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NBA All-Stars need to prioritise their problems

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Last night, I was sitting in my sister’s kitchen as she made peanut butter jelly sandwiches for her five-year-old daughter.
But when my niece walked in, her face dropped dead. “Gross, I hate these sandwiches.”
Firstly, how can anyone not like PBandJ? It’s a classic! I have it second all-time for convenient sandwiches you can make at any time, right behind the chicken salad and just in front of the cheese and tomato.

Anyway, I’m not recounting this story just to showcase this utmost important list for you. I did it because my sister said something pretty resonating in response: “Well, there are kids out there with bigger problems than this.”
So, after hearing numerous NBA stars like LeBron James come out and point out their frustration with participating in an All-Star Game, I only have one response: “There are people with bigger problems than this.”
Before everybody starts commenting that suffering is a relative concept or something like that, look, I get it – these guys have worked incredibly hard to get where they are. And yes, their off-season was incredibly short, especially for Finals participants the Heat and Lakers.

I am also well aware that while the event will take place in fun-town Atlanta, the stars will not be allowed to exit the venue like in previous years and have to go through severe quarantine regulations away from their loved ones. The sacrifice is real.
Does LeBron have the right to complain about participating in the All-Star game? (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
But these are the difficult times that call on players to perform on some extra difficult hurdles. The reason Jay Williams told NBA players that their playoff bubble complaints were “falling on deaf ears” was because every single human being on this planet is struggling in the pandemic.
A pandemic that sees people’s small businesses go under and restricts people from seeing loved ones – yet, complaints from basketballers about having to follow strict protocols that protect them. Protocols that most people are not afforded because their work cannot afford them.
All from players receiving bucketloads of cash from not only salaries, but sponsors too. I just struggle to sympathise with it.
Now, I’m not saying that these players are doing a disservice to the fans by not performing in the event. While the All-Star game is okay to watch, it’s not important to me at all.
Off the top of my head, I couldn’t even tell you who won the last All-Star game, but I do remember it being fun to watch. In fact, now that I think about it, I cannot tell you which team won any all star game, ever.
This is coming from someone who can recite every NBA championship from the ’80s onwards like I’m singing the alphabet.

Instead, to not perform in the event or calling the contractual participation a “slap in the face” – talking to you, LeBron – is actually a disservice to the league. And that should matter.
“Okay, here’s the guy protesting on behalf of a multi-billion dollar organisation.”
Well, whether you like it or not, the league has lost a lot of money this year and that’s what the All-Star game brings in, and is built for – – n. That’s what it’s always been about and that’s what it’s always going to be about.

I can already hear Reverend Lovejoy screaming “Oh, but what about the fans?!”
Hate to break it to you, but the All-Star game is as much about the fans as Nike is about encouraging the acceptance of plus-sized models. Money is just what drives things and there has never been a more important time for it than now.
Here is a league that provides its privileged players with ‘generational wealth’. That means if you pick any All-Star, like Rudy Gobert for example, understand that his grandchildren – who are not even born yet – will see more wealth than I ever will.
Hell, he makes more money from a quarter of basketball than I have ever made in my life.
This is a league that puts their players on eternal pedestals where they are loved and adored by millions. A league that has provided players to live the elite life that so many kids dream about for playing a sport they love.
And they did work hard to get to this position, but I don’t think they necessarily deserve this much fortune.
They get it because as player mobility skyrockets while team loyalty continues to shrink, the product of the NBA has never been more clear.
It’s the players. Or more specifically: the star players.

The stars bring in viewership. The stars bring in seats. So the stars make the moolah.
Yes, they work incredibly hard and no, their lives are not perfect, but a lot of their wealth is circumstantial on the way the league operates.
So, complain as much as you want – it’s only human – but if any player pulls out, that’s just a bad look.
Be grateful, because “there are bigger problems than this”.

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NFL power rankings: Season’s end


Well, Tom Brady is getting all the accolades for winning another Super Bowl, but the real winner was Bucs running back LeSean McCoy, who has now won back-to-back Super Bowl titles – without playing a single down.
Work smarter, not harder. And now that’s all done and dusted, we can move on to the actual biggest event NFL calendar – the draft. Until then, here are the final rankings for this season.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (15-5)
Last ranking: 7 (Week 17)
A massive jump for Bruce Arians’ team, matching their massive accomplishments on the field. Winning seven straight games, three straight away playoff games and taking down quarterbacks like Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes on the way puts this lot on top. And don’t snooze either as a lot of the pieces from this year will be in place when they look to repeat.
Based on form, who’d bet against them?
2. Kansas City Chiefs (16-3)
Last ranking: 1
Nothing like throwing up a stinker at the big dance to ruin your offseason break. The Chiefs’ implosion in the Super Bowl brought back memories of the 2020 Penrith Panthers. They were the team all year, except when the lights were brightest. And for all the expectation of a Michael Jordan versus LeBron James, Muhammad Ali versus Mike Tyson inter-generational battle between Tom Brady and Mahomes, it ended up more like Mr Miyagi giving Daniel-san an absolute belting.
Don’t be fooled though, Mahomes played incredibly well.
(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
3. Buffalo Bills (15-4)
Last ranking: 2
A heck of a season for Buffalo brought a real feel-good factor for their fans and league observers alike. Attention will now turn to trying to go a step further and make it to the next Super Bowl. There’s just the small matter of the now disgruntled Chiefs to go through.
4. Green Bay Packers (14-4)
Last ranking: 3
Aaron Rodgers looked pretty grim in the immediate aftermath of losing the NFC championship game. Almost as grim as their defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, who was given the boot because of the loss. Plenty of heat went on coach Matt LeFleur for taking a field goal in the red zone, but really Rodgers was the guy who lost his nerve by not running for a touchdown the play earlier.
Anyways, Rodgers’ situation in Green Bay is one that a lot of people are keeping an eye on.
5. New Orleans Saints (13-5)
Last ranking: 4
Even a few weeks on, we are not really much closer to knowing if Drew Brees will retire or not. Nothing has been confirmed, so the Saints are a little in limbo as they head into an offseason where they are projected to be nearly $80 million over the salary cap. Apparently, Brees has agreed to take a pay cut which indicates he will retire, but frankly I don’t know how that all works.
We’ll just wait and see.
(Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
6. Los Angeles Rams (11-7)
Last ranking: 13
They pulled off a good win against their arch-nemesis Seahawks in the wild card round, so they snared a decent bump in the rankings. After losing to Green Bay in the divisional round, the Rams have remained firmly in the limelight by pulling off a dramatic trade to swap quarterbacks with the Lions.
The Rams traded away former first overall draft pick Jared Goff and a heap of draft picks for Matt Stafford. I guess LA thinks they’re only one guy away and Sean McVay is keen to shoot their shot right now.
7. Seattle Seahawks (12-5)
Last ranking: 5
The disappointed Seahawks departed the playoff race with barely a whimper against a Rams side that started their backup quarterback (though we now have a better idea why that was). This week, Russell Wilson has started rattling the cage, so to speak, and expressing his discontent at the lack of progress in the squad.
Still plenty of solid pieces in the side, but it will be an interesting few months to come in Starbucks town.
8. Cleveland Browns (12-6)
Last ranking: 8
Cleveland fans must have been pinching themselves as they rolled out to a 28-0 lead over the Steelers in their wild card playoff game. In fact, they’ll probably have screen-shotted a bunch of pictures, blown them up, framed them and taken them straight to the pool room.
Some thought they would bump the Chiefs out of the playoffs the following week too, as Patrick Mahomes left the game with a concussion. But alas, the Browns didn’t quite have it in them, so it’ll be back to camp to make the necessary improvements.
(Photo by Nick Cammett/Diamond Images/Getty Images)
9. Baltimore Ravens (12-6)
Last ranking: 11
‘This time it’s personal’ was exactly what Lamar Jackson said before heading to Tennessee to take on the Titans in the playoffs. At least, that’s what I like to think he said, because they rolled into Nissan Stadium and stomped all over the Titans midfield logo – literally and figuratively – on their way to victory.
They did get bounced out in the cold of Buffalo the following week and will look to add some weapons for Jackson in the offseason.
10. Tennessee Titans (11-6)
Last ranking: 9
‘This time it’s personal’ is what Derrick Henry and the Titans will be saying the next time they play the Ravens. Although technically, Tennessee did make it personal in the first place for the Ravens, so now it’s like a layer cake of personal. Which makes for a delicious next meeting between these two personalities. See what I did there? Okay, I’ll get my coat…
11. Indianapolis Colts (11-6)
Last ranking: 10
Seriously, if I hear one more Carson Wentz trade to Indy rumour, I’ll…actually, I won’t do anything, because it would be an interesting move. Everyone’s assuming ole ‘Side Arm Sam’ (Philip Rivers) is off to retire and have more kids, though no official word has been made yet. He did actually play pretty well down the stretch and in the playoffs too, so maybe he might want to come back? Who knows.
(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
12. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-5)
Last ranking: 6
What in the world happened to the Steelers? Remember when they were 11-0? Okay, they did flatter to deceive to get to that record, but from there it was grim. Really grim. Now, they are another team riding the quarterback carousel as Big Ben says he wants to return and is willing to restructure his contract to help ease the salary cap squeeze.
Apparently, that indicates he’s coming back, while Drew Brees did a similar thing, but is retiring. Like I said, I don’t understand these things.
13. Miami Dolphins (10-6)
Last week: 12
When did people start getting so impatient with their quarterbacks? I know Josh Rosen was the victim of a coaching change plus first overall draft pick (call it the perfect storm) in Arizona. That meant he was out after a season. But in Miami, there have been whispers about Tua Time being over already?
He only played about seven games. I get that if the Texans were willing to part ways with Deshaun Watson, then yeah get that deal done, but short of that, where is the faith?
14. Chicago Bears (8-8)
Last ranking: 14
To Trubisky, or not to Trubisky? That is the question. Mitch Trubisky’s contract is set to expire, so the Chicago brass must figure out what to do with the former second overall draft pick, one that the team ruined their future drafts for while not picking Patrick Mahomes or Deshaun Watson. Not that I’m bitter.
Anyways, like I said, they need to make a call on the most pivotal position and despite Trubisky playing well down the stretch, Pro Football Focus actually has Mitch rated 66th on their list of league-wide free agents. That ain’t a great sign.

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15. Arizona Cardinals (8-8)
Last ranking: 15
Quarterbacks aren’t the only ones pondering retirement this year. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is making Cards nation wait on whether he will be back for an 18th year. Arizona’s defensive line coach Brentson Buckner jumped the gun following their last regular-season game, claiming the “last ride” with Fitzgerald and that the countdown to his Hall of Fame induction had begun.
Since then? No word at all, especially not from Fitz himself. One more ride would be nice though.
16. Los Angeles Chargers (7-9)
Last ranking: 18
I gave the Chargers a little bump over the Raiders despite having a slightly inferior record. Partly as they won four straight games to finish off the year, partly because their superstar quarterback Justin Herbert will have a full off-season to improve his game (which is scary) and also due to the hiring of Brandon Staley as head coach. Staley was defensive coordinator for the Rams, whose defence was the league’s best.
Having lost a lot of close games, the Chargers only need a slight improvement from their defence and they can do very well next year.
(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
17. Las Vegas Raiders (8-8)
Last ranking: 15
Jon Gruden and his Las Vegas coaching staff have plenty to ponder in the coming months. At quarterback, they are still not sure about Derek Carr (probably never will be), are looking at trading backup Marcus Mariota, oh and a guy named Deshaun Watson said he would like to go to Vegas (to play football that is). Free-agent Tik-Toker/wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster is also keen to play inside the Death Star and pay less income tax.
Also, the defence is a shambles, so yeah, there’s a bit to think about.
18. Washington Football Team (7-9)
Last ranking: 17
Before the Buccaneers conquered the NFL, they had to get past a tricky team in the playoffs called the Team. Washington was not expected to make any real noise, however, one name emerged from their wild-card defeat to the Bucs – Taylor Heinicke. Who? Up till that point, he was a maths teacher who had been on WFT’s practice squad but ended up starting at quarterback against Tampa Bay.
And judging by what they would do the following weeks – he played extremely well. The question in the capital now though is, will he be the guy moving forward? That mathematical formula is a tricky one to figure out.
19. Minnesota Vikings (7-9)
Last ranking: 19
The Vikings are another side who aren’t that far away. They just need to bolster the pass rush before next season and they will be a problem for a lot of teams. Wide receivers Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen are an excellent combo and Kirk Cousins is pretty decent – that’s assuming they don’t trade for another quarterback in this impatient league. They will need to do some tinkering too, as they are projected to be nearly $8 million over the salary cap.
20. New England Patriots (7-9)
Last ranking: 20
Started a bit of a joke tally for these guys, involving Bill Belichick versus Tom Brady. At Week two the score was Belichick 1, Brady 1. I did stop counting from then on, but just like in the bad horror movies – it’s back for one last scare. Final season tally Brady 20, Belichick 6. Looking forward to Bill getting his defence back next year though (COVID willing).
(Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
21. San Francisco 49ers (6-10)
Last ranking: 21
They lost a bunch of defensive stars during the season, then star defensive coach Robert Saleh after it had all finished. It will be a bit of a rebuild for the 9ers, though if they can get healthy, they have a lot going for them. And what’s with all the Jimmy G haters? Guy misses one throw in the Super Bowl and all of a sudden, he’s no good?
That’s really harsh. Let’s see if he returns to the team and to form next year.
22. New York Giants (6-10)
Last ranking: 22
Big Blue fought hard and very nearly snuck an undeserved playoff spot from the NFC Least. Next year they will hopefully welcome back a fully fit Saquon Barkley, however, they are expected to be nearly $4 million over the projected salary cap. So basically, a team that wasn’t very good anyway has to make itself worse by cutting players to get under the cap.
You don’t need to be a Taylor Heinicke maths teacher to know that is not a good equation.
23. Dallas Cowboys (6-10)
Last ranking: 23
I am always astounded by just how much grief the Cowboys get on social media. Why are they so derided? On that same note though, lots of the jokes are very funny. Saw one where they had found a way for Tom Brady to not win the Super Bowl – they had digitally imposed him into a Cowboys uniform.
Then there was the meme saying that Tom Brady’s daughter had held the Vince Lombardi more times than the Cowboys had won playoff games in the last 20 years. Sure, it’s a bit long-winded, but it’s still compelling.
(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
24. Denver Broncos (5-11)
Last ranking: 24
In New Orleans, the question is ‘what will Drew do?’, while in Denver it is ‘what will we do with Drew?’. Actually, that gives me an idea – if Drew Brees retires, Denver should trade Drew Lock to New Orleans. I mean he’d give you something back for your investment (though not a lot) and New Orleans can make him the new Drew.
Because as we all remember, Drew Brees was certainly not Drew Brees when he signed with the Saints, if you know what I mean.
25. Carolina Panthers (5-11)
Last ranking: 25
Alrighty then, let’s pour that glass to half full in Charlotte. Carolina owns the eighth overall draft pick, meaning they could be in the hunt for a big-name quarterback. They could also trade to go higher. Also, they will get the CMC Music Factory (Christian McCaffrey) back next season as well as nearly $12 million in salary-cap space. All those things considered, they could start making some sweet music pretty soon.
26. Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1)
Last ranking: 26
Alright, listen here, you bumble-licious Bungles. Positive things will happen for you this year. You will get the best offensive lineman in the draft – Penei Sewell – and maybe even double down on another in the second round too. Then you get Joe Burrow back, he’ll start smoking a cigar on the field, which would be the epitome of cool. Then you’re going win a bunch of games and get to 7-9.
Got it? Good. Love me some positivity.
(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
27. Detroit Lions (5-11)
Last ranking: 27
In the land of kneecap biting, things are looking up. Well, they are always looking up in Detroit, because frankly they are always down the bottom. So where else are they going to look? Not hugely excited about the Jared Goff trade, but there is hope in the fact they hold the Rams’ first-round draft picks for the next millennium. Can’t wait to see what new and inventive ways they can think of to completely blow those picks.
28. Atlanta Falcons (4-12)
Last ranking: 30
A huge jump in the rankings for the Failcons due to the out-of-hours implosions by Houston and Philly. Atlanta picks fourth in the draft, so there is plenty of intrigue as to how new general manager Terry Fontenot plays it with new head coach Arthur Smith. Draft scenarios are currently all over the map for that pick, but I’m sure there’ll be another 65,000 mock drafts to clear that all up before April.
(Todd Kirkland/Icon Sportswire)
29. Philadelphia Eagles (4-11-1)
Last ranking: 28
How the hell you go get fired on your day off? It was a great line from the movie Friday, but also the truth when it comes to Eagles ex-head coach Doug Pederson, who decided to lose a game in prime time to “see what he had”. Turns out he had a job, which he now does not.
No one knows what on earth is happening with Carson Wentz (loud trade rumours are floating) and what will be left for new head coach Nick Sirianni to work with. Yikes.
30. New York Jets (2-14)
Last week: 30
I thought the Jets did well to finish 31st on the season and now – even better at 30th. They fired Adam Gase and now it’s Robert Saleh’s team to try and infuse with some sort of energy. While his forte is defence, the big question swirls around Sam Darnold and what to do with the number two overall pick. Keep him and build around him? Or replace?

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31. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-15)
Last ranking: 32
Not even the Jags finish last – what is going on here? But it didn’t take long for coach Urban Meyer to screw up in the NFL. He hired Chris Doyle – a strength and conditioning coach. Nothing wrong with that, right? Not at all.
Unless you have an issue with his hiring drawing an immense backlash, due to multiple complaints of racism from his previous job. This current job? Lasted one day, as he resigned amid a suitable uproar. Well done Jags. Good job.
32. Houston Texans (4-12)
Last ranking: 29
You know when you go to the supermarket and you see a kid absolutely lose the plot? That is what is happening at Texans HQ.
(Photo by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
These are not fun times in Houston. The teams top two icons, Deshaun Watson and JJ Watt, want out. Watt has already been released, while Watson is stuck in limbo. Management says they will definitely not trade him, while Watson really doesn’t want to play for this team. Plus, they’ve brought in an incredibly underwhelming new head coach and there has even been a resignation by their team president.
No idea where this is leading, but make sure you have the popcorn at the ready.
Final note: it’s been an absolute blast bringing you news, insights, song and movie references, plus plain idiocy this season folks. So, stay safe and will have more madness coming your way for the NFL draft.

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All Stars Fight Night boxing live stream: How to watch Rugby League Rivals online an on TV

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A who’s who of past and present NRL legends, including Sam Thaiday, Willie Mason and Josh Papalii, will take to the boxing ring on Friday for the All Stars Fight Night. Keen to catch all the action? This is The Roar’s guide to watching the event on TV, or tuning into an All Stars Fight Night live stream.
The main card begins at 7pm (AEDT), featuring controversial journeyman Todd Carney battling Wests Tigers premiership captain Scott Prince. The full main card is as follows:
Fight 1: Todd Carney vs Scott PrinceFight 2: Craig Gower vs Matt BowenFight 3: Sandor Earl vs Justin HodgesFight 4: Willie Mason vs Sam ThaidayFight 5: Junior Paulo vs Neville CostiganFight 6: Josh Papalii vs Ben Hannant
Papalii versus Hannant is the headline act for the night. That fight is scheduled to begin at roughly 9:15pm (AEDT).
All fights will be three rounds of two minutes each.
How to watch All Stars Fight Night on TV
As with most boxing events in Australia, the only way to watch this fight on TV is through Foxtel’s pay-per-view service, Main Event. They will cover all six fights for the evening, beginning at 7pm (AEDT), while the undercard will be shown on Fox League from 6:30pm.
To access Main Event, you’ll need a valid Foxtel subscription already. The event will set you back $49.95.
How to live stream All Stars Fight Night

Just like on TV, Main Event is your only option for watching all six fights online. You’re able to purchase the stream a number of different ways, but it’s easiest to just go through the Main Event website.
The undercard will be available to watch through Kayo Sports, which also requires a separate subscription, from 6:30pm (AEDT), but far as we can tell the main card won’t be shown on Kayo.

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The GOAT and the WORM: Super Bowl 55 in review

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Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM. The Worst of Recent Memory!
A one-sided contest saw betting underdogs the Tampa Bay Buccaneers run out convincing 31-9 winners.
The game was a horror show for Kansas City, whose defence was barely allowed to play by the zebras. Some of the early penalties on the Chiefs defence were purely fanciful officiating and kept some Tampa Bay drives rolling. This resulted in Tom Brady throwing his first-ever first-quarter Super Bowl touchdown. What a crazy stat.
Brady finished up throwing three touchdown passes including the first two to his longtime partner in crime, Rob Gronkowski, as they surpassed Joe Montana and Jerry Rice for the most passer to receiver touchdowns in Super Bowl history.
On the other side, Patrick Mahomes was flustered, particularly in the second half where he was continuously forced to run up to 20 yards backwards and fling desperate passes to his well-covered receivers. Towards the end, it got quite brutal for Mahomes who took a number of heavy hits from a ruthless Buccaneers defence.
The ESPN commentary for some reason featured two guys I hadn’t heard all season long. While the US national coverage was presented by the entertaining A-team of Jim Nance and Tony Romo, we in Australia didn’t even get the B-team. Instead we suffered through the Zzz-team, who kept making obscure references about Australia. Thanks a lot, ESPN.
The halftime show was abysmal. Whatever happened to legendary rock bands taking the Super Bowl stage? The young guy tried hard and reportedly spent $7 million of his own cash on the show.
He had a couple of catchy tunes and I have nothing against having solo artists do the show, but it would be nice to see a big stadium rock band at least every other year. After all, it’s in a big stadium!
Super Bowl 55 was the absolute WORM for me, after an absolute WORM of a year for everybody.

But I take solace in another amazing chapter for the GOAT, Mr Tom Brady, and an end to the nonsensical suggestions that his championship feats will ever be surpassed or even equalled.
End rant.

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History awaits in Super Bowl of subplots

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Someone will make history in a Super Bowl so filled with storylines it would fill a season of TV programming.
Tom Brady going for a seventh ring. Patrick Mahomes, the apparent heir to the quarterbacking summit, seeking a second in a row with Kansas City – something no team has done since Brady led New England to the double in the 2003 and ’04 seasons.
Brady, 43 is in his tenth NFL title game, but with a new outfit, the Buccaneers – who happen to call Tampa home. Yes, Tampa, Florida, where the Super Bowl is being played on Sunday (Monday AEDT). No team has played in the big one in their home stadium previously.
“There’s a lot that comes along with the Super Bowl,” says Rob Gronkowski, the three-time champion tight end who came out of retirement to reunite with Brady. “There’s a lot that comes along with this week. But just having it at home, cutting out the travel, knowing where you can stay, where your friends can stay, where you family can stay, it just makes it a lot easier to have it at your home stadium, big time.”
Add in two 60-something head coaches, Kansas City’s Andy Reid and Tampa Bay’s Bruce Arians, both offensive masterminds as comfortable with today’s high-scoring, creative NFL attacks as all those kid coaches who are all the rage.
“There’s nobody that would ever say a bad thing about B.A., he’s just so endearing to everybody and I think everyone wants to win for him,” Brady says of Arians, the kind of praise the quarterback rarely used about his previous head coach.
“He’s got almost like a father figure kind of role in the building and it’s because everyone loves him so much,” Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce says of Reid. “He’s got an unbelievable way of getting the best out of everybody that is relating to all different aspects and all different forms of life.”
Don’t forget the defences, which could easily be ignored with all the dynamism on both offences. Tampa has probably the best set of linebackers in the NFL with Shaq Barrett, Lavonte David and Devin White, studs up front in Ndamukong Suh and Jason Pierre-Paul, and an ever-improving secondary.
KC has All-Pro safety Tyrann Mathieu, linemen Frank Clark and Chris Jones – and a coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo, who doesn’t back off.

All of this at the end of a season played during a pandemic, yet not delayed, with no games cancelled, and each of the Super Bowl participants experiencing relatively few COVID-19 setbacks.
“I think with the pandemic and the sacrifices they have all made for each other, they go to work and go home,” Arians says. “They don’t get to sit and eat together, don’t get to have conversations, it is amazing to me how close they are. It is the commitment they made to each other to beat the virus.”
The NFL and Florida health officials have approved about 22,000 fans and all will be required to wear masks. Raymond James Stadium normally has a capacity of 75,000 fans.
Both the Chiefs and Buccaneers were among the few teams to have fans on hand for some home games this season.
Their paths to the championship game have been divergent, though. The Bucs (14-5) finished second in the NFC South to the Saints, sending them on the wild-card route. That meant trips to Washington, New Orleans and Green Bay. And now, staying home.
The Chiefs (16-2) had the top seed and lone bye in the AFC, then outlasted Cleveland with Mahomes sidelined for nearly half the game before routing Buffalo.
“You don’t get these opportunities every year in the NFL to be in the Super Bowl and to be in these games,” Mahomes says. 
“So you don’t want to look back and have regrets on how you played or how you went about the week before preparing to go out there to play your best football.”

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The GOAT of GOATs Part 1: Cameron Smith versus Tom Brady

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First things first, Don Bradman is the GOAT of all GOATs. For anyone to argue otherwise is generally pure folly.
But firstly I would like to talk about the careers of Cameron Smith and Tom Brady, the GOATs of their respective football codes of rugby league and American football.
Brady will play his tenth Super Bowl today as he aims for his seventh NFL championship ring. At the age of 43 this season Brady has finally silenced anyone who doubted that he is the greatest quarterback of all time. I was one of the doubters.
I never doubted his ability. The comeback he engineered in Super Bowl 51 is the most astonishing thing I have ever seen in sport.
I just wondered how much of his success was due to his coach Bill Belichick, the organisation he played for, and the ensemble of great players assembled around him. If Drew Brees played for the Patriots, would he have been the GOAT of the NFL? Maybe.
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But what Brady did this season with Tampa Bay is remarkable and should silence any doubters. He has propelled an organisation that had not made the playoffs since 2013 to fifth seed in the NFC and then through three sudden-death road playoff wins and into to the Super Bowl.
Meanwhile, in New England, the Patriots stumbled through a dreadful season and without Brady were absolutely embarrassing almost all season long. You might argue that there were mitigating circumstances and that maybe timing is everything.

But the plain facts are that Tom Brady is in yet another Super Bowl and the Patriots were shot ducks barely half way through the season.
The NRL GOAT Cameron Smith has had an equally stellar career. He has similar numbers to Brady, in that he has played in eight grand finals, winning five of them. It would have been nine but he was suspended from the grand final of 2008. His team lost that game 40-0.
The Melbourne Storm seem determined to move on from Cameron Smith. They want to lock up promising youngster Harry Grant as they look to the future. But Cameron Smith has not announced his retirement yet and the whispers are that he will soon sign with the Gold Coast Titans for 2021. I really hope he does.
(Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)
I want to see if Cameron Smith can show who the real brains of the Storm are. Can he engineer an NRL fairy tale and make the grand final in 2021? Will Storm coach Craig Bellamy and the Melbourne Storm capitulate without Smith and miss the finals for the first time in forever? Wouldn’t it be nice.
Today I’ll be rooting for NFL GOAT Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. They enter the game as huge underdogs to the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs and possible future GOAT Patrick Mahomes. If Mahomes wins he will continue his quest to chase down Brady’s six championship rings. If Brady wins a seventh, his record may never be equalled.

After that I will eagerly await the news on the playing future of NRL GOAT Cameron Smith, whose many career records will surely never be surpassed.

Here is my list of GOATS. What is yours?
Cricket (batting): Don Bradman – he averaged 99.94, there’s no more to be said.

Cricket (bowling): Shane Warne – has anyone here seen one better?
Swimming: Michael Phelps – lots of gold and longevity.
Rugby league: Cameron Smith – such a glittering career at all levels.
American football: Tom Brady – 43 and loving it.
Golf: Tiger Woods – his 2019 Masters clinches it.
Basketball: LeBron James – his longevity of greatness gives him my nod.
Boxing: Joe Louis – 25 consecutive heavyweight title defences is amazing.
Tennis (women): Serena Williams – so dominant for so long.

Tennis (men): Novak Djokovic – has dominated Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, and will finish with the most slams.
Rugby union: Richie McCaw – a pure competitor and great leader.
Baseball: Babe Ruth – the Bambino was a pretty good all-rounder
Cycling: Anna Meares – four-time Olympian and legend.
Netball: Anne Sargeant – very tall and basically just dunked it every time.
Darts: Phil Taylor – the Power was for so long just unstoppable.
Horse racing (mares): Black Caviar – 25 from 25 and has never been whipped.
Horse racing (horses): Takeover Target – lion-hearted globetrotting legend.

Horse racing (humans): Tommy Berry – just back him and you’ll know why.
Athletics: Usain Bolt – pure perfection.
Football: Usain Bolt – he was looking really good for the Mariners.
AFL: Warwick Capper.
Speed skating: Steven Bradbury – the master tactician.

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Three trades to put Golden State back into finals contention

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For many fans across the NBA the Golden State dynasty is over – unless you’re a Warriors fan.
Any Golden State diehard will tell you that so long as Stephen Curry is able to shoot, the Warriors can win a title.
But as much fun as the 2015-18 Dubs were to watch, they don’t currently have a roster that can make it deep into the playoffs, let alone the NBA finals – not without Klay Thompson. And even with him back they still need another first unit-quality player to help carry the team when Curry has an off night and when Draymond Green is ejected.
Simply put, the Warriors are currently at least one star player away from being a serious challenger to NBA powerhouses like LeBron James and Anthony Davis’s Lakers or the Brooklyn and their big three.
So here are three potential trades that could put the Warriors back into finals contention in the next two years.

1. Philly 76ers trade Ben Simmons for Kelly Oubre Jr, Damion Lee and an unprotected first-round pick in 2022This trade sits in a ‘hard’ category. Simmons is widely regarded for his consistent ability to play a triple-double stat line. However, he can’t shoot or he chooses not to shoot. While for the first time ever this isn’t causing too much trouble this season, for the past four years it has hurt his ability to play alongside Joel Embiid, who loves to dominate the paint.
Sixers fans have been told to trust the process, but surely by now the front office can see that Embiid and Simmons don’t work in the locker room. Unless something changes drastically, it’s hard to see both of them meeting their full potential together.
A trade like this to the Warriors fixes the dynamics issue. Warriors may need to put another pick on the table to sweeten the deal. It also gives the Sixers some more good second-unit players. Damion Lee gets limited minutes at Golden State and could very well slot into a similar role and still produce some good buckets. Oubre Jr can give some good production and with his size can make up a little of the height loss by offloading Simmons.
The Warriors would throw themselves back into finals contention, and Simmons would be able to play power forward and run the offence, kicking out to Klay and Steph and not being required to shoot.
Ben Simmons (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
2. Cleveland Cavaliers trade Kevin Love for Kevon Looney and an unprotected first-round pick in 2022This trade seems completely unlikely, and for the most part it’s been included because everyone would love to see Kevin Love get another ring.
The Cavs are an average team. They’re not really going anywhere fast. Kevin Love is a little behind his best, but throw him into the Golden State locker room and you could potentially see his career come alive again.

The Warriors are known for being a successful team that have not had a dominant centre for a long time – certainly never in this Splash Brothers era anyway. Enter Kevin Love, a strong power forward-centre who has a reasonable basketball IQ. Imagine Curry’s incredible passing to Love in the paint.
The Cavs would get an average power forward back but better get an unprotected 2022 first-round pick via the Timberwolves, who are woeful at the moment, so that pick is pretty handy. Overall it’s not a huge trade, but we’ve seen the Warriors do more with less.
As an aside, a trade for Steven Adams could work too. Which bring us to our third option, the big one.

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3. Milwaukee Bulks trade Giannis Antetokounmpo for Kelly Oubre Jr, Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman and four first-round picksLast year we saw Antetokounmpo re-sign, but don’t read into it – players re-sign and trade all the time. It’s a given that signing a new contract gives his current team better bargaining power at the trade table.
We’ve seen Curry do this before, bringing in another MVP-calibre player in the likes of Kevin Durant, but this trade offers so much more for the Warriors.

Antetokounmpo would fix all of Golden State’s current woes while also adding a two-time MVP to the roster. Say no more.
But why would the Bucks agree to it? Well, they are currently floundering, and it is hard to see them winning rings even with Antetokounmpo on the roster. The Bucks need a clean slate, and if this trade goes through they would end up with Wiggins in career-best shape, and fingers crossed that continues; Oubre Jr, who once out of this shooting slump can produce some quality offence; and James Wiseman, who has the potential to be a top-ten player in the league at centre given enough time and development.
The issue then comes down to the Dubs being able to source enough first-round picks to entice the Bucks to consider giving up Antetokounmpo. This is the hard part, and it would need to be worked through, but the potential is there – look no further than the Brooklyn-Houston trade for James Harden. Certainly some creative trading would need to take place.
I would love to hear what NBA trades you want to see to lift the Warriors back into NBA finals contention. Leave a comment below.

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Who will win the Super Bowl?

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A quarterback duel for the ages, two of the most well coached teams in the league, 25,000 fans and 30,000 cutouts will make this Super Bowl one for the ages.
Here’s the race to the top.
AFC (first seed) Kansas City Chiefs (16-2) versus NFC (fifth seed) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (14-5)Raymond James Stadium, Tampa BayMonday 8 FebruaryKick off 10:30am (AEDT)After a season like no other, it’s only fitting that the Super Bowl would be unforgettable too. You could splice the story line a million different ways – two of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game (Tom Brady versus Patrick Mahomes), two of the greatest tight ends (Rob Gronkowski versus Travis Kelce), the first time a team has played a Super Bowl at home (Tampa Bay), the first time a female referee (Sarah Thomas) will officiate in a Super Bowl, the coaches, TV commercials, halftime show, how many chicken wings will be consumed – it’s the Super Bowl, so let’s get excited.
And frankly, this should get you excited. Just a little note on the coaches – Chiefs head coach Andy Reid enjoyed a cheeseburger last year to celebrate his maiden Super Bowl victory from a long and illustrious career. If they win back-to-back Super Bowl titles, he will celebrate with – what else – a double cheeseburger. Simple, but effective.
Bucs coach Bruce Arians is a little like this year’s Andy Reid who is looking to become the oldest head coach in NFL history to win his maiden Super Bowl, from his own long and illustrious career.

Aside from the explosive offences on both teams, it’s been both defences that have come up big in the playoffs. The Buccaneers have a few injury concerns with defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and both starting safeties Jordan Whitehead and Antoine Winfield Jr being nursed through practices ahead of the big game.

Kansas City are looking good to go player wise, but one of their assistant coaches Britt Reid (who is also Andy Reid’s son) has been involved in a car accident, so it will be interesting to see if that causes any organisational issues.
On the offensive side of the ball, Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown (knee) and tight end Cameron Brate (back) are both questionable to play – but hey, it’s the Super Bowl, isn’t it? They might as well give it a nudge.
For the Chiefs, left tackle Eric Fisher is out after tearing his Achilles in the conference championship game, while wide receiver Sammy Watkins and running back Le’Veon Bell are also being managed through practice. Eric Fisher’s injury will be very interesting, considering how the Tampa Bay defensive line were able to wreak havoc against a weakened Packers offensive line a couple of weeks back.
With the Buccaneers having played three away playoff games to now play at home, they have predictably practiced as per usual, on home turf. The Chiefs, who played two home playoff games to now play away from home, are breaking with traditional Super Bowl preparations and also practising at their home, in Kansas City, which makes more sense in a COVID year.
They will fly to Tampa the day before the big game, similar to what they did ahead of their Week 12 game against the Bucs. The weather forecast is for thunderstorms in the lead-up to the game, but rain should clear come game time.
Finally, Brady versus Mahomes will actually be a battle for the ages. Tom Brady is playing in his tenth Super Bowl, an NFL all-time record, at age 43. He is taking the game to entirely new realms of possibility. Patrick Mahomes already has an MVP and Super Bowl title by age 25. He is on track for any number of quarterback records over the span of his career and has a ridiculous 44-9 record as starting quarterback for the Chiefs, including 6-1 in the playoffs.
(Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
The last guy who beat him in the playoffs? Tom Brady. The last guy to win this particular match-up? Patrick Mahomes. Aside from all the records, this is winner versus winner, so who is it going to be?

I can’t wait.
Other tidbitsAll four teams that made the conference championships – Chiefs, Bucs, Bills, Packers – managed to keep their coaching teams intact, following all head coach vacancies being filled. That’s a huge win for all teams in terms of continuity for next season, although Green Bay did fire defensive co-ordinator Mike Pettine following their conference championship loss.
The Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions pulled off a rare blockbuster of a trade, which essentially swapped quarterbacks, with Jared Goff going to Detroit and Matthew Stafford going to to LA. There were a number of draft picks also swapped, with the Lions scooping among other things the Rams’ next two first-round picks. Who won out of the deal? The debates are running hot.
Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has officially requested a trade from the once fun Houston Texans, although new Texans general manager Nick Caserio has stated there is “zero interest” in trading Watson. That is a fair stance, but Caserio’s hire was one of Watson’s gripes with the organisation anyway.
Following the Stafford-Goff trade, many pundits are now anticipating an off-season quarterback carousel like none we’ve ever seen, with over half of 2020’s starting quarterbacks now having questions marks over their respective futures. That includes assumed MVP Aaron Rodgers, who is uncertain what the Green Bay Packers will do with him. But if it’s anything but keep him, they would have rocks in their heads.

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ภาพยนตร์เรื่องแรกของฤดูกาล NFL ปี 2021 เกิดขึ้นระหว่างดีทรอยต์ไลออนส์และลอสแองเจลิสแรมส์ ประมาณหนึ่งสัปดาห์หลังจากที่ Adam Schefter ประกาศข่าวว่าดีทรอยต์และแมทธิวสแตฟฟอร์ดกำลังเลิกกันสิงโตและแรมส์ตกลงในข้อตกลงที่รวมกองหลังและการเลือกจากแอลเอไปยังดีทรอยต์ DealLions จะได้รับ: • Jared Goff •การคัดเลือก Aries 2022 ในรอบแรก•การคัดเลือก Aries 2023 ในรอบที่สอง•การคัดเลือก Aries 2021 ในรอบที่สาม Aries จะได้รับ: • Matthew Stafford ตาม ESPN ทีม Lions เจ็ดหรือแปดทีมเสนอตัวเลือกในรอบแรก ออกรอบเพื่อแลกกับ Stafford แต่เป็นชาวราศีเมษที่ดูข้อเสนออื่น ๆ ทั้งหมดโดยทั่วไปจะแจกรอบแรกและรอบที่สามเพื่อรับเงินที่รับประกันจากสัญญาของ Jared Goff เมื่อมองแวบแรกข้อตกลงนี้ดูเหมือนจะชนะสิงโตอย่างย่อยยับ พวกเขาจะได้รับการคัดเลือกสองครั้งในรอบแรกและการคัดเลือกในรอบที่สามสำหรับผู้เล่นที่ได้รับการซื้อต่อสาธารณะรวมถึงโอกาสในการฟื้นฟูการคัดเลือกอันดับหนึ่งโดยรวมในอดีตของ Goffe โดยไม่คาดหวังผลในทันทีในขณะที่สร้างใหม่เป็นเวลานาน . แต่เราควรปรบมือให้กับชาวราศีเมษ บ่อยครั้งที่แฟรนไชส์ ​​NFL ตกเป็นเหยื่อของข้อผิดพลาดของต้นทุนที่จมลง (พฤติกรรมต่อเนื่องเนื่องจากทรัพยากรที่ลงทุนไปก่อนหน้านี้) มันจะง่ายมากสำหรับ Aries ที่จะผลักดัน Goff ให้เป็นกองหลังเนื่องจากทรัพยากรไม่เพียง แต่ใช้ไปกับการซื้อขายในร่าง NFL ปี 2016 เพื่อรับเขา แต่ยังขยายสัญญาที่กว้างขวางที่พวกเขามอบให้เขาในปี 2019 (พร้อมกับ $ 110 ล้าน) ใน ค้ำประกัน). การย้ายครั้งนี้มีความกล้าหาญ แต่ก็ทำให้พวกเขามีโอกาสกลับไปสู่ซูเปอร์โบวล์ได้ดีขึ้นมาก Jared Goff กำลังเดินทางไป Motor City (ภาพโดย Harry How / Getty Images) ด้วยร้านนี้ Rams ย้าย 43 ล้านเหรียญ (56 ล้านเหรียญสหรัฐ) ไปที่ Lions books และปล่อย 12.75 ล้านเหรียญ (17 ล้านเหรียญ) ในห้อง ด้วยเพดานในปี 2021 ในขั้นต้นพวกเขาจะมีเงินสูงสุด 20 ล้านเหรียญโดยใช้ Stafford (ต่อ Over the Cap) เมื่อข้อตกลงดังกล่าวเป็นทางการในช่วงเปลี่ยนปีลีกใหม่คาดว่า Rams และ Stafford จะตกลงกันด้วยข้อตกลงใหม่ด้วยการค้ำประกันใหม่ Stafford ไม่มีเงินประกันอีกต่อไปสำหรับสัญญาและการปรับโครงสร้างจะสร้างที่ว่างให้กับแกะซึ่งเป็นชัยชนะสำหรับทั้งสองฝ่าย แล้วทำไม Barans ถึงตัดสินใจลบสัญญาของ Goff ออกจากทะเบียน? พูดง่ายๆก็คือความสำเร็จเกือบทุกอย่างที่พวกเขาประสบความสำเร็จนั้นถูกบันทึกไว้แม้จะมี Goff ก็ตามและไม่ใช่ผลจากการเล่นของเขา นับตั้งแต่ร่างของ Goff ในปี 2559 แรมส์ได้อันดับสองใน NFL ในการป้องกัน EPA (คะแนนที่คาดว่าจะเพิ่ม) ต่อเกมหลังบัลติมอร์ สิงโตอยู่ในอันดับที่ 31 ในช่วงเวลาเดียวกัน ในช่วงเวลานี้ Rams อยู่ในอันดับที่ 15 ในการเล่นเกมรุกโดยรวมของ EPA ในขณะที่ Lions อยู่ในอันดับที่ 16 ตอนนี้มันเป็นสถานที่ที่น่าสนใจ – สิงโตอยู่ในอันดับที่เก้าใน EPA สำหรับการลดลง แต่อยู่ในอันดับที่ 31 ใน EPA สำหรับความพยายามหนึ่งครั้งในขณะที่ Rams อยู่ในอันดับที่ 17 จากการลดลง แต่อันดับที่สิบใน EPA สำหรับความพยายามหนึ่งครั้ง ข้อมูลจะบอกคุณว่าดวงตาของคุณควรบอกอะไรคุณ: ความสำเร็จของ Aries ภายใต้ McVay นั้นขึ้นอยู่กับการป้องกันที่ยอดเยี่ยมทีมสกัดกั้นระดับสูงสุดและ Sean McVay ซ่อน Jared Goff ไว้ในแผนการโจมตีเชิงสร้างสรรค์ของเขา ในทางกลับกันเลวี่แขวนสตาฟฟอร์ดให้แห้งเพราะพวกเขาล้มเหลวในการจัดหาแนวรุกเกมวิ่งหรือรูปแบบการป้องกันใด ๆ ในช่วงห้าปีที่ผ่านมา ตั้งแต่ปี 2016 พวกเขาเป็นทีมที่ยากที่สุดใน NFL และกว่า 55 เปอร์เซ็นต์ของความพยายามของ Lions ได้เกิดขึ้น ทีมต่างรู้ดีว่าสิงโตจะต้องขว้างบอล แต่สตาฟฟอร์ดก็ยังสามารถผลิตได้ในระดับสูง ตอนนี้ McVay มีโอกาสที่จะขยายเกมของเขาและเคลื่อนบอลลงไปอีก Goff มีความลึกเป้าหมายเฉลี่ย 7.5 ในอาชีพของเขาในขณะที่ Stafford มีค่าเฉลี่ย 8.2 ในช่วงห้าฤดูกาลที่ผ่านมา ไม่ว่า Goff จะเป็นกองหลังแฟรนไชส์ในอนาคตของสิงโตที่ยังคงมีให้เห็นอยู่ ฉันไม่เชื่อว่ามันเป็นเช่นนั้นและเมื่อเงินหายไป (ในปี 2566) ฉันจะไม่แปลกใจเลยที่เห็นมันมีการซื้อขายหรือปล่อยออกมา สิงโตยังสามารถประหยัดเงินได้ 10 ล้านดอลลาร์ (13 ล้านดอลลาร์) จากขีด จำกัด โดยการปล่อยในปี 2565 นี่เป็นหนึ่งในร้านค้าเหล่านั้นที่สร้างเสียงฮือฮาและการสนทนามากมาย ปฏิกิริยาตอบสนองที่ร้อนแรงอยู่ในช่วงนาทีที่มีการประกาศข้อตกลง ตอนนี้ฝุ่นได้ตกลงแล้วฉันเชื่อจริงๆว่ามันเป็นชัยชนะที่หายากสำหรับทั้งสองฝ่ายในข้อตกลงนี้ The Rams กลายเป็นผู้สมัครที่จริงจังสำหรับ NFC ทันทีในขณะที่พวกเขาปรับปรุงตำแหน่งสูงสุดในสนามและ Lions ได้เพิ่มข้อเสนอด้านเงินทุนเพื่อช่วยสร้างใหม่และโอกาสที่จะเปลี่ยน Goff ให้เป็นกองหลังที่สูงกว่าค่าเฉลี่ยซึ่งห่างไกลจากแสงจ้าของ Los Angeles . ขอบคุณที่อ่าน. แสดงความคิดเห็นต่อความคิดเห็นของคุณเกี่ยวกับร้านค้า หากคุณใช้ Twitter ติดตามฉัน

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ใครจะเป็นผู้ชนะ Super Bowl LV?


จากนั้นก็มีสองคนคือแทมปาเบย์ไฮเวย์และแคนซัสซิตี้ชีฟส์ กองหลังสองรุ่นที่ยืนหยัดต่อสู้กันและในที่สุดหนึ่งในนั้นอาจเป็นหนึ่งใน Super Bowls ที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดในความทรงจำล่าสุด เราจะได้เห็นไฟฉายผ่านระหว่างกองหลังทั้งสองเพื่อให้ Patrick Mahomes เป็นแพะอีกคนหรือไม่? หรือเราจะได้เห็น Tom Brady เป็นผู้นำด้าน Buccaneers ไปสู่ชัยชนะและจากไปพร้อมกับแหวนวงที่ 7 ของเขา? แทมปาเบย์ชนะสนามแลมโบในวันอาทิตย์เหนือกรีนเบย์แพ็คเกอร์สอย่างสูสีที่ 31-26 หลายคนประหลาดใจกับชัยชนะของแทมปาเบย์เมื่อวันอาทิตย์ที่ผ่านมาเพราะมันแสดงให้เห็นถึงความแตกต่างในความคิดระหว่างทั้งสองทีมเท่านั้น เบรดี้ขว้างสามครั้ง แต่เขาก็มีการแทรกแซงสามครั้ง แต่โชคดีที่เกมนี้ไม่เสียค่าใช้จ่าย พวกเขาไม่เพียง แต่ชนะโดยอาศัยประสบการณ์ของเบรดี้เท่านั้น แต่การป้องกันของพวกเขากลับยืนสูงอีกครั้งเมื่อเทียบกับทีมรุกที่ดีที่สุดของฤดูกาล แทมปาเบย์ชนะในเกมเพลย์ออฟทั้งหมดและตอนนี้ได้รับรางวัลเป็นซูเปอร์โบวล์ในบ้าน ในขณะที่วันอาทิตย์ที่ผ่านมาแคนซัสซิตีเอาชนะบัฟฟาโลบิลในบ้านและชนะ 38:24 อย่างน่าประทับใจสำหรับแคนซัสซิตีมันเป็นเรื่องเดียวกันตามปกติ Mahomes เชี่ยวชาญเกมนี้ ทั้ง Tyreek Hill และ Travis Kelce มีหลารับมากกว่า 100 หลาและวิ่งป้องกันตั๋วเงินทั้งหมด ตอนนี้แคนซัสซิตีมีโอกาสที่จะเป็นทีมแรกที่ชนะ Super Bowls ของกันและกันตั้งแต่ปี 2003-2004 New England Patriots ทุกสายตาจดจ่อไปที่กองหลังสองคน แต่จากนั้นคุณสามารถมองมากกว่าสองคน แน่นอนว่าพวกเขาจะได้รับความสนใจมากที่สุดในซูเปอร์โบวล์ปีนี้ แต่เรามาดูการกระทำที่เหลือกันดีกว่า สำหรับการส่งผ่านและรับระหว่างทั้งสองทีมแคนซัสซิตี้ชนะในประเภทนี้ ปัจจุบัน Kelce เป็นจุดจบที่ดีที่สุดใน NFL และ Hill เป็นหนึ่งในเครื่องรับบรอดแบนด์ที่ดีที่สุดในลีก ทั้งคู่บันทึกระยะการรับมากกว่า 1,000 หลาในฤดูกาลนี้และเป็นสองตัวรับที่สม่ำเสมอมากขึ้นในลีก Patrick Mahomes (ภาพ: Jamie Squire / Getty Images) แทมปาเบย์มีผู้รับหลายคนพลาดในระหว่างเกมและดูเหมือนจะไม่พบการไหลทั่วไปใด ๆ ดีพอที่จะชนะเกมส่วนใหญ่ แต่ Kelce และ Hill เป็นตัวรับที่ยอดเยี่ยมผู้เล่นสองคนไม่มีใครต้องการปกป้อง ส่วนเกมวิ่งต้องยกให้ Tampe Bay – แต่พอใช้เท่านั้น ทั้งสองทีมชอบฟุตบอลซึ่งในปีนี้แคนซัสซิตี้เป็นผู้นำโดยรวมและแทมปาเบย์อยู่อันดับ 4 ระหว่าง Ronald Jones / Leonard Fournette และ Clyde Edwards-Helaire / Darrel Williams ตำแหน่งรองชนะเลิศของแทมปาเบย์มีความสมดุลมากกว่าแบ็คอัพของแคนซัสซิตี้ในฤดูกาลนี้ แต่ฉันไม่คิดว่าเกมวิ่งจะเป็นปัจจัยสำคัญในวันอาทิตย์หน้า แต่สิ่งที่ผ่านและการป้องกันจะเป็นอย่างไร เมื่อคุณดูทั้งสองทีมในการป้องกันสำหรับฤดูกาลนี้ทั้งสองทีมอยู่ใน 15 อันดับแรกในการป้องกันโดยแทมปาเบย์อยู่ในอันดับที่ 8 และแคนซัสซิตี้ในอันดับที่ 12 ทั้งสองทีมจบลงด้วยการปิดในแต่ละประเภทการป้องกัน แต่แทมปาเบย์จบลงด้วยการป้องกันโดยรวมที่ดีขึ้นเล็กน้อย ตลอดรอบตัดเชือกเมื่อต้องการหยุดมากกว่านี้การป้องกันของแทมปาเบย์ยังคงปรากฏและเป็นเหตุผลสำคัญที่จะเล่นในวันอาทิตย์หน้า Tom Brady จะชนะ Super Bowl อีกหรือไม่? (รูปภาพของ Kevin C. ฉันคิดผิดที่เดิมพันกับเบรดี้และหัวหน้าเมื่อสัปดาห์ที่แล้วและตอนนี้ฉันกำลังจะไปซูเปอร์โบวล์มันยากยิ่งกว่าที่จะคาดเดาว่าใครจะชนะ แคนซัสซิตีเป็นเกมรุกที่ดีที่สุดในเกมนี้และพูดถึงสามบิ๊กด้วยการโจมตีของ Mahomes, Hill และ Kelce สิ่งนี้ทำให้แทมปาเบย์มีโอกาสตามทันและมีโอกาสที่ดีในการทำประตูให้แทมปาเบย์ หลายคนจะไม่เห็นด้วยกับฉัน แต่ฉันจะไม่ต่อต้านเบรดี้อีกต่อไป นี่คือซูเปอร์โบวล์สำหรับทุกวัยและฉันยังคาดเดาเกมที่ใกล้เคียง ฉันจะไม่ตกใจถ้าเขาชนะแคนซัสซิตีและกลับไป แต่ฉันเลือกเบรดี้ที่นำไฮเวย์ไปสู่แชมป์ซูเปอร์โบวล์ครั้งที่สองและออกจากแทมปาเบย์ด้วยรอบที่เจ็ดของเขา การทำนายแทมปาเบย์ไฮเวย์เอาชนะแคนซัสซิตี้ชีฟส์

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