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Detroit Lions = Really Really Bad Football. [Sep. 17th, 2006|08:11 pm]
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If you didn't know that, then you're going to need at least a couple more years of watching NFL action. Come back then.

I'd like to address this to the last 2-3 actual Lions fans out there . . .

Wait for it . . .


If you loved The Bad News Bears and Major League, the Detroit Lions are the professional football version. The only difference is that there's never a turnaround where they get awesome. In the case of the Lions, they had a brief flirt with decent football in the early to late 1990s. Between today and the early 1960s, that's over 40 seasons of coming up in various margins of short.

The Lions are, however, skilled at the art of a loss. This week was a classic. Roy Williams guarantees victory over the Bears, qualifies, then recants, then guarantees it again. Both him and Kevin Jones fell far short of what it takes to help your team win. The whole team fell short of everything needed to win, and Chicago spanked them like the little brats they are. I'm guessing Roy won't shut the fuck up, either, so stay tuned for more choice quotes from him and all those other douchebags.

Word to the wise - it's not Martz's fault that the one TD has been from Kitna in the first two games.


[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2006-09-18 12:43 am (UTC)
Don't feel bad about me calling you a moron. I'm just stating facts here.

I have a very close friend for many years who is a huge fucking moron, more huge than you. :D

In other words, you're really not the only Lions fan.

I, however, see the time to cut the losses when the clock strikes.

It struck early last year, when they dogged Harrington.
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[User Picture]From: pollack1020
2006-09-18 12:50 am (UTC)
No offense taken. I know I'm a moron. But I can't really bring myself to hop on any other team's bandwagon. I've tried...but to no avail. I like watching all the games every Sunday, and I just hope for exciting football.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2006-09-18 12:54 am (UTC)
Then say you're a free agent, and say you're a fan of the NFL.

If you know it well enough, no reason to hop on a bandwagon or stop watching football entirely.

I just enjoy the games for what they are. I've seen enough bad games, and I look for the awesome matches.
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