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  1. #1 Does anyone else want to see Detroit go 0-16 
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    besides me? :D
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    I do. I like seeing futility records being set. Major league pitchers losing 20 games in a season, college teams like Washington going 0-12, etc.

    Watching epic failure is fun. :D
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    I don't remember if it was the Mets or Cubs who had a starter who had lost something like 26 or 27 games in row. He pitched well enough. But had a habit of getting up in the strike zone and getting one creamed. The game where I first heard about him the announcer said he did not win a game the previous season and since before the all-star game the season before that.
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    I'm all for it. We got the Redwings to set the bar for awesomeness, and we got the Lions to set the bar for sheer failure. Detroits got all the bases covered! :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    I don't remember if it was the Mets or Cubs who had a starter who had lost something like 26 or 27 games in row. He pitched well enough. But had a habit of getting up in the strike zone and getting one creamed. The game where I first heard about him the announcer said he did not win a game the previous season and since before the all-star game the season before that.
    That was Anthony Young.

    He had a decent ERA and pretty good stuff those years but had absolutely no luck. How else can you explain a 3.77 ERA and a 1-16 record?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    besides me? :D
    I'm hope they do it too.
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    No... They already have the first pick. Let them leave the league with a little dignity. I hope they pull one off.
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    They have a chance today. They've got the Saints who have nothing to play for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Gravy View Post
    They have a chance today. They've got the Saints who have nothing to play for.
    Would you want to be the team that got beat by the Lions?
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    no no no No NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO!!!!!!!
    I long for the days when our President actually liked our country.
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