NFL 2015 – Running a Loser Variety of Survivor Pool

September 10, 2015

(Wipes the figurative dust off this blog)

I did a Google image search for "NFL Loser" and, of course, this came up.

I did a Google image search for “NFL Loser” and, of course, this came up.

Hi! It’s me. I’ve been watching sports and not sharing my thoughts on it. For the past three NFL seasons, I’ve run suicide pools. These are great for people who want to care about games they otherwise wouldn’t/be more involved in football viewing, but not as involved as a fantasy team requires.

This season, I’m running the pool with a twist… instead of picking a team to win each week, you pick a team to lose each week.

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Week 4 NFL Power Rankings by Fan Feelings

September 25, 2013

The 2013 NFL season has been interesting and contained one fewer player suicide than last year, so far. Below is a list ranking every football team in order from which team’s fans are talking s**t down to which fans feel like they are eating s**t. NFL logos

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Indy-cision 2012

January 4, 2012

The Indianapolis Colts won 8 fewer games this season than they did last year, playing an entire season without beloved franchise hero quarterback Peyton Manning. Naturally, this has made the Colts unsure if they should stick with their Man(ning) or take their chances with Luck.

Indy-Ceision 2012... They're even wearing the Republican/Democrat colors to make the analogy that much more obvious!

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Jets at Dolphins: An AFC East Sunday Night Story

September 27, 2010

NBC dubbed Sunday nights’ AFC East match-up between the New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins as Futbol Americano. The Spanish theme was supposedly for Hispanic Heritage Month, but may have been a subtle promotion for some sort of baseball-football Black-Spanish exchange program. Looking for the minority mix up, since baseball has been itching for more black players and there are plenty to be found in the NFL, which could benefit from stealing some soccer fans. Even though NBC showed the score with the team names reading “Jets de Nuevo York” and “Dolphins de Miami”, it doesn’t make Mark Sanchez seem any more Mexican.

Futbol Americano: Mas Interesante de Soccer!

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Jets Fan Spygate Lawsuit Heard in Philly Court

April 15, 2010

A city of obnoxious fans naturally empathize with the rabid Jets fan who sued the New England Patriots for being cheater-cheater-pumpkin eaters through their videotaping of New York Jets coaches.

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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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Colts Waste Chance for Perfection

December 28, 2009

If Indy wins the Superbowl, NFL  fans will always wonder if the Colts could have had perfection. If Indy does not win the Superbowl, fans will will always wonder if the Colts ruined their chances by sacrificing the best possible momentum going in the playoff: 16-straight wins.

To Jets: Merry Christmas! Love, Colts

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Sunday, New York, Sunday

September 29, 2009

On Sunday, the Giants embarrassed the Bucs. The Yankees get their 100th win of the season by completing a sweep of the rivaled Red Sox and clinched the best record in baseball as well as home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.  And, for good measure, both the Mets wand the Jets won. All of his occurred before the sunset brought atonement. New York sports teams took care of their Jews.

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Don’t Call It a Comeback: Favre Whores Out to the Media, Round 54

May 7, 2009

Brett Farve is herpes, and the beginning of the off-season is the only time of year we get a quick dose of Valtrex. Read the rest of this entry »


Favre Retires, Again

February 12, 2009

“I’m an emotional guy, and I’m sure people are tired of seeing me get emotional,” he explained, again. Brett Farve has retired. Feeling deja vu? Me, too. Because we’ve heard it before. Please Brett, I’ll believe it when I see it. I’ll believe it when the season starts, Week 1, and Brett Farve is actually not there. I’ll believe it when there are commercials with him stuck in his wranglers during next year’s Superbowl.

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