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As much as I disagree with oblerman most the time that was spot on about Goody two shoes

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So basically, as McCarthy notes, the AFC is broken. And eff the Patriots big time.

It's not just the AFC. It seems to be a problem for both conferences. And it's been around a while.

Teams with at least 4 Super Bowl appearances:

New England - 8

Pittsburgh - 8

Giants - 6

Dallas - 7

Denver - 6

Washington - 5

Oakland - 5

San Francisco - 5

Green Bay - 5

Miami - 5

Buffalo - 4

Minnesota - 4

Colts - 4

6 teams account for 32 of the NFC's 49 Super Bowl appearances. That number only goes up to 8 when you throw in three each by the Rams and Seahawks. Or 8 teams accounting for 38 of the NFC's 49 appearances.

7 teams account for 40 of the AFC's 49 Super Bowl appearances. The only other AFC teams with more than one SB appearance - Baltimore, KC, and Cincy with 2 each for a total of 10 teams accounting for 46 of 49 appearances.

In essence, it's pretty much always been the same teams.

I'm not sure if something got out of alignment in your list or I misunderstood, but the Cowboys have been to 8 Super Bowls. That much I know.

Looks like the Broncos (7) and Giants (5) are wrong, too. Maybe others?

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So basically, as McCarthy notes, the AFC is broken. And eff the Patriots big time.

It's not just the AFC. It seems to be a problem for both conferences. And it's been around a while.

Teams with at least 4 Super Bowl appearances:

New England - 8

Pittsburgh - 8

Giants - 6

Dallas - 7

Denver - 6

Washington - 5

Oakland - 5

San Francisco - 5

Green Bay - 5

Miami - 5

Buffalo - 4

Minnesota - 4

Colts - 4

6 teams account for 32 of the NFC's 49 Super Bowl appearances. That number only goes up to 8 when you throw in three each by the Rams and Seahawks. Or 8 teams accounting for 38 of the NFC's 49 appearances.

7 teams account for 40 of the AFC's 49 Super Bowl appearances. The only other AFC teams with more than one SB appearance - Baltimore, KC, and Cincy with 2 each for a total of 10 teams accounting for 46 of 49 appearances.

In essence, it's pretty much always been the same teams.

I'm not sure if something got out of alignment in your list or I misunderstood, but the Cowboys have been to 8 Super Bowls. That much I know.

Looks like the Broncos (7) and Giants (5) are wrong, too. Maybe others?

I did it off the top of my head so I was bound to miss a few. I corrected the original post.

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Great, now nobody gets to watch tv. Jerk.

Epic reaction though.

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Looks staged to me... dude was way too calm and then suddenly "raged" on the TV, which looked old and useless anyway.

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Yeah im calling fake

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Looks staged to me... dude was way too calm and then suddenly "raged" on the TV, which looked old and useless anyway.

Yup. The guy with the camera asked him to repeat what he said so he said it louder the second time like he was making sure we heard him. And the other people in the room had no reaction to some idiot ramming his head into a TV.

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Also it was an old looking TV not a flat screen and it looked awful flimsy like it was setup

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On 10/27/2014 at 6:47 PM, Rockstar Matt said:

Pretty sure I saw our own DeFrank on ESPN. The Redskins were talking about Kerrigan's failed "Lambeau Leap" against the Falcons on the segment C'mon Man! and DeFrank was in the group of fans Kerrigan jumped into.

 

 

I just searched my name and this came up. Yes, that was me. How the hell did you recognize me?!

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