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1 hour ago, BBTV said:

Listening to the ESPN crew talk about the possible Wentz trade, and it's 100% clear that they just talk without doing even the least bit of actual research or reading ESPN's actual reports.  "Carson Wentz is coachable!  He wants to be coached!" one of them said with confidence... despite literally every story being about how he flat out told his coaches "no" all the time, refused to run plays he didn't like, and even told his coaches - in front of the team - that he wasn't going to re-run certain plays in practice because they 'don't work for me'.

 

It isn't that big of a shocker that a network that has become all about style over substance has anchors that have no idea how to do their job except spout out clickbait talking points.

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I've been pretty vocal about my opinion of Reid considering the fact that both kids have had multiple criminal offenses (one pulled a gun on people in a Target parking lot!), drug issues, and one even

We've only had one year and you got to experience 20. Lighten up, Francis.

Can we also note how awesome it was that the Browns did this while looking like the Browns instead wearing those clown suits they had been wearing the last few years?

3 hours ago, BBTV said:

 

When I read the trade rumor, I was like 'that first and last name don't go together'.  Kinda like "Jenifer Patel".

 

Listening to the ESPN crew talk about the possible Wentz trade, and it's 100% clear that they just talk without doing even the least bit of actual research or reading ESPN's actual reports.  "Carson Wentz is coachable!  He wants to be coached!" one of them said with confidence... despite literally every story being about how he flat out told his coaches "no" all the time, refused to run plays he didn't like, and even told his coaches - in front of the team - that he wasn't going to re-run certain plays in practice because they 'don't work for me'.

 

Sounds a lot like what some idiots say about Jared Goff.

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It really does break my heart to know there’s 2-year old children in this region of the county who have never seen their Patriots in a Super Bowl 😢

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18 minutes ago, Brass said:

It really does break my heart to know there’s 2-year old children in this region of the county who have never seen their Patriots in a Super Bowl 😢

Wait until you realize their are 11 month old children that have never seen their Chiefs in a Super Bowl. 

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1 hour ago, Brass said:

It really does break my heart to know there’s 2-year old children in this region of the county who have never seen their Patriots in a Super Bowl 😢

 

1 hour ago, AustinFromBoston said:

Wait until you realize their are 11 month old children that have never seen their Chiefs in a Super Bowl. 

 

Wait until you realize their are 18 year old children that have never seen their Buccaneers in a Super Bowl

 

Also wait until you realize their are 29 year olds who have never seen their Bengals win a playoff game

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11 minutes ago, Dilbert said:

 

 

Wait until you realize their are 18 year old children that have never seen their Buccaneers in a Super Bowl

 

Also wait until you realize their are 29 year olds who have never seen their Bengals win a playoff game

Wait til you hear there are  26-year-olds who haven’t seen their Cowboys in a Super Bowl

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25,000 people at the game my ass, there's gotta be way more than that in those seats

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Honestly, seeing a full stadium full of people makes all the other empty stadiums happening right now seem needless and archaic. I could've even understood opening up the lower bowl with some kind of "thank you first responders" banners up top. But this event total undermines all the crap we've gone through up to this point. Ugh, whatever. Go Bucs.

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1 hour ago, LA Fakers+ LA Snippers said:

Wait til you hear there are  26-year-olds who haven’t seen their Cowboys in a Super Bowl


Try 30 year olds... lmaoo. I was technically alive for the last 3 Cowboys Super Bowls, but I was a baby and thus, don’t remember it. 
 

 

I love the new scoreboard. Hope CBS keeps it. It’s very clean. 

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24 minutes ago, waltere said:

25,000 people at the game my ass, there's gotta be way more than that in those seats

 

The entire stadium is full. I don't see any empty seats.

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16 minutes ago, habsfan1 said:

 

The entire stadium is full. I don't see any empty seats.

 

A lot of those are just cardboard cutouts. Still seems like a bad idea, but it's definitely not packed.

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11 minutes ago, Red Wolf said:

 

A lot of those are just cardboard cutouts. Still seems like a bad idea, but it's definitely not packed.

 

Yea I take back what I said earlier about the at capacity remark. I totally didn't catch that the first time around. 

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6 minutes ago, Alex Houston said:

 

Yea I take back what I said earlier about the at capacity remark. I totally didn't catch that the first time around. 

But it does seem like the lower bowl is not as spread out as I thought it would. 

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