Brees to face Brady in NFL play-offs
11/01/2021 | sport | other | 140
Drew Brees will face Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the divisional round of the NFL play-offs after the New Orleans Saints advance from the super wildcard weekend.
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11/01/2021 09:41:42 4 2
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i hope no one puts disrespect on Baker Mayfield's name again
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11/01/2021 09:48:06 4 1
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Nobody puts Bakey in the corner.
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11/01/2021 14:57:44 1 17
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Who what where? Means nothing to me. This is not news. American drivel rammed down our throats. NEXT!
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11/01/2021 15:12:45 6 0
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"rammed down our throats". There's about 3 articles per month.
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11/01/2021 10:35:50 12 2
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Before complaining about what the BBC reports on, it might help you to realise that the fanbase for American Football is growing in the UK. I agree, there is sport they ignore, but that doesn't mean that this article is irrelevant. You'd be surprised to see how many British NFL fans there are, and try not to dismiss it as 'mince': Even if you don't like it there are plenty who appreciate the sport
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11/01/2021 15:15:34 2 0
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Precisely. I don't like Rugby League or Athletics but I wouldn't for one minute say that therefore they shouldn't be covered. Although maybe in future iterations of the website it could filter by your preference and only show sports you are interested in?
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11/01/2021 16:33:59 1 0
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That would definitely be useful, I think you can already filter to some extent with the 'My Sport' section and the tabs but would be helpful if the website recognized/asked for what you like and don't like to edit the page to your preferences.
It just frustrates me when people say the BBC should report on the sports they like and only them.
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11/01/2021 10:53:03 5 0
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So why did you click the link to the page and then post a comment? Trolls do care.....
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11/01/2021 15:17:32 1 0
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They're great aren't they, trolls? I don't have any interest in birdwatching but oddly enough I'm not compelled to drive to wherever the nearest hotspot is to tell them I don't care about it.
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11/01/2021 16:33:59 1 0
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That would definitely be useful, I think you can already filter to some extent with the 'My Sport' section and the tabs but would be helpful if the website recognized/asked for what you like and don't like to edit the page to your preferences.
It just frustrates me when people say the BBC should report on the sports they like and only them.
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11/01/2021 17:23:35 1 0
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I know they can count page visits etc. but would also provide Beeb with extra data on who is reading what as a 'favourite' and can therefore adapt accoringly.