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The Perfection of Imperfection
Posted by: McQ on Monday, December 29, 2008

Detroit Lions: 0-16

So much for "on any given Sunday".

There is one consolation for them, however. At least for one day, they didn't stink as badly as the Dallas Cowboys. And how would you like to be the Pats? 11-5 and going home.
 
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Is that team not a microcosim of that crumbling, disaster of a city?

Go Big Blue!
 
Written By: shark
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I am waiting for some liberalmoron somewhere to say that if only George W. Bush weren’t President, none of this would have happened.

I am just waiting, because somewhere, at some point, liberals like to make complete and utter a$$es of themselves.
 
Written By: James Marsden
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cant wait to hear Jim Rome on this.
 
Written By: kyleN
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Perhaps we’ll hear about how we need to bail out the Dertoit Lions?

 
Written By: Bithead
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the patriots handled it with class. they did all they could, and they do know their record was a little bit fluffed up thanks to an easy schedule. it is absurd that the colts have to go on the road. and any system that lets the arizona cardinals continue playing is obviously broken.

i’m rooting for san diego to go all the way. their cheerleaders have the skimpiest outfits.
 
Written By: pedro the illegal alien
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I would prefer being the Pats to the Chiefs...2-14. They *did* manage to beat Detroit however.
 
Written By: JamesT
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i’m rooting for san diego to go all the way. their cheerleaders have the skimpiest outfits.
Let’s see them in those outfits when it is snowing and 10 below zero during gametime.

 
Written By: James Marsden
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oh Pedro, no wonder I don’t like you, you can’t even root for the real under dog in this wonderful Cinderella Story.

from 1-15 to AFC East Champions. The Dolphins beat the jets in a turnaround not seen in a long time, and for the first time since 01 are in the playoffs.

Any Given Sunday indeed, good sir. With Parcells at the Helm, Sporano calling shots and Pennington keeping the team together (and just a little more luck), we might actually be able to take this baby all the way to the Big Times.

 
Written By: Joel C.
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senor joel i like my underdogs to have at least a sporting chance and san diego has been looking very strong lately. the dolphins are a nice story, and i do love that wildcat stuff, but they staggered to the finish and the ride ends next weekend. if i’m wrong then your cheerleaders aren’t half bad either. but that’s all hypothetical, i’m never wrong.

you are looking pretty good if you take the long view though.
 
Written By: pedro the illegal alien
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and senor james, the first game will be in san diego.

as for playing in pittsburg or nashville the week after, well, global warming baby! i know bruce thinks it doesn’t exist, but let’s see how much skin we’re oogling before wielding final judgement on that hot topic. if i’m not seeing belly buttons i’ll concede the point.
 
Written By: pedro the illegal alien
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you forget that Baltimore is sporting the same disaster that took us to 1-15 last year, sir. The Dolphins are not the same team then, nor are they the same team from October. I believe the record speaks for itself.
 
Written By: Joel C.
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If George Bush weren’t President, and instead had honored his true calling, he could have motivated the Lions to at least one victory with his amazing cleavageless cheerleading prowess.

The Lions, and America, would have better for it.

(Happy Marsden?)
 
Written By: CaptinSarcastic
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I’m a life long Pats fan and can’t believe their staying home at 11-5. But I can deal with it. What I can NOT deal with is all the Peyton Manning MVP talk. Puh-lease! He was horrid early in the year. How anyone can say he was more ’valuable’ to his team than Pennington was to the ’fins or Cassell was to the Pats is beyond me.
 
Written By: meagain
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that’s BS. I challenge anyone to tell me if anyone has been more instrumental and key in their teams progress than Chad Pennington as player or Sparano as Coach.
 
Written By: Joel C.
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Matt Ryan/Mike Smith
 
Written By: McQ
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