacy of the Pack.

Then you just make sure to NEVER joke or post about the Vikings never having won a title. (emptytrophycase.jpeg). Because you are wrong. We have one of your irrelevant "championships".


They are irrelevant because they have nothing to do with the last 40 years of football, just to be clear.
 
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