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OT: Why so many Bad Teams this year?

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  1. carolinatony

    carolinatony In the Starting Line-Up

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    Fish,Rats,Bills,Rams,Donkies,Raiders,Chiefs,Falcons,Saints,49ers,Ravens,
    Bengals,Cardinals,Eagles all will finish under 500. Even Da Bears are 2 plays from being really bad.
    I don't care about the Rats but why so many really bad teams?
     
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    Re: OT- Why so many Bad Teams this year?

    Because parity is a big, fat lie. There's always a handful of good teams, a decent middle class and a bunch of crap in the salary cap era. The teams that draft well, and hire good management and coaches, win. Simple as that. The draft means everything now, you can't make mistakes early or you suffer for years. Funny that pretty much the three top teams this decade, unanimously, are the Pats, Steelers and Colts, all of whom put lots of effort and resources into scouting and draft well every year.
     
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    Re: OT- Why so many Bad Teams this year?

    For every win there's a loss. It's just that a lot of them just seem bad in comparison.
     
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    Re: OT- Why so many Bad Teams this year?

    I think we are just that good, we are making the leauge look sick.. Plus Miami needs to blow up the whole organization, it had hope until it traded for Culpepper then they had a chance to make it up by drafting Brady Quinn, and they blew it... They reap what they sew....
     
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