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Re: Detroit fans are the WORST in the NFL

Postby Jimboozie » Mon Oct 23, 2006 11:21 pm

LT Blue Colt wrote:
wrveres wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:I mean we are. :-b What the heck are we routing for.


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Yeah, I know we've got lot's of pine trees in Michigan for making pine tar, and that's no excuse for using it whenever we can. But, I've got a great solution. Let Carpenter pitch the 1st inning next game with some, wash it off, and then we'll be even-steven. Right? ;-)


What? Can't a guy eat a fudge brownie before the game?? :-b
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Re: Detroit fans are the WORST in the NFL

Postby PyRo8 » Mon Oct 23, 2006 11:25 pm

Jimboozie wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:
wrveres wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:I mean we are. :-b What the heck are we routing for.


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Yeah, I know we've got lot's of pine trees in Michigan for making pine tar, and that's no excuse for using it whenever we can. But, I've got a great solution. Let Carpenter pitch the 1st inning next game with some, wash it off, and then we'll be even-steven. Right? ;-)


What? Can't a guy eat a fudge brownie before the game?? :-b


or take a poop all over his hand
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Postby RyanTB » Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:16 am

This thread should be titled "The Detroit Franchise is the WORST in the NFL."

It's not the fans fault they suck so bad.
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Re: Detroit fans are the WORST in the NFL

Postby CrashOverrid3 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:43 am

PyRo8 wrote:
Jimboozie wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:
wrveres wrote:
LT Blue Colt wrote:I mean we are. :-b What the heck are we routing for.


Image


Yeah, I know we've got lot's of pine trees in Michigan for making pine tar, and that's no excuse for using it whenever we can. But, I've got a great solution. Let Carpenter pitch the 1st inning next game with some, wash it off, and then we'll be even-steven. Right? ;-)


What? Can't a guy eat a fudge brownie before the game?? :-b


or take a poop all over his hand


ROFL...

I'm gonna start calling him -old turd hand-
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Postby dream_017 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:49 am

bobbing_headz wrote:Even with Sanders the Lions weren't that great. They did have a few winning seasons but I'm pretty sure they always lost in the first round of the playoffs.


Wiki wrote:NFC: Detroit Lions 38, Dallas Cowboys 6
Quarter 1 2 3 4 Tot
Cowboys 3 3 0 0 6
Lions 7 10 14 7 38
at Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan

Game time: 4:00 p.m. EST
Game weather: Indoors (Domed stadium)
TV announcers (CBS): Pat Summerall and John Madden
Referee: Gordon McCarter
Game Attendance: 79,835
Quarterback Erik Kramer led the Lions to their first postseason victory since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger by completing 29 out of 38 passes for 341 yards and 3 touchdowns. Kramer completed a 31-yard score to wide receiver Willie Green, a 6-yarder to Green, and a 7-yarder to wide receiver Herman Moore. Detroit defensive back Melvin Jenkins returned an interception 41-yard for a touchdown, kicker Eddie Murray added a 36-yard field goal, and running back Barry Sanders rushed for a 47-yard touchdown. The Cowboys' only scores were two 28-yard field goals by kicker Ken Willis.

Scoring
DET - Green 31 pass from Kramer (Murray kick)
DAL - FG Willis 28
DET - Jenkins 41 interception return (Murray kick)
DAL - FG Willis 28
DET - FG Murray 36
DET - Green 6 pass from Kramer (Murray kick)
DET - Moore 7 pass from Kramer (Murray kick)
DET - Sanders 47 run (Murray kick)
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Re: Detroit fans are the WORST in the NFL

Postby moochman » Tue Oct 24, 2006 11:18 am

LT Blue Colt wrote:What's a Super Bowl? :-? :-D ;-)


It's a big gala event they hold every season. Usually only a handful of the best players are invited to attend. All the team's and league's bigwigs are there, and there is a massive amount of TV coverage.

Here are some highlights from the last few Super Bowls:
"With the second overall pick the Lions take Charles Rogers"
"With the third overall pick the Lions take Joey Harrington"
"With the tenth overall pick the Lions take Mike Williams"

Good stuff, this Lions' Super Bowl ;-D

The biggest problem with this sorry franchise is that if you ask each member of the front office to point to where they are heading, they all point a different direction. The FO is embarrassingly clueless, led by their firgurehead Matt "I'll hire any coach who's name starts with M" Millen.
The only hope for fans is a lighting strike like Barry Sanders. And that will only make the team competitive and entertaining as they will surely have a boob like Wayne-o Fontes coaching the team to underperform it's talent.

Lions fans are hopeless dreamers. There is no other way to explain why people shell out perfectly good money to watch the biggest laughing-stock in professional sports.

22-65!
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Postby CrashOverrid3 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 12:31 pm

Ahh good ole Herman Moore

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Re: Detroit fans are the WORST in the NFL

Postby dream_017 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 12:57 pm

moochman wrote:Lions fans are hopeless dreamers. There is no other way to explain why people shell out perfectly good money to watch the biggest laughing-stock in professional sports.

22-65!


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Postby Berge20 » Tue Oct 24, 2006 1:00 pm

Wow, among all the bad quarterbacks over the past 15 years I totally forgot about Eric Kramer.

Nobody can call us fair weather fans, that's for sure.
Shamelessly hopeful, yes.

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