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Super Bowl LIII - Rams vs Patriots

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On February 3rd, if watching the Rams play the Patriots in the Super Bowl evokes some deja vu, it's because the Rams and Patriots played in the Super Bowl 17 years ago on February 3rd, 2002. It was Brady and the Patriots first Super Bowl.

 

We've come full circle.

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Yeah this is crazy.   They didn't even have an HD broadcast back then lol.  The Pats 1st Super Bowl in the history of their franchise with Brady and Belichick no less.  Kurt Warner for the Rams.    Grant Wistrom!  Pretty good stuff. 

 

 

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The people want SpongeBob's "Sweet Victory" played at the Super Bowl and Maroon 5 might just give it to them

 

SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg died last year, giving way to tides of tributes and a renewed appreciation for just how groundbreaking the animator’s vision truly was. In the wake of his passing, a Change.org petition . urged fans to rally behind a Super Bowl halftime show performance of “Sweet Victory,” the muscular, Halen-esque anthem SpongeBob belts at Bikini Bottom’s Bubble Bowl.

 

Currently, the petition sports more than 1.1 million signatures, and some are speculating that Maroon 5, who just so happen to be playing the Super Bowl halftime show, might be responsible for a few of them. SpongeBob, you see, makes a brief cameo in a promotional clip the band posted to Twitter. The only cartoon in a sea of hyperkinetic concert footage, he appears roughly 32 seconds in. Curious, no?

 

 

 

Here's the full song:

 

 

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Suh has been at his best for Los Angeles' postseason run to Super Bowl LIII

 

 

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As Suh prepares to play in his first Super Bowl, that’s pretty clear. While the Nebraska product played well in the regular season — recording 4.5 sacks, four passes defensed, and a pair of fumble recoveries — he’s clearly elevated his game in Los Angeles’ postseason run. Suh has been instrumental in the Rams allowing a combined 98 yards rushing on 43 attempts in two playoff games — good for an average of just 2.3 yards per carry.

 

Recording 1.5 sacks against the Saints last week, Suh has made eight postseason tackles — two for loss — with four quarterback hits.

 

“Ndamukong has not only had two good back-to-back, he’s had two great back-to-back games,” defensive coordinator Wade Phillips said on Friday. “And I think we’re used to seeing him play well and have some good games. But I think these last two have been his best. And when he’s at his best, he’s hard to stop.”

 

 

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20 hours ago, B.B. Hemingway said:

Brady's the GOAT.... Impossible not other admire his competitiveness.

 

Yeah I agree.

 

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, The Murphinator said:

What? Tony Romo is the best

 

I guess it's his delivery. I like the knowledge and insight he brings, but he also comes off as douchey and childish when he tries to be so exuberant and funny.

 

During the last 2 minutes of the game, he said "this should end the game" or something to that effect about six times. He just seems a little unprofessional. Maybe I'm just feeling old and cranky.

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I don't know.  I was pleasantly surprised by Romo's commentating abilities this year.  He's a little goofy at times in presentation but when he's talking x's and o's or just describing 'what' is happening on a particular play and breaking it down I really like what he has to say and it makes the game even more interesting to me.  I was never a Romo fan either.  

 

  

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6 hours ago, Ulty said:

 

I guess it's his delivery. I like the knowledge and insight he brings, but he also comes off as douchey and childish when he tries to be so exuberant and funny.

 

During the last 2 minutes of the game, he said "this should end the game" or something to that effect about six times. He just seems a little unprofessional. Maybe I'm just feeling old and cranky.

 

He is probably the best commentator I have heard in years.

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