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  1. Does anyone have that clip of Arians during the NFC championship game in Charlotte where he looked totally defeated and was shaking his head saying something like "I don't understand what happened?"
  2. if you are out of the broadcast area you can sign up for a free trial of NFL game pass and watch the game live
  3. Damn...something came up an I cannot watch the game live. Just signed up for a free trial of game pass so can watch later. I think Teddy will do very well. He makes quick decisions and is accurate...just what the doctor ordered. Offense will keep us in this game. GO PANTHERS!!!
  4. I think Luke would be good at it if he wanted to do it. That may not be what he wants to do.
  5. Wow...can't believe that has been 7 years. I was there...what a game. Hearing the crowd made me sad that we will not have that this year. Thanks for the video.
  6. The New England Patriots have informed veteran wide receiver Mohamed Sanu of their intention to release him, a source confirmed to ESPN. NFL Network first reported the news. The Patriots acquired Sanu last October from the Atlanta Falcons for a second-round pick, a significant investment that resulted in Sanu playing only nine games Still, the move doesn't come as a surprise due to a combination of finances and overall fit in the Patriots' receiving corps. Sanu was due to earn $6.5 million this season, which is a high figure based on his projected role as a No. 4
  7. I know this will get moved but..... https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/29797239/tom-seaver-hall-fame-pitcher-mets-legend-dies-75 Seaver, the galvanizing force who steered the New York Mets from the National League cellar to a stunning World Series title in 1969, has died. He was 75. The Hall said Wednesday night that Seaver died Monday from complications of Lewy body dementia and COVID-19. Seaver spent his final years in Calistoga, California. "He will always be the heart and soul of the Mets, the standard which all Mets aspire to," Mike Piazza, a former Mets catcher and Hall of Famer, tweeted when Seaver's dementia diagnosis was announced. Seaver's Career By The Numbers • 1967 NL Rookie of the Year • 3-time Cy Young Award winner ('69, '73, '75) • 12-time All-Star • '69 World Series champion • Inducted into Baseball HOF in '92 • 311 career wins (18th all time) • 3,640 career K's (sixth all time) • 9 straight 200 K seasons (longest streak in MLB history) • 1 of 8 pitchers with 3,500 K's and 300 wins • Only player in MLB history to strike out 10 straight batters Nicknamed "Tom Terrific" and "The Franchise," Seaver was a five-time 20-game winner and the 1967 NL Rookie of the Year. He went 311-205 with a 2.86 ERA, 3,640 strikeouts and 61 shutouts during an illustrious career that lasted from 1967-86. Tom was a gentleman who represented the best of our national pastime," commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement. "He was synonymous with the New York Mets and their unforgettable 1969 season. "After their improbable World Series championship, Tom became a household name to baseball fans -- a responsibility he carried out with distinction throughout his life," he said. Seaver's plaque in Cooperstown lauds him as a "power pitcher who helped change the New York Mets from lovable losers into formidable foes." He changed not only their place in the standings but the team's stature in people's minds. "Tom Seaver hated to lose," said Jerry Grote, his longtime catcher with the Mets.
  8. Very sorry for your loss. I am appalled at how many people are so callous to the death of 185,000+ Americans. All those people have families and friends who loved and valued them. People who view the tragic loss of life as insignificant share that trait with a horrific group in history. My sincere condolences on your uncle's death.
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