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White House: Armed Forces will be able to watch NFL playoffs

The White House on Sunday morning said that overseas military service members will be able to watch the NFL playoff games on the Armed Forces Network despite the government shutdown. “Update: @DeptofDefense has informed us that AFN has been restored in most places,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted. “Glad our brave men and women can watch the ...

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AFC Championship Game Preview: Jaguars at Patriots

On Sunday afternoon and for the seventh consecutive year, the New England Patriots will be playing in the AFC Conference Championship game. The defending Super Bowl champs will look to add to their trophy case and all that is standing in their way is the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars. A team that upset the Pittsburgh Steelers 45-42 last Sunday in front ...

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NFL Playoff Ratings Drop by Over 20 Million Viewers

Patriotic Americans can now be reassured that their boycotting of the National Football League over the embrace of malcontents who have all but spat on the flag and the troops is working. Not only have regular season ratings gone into a death spiral since Commissioner Roger Goodell sided with the kneelers and declared war on President Trump but the previously ...

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One NFL Team is Slashing Ticket Prices, More to Follow?

In a story that should be an omen for the rich ingrates whose selfish anti-Americanism on NFL sidelines this year didn’t sit well with fans, a team in the nation’s largest market has just announced that it would be cutting ticket prices in 2018. The New York Jets will be slashing prices on approximately half the seats in swanky MetLife ...

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Some See Racism in Oakland Raiders Hiring of Jon Gruden

This week it was announced that the NFL’s Oakland Raiders had lured back former head coach Jon Gruden with a whopping ten-year $100 million deal with a potential ownership stake. Gruden will be leaving the broadcasting booth and wading into what is perhaps one of the league’s most toxic locker room situations. Following a 12-4 breakout in 2016, the team ...

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NFL Wild Card Weekend Wrap-Up

Now that four out of eight teams have survived the NFL Wild Card weekend, the next elimination round in the postseason demolition derby begins on Saturday. With the Tennessee Titans upsetting the Kansas City Chiefs (yet another Andy Reid debacle) and the seasoned Atlanta Falcons dispatching the surprising Los Angeles Rams last Saturday, Sunday’s games filled out the slate for ...

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NFC Wild Card Preview: New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers

The capper to this weekend’s round of NFL Wild Card games is the most intriguing and possibly the most entertaining of them all. The AFC South Champion New Orleans Saints will face off against their division rivals the Carolina Panthers at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome late this afternoon. This one has the makings of an offensive show with both teams having ...

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AFC Wild Card Game Preview: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans

The first of this weekend’s NFL Wild Card playoff games will pit the AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs against the number five seeded Tennessee Titans. It’s been a bit of a schizophrenic season for the Chiefs who stunned the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in Foxborough in the season opener and looked like world-beaters in winning their first ...

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Buffalo Columnist: Screw the Bills, It’s Time to Fight Dictatorial Trump

Long-suffering fans of the NFL’s doomstruck Buffalo Bills finally have something to celebrate after their team managed to make the playoffs for the first time in seventeen years. It took a lot of luck and an epic late-game collapse by the Baltimore Ravens, but the Bills are a part of the postseason elimination tournament this year although it’s unlikely that ...

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The Return of Chucky: Jon Gruden to Get Huge Deal to Coach Raiders

Considering the ungodly dumpster fire that was the 2017 Oakland Raiders season, drastic measures had to be taken to clean up what was a toxic mess thanks to locker room problems and a serious regression by key players. Only days after head coach Jack Del Rio was shown the door, it is being reported that former Raiders coach turned Monday ...

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NFL Playoffs Are Here, Will Fan Boycott Continue?

Now that the most controversial and divisive NFL season in history is in the final stages, the league honchos have to be hoping that all will be forgotten and forgiven by fans who tuned out due to the national anthem protests now that the playoffs are here. The infusion of the politics of racial resentment into the once common ground ...

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