ESPN SportsNation Statistics

July 8, 2011

The Worldwide Loudmouths of Sports, ESPN has published data from its featured polls to SportsNation (not an internationally recognized country).

State Shapes Are As Abstract as Polls

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Metrohole

December 14, 2010

Oh, the many wrongs about the collapsed Metrodome delayed Giants-Vikings game fiasco…

Wamp wamp

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It’s Always Chilly in Minneapolis

November 11, 2010

It’s a dark comedy, featuring blue humor and improvisational aspects. The season follows the exploits of the team, a group of egotistical players who are on the Minnesota Vikings, a relatively unsuccessful team in the NFL. If you haven’t been watching, I highly recommend the football sitcom, “It’s Always Chilly inĀ  Minneapolis.”

Hairless Leader

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Streaking Like Unwashed Undies

November 1, 2010

Brett Favre started his 292nd straight NFL game on Sunday, leading his team to another loss and sustaining another injury. The quarterback is committed to reversing the Humpty Dumpty theory and being put back together again. Regardless of whether it is actually good for him or the team.

Not Even Adrian Peterson's Crotch Can Save Him Now

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Number 1s

January 25, 2010
For the first time since 1993, the Superbowl will feature the top seeded teams in each conference. The New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts were perfect deep into the season, and are set to face off in Miami to decide which of the conference’s best teams is better.
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Minnesota Runs Up the Score, Dallas Sore

January 18, 2010

The Minnesota Vikings had a 24-point lead against the Dallas Cowboys yesterday with less than two minutes left and the ball on the Dallas Cowboys’ 11-yard line on Sunday in the NFL playoffs. Their decision to continue playing the game was not appreciated by the losers.

Dallas 3, Minnesota 34


Beauty is Only Symmetry Deep

September 3, 2009

In an attempt to offer a non-story to attract People or US Magazine readers to the once highly regarded circulation that is the Wall Street Journal, the daily publication listed top 10 best-looking NFL quarterbacks, ranked by how symmetrical their faces are. But the statistics just may prove that the science of beauty is not as accurate or fun as the practice of ranking looks by creative opinion.

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