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Division Records Are Important

[WARNING: This post was written by the least talented Falcoholic on the blog! This is not the work of the talented staff: Dave Choate, Caleb Rutherford, James Rael.. This fanpost is intended for a mature audience only. Please do not continue to read if you are under the age of 17 or are otherwise a piece of shit that needs to meet up with me for an ass kicking, like a stupid mother Fing aints fan that needs to stay on their own mother Fing blog. I'm looking at you, Dave Carolla or whatever the f you're stupid last name is. You look like one of the queer eyes for the queer guy. Enough of a warning, let's get into it, shall we?]

One day, while on my computer, I was actually not staring at pictures of hot women. Instead, I was curious about previous Superbowl winners and their division records. We have three upcoming division games in a row. I knew this was the perfect time to do some research.

I assumed that the previous Superbowl winners all owned their divisions since a team needs to know how to win tough games at home and on the road. Division games can be nasty tough.

I took a closer look at the last ten Superbowl winning teams and their division records. And I was right, all of the teams were at .500 or better. Well, the only two championship winning teams that were at .500 were the giants, sitting at 3-3. But the other 8 teams were 4-2 or better.

We all know division games are important… But if we want to seriously contend for a championship, we need to clean up the division. So far we only played two division games, and we’re sitting at 1-1. If we win three in a row, we’ll lock up our winning division record as well as formally clinch the division. And we’ll be sitting at 12-1, which will pretty much guarantee us a first round bye.

To me, this is really important. To the team, this is really important. And yes, to you, this is really important. We must own our division. We must win these next three games. We must break drew brees’ leg and wipe his stupid smirking face into the turf in our home dome. But first, let’s snap the Buccaneers’ winning streak in their house. Gonna be a tough one!

I think that’s all I have to say on that. Here’s the chart:

Year

Super Bowl

Winner

Overall Record

Division Record

2012

Super Bowl XLVI

New York Giants

9-7

3-3

2011

Super Bowl XLV

Green Bay Packers

10-6

4-2

2010

Super Bowl XLIV

New Orleans Saints

13-3

4-2

2009

Super Bowl XLIII

Pittsburgh Steelers

12-4

6-0

2008

Super Bowl XLII

New York Giants

10-6

3-3

2007

Super Bowl XLI

Indianapolis Colts

13-3

5-1

2006

Super Bowl XL

Pittsburgh Steelers

11-5

4-2

2005

Super Bowl XXXIX

New England Patriots

14-2

5-1

2004

Super Bowl XXXVIII

New England Patriots

14-2

5-1

2003

Super Bowl XXXVII

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

12-4

4-2

After I was done being amazed with myself for being right for a change, I decided I would reward myself by staring at pictures of hot women (oh come on, you didn't think I was serious about being completely serious, did you?):

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Happy Thanksgiving to you all! I hope you get to share some good quality times with the ones you love. And I hope you get to eat lots of green bean casserole. I can't wait for some fucking green bean casserole.

Ugly win over the Cardinals, by the way. But a win is a win. I hope Julio and Asante are doing well. I called Julio the day before the game and asked him not to play, but he said he has the heart of a champion. I said "Good, help us win one this year". His reply? "I got this."

Matt Ryan threw five interceptions, but they weren’t five Tony Romo interceptions... only two of them were. Damn, the Cardinals kept their hands up all day. And unlike Tony Romo, Matt Ryan was able to throw five picks and get a win. It took a lot of help from his friends on the defense.

Falcons need to Rise Up at home… they sleep walk into the Georgia Dome every game as if their outstanding home record will just make the team win all by itself. Oh well.. in the end, they won. Imagine how pissed off you’d be if they lost? Wait… wait.. don’t imagine that. Not needed. Scroll back up and imagine that. Damn they’re fine. Not my fault so many girls want to take their clothes off for me. Get in line, I say… get in line.

Sources/Thanks to:

http://espn.go.com/nfl/standings

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Super_Bowl_champions

http://www.super-bowl-history.us/superbowl-winners-list.html

Google.com – Google knows all that there is to be known, just ask KMarch

All the sluts in the world. You know who you are. I’d like to meet you.

My name is Kash and I’m here all day.

Let’s Go Falcons!!!!

PS… If you’re in California in the San Diego area this weekend, come watch the Buccaneers game with some SoCal Falcons members. Let me know if you can make it. I’m only crazy online.

<em>This FanPost was written by one of The Falcoholic's talented readers. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The Falcoholic.</em>

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