Discussion in 'Sports Haps' started by chops, Jan 5, 2017.
Lambeau is the worlds largest gay bar.
prescription for depression, a falcons victory?
Not Wrigley anymore?
Fucking shea mcclellin starting for the gayts
Wow steelers patriots. Now we get to settle who's the best team of 2007 once and for all!
Another blow out underway.
He's been there a few years now. Of course I know like 10 U of I grads so that's how I know.
Hustlin' white guy Hogan is all over the fucking place today.
I get irrationally angry whenever I see that stupid patriots stadium logo on the field
The logo is a fucking bridge connected to a tower with yellow things coming out the top. What is that even supposed to mean
Makes more sense than Guaranteed Rate.
Pats/Falcons SB51, best outcome I could have hoped for.
Lol me and my friends spent like 5 minutes talking about that dumb logo
I couldn't imagine a worse matchup. Maybe NE/NYG
No Carbface Big Ben.
But you're OK with Brady/Belichek?
Big, big Brady fan.
I was there. Good times.
glad to hear you can sleep at night
Oh, I sleep good.
still pushing that tag?
Got the outcome I wanted this weekend. I will be rooting for the Falcons to win simply because they never have won before.
Yeah but he (and Belichick) voted for Trump. Remember you rooted against the Rangers just because they used to be owned by George W. Bush?
another weekend of shitty football
was the packers/cowboys game the only decent game?
i guess the end of kc/burgh, but
The worst year in football I can remember. Game has jumped the shark.
Who watches this shit anymore? Concussions, Kaepernick racism and so forth. Go suck a dick.
(I'll definitely come back when the Bears are good again )
Yeah, Packers were the only dog to win...and only dog to cover.
I thought this meme really said it all
I watched so little football this year outside of the Bears and even that, I didn't watch a lot of their games. Shit sucks.
Eh, even if the dogs lost all the games, they were just shitty blowouts or terrible football.
That game was the only one with good ratings +11% over last year. Every other game was down significantly. So that theory that it was a fluke due to bad QB matchups is shown to be
Let's see, concussions, players committing suicide at 56, high schools wasting taxpayer money on stadiums, free minor league recruiting system, non-profit status, obnoxious nationalism, phony respect/wannabe military culture, frequent rape stories, occasional pedophile stories. Kaepernick took so much shit from fans and the twitterverse, but what's disgusting is every single NFL owner despises him now.
I say we give up on football as a nation and get into soccer like the rest of the world. MLS and NFL can switch stadiums.
Or lose the helmets because it reduces brain trauma to insignificant levels. Then let's see how tough these D-backs are who like to do this shit:
It was definitely all brutal to watch, GB/DAL aside.
I'm pretty sure the NFL is no longer a non-profit as they didn't want to disclose various salaries or other financial shit.
Also, owner's should despise Kaepernick for being a crappy quarterback, although SF seems completely devoid of any talent.
The whole "non-profit" status shit is so overblown. It only meant that the actual league office was designated as a liaison for the league's for-profit franchises, not that the league as a whole wasn't in it to make money.
We want to congratulate Green Bay on their impressive victory over the Falcons.
They don't despise him because he's shitty. They despise him because he's an individual, and using the platform to make a political stance. Any kind of insubordination, certainly anything anti-American, is anathema in the no-fun league. It's like touchdown celebrations but worse
I agree. I think they should despise because he is a shitty QB.
The NFL is lame as shit.
Well I can see this being beat into the ground by Fuller.
When the field is configured for American football, the Patriots have their "Flying Elvis" logo painted on the field at dead center of the 50-yard line. Off to both sides along the 50-yard line, the Gillette Stadium logo is also painted on the field. This is a gray-and-yellow stylized representation of the bridge and tower at the north entrance of the stadium.
They're trying to push iconography or whatever. Too bad nobody could pick their generic stadium out of a lineup. Oh it has a metal tower that does nothing!
Yeah, unless the fucking thing shoots lighting, who gives a rat fuck? It's not some iconic symbol of NFL magic like the pillars at Soldiers.... oh wait, we hid those behind a steel tortilla chip.