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Alright kids, let's talk some hypotheticals: in your opinion, if Tom Brady wins another Super Bowl ring next season, or before he retires, does that make him the best ever? Realize that, with 5 rings, Brady alone would have as many or more Super Bowl wins to his name than every franchise in the NFL, save for the Steelers. And considering that the NFL doesn't take abdicate championship wins like other leagues might, whether it was by hook or by crook those championships will always be there. So how many does it take before he gets the respect due? 5? 6? Does he have to three-peat before we're all in agreement? 
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Of the modern era.....I have a hard time comparing him to the old greats because its a lot different now.
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I'm thoroughly curious about this: how many of our members are under 18?
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Lol
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Question: How long does Aaron Rodgers have to win another Super Bowl ring, or at least make it to the game, before his legacy starts to take a knock for it? I mean all things considered, I truly believe he has a shot at being the best ever, but to me that is equal parts talent and success. He's got the talent, no doubt about it. The success however, might be debated, especially in an age where Brady, Eli Manning, and Big Ben are playing with multiple rings, and guys like Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson have one each but have made more than one appearance in the big game. So, do you think there's a timeline in which he needs to win another championship before he starts seeing his potential legacy slip, or does one ring and an impressive skillset still put him in the upper echelon of all-time greats at the position? 
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Everybody says their team will be there and win. We'll have to see who actually wins.
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OK... I'm not asking if you believe he did it, or didn't do it. If Aaron Hernandez were to be acquitted, would you want your team to pursue him? Why or why not? 
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Fuck "No" he's a piece of shit!
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Pretty good reminder to Bills fans that Richie Incognito is a scumbag on and off the field, and that's what your team wants to be known for now.

A Richie Incognito Return Is the Last Thing the NFL Needs Right Now | Bleacher Report (via http://ble.ac/teamstream-) http://teamstre.am/16JZWf9
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REALY red Ralph Wilson wold turn over in his grave on this one...everyone deserves a 2 nd CHANCE...SEND him to the jets practice squad LOL not in buffalo..bad move I think by what I'm seeing aloft of people agree...
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You're now aware that the Patriots are the youngest team by average age ever to win a Super Bowl game with an average age of 25.2.

You're now aware that the only players with contracts that truly need re-signing are Devin McCourty, Stephen Gostkowski, and Darrelle Revis.

You're now aware that all the skill position players on offense will be getting another year's worth of experience under Tom Brady in the spread offense so predicated on timing and dependability.

How does this make you feel? 
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pretty cool
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#TripleH revealed on Twitter that a +WWE World Heavyweight Title belt is being sent to Foxboro, MA for the +New England Patriots Super Bowl 49 victory parade. He tweeted the following: 
“.@WWE Title on its way to @GilletteStadium for @Patriots parade! Congrats @RobGronkowski @Edelman11#SuperBowlChamps”
“.@WWE Title on its way to @GilletteStadium for @Patriots parade! Congrats @RobGronkowski @Edelman11 #SuperBowlChamps”
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+Judy Robbins​ he's from New Hampshire, or Vermont (cba to look it up, it's one of the two) so I guess it makes sense. They were partying with the Pats. 
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Are there any Browns fans here? Better yet, anyone from Cleveland?

How can you be loyal to such a bad franchise? I mean, the whole concept is ludicrous. If you were a fan of the original Browns, the Paul Brown Browns, then really you're a fan of the Ravens. That's just fact, hate to break it to you but just because the new Browns were gifted that history doesn't mean they made that history. The Ravens were built on the foundation of the Cleveland Browns and then shipped off, but they are still indeed that same team. If you're just a fan of football in Cleveland I guess I can't help you there but I hope you know how bad you're getting screwed over left and right by your organization. This "new" logo has to feel like a slap in the face, doesn't it?

Here's a thought: complete brand re-imagining. You are not the Cleveland Browns and never were, so why pretend to be? Change the name, change the logo, change the color scheme, change course. Only the fans can make it happen, so stand up for yourselves Cleveland. 
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I'm a Vikings fan #bleedpurple 
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The Browns are reportedly going to be going through a whole brand re-imaging in the coming months, starting with a new logo next week. To me, it couldn't come soon enough. They easily have the ugliest color scheme and uniforms in the league, not to mention their logo is a helmet. It's definitely time for some change. Cleveland football has amazing history, it's a shame that this current incarnation doesn't resemble that in the slightest way. 
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How are the Pats' logo bad?
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I've found that same problem with a bit of an indigestion feeling and minor heartburn, I'd thought it was something I ate but it would make sense that it was the e-liquid I'm using.
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Question: it was estimated that something like 114 million people tuned in to NBC to watch the Super Bowl. That's a third of America's population. What were the other two-thirds doing that was so important? 
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Good question.
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Fair warning, yet again; disabling comments on your posts will get you banned from the community if you do it often enough. The point of the community is discussion. If you're afraid your post will be hijacked by derogatory comments, tag a moderator, it's their job to moderate and keep discussion on track. 
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+erick Ordonez​ yes you can, just don't disable comments. 
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My name is Jacob Dixon, and I'm from the north suburbs of Chicago, IL. I'd like to think I'm an interesting, laid-back kind of guy. I try to stay current and knowledgeable about a number of topics, so there's bound to be something in common between us.
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You'd be hard-pressed to find a better Philly Steak hoagie for the price. I've been going here since I was a little kid, and I've never had something I didn't like. One thing I will say is they are really short with customers. Doesn't bother me much but people who haven't been there before might be turned off by how rude they can come across as.
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