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KennyRock

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  1. No complaints here, definitely the most logical realignment. I'd be for it, if it means my Hornets don't have to keep turning in piss-poor performances against the Spurs and Mavs 4 times a year.
  2. You lose a little parity here. You can argue "that's how it should be" but I LOVE when a team can get itself into the playoffs thanks to a softer schedule and go on a run. Good lord, the Bills may go 0-14 in that new NFL East. Well, "that's how it should be" . This is a simple, geography-based re-organization, without consideration of whether or not the divisional teams are "competitive" with each other. Screw Buffalo. Definitely your opinion, and I have no issue with that. If you want 4 divisions of 8 teams, geographically aligned, this is the way to do it. I'm simply posting my opinion. Also, just note my main point was losing the non-divisional games, NOT if divisional teams are competitive since that's impossible to assure. I'd also like to think it was apparent that my Buffalo comment was a joke.
  3. So goodbye NFC and AFC? In addition to that, you lose a little parity here. Those 2 games a team plays again a same-conference opponent that finished in the same spot as it did the previous year can make or break a team's season. The Jets have 2 of their 9 wins this season thanks to games versus Houston and Denver. Under this format, all division teams play the same schedule so if you're not as good a team, you ain't going anywhere. You can argue "that's how it should be" but I LOVE when a team can get itself into the playoffs thanks to a softer schedule and go on a run. Heck, I can use the Jets again from last year: Sure Cincy rested their starters in Week 17 but it was the same spot in the standings from 2008 that got the Jets that game. Because of playing Cincy that week, that situation, they come within 30 minutes of the Superbowl. Under this format, that game doesn't happen. I guess I see it as lateral, or a very slight downgrade, but not better. And good lord, the Bills may go 0-14 in that new NFL East.
  4. Dan Patrick: With the first nine months of the Baseketball postseason out of the way, the playoff picture is starting to emerge. Kenny Mayne: So, with last night's victory over Boston, next week the Milwaukee Beers must beat Indianapolis in order to advance to Charlotte. That's in an effort to reduce their magic number to three. Dan Patrick: Right, and then the Beers can advance to the National Eastern Division North to play Tampa. Kenny Mayne: So, if the Beers beat Detroit and Denver beats Atlanta in the American Southwestern Division East Northern, then Milwaukee goes to the Denslow Cup, unless Baltimore can upset Buffalo and Charlotte ties Toronto, then Oakland would play LA and Pittsburgh in a blind choice round robin. And if no clear winner emerges from all of this, a two-man sack race will be held on consecutive Sundays until a champion can be crowned. Dan Patrick: Right.
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