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Anyone who says Oakland is the most embarassing has a short memory. Of course I'm extremely biased. :)
The Cardinals have to be the worst team in the league's history, and I think Tampa Bay might be in trouble in the next few years with the amount of turnover they will be having in the next 3-4 years on defense [Brooks, Barber, Rice, Quarles, Kelly. Sort of similar Oakland is going through right now on offense. No consistency = baaaad football.
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Originally posted by Scott Wright
Mr. Dukes comes from the Michael Irvin "talk loud and maybe people will think I know what I am talking about" school of football analysis.
I would say that the current Redskins ownership's abuse of its fan base in the form of high-priced season tickets, an overabundance of merchandise, and a mostly overwhelming lack of success on the field is very embarrassing. And btw, after another losing season and for a team that will pick #6 overall, the team raised season ticket prices another 7%...
The Lions. When the best quarterback you've had over the last 10-15 years is Scott Mitchell, you know you're bad.
Maybe, but using the same arguement for the Bears, wouldn't they have to be on the list as well? A strong case could be made that Erik Kramer was the one of the, if not the best Bears QB (at the very least single season stats wise) in the same time frame, heck you could make it the last 30 years, and he was an ex Lions QB.
It's definetely not Cleveland. You can't just look at the last 8 years, especially being rushed back into the league like they were. They were dominant at times, with numerous NFL championships, and some damn good teams during the 80's.
My money, if you go historically, goes to the Bengals and the Cardinals, hands down.
The Cardinals, hands down. Cursed by the guidance of the Bidwell clan, they've forged a remarkable tradition of failure. Look no further than the Monday Night game against Chicago to see the supernatural forces that are hard at work ensuring this team never tastes true success... ;)