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Hard Knocks poll focuses on James Carville’s favorite division

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As more and more teams decline to answer when the Hard Knocks opportunity, um, knocks, we’re still taking the pulse of PFT Planet as to the team you want to see on the show this year, regardless of whether the team in question wants to be there.

So far, you have told us that you’d like to see the Eagles from the NFC East, the Lions from the NFC North, and the Saints from the NFC South.

Next up?  The division widely regarded as the worst in football, thanks in large part to the fact that last year’s champion lost more games than it won.

We really were tempted to add a “none of the above” option, but you’ll get a chance to reject the NFC West winner tomorrow, when we let you pick the NFC representative before moving to the AFC division.

And regardless of what any of us think, the Seattle Seahawks could end up being the best option, because we suspect that they’re one of the only teams this year that, if offered the chance to do it, would say yes.

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6 Responses to “Hard Knocks poll focuses on James Carville’s favorite division”
  1. 7370355q says: May 23, 2011 6:26 PM

    Isn’t James Carville that Extra Terrestrial looking fella?

  2. dewalt2990 says: May 23, 2011 6:46 PM

    It’s a tough choice when you don’t really want to watch any of them..

  3. johnnyshore says: May 23, 2011 7:39 PM

    Admittedly, I am biased because I am a 49er fan, but I think Jim Harbaugh is the perfect coach for Hard Knocks.

  4. 7370355q says: May 23, 2011 8:13 PM

    @johnntshore

    As a Ravens fan, and assuming Jim has the same mentality as his brother Jon, I don’t see anyway in hell Jim would want to be on Hard Knocks. Other than gains in publicity or marketing (which the 49ers aren’t necessarily lacking in) there is nothing to gain from a team perspective from being on Hard Knocks.

  5. veistran says: May 23, 2011 10:23 PM

    Apparently the Hard Knocks producers are looking to downgrade the ratings for the next season?

  6. vahawker says: May 23, 2011 11:36 PM

    Why wasn’t “none” an option?

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