Buccaneers to face Chiefs in Super Bowl
25/01/2021 | sport | other | 324
Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face reigning champions the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55 on 7 February.
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25/01/2021 07:12:01 49 11
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My head say Kansas but my heart says Tampa. Go Bucks!
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25/01/2021 07:22:21 23 4
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100% with you on that !
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25/01/2021 13:23:26 1 0
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But what does your mouth say?
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25/01/2021 19:19:22 0 0
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Yes, KC are the best team in the NFL but just as The Saints always seem to have bad luck KC seem to benefit with the Zebra's, last years Superb Owl Bosa was being embraced on the pivotal 3rd down, against Cleveland another shaky decision with a head to head, Hill should have had a penalty for removing a helmet earlier in the season.
I also don't like the fact KC 'know they are the best' either.
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25/01/2021 07:22:10 24 3
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If the Bucks D get those safeties back heathy combined with those pass rushers might be a close game. Also need for the Bucs to do some simple catching practice.

Bucs could and should have been out of sight if not for butter fingers.

Baby GOAT v Actual GOAT though should be a classic.
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25/01/2021 09:20:58 17 1
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They usually say "The GOAT versus the Kid" :)
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25/01/2021 07:12:01 49 11
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My head say Kansas but my heart says Tampa. Go Bucks!
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25/01/2021 07:22:21 23 4
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100% with you on that !
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25/01/2021 07:39:23 2 0
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Absolute
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25/01/2021 07:23:25 7 4
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Great game at Lambeau Field...#GoBuccs ?
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25/01/2021 07:25:08 10 46
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My head says don't care but my heart says don't care. Who cares!
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25/01/2021 07:36:59 26 3
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You care enough to comment
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25/01/2021 07:37:44 6 3
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Why comment then? Sport isnt just about football. Neanderthal
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25/01/2021 07:31:17 14 34
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More BBC obsession with Americans...
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25/01/2021 07:34:14 12 53
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GET THIS RUBBISH OFF THE BBC SPORTS PAGE! No true sports lover is vaguely interested in it. For God’s Sake. Makes me SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:41:41 25 4
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Makes me SO HAPPY to see you get SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:47:49 6 1
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U ok hun?
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25/01/2021 07:49:31 10 2
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another clueless sad bored individual who hasnt a clue about THE SPORT gridiron football , what are you even doing HERE on this hys . i think i found you making garbage comments on a football HYS and recommended you read "war and peace" which should keep your clueless remarks being back on here till february
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25/01/2021 08:38:26 2 0
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You should consider yourself blessed that you have the time to be angered by this.
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25/01/2021 07:34:59 14 47
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Just who in the BBC is receiving backhanders to push this utter dross?
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25/01/2021 07:43:39 22 6
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if its utter dross why are you seeking out a backpage hys
you have nothing INTELLIGENT OR CREDIBLE to say about A SPORT which you clearly dont have a CLUE ABOUT . shut yer gob
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25/01/2021 07:54:32 4 4
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no one, the plain truth is, like women's football, its really all they can afford, do you really think if they could to bid for a Prem package we'd see any of this garbage on their channels ?
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25/01/2021 09:30:27 3 0
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I hate to break it to you, but the more you and others read articles on and comment on 'utter dross', the more the BBC algorithms will promote that same sport on the basis of their popularity.
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25/01/2021 07:25:08 10 46
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My head says don't care but my heart says don't care. Who cares!
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25/01/2021 07:36:59 26 3
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You care enough to comment
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25/01/2021 07:25:08 10 46
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My head says don't care but my heart says don't care. Who cares!
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25/01/2021 07:37:44 6 3
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Why comment then? Sport isnt just about football. Neanderthal
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25/01/2021 08:40:34 1 0
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or lonely dim wits
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25/01/2021 07:39:04 6 2
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feild marshall brady and bucs defence were the power houses in their victory
packers were "always" under pressure and at 28-10 it felt like deja vu from week 6. Rodgers bottled it on occasions , espesh with that chance to run towards inzone on 4th down late in 4th quarter , could have been 6 pts . Instead they took a 2pt kick, the rest is history. WELL PLAYED TAMPA ,goodbye rodgers
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25/01/2021 08:25:00 2 0
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The Buccs defence were the difference between two great attacking line ups.

They will need to do it again in two weeks' time
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25/01/2021 07:22:21 23 4
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100% with you on that !
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25/01/2021 07:39:23 2 0
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Absolute
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25/01/2021 08:41:05 3 0
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same same
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25/01/2021 07:40:23 3 9
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For some reason I thought Tom Brady was just a player, not the owner. Anyway, thanks BBC for enlightening me, as you did with Wayne Rooney at Derby County.
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25/01/2021 07:40:43 12 25
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Fantastic BBC covering a major, world interest sport. It's an extremely popular sport in the UK. All the Daily Mail reading bbc hating gammons........suck it up and enjoy!!!!!!
Kansas will win Super Bowl, easily..!
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25/01/2021 07:56:40 6 6
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'Gammon' is a racial slur. If it's O.K to liken people's skin to uncooked pork, then what else is O.K?
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25/01/2021 07:57:03 6 0
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But in an earlier comment the BBC are accused of loving America? And I thought the gammons love America because of trade deals & chlorinated chicken & special relationships (bet they use that line on everyone)
Can all you brexissed at least get your stereotypes straight & stick to them - please!
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25/01/2021 08:18:31 3 0
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Not a great comment Manny. Like me, a lot of dedicated UK NFL fans grew up with Mick Luckhurst and the C4 coverage in the very early 80s...that made me a lifelong Raiders fan...which is why #12 will have my support on Super Bowl Sunday. Anyone but the Chiefs! ??
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Removed
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25/01/2021 07:34:14 12 53
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GET THIS RUBBISH OFF THE BBC SPORTS PAGE! No true sports lover is vaguely interested in it. For God’s Sake. Makes me SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:41:41 25 4
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Makes me SO HAPPY to see you get SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:34:59 14 47
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Just who in the BBC is receiving backhanders to push this utter dross?
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25/01/2021 07:43:39 22 6
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if its utter dross why are you seeking out a backpage hys
you have nothing INTELLIGENT OR CREDIBLE to say about A SPORT which you clearly dont have a CLUE ABOUT . shut yer gob
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25/01/2021 07:45:42 23 2
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Could be an all time great Bowl....Brady knows it all...Mahomes can do the exceptional...here's to some great plays...:-)
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25/01/2021 12:52:58 2 0
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Could be. Doubt whether the half-time show will be as good as last year though.
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Lot of negative comments on this from trolls and thickos who aren’t up to handling the complexities of American football. Removed
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25/01/2021 07:52:26 8 6
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its a shame these ignorant trollers can print their USELESS garbage on
A SPORT they DONT UNDERSTAND, please go away
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25/01/2021 07:54:01 4 2
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Impaired vision? Check.
Body armour? Check
Ability to tackle players who don't have the ball? Check
Half time perv at the cheerleaders who ironically have a much more dangerous profession? check
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25/01/2021 08:01:29 1 2
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Agreed. For outsiders it may be difficult to follow. No reason to knock it though.
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25/01/2021 07:47:41 5 1
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This just might be as thrilling as last years 4th quarter comeback.
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25/01/2021 07:34:14 12 53
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GET THIS RUBBISH OFF THE BBC SPORTS PAGE! No true sports lover is vaguely interested in it. For God’s Sake. Makes me SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:47:49 6 1
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U ok hun?
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25/01/2021 07:48:24 60 8
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Only Brady could have taken the Buccs to the Superbowl ... unbelievable. Sadly for Rogers he may always be remembered as a 'nearly' man.
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25/01/2021 07:55:19 19 5
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brady, bucks, superbowl on home turf , in that ORDER
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25/01/2021 18:16:45 2 0
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I am a fan of Brady and hope he will win the Superbowl again.
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25/01/2021 07:48:27 15 39
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Oh yes, American hand-egg, what s terrific sport. How many players on a team? About 300 isn't it?
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25/01/2021 07:53:59 18 7
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obviously a bridge to far or basically your out of your depth
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25/01/2021 08:22:26 1 1
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its 46 i missed one , plus 7 who arnt in club kit
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25/01/2021 07:34:14 12 53
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GET THIS RUBBISH OFF THE BBC SPORTS PAGE! No true sports lover is vaguely interested in it. For God’s Sake. Makes me SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 07:49:31 10 2
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another clueless sad bored individual who hasnt a clue about THE SPORT gridiron football , what are you even doing HERE on this hys . i think i found you making garbage comments on a football HYS and recommended you read "war and peace" which should keep your clueless remarks being back on here till february
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25/01/2021 07:40:43 12 25
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Fantastic BBC covering a major, world interest sport. It's an extremely popular sport in the UK. All the Daily Mail reading bbc hating gammons........suck it up and enjoy!!!!!!
Kansas will win Super Bowl, easily..!
Lot of negative comments on this from trolls and thickos who aren’t up to handling the complexities of American football. Removed
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25/01/2021 07:52:26 8 6
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its a shame these ignorant trollers can print their USELESS garbage on
A SPORT they DONT UNDERSTAND, please go away
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25/01/2021 07:53:24 14 43
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The BBC covers virtually no proper sport.So let's show this crap that nobody cares two hoots about.
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25/01/2021 08:04:22 10 6
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I like the one where they do high speed housework on an ice rink. The one where they have to clean up everything before the timer stone gets to the other end. Proper British sport that one!
Or the cheese rolling ... fantastic
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25/01/2021 07:48:27 15 39
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Oh yes, American hand-egg, what s terrific sport. How many players on a team? About 300 isn't it?
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25/01/2021 07:53:59 18 7
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obviously a bridge to far or basically your out of your depth
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25/01/2021 07:58:33 2 4
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How many players on a team?
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25/01/2021 08:21:29 5 1
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There is a certain irony in criticising someone's intellectual capability while being completely oblivious to grammar ... all in one short sentence (sort of sentence).
Lot of negative comments on this from trolls and thickos who aren’t up to handling the complexities of American football. Removed
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25/01/2021 07:54:01 4 2
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Impaired vision? Check.
Body armour? Check
Ability to tackle players who don't have the ball? Check
Half time perv at the cheerleaders who ironically have a much more dangerous profession? check
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25/01/2021 07:34:59 14 47
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Just who in the BBC is receiving backhanders to push this utter dross?
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25/01/2021 07:54:32 4 4
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no one, the plain truth is, like women's football, its really all they can afford, do you really think if they could to bid for a Prem package we'd see any of this garbage on their channels ?
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25/01/2021 08:32:49 5 0
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PLEASE if your not a fan of the sport , and a sexist , just go back to your factory facing windowless basement studio
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25/01/2021 07:48:24 60 8
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Only Brady could have taken the Buccs to the Superbowl ... unbelievable. Sadly for Rogers he may always be remembered as a 'nearly' man.
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25/01/2021 07:55:19 19 5
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brady, bucks, superbowl on home turf , in that ORDER
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25/01/2021 09:40:14 2 23
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Stuff the nfl over their behaviour of Colin kaepernick. Disgusting.
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25/01/2021 12:19:46 1 1
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It’s Bucs.
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25/01/2021 07:40:43 12 25
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Fantastic BBC covering a major, world interest sport. It's an extremely popular sport in the UK. All the Daily Mail reading bbc hating gammons........suck it up and enjoy!!!!!!
Kansas will win Super Bowl, easily..!
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25/01/2021 07:56:40 6 6
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'Gammon' is a racial slur. If it's O.K to liken people's skin to uncooked pork, then what else is O.K?
Nothing to do with race, all to do with going red with anger when you don't get your own way. Like now. Removed
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25/01/2021 13:38:53 0 0
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No its not..... Its a micky take of the colour the cheeks a Brexit supporting, Daily Mail Reading, BBC hating, middle aged person goes, when he loses the argument on Brexit. The voters were conned. Project fear, as you lot described it...... Is now fact.!!! The gammons will suffer.
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25/01/2021 07:40:43 12 25
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Fantastic BBC covering a major, world interest sport. It's an extremely popular sport in the UK. All the Daily Mail reading bbc hating gammons........suck it up and enjoy!!!!!!
Kansas will win Super Bowl, easily..!
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25/01/2021 07:57:03 6 0
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But in an earlier comment the BBC are accused of loving America? And I thought the gammons love America because of trade deals & chlorinated chicken & special relationships (bet they use that line on everyone)
Can all you brexissed at least get your stereotypes straight & stick to them - please!
I thought the chocolate bars also loved America? Removed
What about the curry heads? Removed
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25/01/2021 08:15:42 0 2
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Marmite men, you either love them or hate them right?
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25/01/2021 07:53:59 18 7
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obviously a bridge to far or basically your out of your depth
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25/01/2021 07:58:33 2 4
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How many players on a team?
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25/01/2021 08:12:25 6 2
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Are you talking on the field of play or in the entire roster? Either way....
Only 11 players on the field Offense or Defence at any given time. So the same as a UK football tem!!
53 players make up the entire roster.
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25/01/2021 08:18:09 2 1
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45 in all including back up and reserves , FOR SPEED and SIZE and FOR a large amount of DIFFRENT or DIVERSE PLAYS , GRIDIRON is akin to PHYSICAL CHESS
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25/01/2021 07:59:47 3 6
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Hmmm, So the Bucs and Tom Brady make it. Unless my eyes deceived me i noted that every time the Buccs were on offence they used a black ball rather that the traditional coloured one the Packers used.

Could it be Brady prefers the feel of the black ball over the normal one, i mean it'd need to be something to ensure the opposition don't use the same ball as you are. Where have we seen that before?
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25/01/2021 09:39:08 2 0
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Teams ALWAYS have their own footballs. Many of them have their logo printed on them, and there are balls for kicking plays too.
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25/01/2021 16:40:33 0 0
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Every ball gets checked before the game and then given to the ball boys so if the officials are under the impression that every ball is ok they wouldn't be looking for it too hard. However, Tom could have been feeling the pressure .... :-)
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25/01/2021 08:00:20 4 7
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Good Luck to Kansas City in the Superbowl, don't know anything about your franchise, i just don't want to see the owners of Tampa Bay with their slimy hands on that trophy
Lot of negative comments on this from trolls and thickos who aren’t up to handling the complexities of American football. Removed
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25/01/2021 08:01:29 1 2
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Agreed. For outsiders it may be difficult to follow. No reason to knock it though.
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25/01/2021 08:01:34 16 2
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An exciting Superbowl awaits in Feb.
The Chiefs have the strongest team - but the Buccs have their best chance, playing at home, to cause an upset with Brady leading them to a possible Superbowl win.
Should be a high scoring final.
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25/01/2021 07:57:03 6 0
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But in an earlier comment the BBC are accused of loving America? And I thought the gammons love America because of trade deals & chlorinated chicken & special relationships (bet they use that line on everyone)
Can all you brexissed at least get your stereotypes straight & stick to them - please!
I thought the chocolate bars also loved America? Removed
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25/01/2021 08:08:01 1 2
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What about the jimmy changas? Do they love America?
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JBM
25/01/2021 07:53:24 14 43
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The BBC covers virtually no proper sport.So let's show this crap that nobody cares two hoots about.
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25/01/2021 08:04:22 10 6
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I like the one where they do high speed housework on an ice rink. The one where they have to clean up everything before the timer stone gets to the other end. Proper British sport that one!
Or the cheese rolling ... fantastic
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25/01/2021 08:11:34 1 2
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well said , please would the bbc remove these peoples posts who havnt a clue about GRIDIRON SPORT
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25/01/2021 09:07:00 0 0
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Cheese rolling was indeed part of the show ?? especially at the start of the 2nd half , the roll did not last very however
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25/01/2021 08:04:34 16 14
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I’m 70 and love NFL this years quarter finals fantastic please get rid of these racists calling us gammons
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25/01/2021 08:08:41 7 7
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AGREE , AGREE, AGREE ps it was the semis
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25/01/2021 08:38:14 2 4
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Screenshot those racist posts and if the BBC refuse to remove them report the BBC to the police for supporting hate crime!
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25/01/2021 09:55:00 4 2
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How is "gammon" racist?
I thought the chocolate bars also loved America? Removed
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25/01/2021 08:08:01 1 2
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What about the jimmy changas? Do they love America?
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25/01/2021 08:04:34 16 14
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I’m 70 and love NFL this years quarter finals fantastic please get rid of these racists calling us gammons
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25/01/2021 08:08:41 7 7
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AGREE , AGREE, AGREE ps it was the semis
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25/01/2021 07:57:03 6 0
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But in an earlier comment the BBC are accused of loving America? And I thought the gammons love America because of trade deals & chlorinated chicken & special relationships (bet they use that line on everyone)
Can all you brexissed at least get your stereotypes straight & stick to them - please!
What about the curry heads? Removed
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25/01/2021 08:04:22 10 6
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I like the one where they do high speed housework on an ice rink. The one where they have to clean up everything before the timer stone gets to the other end. Proper British sport that one!
Or the cheese rolling ... fantastic
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25/01/2021 08:11:34 1 2
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well said , please would the bbc remove these peoples posts who havnt a clue about GRIDIRON SPORT
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25/01/2021 07:58:33 2 4
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How many players on a team?
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25/01/2021 08:12:25 6 2
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Are you talking on the field of play or in the entire roster? Either way....
Only 11 players on the field Offense or Defence at any given time. So the same as a UK football tem!!
53 players make up the entire roster.
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25/01/2021 07:57:03 6 0
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But in an earlier comment the BBC are accused of loving America? And I thought the gammons love America because of trade deals & chlorinated chicken & special relationships (bet they use that line on everyone)
Can all you brexissed at least get your stereotypes straight & stick to them - please!
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25/01/2021 08:15:42 0 2
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Marmite men, you either love them or hate them right?
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25/01/2021 08:21:05 0 3
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What happens to food *after* you eat it? What does that turn into? Is that a no-go area for racial similarity? This is fun.
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25/01/2021 07:58:33 2 4
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How many players on a team?
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25/01/2021 08:18:09 2 1
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45 in all including back up and reserves , FOR SPEED and SIZE and FOR a large amount of DIFFRENT or DIVERSE PLAYS , GRIDIRON is akin to PHYSICAL CHESS
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25/01/2021 07:40:43 12 25
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Fantastic BBC covering a major, world interest sport. It's an extremely popular sport in the UK. All the Daily Mail reading bbc hating gammons........suck it up and enjoy!!!!!!
Kansas will win Super Bowl, easily..!
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25/01/2021 08:18:31 3 0
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Not a great comment Manny. Like me, a lot of dedicated UK NFL fans grew up with Mick Luckhurst and the C4 coverage in the very early 80s...that made me a lifelong Raiders fan...which is why #12 will have my support on Super Bowl Sunday. Anyone but the Chiefs! ??
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25/01/2021 08:27:42 2 0
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the same intro to gridiron as me , so i left for sanfrancisco , loved it and became a 49ers fan
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25/01/2021 08:20:31 12 3
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Talk about a tale of two halves. Brady fantastic in the first, wasteful in the second. He has a fantastic Bucs defence to thank for carrying them over the line.
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25/01/2021 08:40:41 2 0
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Yeh Brady second half at one point 3 of 7 passes for interceptions....
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25/01/2021 08:15:42 0 2
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Marmite men, you either love them or hate them right?
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25/01/2021 08:21:05 0 3
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What happens to food *after* you eat it? What does that turn into? Is that a no-go area for racial similarity? This is fun.
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25/01/2021 08:28:46 3 0
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please get out more , your going a bit nuts
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25/01/2021 07:53:59 18 7
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obviously a bridge to far or basically your out of your depth
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25/01/2021 08:21:29 5 1
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There is a certain irony in criticising someone's intellectual capability while being completely oblivious to grammar ... all in one short sentence (sort of sentence).
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25/01/2021 08:37:47 2 2
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sorry teacher , its what you say that really COUNTS its not supposed to be school time , WHY ARE YOU EVEN BOTHERING TO COMMENT , fool
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25/01/2021 07:48:27 15 39
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Oh yes, American hand-egg, what s terrific sport. How many players on a team? About 300 isn't it?
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25/01/2021 08:22:26 1 1
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its 46 i missed one , plus 7 who arnt in club kit
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25/01/2021 08:22:55 2 2
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Mahomes passed fit to play after a week following concussion. You would have thought the NFL would be cautious after the class action suit. No recognised return to play protocol in this league? I want to see Mahomes play, but in this day and age.....
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25/01/2021 08:35:25 3 2
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mahone passed all " you must play " rigorous tests
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25/01/2021 08:39:46 0 0
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I did wonder that myself and I thought they did have protocol.. .I suspect something fishy here...
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25/01/2021 08:55:43 1 0
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The protocols in the US state that a player has to return to their baseline status determined in the preseason, providing Mahomes did this he was always going to be cleared to play.
There are also significant fines that can be applied, so I cannot believe they would risk it with the possibility of facing $50,000 to $150,000. They could also lose draft picks if the situation calls for it.
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25/01/2021 08:58:03 1 0
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Wales rugby player Josh Navidi, recently missed four months of the rugby season due to a single concussion incident. Playing one week after suffering concussion is ridiculous, but then again Mahomes earns $45m per 17 week season, and that type of investment requires sacrifices, even if one of them is your brain.....
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25/01/2021 07:56:40 6 6
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'Gammon' is a racial slur. If it's O.K to liken people's skin to uncooked pork, then what else is O.K?
Nothing to do with race, all to do with going red with anger when you don't get your own way. Like now. Removed
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25/01/2021 08:28:17 0 3
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O.K mate, no need to go brown in the face.
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25/01/2021 07:39:04 6 2
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feild marshall brady and bucs defence were the power houses in their victory
packers were "always" under pressure and at 28-10 it felt like deja vu from week 6. Rodgers bottled it on occasions , espesh with that chance to run towards inzone on 4th down late in 4th quarter , could have been 6 pts . Instead they took a 2pt kick, the rest is history. WELL PLAYED TAMPA ,goodbye rodgers
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25/01/2021 08:25:00 2 0
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The Buccs defence were the difference between two great attacking line ups.

They will need to do it again in two weeks' time
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25/01/2021 08:18:31 3 0
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Not a great comment Manny. Like me, a lot of dedicated UK NFL fans grew up with Mick Luckhurst and the C4 coverage in the very early 80s...that made me a lifelong Raiders fan...which is why #12 will have my support on Super Bowl Sunday. Anyone but the Chiefs! ??
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25/01/2021 08:27:42 2 0
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the same intro to gridiron as me , so i left for sanfrancisco , loved it and became a 49ers fan
Nothing to do with race, all to do with going red with anger when you don't get your own way. Like now. Removed
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25/01/2021 08:28:17 0 3
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O.K mate, no need to go brown in the face.
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25/01/2021 08:21:05 0 3
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What happens to food *after* you eat it? What does that turn into? Is that a no-go area for racial similarity? This is fun.
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25/01/2021 08:28:46 3 0
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please get out more , your going a bit nuts
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25/01/2021 08:33:13 2 3
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Stay home. Go nuts. Protect the NHS.
For people outside America wondering what this spot is, it's a bit like rugby, only rugby is played by men! Removed
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25/01/2021 08:37:17 0 0
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Lol...'spot'....better luck with your next posting...
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25/01/2021 08:37:23 0 0
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What has gender got to do with anything? Both men and women play rugby....
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25/01/2021 08:38:29 0 0
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Packers kind of blew it, missed easy 2 point catch and taking field goal with 2 mins to go.... nonsense decision... .
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25/01/2021 08:39:11 0 0
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Sport not spot!

Poxy autocorrect!
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25/01/2021 08:49:42 0 0
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Except it's nothing like rugby and more akin to Chess. Two teams, one attacks, one defends, then they swap. If you're going to make a comparison, at least make it a realistic one!!
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25/01/2021 08:50:00 0 0
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How brave of you to criticise, using a pseudonym, in a different country, behind a keyboard.

I assume you play neither rugby nor American football?
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Who cares Removed
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25/01/2021 08:38:29 2 2
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You... You clicked the article and then typed a comment. Classic actions of somebody that cares.
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25/01/2021 08:47:05 1 0
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Clearly you do as you have commented!! Tube!!
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25/01/2021 08:31:19 5 2
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The Glazers seem to know a bit about sport it seems
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25/01/2021 08:38:14 1 3
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A decade of pain????????????
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25/01/2021 12:00:03 1 1
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Glazers? Bucs hardly have a great NFL pedigree, they've changed coaches like some people change socks. And though Man Utd are having a surge, they could quickly revert to their status earlier this season, struggling with an S.
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25/01/2021 07:54:32 4 4
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no one, the plain truth is, like women's football, its really all they can afford, do you really think if they could to bid for a Prem package we'd see any of this garbage on their channels ?
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25/01/2021 08:32:49 5 0
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PLEASE if your not a fan of the sport , and a sexist , just go back to your factory facing windowless basement studio
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25/01/2021 08:28:46 3 0
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please get out more , your going a bit nuts
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25/01/2021 08:33:13 2 3
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Stay home. Go nuts. Protect the NHS.
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25/01/2021 08:22:55 2 2
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Mahomes passed fit to play after a week following concussion. You would have thought the NFL would be cautious after the class action suit. No recognised return to play protocol in this league? I want to see Mahomes play, but in this day and age.....
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25/01/2021 08:35:25 3 2
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mahone passed all " you must play " rigorous tests
For people outside America wondering what this spot is, it's a bit like rugby, only rugby is played by men! Removed
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25/01/2021 08:37:17 0 0
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Lol...'spot'....better luck with your next posting...
For people outside America wondering what this spot is, it's a bit like rugby, only rugby is played by men! Removed
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25/01/2021 08:37:23 0 0
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What has gender got to do with anything? Both men and women play rugby....
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25/01/2021 08:21:29 5 1
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There is a certain irony in criticising someone's intellectual capability while being completely oblivious to grammar ... all in one short sentence (sort of sentence).
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25/01/2021 08:37:47 2 2
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sorry teacher , its what you say that really COUNTS its not supposed to be school time , WHY ARE YOU EVEN BOTHERING TO COMMENT , fool
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25/01/2021 10:27:02 0 1
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Haha .... a bit angry today? Obviously the 'irony' has passed you by too / to / two (take a stab at the right one)
If you're/ your/ yore (good luck with that one) insult someone's intelligence try to display some of your own
Better still .... don't do it
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25/01/2021 08:04:34 16 14
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I’m 70 and love NFL this years quarter finals fantastic please get rid of these racists calling us gammons
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25/01/2021 08:38:14 2 4
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Screenshot those racist posts and if the BBC refuse to remove them report the BBC to the police for supporting hate crime!
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25/01/2021 08:31:19 5 2
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The Glazers seem to know a bit about sport it seems
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25/01/2021 08:38:14 1 3
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A decade of pain????????????
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25/01/2021 07:34:14 12 53
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GET THIS RUBBISH OFF THE BBC SPORTS PAGE! No true sports lover is vaguely interested in it. For God’s Sake. Makes me SO ANGRY.
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25/01/2021 08:38:26 2 0
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You should consider yourself blessed that you have the time to be angered by this.
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Packers kind of blew it, missed easy 2 point catch and taking field goal with 2 mins to go.... nonsense decision... .
Who cares Removed
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25/01/2021 08:38:29 2 2
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You... You clicked the article and then typed a comment. Classic actions of somebody that cares.
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25/01/2021 08:39:11 0 0
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Sport not spot!

Poxy autocorrect!
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25/01/2021 08:39:41 4 12
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Will the BBC do an artical about the lack of diversity in American football?
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25/01/2021 08:42:34 3 16
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Or how many of the players disrespect the American national anthem?
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25/01/2021 08:46:33 6 1
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Diversity? Look at a football team, the diversity is huge, as long as you're around 6ft tall, 13st, with high levels of aerobic fitness.
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Can’t we just enjoy the sport!
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25/01/2021 09:20:03 9 0
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You're attempt at racism is duly noted. What's the matter, not enough caucasians in the NFL for your liking?
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25/01/2021 10:40:09 1 0
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They’re too busy reporting on illiterate people like you commenting on HYS - it’s “article”.
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25/01/2021 08:22:55 2 2
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Mahomes passed fit to play after a week following concussion. You would have thought the NFL would be cautious after the class action suit. No recognised return to play protocol in this league? I want to see Mahomes play, but in this day and age.....
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25/01/2021 08:39:46 0 0
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I did wonder that myself and I thought they did have protocol.. .I suspect something fishy here...
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25/01/2021 07:37:44 6 3
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Why comment then? Sport isnt just about football. Neanderthal
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25/01/2021 08:40:34 1 0
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or lonely dim wits
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25/01/2021 08:20:31 12 3
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Talk about a tale of two halves. Brady fantastic in the first, wasteful in the second. He has a fantastic Bucs defence to thank for carrying them over the line.
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25/01/2021 08:40:41 2 0
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Yeh Brady second half at one point 3 of 7 passes for interceptions....
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26/01/2021 08:43:04 0 0
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Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino was a stats accumulator. By the time he retired he owned pretty much all major passing records. Yet he never won a Super Bowl.

Brady has won six, and frankly I’d rather have a QB who gets picked off on third down trying to make things happen, than one who prefers to take a sack or just ground the ball. The end result is the same. The opposition have the ball.
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Absolute
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25/01/2021 08:41:05 3 0
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same same
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25/01/2021 08:39:41 4 12
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Will the BBC do an artical about the lack of diversity in American football?
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25/01/2021 08:42:34 3 16
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Or how many of the players disrespect the American national anthem?
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25/01/2021 09:56:55 2 0
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You realise that the country was literally built on their citizen's right to protest?
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25/01/2021 08:43:12 1 8
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It's a good job all Brady has to do is pass the ball. At 43, he looks to have all the natural mobility, strength and power of a 3 week old lettuce. What other contact sport allows you to have a 43 year old as your most pivotal player? And best paid? I fear the final will see him embarrassed, but he's done a hell of a job dragging his team there.
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25/01/2021 08:52:35 4 1
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some 3 week old lettuce LOL
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25/01/2021 12:39:03 2 0
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Um, football. Goalkeepers are often in their 40s and are pivotal. Buffon for example.
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25/01/2021 08:44:18 7 1
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The GOAT vs The Kid
Sounds so much better than Osi's 'baby GOAT' thing
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25/01/2021 14:55:13 2 1
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Bit weird calling Brady the kid, he's 43.
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25/01/2021 08:39:41 4 12
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Will the BBC do an artical about the lack of diversity in American football?
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25/01/2021 08:46:33 6 1
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Diversity? Look at a football team, the diversity is huge, as long as you're around 6ft tall, 13st, with high levels of aerobic fitness.
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25/01/2021 09:35:37 1 0
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6ft? That's a bit short. 13 st - 182 lbs? OK for a kicker perhaps :-)
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25/01/2021 08:47:05 1 0
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Clearly you do as you have commented!! Tube!!
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25/01/2021 08:48:58 35 2
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The Goat that nearly threw it away with 3 interceptions from 7 passes...Packers missed dead cert 2 point conversion in 4th quarter and why why why take field goal with 2 minutes to go....daft decision
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25/01/2021 08:56:02 19 2
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DAFT DECISION INDEED but IT WAS THE PRESSURE that buccs defence PUT on green bay the whole game , VERY MUCH like the week 6 game
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25/01/2021 09:15:00 3 0
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The Green Bay Head Coach spent most of the game going mad and shouting on the side-line. It really looked as if he had lost his cool for much of the game and I think that impacted on the play calling and rubbed off on the players too. As a Bucs fan it was great to see!!! Need to keep Tyreek and Kelce quiet in 2 weeks time - need to get the safety's back!! come on GOAT!!
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25/01/2021 10:07:31 5 1
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Those 3 interceptions were all 3rd down deep Hail Mary passes that didn’t give away good field positions to packers , looks bad in the stats but Not like giving it away from scoring positions or on short passes in your own half
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25/01/2021 10:36:15 1 1
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Agree
Rodgers bottled it
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25/01/2021 08:49:42 0 0
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Except it's nothing like rugby and more akin to Chess. Two teams, one attacks, one defends, then they swap. If you're going to make a comparison, at least make it a realistic one!!
For people outside America wondering what this spot is, it's a bit like rugby, only rugby is played by men! Removed
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25/01/2021 08:50:00 0 0
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How brave of you to criticise, using a pseudonym, in a different country, behind a keyboard.

I assume you play neither rugby nor American football?
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25/01/2021 08:51:46 8 18
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BBC = British Broadcasting Company

But if this is how low they need to go to justify the license fee.

RIP BBC
Another person with who is obviously useless at sport, no friends, no girlfriend and a small appendage writing about things they don't understand and trying to limit stories on the BBC to those only of interest to them. You should get out more. Removed
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25/01/2021 09:44:58 2 0
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British Broadcasting Corporation actually. "The British Broadcasting Corporation is a public service broadcaster, headquartered at Broadcasting House in Westminster, London." Look it up on Wikipedia. Or Websters perhaps :)
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25/01/2021 10:09:40 3 0
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You think the BBC should only report on British news?
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25/01/2021 10:42:50 1 0
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Username demonstrates you’re a one-trick dinosaur - go away.
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25/01/2021 08:43:12 1 8
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It's a good job all Brady has to do is pass the ball. At 43, he looks to have all the natural mobility, strength and power of a 3 week old lettuce. What other contact sport allows you to have a 43 year old as your most pivotal player? And best paid? I fear the final will see him embarrassed, but he's done a hell of a job dragging his team there.
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25/01/2021 08:52:35 4 1
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some 3 week old lettuce LOL
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25/01/2021 08:53:30 2 5
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Not an expert, but have watched quite a lot over the last 5 or 6 years. What baffles me is the God-like status given to quarterbacks. Without decent offensive linesmen in front of them [for protection] they can't do much at all, other than get sacked or, more likely, throw the ball away. Without decent wide receivers it doesn't matter how well you throw if he can't catch it ! It's a team sport !
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25/01/2021 09:29:33 2 0
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The game has so many aspects but appreciation of great 'O' lines is one that misses many. Great quaterback without a O line are just just average or under achieve luck Andrew Luck or Phillip Rivers. Average QB's with a good O line can look great like Goff
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25/01/2021 16:49:22 0 0
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True but he is the focal point of every play bar kicks. And he's the only player that someone on the opposition would like to take out of the game, on every play.
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25/01/2021 08:54:52 8 3
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What a story Tom Brady will be if Tampa Bay win the Superbowl. I was pleasantly surprised to see reduced crowds being allowed to attend the games. I thought the US was rife with Covid? Plenty of British sports teams will be wondering why they can't have reduced crowds too? I have 1st hand knowledge of how deadly it is, just wondering how it's possible over the pond.
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25/01/2021 08:57:07 3 4
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only in america
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25/01/2021 08:59:09 3 2
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Because they don't care - if a few thousand old dears pop their clogs, that's just the way it is.....
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25/01/2021 09:00:09 2 0
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It’s not universal, Florida is looser than other states on attending sports
In some cases it’s simply down to who the Governor is and which party he is in ie Maga or Democrat
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25/01/2021 09:02:44 0 0
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It's the individual states that set their rules and so some are tight and some are pretty lax I think. Some have had fans in all season, some just for the playoffs, whereas the 49ers were told they weren't even allowed in the stadium, let alone fans, so had to play their last 3 "home" games 700 miles away!
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25/01/2021 12:33:13 0 0
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Because "Return" - Re "Crowds", USA is a very big place. Look it up, many websites have info. Sure, they have lots of Covid, more deaths than anywhere (though true figures from Russia, China, India & much of the 3rd world will probably never be known). But like here, they have cities & big towns, far more virus than the country. Many Americans think it's all overstated still!

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25/01/2021 08:22:55 2 2
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Mahomes passed fit to play after a week following concussion. You would have thought the NFL would be cautious after the class action suit. No recognised return to play protocol in this league? I want to see Mahomes play, but in this day and age.....
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25/01/2021 08:55:43 1 0
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The protocols in the US state that a player has to return to their baseline status determined in the preseason, providing Mahomes did this he was always going to be cleared to play.
There are also significant fines that can be applied, so I cannot believe they would risk it with the possibility of facing $50,000 to $150,000. They could also lose draft picks if the situation calls for it.
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25/01/2021 08:48:58 35 2
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The Goat that nearly threw it away with 3 interceptions from 7 passes...Packers missed dead cert 2 point conversion in 4th quarter and why why why take field goal with 2 minutes to go....daft decision
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25/01/2021 08:56:02 19 2
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DAFT DECISION INDEED but IT WAS THE PRESSURE that buccs defence PUT on green bay the whole game , VERY MUCH like the week 6 game
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25/01/2021 08:57:00 5 0
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Rodgers and the Packers on their last drive to a ride on the Brady Bus to bottle town and they bottled it big time
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25/01/2021 08:54:52 8 3
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What a story Tom Brady will be if Tampa Bay win the Superbowl. I was pleasantly surprised to see reduced crowds being allowed to attend the games. I thought the US was rife with Covid? Plenty of British sports teams will be wondering why they can't have reduced crowds too? I have 1st hand knowledge of how deadly it is, just wondering how it's possible over the pond.
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25/01/2021 08:57:07 3 4
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only in america
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25/01/2021 12:34:30 0 0
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See my reply to Jock. Like here, they have Covid hotspots, and places far less affected.
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25/01/2021 08:22:55 2 2
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Mahomes passed fit to play after a week following concussion. You would have thought the NFL would be cautious after the class action suit. No recognised return to play protocol in this league? I want to see Mahomes play, but in this day and age.....
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25/01/2021 08:58:03 1 0
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Wales rugby player Josh Navidi, recently missed four months of the rugby season due to a single concussion incident. Playing one week after suffering concussion is ridiculous, but then again Mahomes earns $45m per 17 week season, and that type of investment requires sacrifices, even if one of them is your brain.....
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25/01/2021 08:58:46 9 2
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Packers made some crazy decisions for example taking the field goal with 2 minutes left. Should be a good final, I expect Mahommes and the Chiefs to win by 10+
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25/01/2021 16:52:53 1 0
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Yes David, they might (win by 10+). But they lost LT Fisher in this game, & you saw what Bucs D did to a GB offensive line that had given Rodgers terrific protection for just about the whole season? Plus the 2 Bucs injured safeties will be back for S'bowl. Oh, & Chiefs moved Remmers over to tackle for the rest of this game, HE got humiliated by Denver's D when Panthers lost S'bowl a few yrs ago!
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25/01/2021 08:54:52 8 3
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What a story Tom Brady will be if Tampa Bay win the Superbowl. I was pleasantly surprised to see reduced crowds being allowed to attend the games. I thought the US was rife with Covid? Plenty of British sports teams will be wondering why they can't have reduced crowds too? I have 1st hand knowledge of how deadly it is, just wondering how it's possible over the pond.
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25/01/2021 08:59:09 3 2
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Because they don't care - if a few thousand old dears pop their clogs, that's just the way it is.....
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25/01/2021 12:38:19 0 0
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Thx Dean, but that's a thoroughly ill-informed remark. "They don't care" stems from Trump, who didn't, and worse had no clue whatsoever in how to organise the Covid response, that in a country they repeatedly claim is the world's greatest. ALL countries have struggled with Covid, but their new admin will do better. Re NFL crowds, depends where. Like here, Covid stats vary by location.
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25/01/2021 08:54:52 8 3
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What a story Tom Brady will be if Tampa Bay win the Superbowl. I was pleasantly surprised to see reduced crowds being allowed to attend the games. I thought the US was rife with Covid? Plenty of British sports teams will be wondering why they can't have reduced crowds too? I have 1st hand knowledge of how deadly it is, just wondering how it's possible over the pond.
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25/01/2021 09:00:09 2 0
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It’s not universal, Florida is looser than other states on attending sports
In some cases it’s simply down to who the Governor is and which party he is in ie Maga or Democrat
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25/01/2021 10:50:07 2 0
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i don't refute your answer but the OP was about the limited crowds in limited crowds watching the games last night, neither of which were in in Florida.
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BBC = British Broadcasting Company

But if this is how low they need to go to justify the license fee.

RIP BBC
Another person with who is obviously useless at sport, no friends, no girlfriend and a small appendage writing about things they don't understand and trying to limit stories on the BBC to those only of interest to them. You should get out more. Removed