The NFL loves parody!

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    The NFL loves parody!

    Looking at the NFL there are serveral playoff teams who truly could win the SB. The favorites Indy,SD,NO, and MIN ,one will make the game. The other will be one of the long shot contenders ARZ, Dall, NE, CIN , or Phil. I dont give GB or the 2 final AFC teams a chance just dont think they are good enough. Every year we have a team thats expected to be there in the game, and another, who usually loses lol, from the long shot contenders. With matchups , coaching , QB play , experiance,special teams alond with D being factors, this year is wide open. the best teams have major issues Indy has a great passing game, but little else. SD coach is the worst in football. NO new to winning, MIN coach and QB. The only 2 teams the Pats would have trouble with they already lost to Indy and NO, the rest they can and should beat. Thoughts?

     
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    It's parity.  It's what's great about the NFL, and why MLB blows.
     
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    I thougfht it was parroty
     
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    Mislead by this topic.  But what's been a good parody on the fields of the NFL this season?  Saints='07 Pats, that joke has lost steam.  Another parody on the turf?

    Btw, yes, parity is great in sports and I love the media heads yacking it up when it comes to records and then getting their minds blown with the surprises.  More restraint on calls, more analysis and all those laughs would be gone.
     
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    parity huh. 

    the last 9 super bowls have involved all of 3 different teams from the AFC: Patriots, colts, steelers.  some parity. 

    the NFC is much more wide open though so i guess that counts
     
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    Folks, parity in the NFL is not equality.  It is the OPPORTUNITY for equality.  You are allowed to run your team as poorly (Jerry Jones, Dan Snyder, Bill Ford, Randy Lerner) or as well (Robert Kraft, Jim Irsay, Dan Rooney) as you wish. But the possibility is there for the Lions to win the SB even next year.  Lets face it, 6  7-7 teams fighting for the last wild card spot is pretty good as far as equality is concerned.
     
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    Folks, parity in the NFL is not equality.  It is the OPPORTUNITY for equality.  You are allowed to run your team as poorly (Jerry Jones, Dan Snyder, Bill Ford, Randy Lerner) or as well (Robert Kraft, Jim Irsay, Dan Rooney) as you wish. But the possibility is there for the Lions to win the SB even next year.  Lets face it, 6  7-7 teams fighting for the last wild card spot is pretty good as far as equality is concerned.
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    That describes it about as well as you can.  As for the Lions winning the SB next year, it is a fact that every year one or more teams go from terrible to good and vice versa.  It's impossible to guess who they will be, but every year it happens.  Some teams are probably forever handicapped by their management though.
     
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    If you think aboout it though, the jets-Indy game was a parody
     
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    Given their recent play, I would hardly install Minnesota or N'awlins as conference favorites in the watered-down NFC. I like Philly as the only NFC team with a shot to take out whomever survives between the Pats and San Dago. Cincy is not ready for prime time and the Colts . . .

    heh heh

    The Colts.

    Don't confuse the fact that the Raiders occasionally beat a good team with parity (or parroty -- the NFL being a copycat league). The NFL is cyclical to a degree, but generally the better organizations -- like the Steelers -- never fall too far or for too long; while the clown colleges . . .  your Detroits and your Clevelands . . .  just don't ever seem to get the joke. The recent success of teams like the Pats and the Colts can be primarily attributed to a coach (Belichick) and a quarterback (Goober) who transcend their respective organizations. It will be interesting to see where those teams go when this era is over.

     
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