We've got four more matchups in the elimination round before the bracket reveal on Monday. Keep in mind that the first set of matchups in the NN NFL Tournament of Badness is still up and you can vote on that until noon tomorrow, and the second match is also up, which - you guessed it - is running until noon tomorrow as well. Go ahead and vote on those eight matchups and move on to what we've got today.
As I said before, there are
twelve eleven spots up for grabs, and thus, we have four more matches today before the bracket is up. Once the bracket is up, matches are 24 hours long, one match a day. As was the case yesterday, I strongly recommend you get all of the cheating out of your system right now because we'll be using the official SB Nation polls, and it's too much trouble to bother cheating on these polls. So do it, get your guy in. Let's now get to the final four spots up for grabs in the bracket.
But first! Do remember that you are voting for which thing is the absolute worst of the two. At the end of this, we hope to have what is, in fact, the worst thing in the NFL. If you like pizza more than burgers, then you would vote for burgers in a "worst food ever" tournament. Does that make sense? Good ... now make the jump.
Player 'X' Being A Bust After One Season versus NFL's Monopoly On Highlight Reels
Nothing annoys me more than people who operate on extremes, so I think you'll know which one of these I'll be voting for (multiple times). Either way, when people label a player a bust or failed experiment after one season (or even less time than that), it's just ... just idiotic, to say the least. On the other end of the spectrum, I'm hugely engaged in things having to do with copyright law and the NFL's inability to allow people to use highlights and the like is maddening. When a harmless YouTube video is taken down, there's something wrong.
Personal Seat Licenses versus Expensive Beer
If you're unfamiliar with personal seat licenses, the Wikipedia article explains it best. That's up against expensive beer, which is in-line with how it is in other sports and places as well, but it still sucks, to be sure! Expensive things in general are all over stadiums, but it's the beer that's the worst.
Quarterbacks Abusing the Sliding Rule versus Wins Being a Quarterback Stat
The sliding rule makes sense when it comes to quarterbacks ... they are not built to take collisions in which both they and the player tackling them are running at or around full speed. It's a safety rule that I absolutely agree with, but most consider the way it is enforced to be ... how you say ... sucky. Quarterbacks can start their slide and be exempt from contact but still be picking up yardage on the slide. It's up against people deeming wins for a quarterback - one of the most annoying things ever. It's also very self-explanatory, so get to voting.
NOTE: IF YOU ARE GOING TO VOTE FOR AN OPTION AND THE BOX IS ALREADY FILLED IN MY DEFAULT, CLICK THE OTHER BOX FIRST, AND THEN CLICK THE VOTE BOX FOR THE ONE THAT WAS INITIALLY FILLED. THE POLL RESULTS MAY OR MAY NOT ACTUALLY COUNT THEN WHEN YOU LEAVE IT HOW IT IS, YOU HAVE TO SWITCH IT FIRST!