Skip to content
 
If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(Some Guy)   Until December 14th, 2020, the NFL had never seen a game end with a final score of 47-42. And then the Browns browned their underpants. Twice, now   (pro-football-reference.com) divider line
    More: Followup, National Football League, AFC East, Aaron Rodgers, Active Coaches, 2002 NFL season, Historical Coaches, Cam Newton, Indianapolis Colts  
•       •       •

484 clicks; posted to Sports » on 11 Oct 2021 at 8:42 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



31 Comments     (+0 »)
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest
 
2021-10-11 8:46:21 AM  
I'll take teams with shiatty defensive lines for $100, Blossom.
 
2021-10-11 8:55:58 AM  
In the Super Bowl Era, teams that scored 40+ points and committed no turnovers were 401-0.

Until yesterday.  The Browns were the first to meet those conditions and lose.
 
2021-10-11 9:01:05 AM  
I BLAME OMAR!  IT'S HIS FAULT!
 
2021-10-11 9:02:40 AM  
F*cking Browns have to find new and unique ways to lose even when they are good.
 
2021-10-11 9:13:14 AM  

null: I BLAME OMAR!  IT'S HIS FAULT!


Fark user imageView Full Size

/stolen from a random Dutch documentary
 
2021-10-11 9:14:34 AM  
Every NFL Score Ever | Chart Party
Youtube 9l5C8cGMueY


Long but very interesting.
 
2021-10-11 9:28:32 AM  
That December game was the "kick six" game wasn't it?

Browns gonna brown.
 
2021-10-11 9:31:58 AM  
They were also involved in the only 11-8 score
 
2021-10-11 10:14:33 AM  
Fark user imageView Full Size


4th and 4... This is called a defensive pass interference and results in the Chargers tying the game.  Absolute bullshiat.
 
2021-10-11 10:20:31 AM  

Fizpez: [Fark user image 680x470]

4th and 4... This is called a defensive pass interference and results in the Chargers tying the game.  Absolute bullshiat.


Isn't that what occurred after the actual pass interference?

Because this reminds me of that time people were screaming that a Seattle guy should have been called for OPI after he was interfered with in a game a few years ago. "Offsetting penalties" is what people wanted. That's not how football works.
 
2021-10-11 10:23:58 AM  

FrancoFile: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/9l5C8cGM​ueY]

Long but very interesting.


I came here to post this.

Scorigami is a good follow on Twitter.
 
2021-10-11 10:26:31 AM  

puffy999: Fizpez: [Fark user image 680x470]

4th and 4... This is called a defensive pass interference and results in the Chargers tying the game.  Absolute bullshiat.

Isn't that what occurred after the actual pass interference?

Because this reminds me of that time people were screaming that a Seattle guy should have been called for OPI after he was interfered with in a game a few years ago. "Offsetting penalties" is what people wanted. That's not how football works.


You can find the video on Youtube.... OH. hell, here's a link.  The offensive player is the ONLY one to make contact. BS is BS
 
2021-10-11 10:33:53 AM  
The Cleveland defense gave up a ton of scores and those two late touchdowns, but the majority of the blame for that screwy score is the Chargers' kicker missing 2 PAT's.
 
2021-10-11 11:05:47 AM  
There's never been a 4-2 score in the NFL, and I think that's way harder to do.

// only once has a team scored just 4 points in an NFL game, and that was 98 years ago
// congrats to the Browns on being the Brownsiest, though
 
2021-10-11 11:17:54 AM  
Until November 16, 2008, Donovan McNabb didn't know an NFL game could end in a tie.

/ got nothin'
 
2021-10-11 11:24:32 AM  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of​_​highest-scoring_NFL_games


This doesnt even make the top 12 subby, so why the fark does it matter?
 
2021-10-11 11:27:52 AM  

FrancoFile: [Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/9l5C8cGM​ueY]

Long but very interesting.


..and if the Browns were able to get that hail mary, they'd have had another one (unless they missed the conversion).
 
2021-10-11 11:49:44 AM  

lifeslammer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of​_​highest-scoring_NFL_games


This doesnt even make the top 12 subby, so why the fark does it matter?


It was mentioned a few times earlier but a "scorigami" is when a new NFL score occurs when one had not happened in it's existence earlier. In this case, the 47-42 score had never happened before until December 14, 2020. For it to occur again ten months later is pretty unique.
 
2021-10-11 11:54:14 AM  
Eh....To their credit the Browns were keeping up blow for blow.

/Won't talk bad about the Browns
//Always bites me in the ass
 
2021-10-11 12:10:33 PM  

The Smails Kid: Until November 16, 2008, Donovan McNabb didn't know an NFL game could end in a tie.

/ got nothin'


To be fair, a *lot* of players didn't realize that was true, because ties in the NFL had only happened maybe once or twice every 10 years at that point.

Of course, now barely a year goes by *without* a tie...
 
2021-10-11 1:09:33 PM  

Fizpez: [Fark user image 680x470]

4th and 4... This is called a defensive pass interference and results in the Chargers tying the game.  Absolute bullshiat.


It was. Browns player's jersey was so loose and grabable, it prevented the Chargers receiver from catching with both hands.
 
2021-10-11 1:14:05 PM  
Lions fans looking incredulously at this thread...
 
2021-10-11 1:20:16 PM  

Joe_diGriz: The Smails Kid: Until November 16, 2008, Donovan McNabb didn't know an NFL game could end in a tie.

/ got nothin'

To be fair, a *lot* of players didn't realize that was true, because ties in the NFL had only happened maybe once or twice every 10 years at that point.

Of course, now barely a year goes by *without* a tie...


Bengals and Packers were trying really really hard to make one happen yesterday.
 
2021-10-11 1:24:47 PM  

Remarkable_Anus: Eh....To their credit the Browns were keeping up blow for blow.

/Won't talk bad about the Browns
//Always bites me in the ass


Username checks out.
 
2021-10-11 1:51:11 PM  

Joe_diGriz: The Smails Kid: Until November 16, 2008, Donovan McNabb didn't know an NFL game could end in a tie.

/ got nothin'

To be fair, a *lot* of players didn't realize that was true, because ties in the NFL had only happened maybe once or twice every 10 years at that point.

Of course, now barely a year goes by *without* a tie...


More ties in recent years because of the changes to OT rules (both the WAAAAAAAHBrettFavreGotScrewed Rule and the change from a 15-minute OT to 10 minutes).
 
2021-10-11 2:53:34 PM  

Fizpez: puffy999: Fizpez: [Fark user image 680x470]

4th and 4... This is called a defensive pass interference and results in the Chargers tying the game.  Absolute bullshiat.

Isn't that what occurred after the actual pass interference?

Because this reminds me of that time people were screaming that a Seattle guy should have been called for OPI after he was interfered with in a game a few years ago. "Offsetting penalties" is what people wanted. That's not how football works.

You can find the video on Youtube.... OH. hell, here's a link.  The offensive player is the ONLY one to make contact. BS is BS


Yup. Watched the whole game out of boredom. I would say the Chargers didn't beat them, the refs did. If you're a Browns fan I'd say you have the right to be mad right now. Like usual, by Thursday the league office will issue an "apology" for such an obviously bad call, but it will mean absolutely nothing. Sports is such a crapshoot. Thus what happens whenever the capacity for human error is entered into the equation.
 
2021-10-11 4:01:00 PM  
We were so close to the first 22-22 yesterday.
 
2021-10-11 4:18:22 PM  

vilesithknight: If you're a Browns fan I'd say you have the right to be mad right now


I wish the game was in Cleveland so we could throw shiat at the refs again.  They apparently forgot how much that hurt.
 
2021-10-11 5:04:02 PM  

great_tigers: lifeslammer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_​highest-scoring_NFL_games


This doesnt even make the top 12 subby, so why the fark does it matter?

It was mentioned a few times earlier but a "scorigami" is when a new NFL score occurs when one had not happened in it's existence earlier. In this case, the 47-42 score had never happened before until December 14, 2020. For it to occur again ten months later is pretty unique.


You really nees to understand what the word random actually means, and why unique is not an acceptable replacement word for it
 
2021-10-11 8:31:10 PM  

lifeslammer: great_tigers: lifeslammer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_​highest-scoring_NFL_games


This doesnt even make the top 12 subby, so why the fark does it matter?

It was mentioned a few times earlier but a "scorigami" is when a new NFL score occurs when one had not happened in it's existence earlier. In this case, the 47-42 score had never happened before until December 14, 2020. For it to occur again ten months later is pretty unique.

You really nees to understand what the word random actually means, and why unique is not an acceptable replacement word for it


Grammar police are random.
 
2021-10-11 8:58:43 PM  
They are the Cleveland Browniest.
 
Displayed 31 of 31 comments

View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking




On Twitter


  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.