There are six teams in the NFL this year that have started 0-3 (Apparently only five that are "surprising"). Technically, they are all doomed to a horrible hell, but according to ESPN, some of these teams are MORE doomed than others. In a recent poll they did on their "interactive" show Sportsnation (that is as appealing to view as a Jackson Pollock poop painting), they asked:
|Which surprising 0-3 team is the most doomed?|
And, yeah, I was as surprised by these findings as you were.
I mean, can you believe it?! Minnesota and Wisconsin fans agreed on something!
Haha, but no, seriously, Pittsburgh is the most doomed? Please. They signed a solid offensive linemen, a big time receiver, draft some stud defensive support guys, and they're right back in the mix of it. There is no way that they are the most doomed 0-3 team in the country. I mean, they still have a quarterback who has won two Super Bowls on their roster. I would jerk off a donkey to have that on our team, whether he won the Super Bowls with the Vikings or not. And a competent head coach?! What is this fresh wet dream? We had Mike Tomlin and let him slip through our fingers. Idiots.
I don't know. The Bucs may be pretty bad, but clearly, the point here is the Vikings are the worst team and it's not even close. I do hate to say this, but Wisconsin is the only state that know what the hell is going on. Maybe it's because they are so close to the action, or because they just hate us anyway, and in this case, it's completely justified. The 2013 Vikings are a pretty easy team to hate, because they suck so bad.
So in conclusion, what the hell, country. This time, and only this time, let Wisconsin lead the way in your decisions. Oh yeah, and in the whole union thing too. TROLLOLOLOLOL.
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Have the Vikings been blown out? .... the Steelers have, the Vikes could be 3-0 just as easily as 0-3.
Each of the 0-3 teams have issues that have caused their current winless status.
1. The Steelers have a ton of injuries and an aging defense (albeit with a couple elite players). Their injured players will heal. Maybe it won't happen this season, but they'll be fine next season (particularly if they get a top 5 or top 10 draft pick)
2. The Giants... well, I don't know what is wrong with them. It might just be bad luck, or aging talent. I think they also have some injuries. I also think their misfortune is temporary.
3. The Bucs actually have a TON of talent (particularly on defense). Their biggest liability is their coach. He'll get fired this year. The Bucs are going to be fine.
4. Washington and Minnesota probably have the lowest overall levels of talent, especially on defense. Both teams have elite players (Vikings with Purple Jesus, the Redskins with RGIII). It's debatable which of us has a worse coach (I personally think Frazier is actually a pretty good coach who is saddled with (a) mediocre talent (at least on defense), and (b) a marginal coaching staff).
I think the Vikings are slightly worse off just because: (a) our best player is a RB, and unfortunately in a couple years, his production is going to start declining (even for PJ); and (b) this is such a pass-happy league, and no matter how bad RGIII has been this year (although I still think that is just rust that he had because he didn't have a preseason), he is still an elite QB. Our QB is an abandoned tire fire.
Of course, the Jags are by far the most doomed team. There talent level is so awful that I can't believe it. Their "starting QB" is somehow even worst than Ponder. Their star RB is aging faster than ours. I don't even know who their coach is.