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Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #60 on: August 12, 2015, 06:07:56 PM »
I blame Jenn Sterger



oh dare you blame that precious snowflake

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #61 on: August 13, 2015, 02:05:52 PM »
Week 1 of preseason football kicks off tonight!


Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #62 on: August 13, 2015, 02:10:22 PM »
Week 1 of preseason football kicks off tonight!


Podcast Time, place?


Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #63 on: August 13, 2015, 02:52:15 PM »
themudking will be broadcasting live from his own sports bar in downtown muncie- the salty perineum. they'll be serving crayfish and diarrhea buckets all day

Ba'hee Priss Dimmie

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #64 on: August 13, 2015, 03:31:07 PM »
Podcast Time, place?

We "do it live" a week from Sat,
Podcast starts Aug, 22nd at 5pm PT/8pm ET
Ufoship.com/chat
Call number: To be determined


Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #65 on: August 13, 2015, 05:44:05 PM »
themudking will be broadcasting live from his own sports bar in downtown muncie- the salty perineum. they'll be serving crayfish and diarrhea buckets all day

Ba'hee Priss Dimmie

rumor is Willem Dafoe might even be there.  divorce your family and friends and join us.

Ba'hee Priss Dimmie

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #66 on: August 13, 2015, 05:45:57 PM »
rumor is Willem Dafoe might even be there.  divorce your family and friends and join us.

Ba'hee Priss Dimmie
what do you mean ted kaczynski will be the.... nm thats the gabcast ,carry on .

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #67 on: August 13, 2015, 05:49:02 PM »
We "do it live" a week from Sat,
Podcast starts Aug, 22nd at 5pm PT/8pm ET
Ufoship.com/chat
Call number: To be determined


K.  Thanks eddie!  :D

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #68 on: August 13, 2015, 05:57:27 PM »

Been working on a process for smoking lard...the goal is to have a smoked lard that tastes like bacon fat...the uses would be endless! :-)

Young man .... Your stock has just climbed a thousand fold.
Can we get in on the ground floor?

Hmmm .... Hot smoked bacon flavored lard spread over corn on the cob.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #69 on: August 13, 2015, 06:00:09 PM »
Young man .... Your stock has just climbed a thousand fold.
Can we get in on the ground floor?

Hmmm .... Hot smoked bacon flavored lard spread over corn on the cob.
even better is to deep fry bacon in the lard.
http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/163569/crispy-deep-fried-bacon/?mxt=t06rda

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #70 on: August 13, 2015, 06:09:05 PM »
Hmmm .... Hot smoked bacon flavored lard spread over corn on the cob.
Damn WhiteCrow, you just made my knees buckle.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #71 on: August 13, 2015, 06:52:42 PM »

 How are New England Patriots fans like Arizona Diamondback fans?

 Neither existed in 1992.

 

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #72 on: August 13, 2015, 07:11:01 PM »
How are New England Patriots fans like Arizona Diamondback fans?

 Neither existed in 1992.

 
heh

One of the dumbest logos ever!


Until Drew Bledsoe came along in the late 90's, every team who played the Patriots could count on an easy win. Then Brady came along.
Now, they are classfied as a 'dynasty'. The thought which becomes more & more loathsome each day.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #73 on: August 13, 2015, 07:28:19 PM »

  93% of "Patriots fans" don't know if the ball is stuffed or blown up. They're the worst. Oversensitive honks, with ZERO appreciation for the history of the game.

   Until 1997, a home game rarely aired on TV here. Seasons like 1989-1993 were blacked out almost entirely. Since I was an actual football fan, I loved this because NBC/CBS gave us real teams to watch in that 1pm time slot. And I'd have the Pats game on the radio. These Patriots fans of 2015 will split with the first 5-11 season.

   

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #74 on: August 13, 2015, 07:30:31 PM »
Young man .... Your stock has just climbed a thousand fold.
Can we get in on the ground floor?

Hmmm .... Hot smoked bacon flavored lard spread over corn on the cob.

I just made a smoked chicken stock...sublime!  I'll update on the lard this weekend.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #75 on: August 13, 2015, 08:16:39 PM »
So, is this the chat thread where you football fans gather when a game is on?

Is there a link that you are all watching together?

Who is playing?

What inning are they in?

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #76 on: August 13, 2015, 09:20:44 PM »
So, is this the chat thread where you football fans gather when a game is on?

Is there a link that you are all watching together?

Who is playing?

What inning are they in?

I didn't even consider a chat for the games. It's a good idea. If people want to gather during a game to chat, be it NFL trash talk or swapping lard recipes for the next tailgating cookout, we can figure something out. For now, people can chat in this thread or, if ufoship.com/chat is active, by all means populate & chat at will!

What's on:
We've got the packers at the patriots. late in the 4th quarter on NFL Network.
score: 22 - 11 Packers
They just switched the broadcast to the 1st quarter of the cowboys @ the chargers. same channel #212 on directv.

I don't have a link for you Starr.
IDK if there is one.

 and

LOL.;D  NFL games use  Quarters not Innings!   8)

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #77 on: August 13, 2015, 09:42:51 PM »
  93% of "Patriots fans" don't know if the ball is stuffed or blown up. They're the worst. Oversensitive honks, with ZERO appreciation for the history of the game.

   Until 1997, a home game rarely aired on TV here. Seasons like 1989-1993 were blacked out almost entirely. Since I was an actual football fan, I loved this because NBC/CBS gave us real teams to watch in that 1pm time slot. And I'd have the Pats game on the radio. These Patriots fans of 2015 will split with the first 5-11 season.

 

fair weather fans are the same nation wide. when a team is winning, the stadium is full.
 when a team sucks, not so much.

The NFL blackout rules for the home market is outdated and needs to go.
You would think the NFL would want to air the games in the home town, regardless of how many tickets they sell.
It would  create fans and generate more paying customers. right?
Instead it pisses off the fans / potential fans.
asinine!
They should get rid of that rule anyway. Last season, I believe they relaxed this rule in some or all NFL cities. About time!
The reality is, as suggested above, when a team is winning, people will & do come.
It's the same for every major sport in the USA. People love winners.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #78 on: August 13, 2015, 11:48:23 PM »
fair weather fans are the same nation wide. when a team is winning, the stadium is full.
 when a team sucks, not so much.

The NFL blackout rules for the home market is outdated and needs to go.
You would think the NFL would want to air the games in the home town, regardless of how many tickets they sell.
It would  create fans and generate more paying customers. right?
Instead it pisses off the fans / potential fans.
asinine!
They should get rid of that rule anyway. Last season, I believe they relaxed this rule in some or all NFL cities. About time!
The reality is, as suggested above, when a team is winning, people will & do come.
It's the same for every major sport in the USA. People love winners.

    The blackout rule is an outdated joke, and basically is confined to the 4 teams in the Deep Southeast, ATL, MIA, JAX and TB. Seemingly everywhere else the NFL is certain to have full houses.

    Here's how bad it was for the Pats in 1990. On Friday morning, about 100-200 tickets were dropped off in the cafeteria of our high school for that Sunday's home game. Maybe 25-30 of them would be taken. They were unscalpable. That's how unpopular they were...and bad. The only win that year was 16-14 over the Colts in Indy week 2. The only game the Pats nearly sold out was the season finale against the soon to be champ Giants...but since that was game was December 30, we were on Christmas vacation and therefore didn't get the ticket drop.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #79 on: August 14, 2015, 12:55:52 AM »
fair weather fans are the same nation wide. when a team is winning, the stadium is full.
 when a team sucks, not so much...

I'm proud to be a fair weather fan.

Why should I care, let alone watch the games, when a team is neither contending nor rebuilding, and makes consistently bad decisions?  Or when they play a style I don't care for, or employ a bunch of jerks and criminals?  As they are quick to inform us, it's a business.

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« Reply #80 on: August 14, 2015, 09:07:10 AM »
I'm proud to be a fair weather fan.

Why should I care, let alone watch the games, when a team is neither contending nor rebuilding, and makes consistently bad decisions?  Or when they play a style I don't care for, or employ a bunch of jerks and criminals?  As they are quick to inform us, it's a business.

Let me guess, you are a 49ers fan?
I don't blame you.

I'm in AZ. I  know about how horrid decisions can absolutely wreck an NFL franchise.
See Phoenix / Arizona Cardinals  1988-2006.

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #81 on: August 14, 2015, 09:30:25 AM »
Let me guess, you are a 49ers fan?...

Heh, yes but I've always applied that principle.

The 49ers aren't yet in that category since I have hope they are rebuilding.  It's stunning how many starters have left the team over the off-season, I've never seen anything like it.  And that was a team that went 8-8.

Breakout year for Kaepernick, or he's gone.  A very team friendly contract, if they cut him at any time (in an offseason), they don't carry a cap hit into the future


Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #82 on: August 14, 2015, 09:34:01 AM »
What's the over/under for total wins between the 49ers and Raiders together, about 7?

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #83 on: August 14, 2015, 09:34:11 AM »
Let me guess, you are a 49ers fan?
I don't blame you.

I'm in AZ. I  know about how horrid decisions can absolutely wreck an NFL franchise.
See Phoenix / Arizona Cardinals  1988-2006.

Growing up a Big Red fan for the St Louis, Cardinals...what else would you expect from Bill Bidwell....

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #84 on: August 14, 2015, 09:36:58 AM »
Growing up a Big Red fan for the St Louis, Cardinals...what else would you expect from Bill Bidwell....


I'd like to see the fans own the teams, and have mostly local players on the rosters.

The Japanese baseball league can only have a certain number of foreign players, and I think the Canadian Football League is the same.  It would be great if our pro teams had mostly local players, otherwise what is the point of 'rooting' for a 'home' team really?

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« Reply #85 on: August 14, 2015, 09:40:51 AM »

I'd like to see the fans own the teams, and have mostly local players on the rosters

I hear ya...like Green Bay...I grew up thinking the local pro teams had the same community attachment as a high school or college team...we were the only city in the US that had the same mascot for both baseball and football...I was so innocent...when the Big Red left, I stopped watching the NFL for several years...

Re: The NFL Football Fan Podcast - With The Mud King and Eddie Dean
« Reply #86 on: August 14, 2015, 01:35:03 PM »
    The blackout rule is an outdated joke, and basically is confined to the 4 teams in the Deep Southeast, ATL, MIA, JAX and TB. Seemingly everywhere else the NFL is certain to have full houses.

    Here's how bad it was for the Pats in 1990. On Friday morning, about 100-200 tickets were dropped off in the cafeteria of our high school for that Sunday's home game. Maybe 25-30 of them would be taken. They were unscalpable. That's how unpopular they were...and bad. The only win that year was 16-14 over the Colts in Indy week 2. The only game the Pats nearly sold out was the season finale against the soon to be champ Giants...but since that was game was December 30, we were on Christmas vacation and therefore didn't get the ticket drop.
JAX hasn't had a blackout in five years, even though the team has been worse than terrible.  Where else can you watch, if the game goes bad, hot chicks in bikinis swimming in the pools.

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« Reply #87 on: August 14, 2015, 01:54:42 PM »
JAX hasn't had a blackout in five years, even though the team has been worse than terrible.  Where else can you watch, if the game goes bad, hot chicks in bikinis swimming in the pools.

Really? I didn;t know that. Everytime I've watched a game in Jax the stands appear to be half full. I don't live there so you would know better than I.

There is a huge insensitive for the local TV affiliates to buy up huge blocks of tickets, thousands of them,  before the blackout deadline, so they can air the games to get the ad revenue. 

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« Reply #88 on: August 14, 2015, 03:01:20 PM »
The stands appear half full because the NFL schedules all the games at 1 Eastern when the temperature is 95 degrees and the humidity is 80%.  The seats you see on TV are club seats and those people have access to a club under the stands where they can buy mixed drinks and watch the game on TV.   Ponte Vedra Beach rich socialites, not real football fans.

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« Reply #89 on: August 14, 2015, 03:07:53 PM »
The stands appear half full because the NFL schedules all the games at 1 Eastern when the temperature is 95 degrees and the humidity is 80%.  The seats you see on TV are club seats and those people have access to a club under the stands where they can buy mixed drinks and watch the game on TV.   Ponte Vedra Beach rich socialites, not real football fans.

   That makes sense. It does appear to be 2/3 capacity at times, but what you describe would explain it. It's funny how that franchise was off and running so quickly with Coughlin, only to become Del Rio-ed.