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NFL offseason, Draft and 2023/2024 season

i know theres a few teams who are going in to this draft crying out for a new QB; my Vikings included. Seems like it makes the most sense to get a guaranteed solid performer at QB with miles left in the tank, Depends how far down the draft queue the cowboys are, as well as their planned trgets. Could be smart gamble to lose the first round pick if their guy might drop to the 2nd

Give cousins 2 years and draft a player to replace him ... so you can still compete as the team is still good no?
 
Mike is probably done and DQ could get one of the 4 different jobs he'll be interviewing for. I love the work DQ have done but we still cant defend the run and its pissing me off. Read a stat that he's 0-6 against the offensive coordinators he had at the Falcons. Shanahan, LeFleur etc.

So who do we get in? Vrabel? I dont think I want Belichick. Lets get some young up and coming blood and perspective.
 
Mike is probably done and DQ could get one of the 4 different jobs he'll be interviewing for. I love the work DQ have done but we still cant defend the run and its pissing me off. Read a stat that he's 0-6 against the offensive coordinators he had at the Falcons. Shanahan, LeFleur etc.

So who do we get in? Vrabel? I dont think I want Belichick. Lets get some young up and coming blood and perspective.

Coach Prime!
 
The NFC East went from having two of the best teams to being really shit. Eagles get thrashed by the Bucks.
 
i know theres a few teams who are going in to this draft crying out for a new QB; my Vikings included. Seems like it makes the most sense to get a guaranteed solid performer at QB with miles left in the tank, Depends how far down the draft queue the cowboys are, as well as their planned trgets. Could be smart gamble to lose the first round pick if their guy might drop to the 2nd

We'll see how many top QB talent there is in this draft - it seems like there's 2 studs, and a few others who are very solid ... I don't think you need a 'great' QB to win - it definitely helps but a young QB in the right system, with the right parts around him (i.e. he doesn't have to carry the team) and a good defense is the best recipe imo (which doesn't fuck you salary cap wise).
 
I think it will be a failure this season if the Niners dont at least make it to the Super Bowl.

They really should be there - they're the best team in the NFC by some distance imo.
However, GB is en fuego, and don't underestimate the Lions (they should hammer the Bucs), who have a dawg for a HC.
 
It's gone a bit quiet now lately.

So what do we think will happen at the Championship Games?

I think the 49ers will end Detroit's Cinderella story and beat them comfortably. 31-16.

The Ravens will nick it in a much closer game and I'll be happy to not have to watch Taylor fucking Swift doing some superfan shit every three minutes anymore. 24-20.
 
Ravens and 49ers in the Superbowl will be the most likely outcome. Mahomes is the wildcard though.
Wouldnt mind Detroit continuing their fairytale story and beating SF.
 
Mahomes vs Lamar, great match up so far.
The constant filming of Taylor Swift is annoying though.
 
Great comeback from the 49ers.

I claim credit as I only started watching from the 2nd half.
 
Great comeback but they got some insane good juju there. Ball bouncing off the facemask etc. Detroit can only blame themselves though. At 24-27 and you dont kick the field goal at 4th and 3 is beyond me.
 
Didnt see the Taylor Swift Bowl last night.
Lets hope that KC dont make it to the SB next season.
 
I honestly don't understand American Rugby.... and it seems most of the world can't either. The daily mail puts the figure at 200m which probably is worldwide viewing figures. I can't say for sure, but don't most big team match up get 200M+, I know Man U vs Liverpool is the 2nd/3rd most watched sporting event after the WC final with upto 800m watching it. If you accumulate all the viewing figures for the Olympics you might get more.

Super Bowl 2024 was most watched US TV broadcast since 1969 Moon landing​

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Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce
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By Emma Saunders
Entertainment reporter

This year's Super Bowl was watched by an average of 123.4 million people in the US, making it the most watched broadcast since the 1969 Moon landing.
Preliminary US TV ratings put Sunday's game just behind Apollo 11's historic landing, which was seen by an estimated 125 to 150 million people.
Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime.
Taylor Swift's highly anticipated attendance to watch boyfriend Travis Kelce may have boosted the figures.
There was much speculation in the run-up to the event about whether Swift would make it back from Japan, where she had been performing on tour.
According to Variety, there is some debate over how much she affected audience numbers, but consumer research firm Numerator concluded from a flash poll that 20% of Super Bowl viewers were rooting for the Chiefs because of the singer's relationship with Kelce.
The cameras were certainly enjoying the Swift factor, including shots of the star entering the arena, hanging out with actress Blake Lively and rapper Ice Spice, and kissing Kelce after the match as they celebrated the win.
Of this year's viewers, 112 million of the 123.4 million average watched the game on CBS, with the rest tuning into Paramount+, Nickelodeon, Univision, CBS Sports and NFL digital channels.
According to media analysts Nielsen, a record 202.4 million people watched at least part of the game.
This year's figures may have also been helped by the fact Nielsen has changed the way it counts people watching out of their own homes - for example with friends or family, or in bars.
Last year's Super Bowl game between the Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles was watched by 115.1 million viewers.
Usher and Jennifer Goicoechea
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Usher topped off the weekend by marrying his girlfriend Jennifer
The fact the Chiefs were defending their championship title plus Usher performing the half-time show were also big draws this year.
The pop star's guests included Alicia Keys, H.E.R., Will.i.am, Lil John, Ludacris and Jermaine Dupri.
Usher continued the celebrations later by getting married to his long-term partner Jennifer Goicoechea in Las Vegas, where the Super Bowl was held.
The couple got hitched at Vegas Weddings' Terrace Gazebo, an outdoor wedding chapel that seats 30 guests, according to People.
"We can confirm that Usher and Jennifer Goicoechea took the next step in their relationship and did get married on Sunday night in Las Vegas surrounded by close friends and family," a representative for the singer told the publication.
"They both look forward to continuing to raise their children together surrounded by love and thank everyone for the well wishes."
 
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