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The True Genius of the NFL (Super Bowl LIII brief recap)
About ten days after what many have considered to be the most boring Super Bowl in recent memory, much talk has been made about Brady getting his 6th ring, Gurley being completely obsolete (for reasons unknown) and McVay’s genius being stymied. But true students and fans of the game will know the truest take away from Super Bowl LIII is that the true genius of the NFL resides somewhere inside the hooded sweatshirt of Bill Belichick. Now, he may not have been wearing that trademark, self-cut short-sleeve sweatshirt, but he proved once again that he is one of the best, if not the best, coach of all time. And how has he done that? By doing the thing that every analyst who has ever covered the Patriots says he will: take away his opponent’s best offensive option. I refrained from saying player, because this Super Bowl was strange in the fact that the Rams didn’t use their best offensive player. I’m not going to speculate on any mysterious injuries or whatever might have kept Gurley out (especially because the Rams have been adamant about Gurley being healthy), but the Rams didn’t use their number one option. Plain and simple. Todd Gurley had his second straight All-Pro year, rushing for over 1200 yards, and had 17 touchdowns in 14 games. In order to have any shot in this game, the Rams needed to rely heavily on the run, given that they were the number three rushing offense in the league during the regular season. Now, CJ Anderson is no scrub. Prior to this year where he bounced around between teams, he rushed for over 1000 yards on a bad Denver team. And in the playoffs, he rushed for 167 yards in two games. But they needed Gurley to be that All-Pro. And the glimpses of him on the sideline, watching as his team struggled to gain any momentum on offense, was difficult to watch. For all the brilliance of McVay’s offensive mind, he looked like a middle schooler that wandered into a calculus class. Yet, through all the dilemmas of the Rams offense, it really comes back to Belichick and the Patriots defense. Gurley or not, the emphasis for the Patriots was twofold: stop the run, and pressure Goff. That might sound obvious and creating a game-plan is easy to do from the locker room, but executing that game-plan in the biggest game of the year, maybe even these players’ lives, is a completely different animal. As for the carrying out of the game-plan, the undeniable presence of the Patriots’ defensive line was impressive to watch. Overall, the Patriots held the Rams to 62 yards on 3.4 yards per carry. And even more impressive, when the Rams tried to run to the left, where Trey Flowers and Adrian Clayborn reside, they only gained 18 yards. Speaking of Clayborn, he was a wrecking ball in the pass game too, with an average separation from the quarterback of 3.62 yards (league average is 4.49 yards). Continuing with the second part of their game-plan, my MVP Donta Hightower made Goff’s life a nightmare, with 2 sacks and an average of 3.93 yards from the quarterback. Goff was obviously confused on most drop-backs by the consistent pressure Belichick was able to get from his defense. There was one singular play which was a living embodiment of how Belichick’s defense completely took control of the game: Duron Harmon on a blitz made a beeline into Goff’s chest, which led to a Stephon Gilmore interception. This game was not pretty for the fans. It wasn’t the flashy performance of gunslinging offense that the NFL has promoted. But it was a perfect example of the Belichick way. He is going to beat you by taking away what you do best and force you to adapt. In McVay’s case, he may be a genius but…well let’s just say he’s no Doug Pederson. If you enjoyed this, have any suggestions or any topics you'd like to hear my thoughts on, reach out to me at mjlandmess@gmail.com
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mjlandmesserupdated
The True Genius of the NFL (Super Bowl LIII brief recap)
About ten days after what many have considered to be the most boring Super Bowl in recent memory, much talk has been made about Brady getting his 6th ring, Gurley being completely obsolete (for reasons unknown) and McVay’s genius being stymied. But true students and fans of the game will know the truest take away from Super Bowl LIII is that the true genius of the NFL resides somewhere inside the hooded sweatshirt of Bill Belichick. Now, he may not have been wearing that trademark, self-cut short-sleeve sweatshirt, but he proved once again that he is one of the best, if not the best, coach of all time. And how has he done that? By doing the thing that every analyst who has ever covered the Patriots says he will: take away his opponent’s best offensive option. I refrained from saying player, because this Super Bowl was strange in the fact that the Rams didn’t use their best offensive player. I’m not going to speculate on any mysterious injuries or whatever might have kept Gurley out (especially because the Rams have been adamant about Gurley being healthy), but the Rams didn’t use their number one option. Plain and simple. Todd Gurley had his second straight All-Pro year, rushing for over 1200 yards, and had 17 touchdowns in 14 games. In order to have any shot in this game, the Rams needed to rely heavily on the run, given that they were the number three rushing offense in the league during the regular season. Now, CJ Anderson is no scrub. Prior to this year where he bounced around between teams, he rushed for over 1000 yards on a bad Denver team. And in the playoffs, he rushed for 167 yards in two games. But they needed Gurley to be that All-Pro. And the glimpses of him on the sideline, watching as his team struggled to gain any momentum on offense, was difficult to watch. For all the brilliance of McVay’s offensive mind, he looked like a middle schooler that wandered into a calculus class. Yet, through all the dilemmas of the Rams offense, it really comes back to Belichick and the Patriots defense. Gurley or not, the emphasis for the Patriots was twofold: stop the run, and pressure Goff. That might sound obvious and creating a game-plan is easy to do from the locker room, but executing that game-plan in the biggest game of the year, maybe even these players’ lives, is a completely different animal. As for the carrying out of the game-plan, the undeniable presence of the Patriots’ defensive line was impressive to watch. Overall, the Patriots held the Rams to 62 yards on 3.4 yards per carry. And even more impressive, when the Rams tried to run to the left, where Trey Flowers and Adrian Clayborn reside, they only gained 18 yards. Speaking of Clayborn, he was a wrecking ball in the pass game too, with an average separation from the quarterback of 3.62 yards (league average is 4.49 yards). Continuing with the second part of their game-plan, my MVP Donta Hightower made Goff’s life a nightmare, with 2 sacks and an average of 3.93 yards from the quarterback. Goff was obviously confused on most drop-backs by the consistent pressure Belichick was able to get from his defense. There was one singular play which was a living embodiment of how Belichick’s defense completely took control of the game: Duron Harmon on a blitz made a beeline into Goff’s chest, which led to a Stephon Gilmore interception. This game was not pretty for the fans. It wasn’t the flashy performance of gunslinging offense that the NFL has promoted. But it was a perfect example of the Belichick way. He is going to beat you by taking away what you do best and force you to adapt. In McVay’s case, he may be a genius but…well let’s just say he’s no Doug Pederson. If you enjoyed this, have any suggestions or any topics you'd like to hear my thoughts on, reach out to me at mjlandmess@gmail.com
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mjlandmesserupdated
The True Genius of the NFL (Super Bowl LIII brief recap)
About ten days after what many have considered to be the most boring Super Bowl in recent memory, much talk has been made about Brady getting his 6th ring, Gurley being completely obsolete (for reasons unknown) and McVay’s genius being stymied. But true students and fans of the game will know the truest take away from Super Bowl LIII is that the true genius of the NFL resides somewhere inside the hooded sweatshirt of Bill Belichick. Now, he may not have been wearing that trademark, self-cut short-sleeve sweatshirt, but he proved once again that he is one of the best, if not the best, coach of all time. And how has he done that? By doing the thing that every analyst who has ever covered the Patriots says he will: take away his opponent’s best offensive option. I refrained from saying player, because this Super Bowl was strange in the fact that the Rams didn’t use their best offensive player. I’m not going to speculate on any mysterious injuries or whatever might have kept Gurley out (especially because the Rams have been adamant about Gurley being healthy), but the Rams didn’t use their number one option. Plain and simple. Todd Gurley had his second straight All-Pro year, rushing for over 1200 yards, and had 17 touchdowns in 14 games. In order to have any shot in this game, the Rams needed to rely heavily on the run, given that they were the number three rushing offense in the league during the regular season. Now, CJ Anderson is no scrub. Prior to this year where he bounced around between teams, he rushed for over 1000 yards on a bad Denver team. And in the playoffs, he rushed for 167 yards in two games. But they needed Gurley to be that All-Pro. And the glimpses of him on the sideline, watching as his team struggled to gain any momentum on offense, was difficult to watch. For all the brilliance of McVay’s offensive mind, he looked like a middle schooler that wandered into a calculus class. Yet, through all the dilemmas of the Rams offense, it really comes back to Belichick and the Patriots defense. Gurley or not, the emphasis for the Patriots was twofold: stop the run, and pressure Goff. That might sound obvious and creating a game-plan is easy to do from the locker room, but executing that game-plan in the biggest game of the year, maybe even these players’ lives, is a completely different animal. As for the carrying out of the game-plan, the undeniable presence of the Patriots’ defensive line was impressive to watch. Overall, the Patriots held the Rams to 62 yards on 3.4 yards per carry. And even more impressive, when the Rams tried to run to the left, where Trey Flowers and Adrian Clayborn reside, they only gained 18 yards. Speaking of Clayborn, he was a wrecking ball in the pass game too, with an average separation from the quarterback of 3.62 yards (league average is 4.49 yards). Continuing with the second part of their game-plan, my MVP Donta Hightower made Goff’s life a nightmare, with 2 sacks and an average of 3.93 yards from the quarterback. Goff was obviously confused on most drop-backs by the consistent pressure Belichick was able to get from his defense. There was one singular play which was a living embodiment of how Belichick’s defense completely took control of the game: Duron Harmon on a blitz made a beeline into Goff’s chest, which led to a Stephon Gilmore interception. This game was not pretty for the fans. It wasn’t the flashy performance of gunslinging offense that the NFL has promoted. But it was a perfect example of the Belichick way. He is going to beat you by taking away what you do best and force you to adapt. In McVay’s case, he may be a genius but…well let’s just say he’s no Doug Pederson. If you enjoyed this, have any suggestions or any topics you'd like to hear my thoughts on, reach out to me at mjlandmess@gmail.com
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wstanley224
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in a stunningly low score of 13-3. I was sure the Rams, which were favored by analysts, would put up a better fight. What happened out there? The Patriots have won six Superbowls in the past 20 years, with an award winning offense and defense and led by Tom Brady. The first point of note is that the Rams has a strong offense, and defeated the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game utilizing this strength. The Rams had the second-best offense in the league, and we're going to bring it to Tom Brady's Patriots at the Superbowl. The Patriots' defense was strong enough to only let 3-points through. This was strong enough to make the game almost boring to watch. The slow grind of defense and defense between both teams was interesting. At the 4th quarter, it was anyone's game and tension finally rose. There were controversies regarding the half-time show, but to be honest, I didn't watch it. The game was a smooth ride for Tom Brady and the Patriots. The longest recorded punt was fun to observe. My predictions of a Tom Brady retirement and Rams' win were woefully incorrect. Back to Steem Monsters Season 7! What did everyone think of the game? Let me know in the comments below. Sources: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25921740/super-bowl-liii-was-greatest-defensive-performance-history-here-how-patriots-did-rams https://www-espn-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25920798/how-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii?amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&platform=amp&usqp=mq331AQCCAE%3D#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.espn.com%2Fnfl%2Fstory%2F_%2Fid%2F25920798%2Fhow-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii
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wstanley224
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in a stunningly low score of 13-3. I was sure the Rams, which were favored by analysts, would put up a better fight. What happened out there? The Patriots have won six Superbowls in the past 20 years, with an award winning offense and defense and led by Tom Brady. The first point of note is that the Rams has a strong offense, and defeated the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game utilizing this strength. The Rams had the second-best offense in the league, and we're going to bring it to Tom Brady's Patriots at the Superbowl. The Patriots' defense was strong enough to only let 3-points through. This was strong enough to make the game almost boring to watch. The slow grind of defense and defense between both teams was interesting. At the 4th quarter, it was anyone's game and tension finally rose. There were controversies regarding the half-time show, but to be honest, I didn't watch it. The game was a smooth ride for Tom Brady and the Patriots. The longest recorded punt was fun to observe. My predictions of a Tom Brady retirement and Rams' win were woefully incorrect. Back to Steem Monsters Season 7! What did everyone think of the game? Let me know in the comments below. Sources: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25921740/super-bowl-liii-was-greatest-defensive-performance-history-here-how-patriots-did-rams https://www-espn-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25920798/how-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii?amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&platform=amp&usqp=mq331AQCCAE%3D#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.espn.com%2Fnfl%2Fstory%2F_%2Fid%2F25920798%2Fhow-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii
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wstanley224
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle
Patriots Took Superbowl 53 with a Stunning Score- A Defensive Struggle The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in a stunningly low score of 13-3. I was sure the Rams, which were favored by analysts, would put up a better fight. What happened out there? The Patriots have won six Superbowls in the past 20 years, with an award winning offense and defense and led by Tom Brady. The first point of note is that the Rams has a strong offense, and defeated the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game utilizing this strength. The Rams had the second-best offense in the league, and we're going to bring it to Tom Brady's Patriots at the Superbowl. The Patriots' defense was strong enough to only let 3-points through. This was strong enough to make the game almost boring to watch. The slow grind of defense and defense between both teams was interesting. At the 4th quarter, it was anyone's game and tension finally rose. There were controversies regarding the half-time show, but to be honest, I didn't watch it. The game was a smooth ride for Tom Brady and the Patriots. The longest recorded punt was fun to observe. My predictions of a Tom Brady retirement and Rams' win were woefully incorrect. Back to Steem Monsters Season 7! What did everyone think of the game? Let me know in the comments below. Sources: http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25921740/super-bowl-liii-was-greatest-defensive-performance-history-here-how-patriots-did-rams https://www-espn-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25920798/how-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii?amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&platform=amp&usqp=mq331AQCCAE%3D#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.espn.com%2Fnfl%2Fstory%2F_%2Fid%2F25920798%2Fhow-patriots-defense-stymied-sean-mcvay-super-bowl-liii
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bwar
Why I Boycotted The Super Bowl
Over the years the Super Bowl has turned into a global phenomenon, each year it feels like it's less about the game and more about everything happening around the game. You have the Super Bowl parties, all about getting together, seeing friends and family, enjoying food, and maybe even watching the game. You have the commercials, which are occasionally more exciting than the game, in fact some people only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, making it probably the only TV event suffering from that. And then you have the glitzy Super Bowl Half-Time show, with it's star studded line ups, super guests and epic moments. This year I found those non-football elements being the only things drawing me towards the game, the football itself had completely lost my interest. There was heaps of controversy from the Conference Championships and the way everything was handled left a very sour taste in my mouth. The game is supposed to be about finding out who the best team is and crowning a champion and that's just not what happened this year. Both Conference Championship games were plagued with game changing errors by the officials, that teams and fans had no way to correct. The most egregious error came in the Saints - Rams game were the officials missed the most blatant pass interference call I've ever seen in my life. The only people who didn't see it were the officials on the field and that one horribly blown call by the officials changed the outcome of the game. Not only was there blatant pass interference but also a helmet to helmet hit on a defenseless receiver. Even the defender thought the play was pass interference: That's a real bad look for the league and football in general. Instead of a first down on the 13 yard line, the Saints have to settle for a field goal and eventually lose the game in overtime. Had the Saints scored a touchdown, they almost seal their berth in the Super Bowl. An embarrassing moment for the NFL and football in general. Source What would be really funny is if the Patriots - Chiefs game had even more game changing ridiculous officiating: KC up by four, Patriots have the ball 3rd and 7, incomplete pass, about to be fourth down and KC getting the ball with 7 minutes left on the clock. Then the refs step in with a phantom roughing the passer call, automatic first down leading to the Patriots eventually winning the game in overtime. A total embarrassment to the league. And after having officiating change the outcome of both Conference Championships, how does the NFL respond? By saying it was just human error and nothing they could do about it. What a joke, a league that's unwilling to kneel beside it's players, unwilling to make the right call and unworthy of having me tune into their farce of a Super Bowl. Worst part about all this is that I could fix all this in about five minutes. Remove the coaches challenges and instead have off field officials reviewing the game in real time and overturning any game changing mistakes. No one saw the pass interference? Well the referee with instant replay at his disposal sure did and a simple call down to the on field officials changes the Super Bowl from Patriots - Rams to Saints - Chiefs and gives a shred of integrity back to the game.
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bwar
Why I Boycotted The Super Bowl
Over the years the Super Bowl has turned into a global phenomenon, each year it feels like it's less about the game and more about everything happening around the game. You have the Super Bowl parties, all about getting together, seeing friends and family, enjoying food, and maybe even watching the game. You have the commercials, which are occasionally more exciting than the game, in fact some people only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, making it probably the only TV event suffering from that. And then you have the glitzy Super Bowl Half-Time show, with it's star studded line ups, super guests and epic moments. This year I found those non-football elements being the only things drawing me towards the game, the football itself had completely lost my interest. There was heaps of controversy from the Conference Championships and the way everything was handled left a very sour taste in my mouth. The game is supposed to be about finding out who the best team is and crowning a champion and that's just not what happened this year. Both Conference Championship games were plagued with game changing errors by the officials, that teams and fans had no way to correct. The most egregious error came in the Saints - Rams game were the officials missed the most blatant pass interference call I've ever seen in my life. The only people who didn't see it were the officials on the field and that one horribly blown call by the officials changed the outcome of the game. Not only was there blatant pass interference but also a helmet to helmet hit on a defenseless receiver. Even the defender thought the play was pass interference: That's a real bad look for the league and football in general. Instead of a first down on the 13 yard line, the Saints have to settle for a field goal and eventually lose the game in overtime. Had the Saints scored a touchdown, they almost seal their berth in the Super Bowl. An embarrassing moment for the NFL and football in general. Source What would be really funny is if the Patriots - Chiefs game had even more game changing ridiculous officiating: KC up by four, Patriots have the ball 3rd and 7, incomplete pass, about to be fourth down and KC getting the ball with 7 minutes left on the clock. Then the refs step in with a phantom roughing the passer call, automatic first down leading to the Patriots eventually winning the game in overtime. A total embarrassment to the league. And after having officiating change the outcome of both Conference Championships, how does the NFL respond? By saying it was just human error and nothing they could do about it. What a joke, a league that's unwilling to kneel beside it's players, unwilling to make the right call and unworthy of having me tune into their farce of a Super Bowl. Worst part about all this is that I could fix all this in about five minutes. Remove the coaches challenges and instead have off field officials reviewing the game in real time and overturning any game changing mistakes. No one saw the pass interference? Well the referee with instant replay at his disposal sure did and a simple call down to the on field officials changes the Super Bowl from Patriots - Rams to Saints - Chiefs and gives a shred of integrity back to the game.
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bwar
Why I Boycotted The Super Bowl
Over the years the Super Bowl has turned into a global phenomenon, each year it feels like it's less about the game and more about everything happening around the game. You have the Super Bowl parties, all about getting together, seeing friends and family, enjoying food, and maybe even watching the game. You have the commercials, which are occasionally more exciting than the game, in fact some people only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, making it probably the only TV event suffering from that. And then you have the glitzy Super Bowl Half-Time show, with it's star studded line ups, super guests and epic moments. This year I found those non-football elements being the only things drawing me towards the game, the football itself had completely lost my interest. There was heaps of controversy from the Conference Championships and the way everything was handled left a very sour taste in my mouth. The game is supposed to be about finding out who the best team is and crowning a champion and that's just not what happened this year. Both Conference Championship games were plagued with game changing errors by the officials, that teams and fans had no way to correct. The most egregious error came in the Saints - Rams game were the officials missed the most blatant pass interference call I've ever seen in my life. The only people who didn't see it were the officials on the field and that one horribly blown call by the officials changed the outcome of the game. Not only was there blatant pass interference but also a helmet to helmet hit on a defenseless receiver. Even the defender thought the play was pass interference: That's a real bad look for the league and football in general. Instead of a first down on the 13 yard line, the Saints have to settle for a field goal and eventually lose the game in overtime. Had the Saints scored a touchdown, they almost seal their berth in the Super Bowl. An embarrassing moment for the NFL and football in general. Source What would be really funny is if the Patriots - Chiefs game had even more game changing ridiculous officiating: KC up by four, Patriots have the ball 3rd and 7, incomplete pass, about to be fourth down and KC getting the ball with 7 minutes left on the clock. Then the refs step in with a phantom roughing the passer call, automatic first down leading to the Patriots eventually winning the game in overtime. A total embarrassment to the league. And after having officiating change the outcome of both Conference Championships, how does the NFL respond? By saying it was just human error and nothing they could do about it. What a joke, a league that's unwilling to kneel beside it's players, unwilling to make the right call and unworthy of having me tune into their farce of a Super Bowl. Worst part about all this is that I could fix all this in about five minutes. Remove the coaches challenges and instead have off field officials reviewing the game in real time and overturning any game changing mistakes. No one saw the pass interference? Well the referee with instant replay at his disposal sure did and a simple call down to the on field officials changes the Super Bowl from Patriots - Rams to Saints - Chiefs and gives a shred of integrity back to the game.
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wstanley224
A week before Superbowl 53- Predictions and Preparations and Steem Monsters Tournament Updates
The excitement is in the air for Superbowl LIII, and fans of the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are getting ready for it. Analysts still favor the Rams due to their defeat of the Chiefs at the AFC Championship despite the disputed pass call made. I am personally excited to watch this game, and will be rooting for the New England Patriots after watching them in prior Superbowls. Questions hang in the air before the game begins. Will the Rams' stunning offense be able to overcome the well-oiled machine that is the Patriots led by Tom Brady? Will Tom Brady retire after this Superbowl. The Rams fan sendoff was well attended, and with an offense like what they have, this game is going to be entertaining. As a fun aside, Steem Monsters is charging up for a new season. There will be changes to how players are paid out, the wagering system and how STEEM and SBD are paid into the system. You can read more here: https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize Sources: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl/ https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/patriots-vs-rams-how-to-watch-super-bowl-53-on-tv-stream-date-location-more-details/ https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/lot-fans-actually-showed-rams-send-off-rally-sunday-194936152.html
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wstanley224
A week before Superbowl 53- Predictions and Preparations and Steem Monsters Tournament Updates
The excitement is in the air for Superbowl LIII, and fans of the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are getting ready for it. Analysts still favor the Rams due to their defeat of the Chiefs at the AFC Championship despite the disputed pass call made. I am personally excited to watch this game, and will be rooting for the New England Patriots after watching them in prior Superbowls. Questions hang in the air before the game begins. Will the Rams' stunning offense be able to overcome the well-oiled machine that is the Patriots led by Tom Brady? Will Tom Brady retire after this Superbowl. The Rams fan sendoff was well attended, and with an offense like what they have, this game is going to be entertaining. As a fun aside, Steem Monsters is charging up for a new season. There will be changes to how players are paid out, the wagering system and how STEEM and SBD are paid into the system. You can read more here: https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize Sources: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl/ https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/patriots-vs-rams-how-to-watch-super-bowl-53-on-tv-stream-date-location-more-details/ https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/lot-fans-actually-showed-rams-send-off-rally-sunday-194936152.html
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wstanley224
A week before Superbowl 53- Predictions and Preparations and Steem Monsters Tournament Updates
The excitement is in the air for Superbowl LIII, and fans of the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are getting ready for it. Analysts still favor the Rams due to their defeat of the Chiefs at the AFC Championship despite the disputed pass call made. I am personally excited to watch this game, and will be rooting for the New England Patriots after watching them in prior Superbowls. Questions hang in the air before the game begins. Will the Rams' stunning offense be able to overcome the well-oiled machine that is the Patriots led by Tom Brady? Will Tom Brady retire after this Superbowl. The Rams fan sendoff was well attended, and with an offense like what they have, this game is going to be entertaining. As a fun aside, Steem Monsters is charging up for a new season. There will be changes to how players are paid out, the wagering system and how STEEM and SBD are paid into the system. You can read more here: https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize Sources: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl/ https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/patriots-vs-rams-how-to-watch-super-bowl-53-on-tv-stream-date-location-more-details/ https://steemit.com/steemmonsters/@steemmonsters/steem-monsters-rare-card-fantasy-story-contest-week-6-10-booster-pack-prize https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/lot-fans-actually-showed-rams-send-off-rally-sunday-194936152.html
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