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    SuperBowl LIII

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    It is going to be the New England Patriots vs Los Angeles Rams for the LIII Superbowl.

    Superbowl LIII on Feb 3rd at 8:30pm CT.

    Can watch it on CBS.

    Pats beat the Rams (back when they were St. Louis Rams) in Superbowl 36 (20 to 17)..

    It will be a close one for this upcoming one that is for sure.

    Tom Brady is the GOAT so I can see Pats winning again against the Rams..
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    The Rams shouldn't even be in this game but the NFL officials blew it again with a non-call in the final minutes of the New Orleans game. It should be the Saints versus the Patriots. I want to know how much the officials had on that game...seriously, the non-call was about as bad as you'll ever see and the NFL should be embarrassed by the outcome.
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    I have friends who are big Saints fans and they were raging about that game. This popped up on my FB feed more than a few times.

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    lol. I think the Pats will beat the Rams..
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    more importantly, the game, THE GAME, is still not available in 4K UHD HDR. Its a freakin embarrassment that in 2019 we are still getting a 720p/1080i Super Bowl broadcast.

    Go Rams! Anybody but the Patriots.

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    I will have to root for the Patriots because it would be a travesty if the team that didn't earn their way there wins the game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Vaughn View Post
    The Rams shouldn't even be in this game but the NFL officials blew it again with a non-call in the final minutes of the New Orleans game. It should be the Saints versus the Patriots. I want to know how much the officials had on that game...seriously, the non-call was about as bad as you'll ever see and the NFL should be embarrassed by the outcome.
    and there was instant review available. This is horrible. A tainted SUPER BOWL
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    Totally agree Barry.
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    1 out of 1 members found this post helpful.
    I am just sick and tired of something in professional sports. I am a big Baseball fan, not really a football one.

    I keep hearing, as justification for bad calls, that there is to be a human element in the game and people make mistakes.

    Bull doings!

    The participants in a game are the human element; they are the performers and the achievers. The Umps and Refs are used to MEASURE that performance, they ae observers, not participants. We should NOT be putting their performance, their competence on the same level as the players. If electronic means is able to better judge or present a performance use it!
    Is a 50 year old umpire’s vision as good as a 25 year old star player? Of course not, yet he gets to judge what is a ball or strike. And every single umpire has a different strike zone. This is silly. We need an electronic measurement of the strike zone. In football, plays like last Sunday’s need to be reviewed.

    If they say that adding electronics to judge a sporting event is eliminating the human element, they are wrong. The HUMAN ELEMENT should be the players on the field not the people judging them!
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    I agree with you Barry. With modern technology, who needs refs.
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