Monday, January 21, 2008

Top 11 Reasons The Packers Lost The NFC Championship Game At Home

11. Several players got lost on the way to the stadium because they couldn't find New York Avenue

10. Didn't want to become the answer to the trivia question, "What team lost the Super Bowl by the largest margin in history?"

9. Overconfident in playing a team that lost to the Minnesota Vikings

8. Green Bay's not really much of a football town

7. Elite media bias in favor of East Coast teams

6. Packers not well suited to cold weather play, Green Bay could use a domed stadium

5. Al Harris was too busy braiding his hair and talking trash to actually bother covering any Giant receivers

4. It turns out watching Saturday evening Seinfeld reruns is an essential part of the Packers pre-game preparation

3. Al Gore assured them that global warming would make long underwear unnecessary

2. Packer players wanted to bring Packer and Viking fans together with the common experience of their team choking away the NFC Championship in overtime against an inferior opponent

1. Favre felt strange having all those guys in the stands with man crushes watching his every move


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the stupidest and weakest top-11 list I have ever seen.

10:06 AM  
Anonymous The Devil's Advocate said...

This is by far the most intelligent and strongest Top 11 list ever.

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

12. The Nihilist brought down the wrath of the football gods on the Packers when he wrote:

"Green Bay -7 over NY Giants
There is no way the Packers can possibly fail to cover the spread, much less lose this game. They have the weather, the fans and they have Brett Favre. Let me repeat, the Packers cannot possibly fail to cover."

9:54 AM  
Blogger rsb said...

Giants got lucky

3:36 AM  

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