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Fresh update on "super bowl" discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

01:11 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "super bowl" discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Know, Gary, I just think that's pretty neat. So this is the organization that originated Kyle Hughes chick and the offensive weapon and all that stuff. The thing that's really interesting to me because Lamar Jackson is their quarterback, obviously. And therefore they are building their offense to take advantage of the things that Lamar Jackson can do that no other quarterback in the league can also do. But what's fascinating to me is like, so the way they build out their tight end depth chart, which is it's got quality up top mark, Andrews is arguably in a year or two. We're going to be seeing him as the best tight end in the league. They are deep in that position. If you look at tight ends versus wide receivers, even setting aside, okay, who's more valuable to an offense? If you could have a much plus receiver or a bunch of plus tight ends, there are so many quality receivers available, there are so few quality tight ends in the league right now. And that plays into, you know, it's like, okay, this is kind of a non premium position, but if you do want to tight end, there's like, I don't know. 11 good ones in the NFL right now. And the ravens have one of them. And they probably have a couple other guys who are top 35 or so. Yeah, and that's why I think it's cool. And they drafted another couple tight ends in the draft this year. The hopes that one of them is going to hit. And that's what you can do when you have 6 fourth round picks. So you're prior strategy is now informing your current strategy. But what I really like about it is, like you said, there's not a ton of these guys, you take a few more shots at it and by the end of this thing, I would imagine in a year or two, one more of these is going to hit on their roster. And the forty-niners in the ravens are essentially going to have like four of the top 12 tight ends in the NFL, which is pretty awesome. And like you said, there's only 12 good ones. Travis Kelce will retire at some point here. If there's only 12 or 11 good ones, it's like being the one car dealership that just kept all the cars until the middle of the pandemic. And it's like, okay. Yeah, you want tight ends from us. We want 6 first round picks, please. You want to buy from our large stock of saturns. Yes, we have those. You're really good at coming up with like very random things at a moment's notice. But like really spot on like obscure things. I just wanted to let you know that. It's very good at that. Thank you. It's the life I've lived. My father was in an avid Saturn driver. Passionate. Was he really? Oh yeah. Wow. Yeah. Did you play a lot of Sega CD as a kid too? We had Sega genesis. We had Sega genesis. This is the last story from my mysterious childhood that I will share, but we had Sega genesis before Sonic the Hedgehog existed. We had everything when it first came out in the free game that came with it was altered beast. All good game beast. Yeah, it was a good game. Very cool. Yeah. So anyway, back to the Raven scary. Speaking of an altered beast. No. American corn farmers. A proud and chosen profession inspired through generations. Test it, resilient, and committed to giving back as much as they're growing, pushing the boundaries of what's possible with every bushel. While replenishing every increasingly precious resource, like the reduction of soil loss by 40% with every acre grown in a world where sustainability matters more than ever, we need all the help we can get, and there's no greater resource than the capable hands of American corn farmers. You wanted to see me miss swinton? Have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts? AI, RPA's data science, things are changing at this agency, and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some training. Look at this management concept catalog. Wow. Over 275 courses. That's right. And local classrooms or instructor led online classes. 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Someone said, a professional football writer of all people said, this doesn't make any sense because they haven't won the Super Bowl. Okay. I'll respond to that first by saying they've had the third most efficient offense in the NFL since 2018 when they started doing this. 7th most efficient defense in the NFL since 2018 when they started doing this. You are a fan of sample size and luck and all these adjusted things. At some point the ravens are going to win a Super Bowl doing this. I just think injuries fumbles, all these silly little things are gonna have to go their way. But their record speaks for itself. I don't think that there's any I don't think that there's any argument counter argument to say that the ravens aren't a good franchise right now. That would be really surprising to me. I love the argument that because they haven't wanted to say, yeah, they're basically the Jaguars. Same thing, stupid. So we're going to take it a step further because the criticism from ravens fans was we don't have any wide receivers. And you need wide receivers to win. And that got me thinking, of course, the Buccaneers and the rams won the last two super bowls. So you have Cooper Cup. You have Mike Evans and Chris Godwin and Antonio Brown. Sure. But before that, wasn't the theory that you don't need a, it was only the last two years that and Jamar chase, I guess, being in the game last year. But it was only the last two years that everyone was like, oh, now you need wide receivers. That was never the case. For decades before then. And I think we used to point out with some regularity that the best teams that were winning the super bowls were the ones without these sort of number one elite true wide receivers at the offense thrived around. But I'm not going to say that receivers are relevant, Gary, but follow my logic here. I think that if you have really good tight ends and really good running game in a super athletic quarterback, you just need guys on the field to run routes in a certain way to make the defense react and get out of the way for the people that you do have that you want the ball to go to. Does that make sense? Yes, I'll get on board with that. Yeah, I mean, look, if you could go to the 2019 forty-niners, I'm gonna mix up seasons and calendar year super bowls, by the way. 2019 forty-niners, patriot scenes for years and years with the exception of the Randy Moss years. Never really had Deion branch when a Super Bowl MVP. I mean, you go to, I mean, the Seattle teams. Doug Baldwin was a really good player..

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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Isn't What It Used to Be

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:34 sec | Last month

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Isn't What It Used to Be

"What's illustrated is a long way away from the days when I would hold up the issue with one hand and look at Kathy island. You know what I mean? Maybe you gals don't know, but the SI swimsuit issue was traditionally for guys to beat off to. Really? It came out the week after the Super Bowl. Maybe before the Super Bowl. Either way, right around the Super Bowl. We couldn't wait for it to hit the mail. Look at it to find out how to be politically correct or how woke we need to be. You think of the only one that feels this way. I'm

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Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:17 min | Last month

Why Kathy Barnette Is Unelectable

"Now Dave McCormick, I've watched the race very, very closely. I've had every candidate on except Doctor Oz who has repeatedly turned down opportunities to come on this program, which usually evidences to me that don't know what they're doing on the conservative side of the issues. But I am now concerned, Kathy Barnett is rising in the polls, and she's a nice lady. I had her on the show. She got sparkling charisma, but in the last couple of days, the Philadelphia inquirer has under her tweets and her record and I don't think it's a Christina O'Donnell situation that Todd akin situation, how much does electability matter to Pennsylvania primary voters? Well, listen, I've gotten to know Kathy on the campaign trail. And I respect and admire her personal story. But she's been tested already. She was tested a little less than two years ago when she ran for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania and she lost by 20 points. And so listen, the stakes on this are so high for the general election because it will be the biggest race in the country. We need a candidate, a Republican candidate that has credibility has been tested at a deeply vetted and assembled a resources in the team necessary to win. This is like this is going to the Super Bowl.

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Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Tom Brady to join Fox Sports when playing career ends

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Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Biden avoids politics in honoring hockey champion Lightning

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How Does Phil Cooke Explain Himself?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:09 min | 3 months ago

How Does Phil Cooke Explain Himself?

"Friend Phil cook. But Dennis prager is about 12 feet away. Looming over his fans. It's very distracting, but we're just going to block it out. Phil cook my friend. Welcome. Thank you. This is fun. Listen, I don't know where to start with you. First of all, your name cook is spelled with an E at the end. Thank you. That's the most important thing. People can look you up. Yes. Phil cook with any. You have a new book out called ideas on a deadline. How to be creative when the clock is ticking. So how do you inspire? How do you explain yourself? Because you really are very no, but I'm saying you're creative, you're a man of faith, and somebody says, what do you do? How do you describe her? I'm we've done everything from Super Bowl commercials to documentaries to films to all kinds of things, but I also consult with a lot of organizations, the museum of the Bible in Washington D.C. is a client. We've done all the media for the museum over the years. And we just really want to help people get their story out there. And we live in a media driven culture. And if you don't speak that language, you're not going to get hurt. Well,

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Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Arians retires as Bucs' coach, Bowles promoted to top spot

"Bruce Bruce Arians Arians has has decided decided to to retire retire and and is is moving moving into into the the Buccaneers Buccaneers front front office office he's he's being being replaced replaced by by defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Todd Todd Bowles Bowles whose whose previous previous head head coaching coaching job job was was with with the the New New York York Jets Jets Arians Arians will will turn turn seventy seventy this this coming coming season season he he coats coats the the box box to to the the Super Super Bowl Bowl title title in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty season season and and was was thirty thirty one one eighteen eighteen in in three three years years with with Tampa Tampa Bay Bay he he called called at at the the right right time time for for him him to to make make the the transition transition to to the the front front office office there there was was no no public public indication indication at at the the NFL's NFL's annual annual meetings meetings in in Florida Florida that that such such a a move move was was coming coming Aryans Aryans is is AT AT forty forty eight eight and and one one in in eight eight years years as as a a head head coach coach including including his his five five years years with with the the cardinals cardinals I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

AP sources: Seahawks agree to trade Russell Wilson to Denver

"Two people familiar with the negotiations tell the Associated Press that the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a package of players and draft picks the nine time Pro Bowl quarterback who help this team win the Super Bowl against the Broncos in twenty fourteen we'll have to pass a physical Wilson suffered a fractured middle finger on his right hand and missed four games last season the Broncos have cycled through ten quarterback since Peyton manning won the Super Bowl and retired six years ago thirty eight year old Aaron Rodgers was considered a likely pick but he has agreed to stay on at Green Bay I'm Jennifer king

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Daniel Horowitz: Some Older Republicans Can't Reinvent the Wheel

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Daniel Horowitz: Some Older Republicans Can't Reinvent the Wheel

"And I already had these disagreements with some of the older generation people that we looked up to and they certainly had their moments at times in the past but I've already had this disagreement during the Obama era What do you do when you have a president that absolutely will take that and do the wrong thing with it and staying put is usually the better option especially when we haven't had a single proper learning engagement over the last 20 years or so that it hasn't gone bad And then there's also the other part of it too that some of the older generation conservatives don't know how to reinvent the wheel So there's like an algorithm Okay abortion gun taxes Soviet Union Something that they remember and they could put into a paradigm But we're stuck now with something very different It's this western oligarch of corruption It's not a matter of the Biden administration It's something much broader than that It's in all the western former democracies it's the cancel culture It's the soft fascism It's the COVID fascism which by the way is still not over it I'm getting heartbreak broken emails from military service members to this day are being forced to get the jab that doesn't work and healthcare workers people being denied kidney transplants Putin did not end COVID or COVID fascism And some of us also do resent the fact that this is taking away from where the focus needs to be domestically that's the border crime and frankly I don't want to say names but you know what I mean Some of these guys have been awfully muted on the Super Bowl liberty issues of our time And then when it comes to Ukraine those testosterone levels go from zero to high Well wait a minute You know I'm a little bit insulted here you

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Devin Nunes on the Russia-Collusion Hoax

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:53 min | 4 months ago

Devin Nunes on the Russia-Collusion Hoax

"We are delighted to have with us former chairman of the intelligence community of the house who is now CEO of the Trump media and technology group, Devin Nunes. Welcome back to America first. It is great to be back on with your sea bass in this new. This is my first time back on your show. And I've lost that swamp title. So you can not call me part of the swamp anymore. And the picture behind you looks delightful looks very un swampy. So yes, we've been trying to get you on desperately. You've been on lockdown making sure that this is an epic launch. We're gonna talk about that momentarily, but I have to drag you back to the swamp as the person who fought so valiantly against the Russia collusion hoax in the interest of stopping the outrageous unmaskings and this Super Bowl Friday drop. I mean, just stunning. I read the memo to the judge, which isn't an indictment. It's just, it's the dripping out of additional details from John Durham. And what everybody misses, yes, it's shocking that this tech company Rodney joffe and others were targeting not just Trump Tower, but president Trump's home and also the EOP, the executive office of the president, which means a private company was surveilling The White House, but the next sentence Devin, everybody misses this. And they were able to do this as part of a sensitive arrangement by which this private company controlled the servers for The White House. Is this, I mean, this doesn't make the Watergate scandal look like an irrelevance? Well, I would say this, the Russia hoax and its entirety before these revelations was already a hundred times worse than Watergate wasn't even comparable. The only thing that has not happened yet is people haven't paid the price like they should. I mean, so many laws were broke here and the spine started way before. I mean, let's not forget. We had the unmaskings that we uncovered where they were essentially using the intelligence services to target the Trump campaign. We know that they went to the fisa court. They used that to spy on the Trump campaign. And so this went on and on. They had the Steele dossier that the Clinton spotted all of that in its entirety is much bigger than Watergate, you know, whatever imagine to be. But this that came last weekend, not only are they new revelations, but you can imagine where I sit, why didn't I get this information when I had subpoenas to all these agencies? How many times was I guaranteed? Oh, we've given you everything. Well, the fact is they didn't give me everything. So there are people now. That's definitely misleading lying and misleading Congress.

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Red Wave To Sweep the Nation

The Trish Regan Show

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Red Wave To Sweep the Nation

"Com, but let's get back to this massive red wave that's happening because I like a little good news. Here and there, right? We could use it. And this is very good news. There's a brand new poll out showing that if the election were held today, 54.4% of all Americans would vote for a generic Republican, they would vote for the Republican Party compared with 49.9% voting for Democrats, which puts the GOP at a 12 point advantage over Democrats, 3.7% are undecided. Now, there's a reason for this. There's a really, really big reason for this. And it has to do total utter failure of policies. For the last couple of years. Really and truly, the Democrats have just completely whipped on this. I mean, for goodness, I told you just in yesterday's program, right about how annoying it was to see all those maskless celebrities and the massless politicians out at the big shindig, the Super Bowl. Out on the West Coast when they keep force feeding us this idea that no, no, you have to have to have to absolutely wear masks. It's all in the name of science to which you know I've said. Yeah. Political science. That is what it is all in the name of. You already are now starting to see that start to peel back in the northeast with so many states now saying, okay, and maybe we need to leave it up to the individual schools, the individual communities, whether or not they're wearing masks. Why? Because they know they're not going to get reelected. These governors are not going to get reelected. They know there is no chance in AG double L given how upset people have become.

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Celebrities and Fans Enjoy Super Bowl Maskless Despite Mandate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Celebrities and Fans Enjoy Super Bowl Maskless Despite Mandate

"Fine with masks. Dropping mandates now would be premature. Hey, I wondered that all the kids who were told to wear masks, including outdoors at school, that they watch the Super Bowl, a Sean, how many people were at the Super Bowl in clady stadium. SoFi, yeah. I knew it was. It was either so fire clady. So what was the number 70,060 thousand? What I will get the number, but whatever the number was, they were packed sardine like next to one another. And a virtually not a soul wore a mask. Including the people who tell you to wear a mask. They have no shame. It's like Nancy

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NY State Courts Decreasing Social Distance Measures to 3 Feet

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

NY State Courts Decreasing Social Distance Measures to 3 Feet

"While New Yorkers can breathe a sigh of relief, a judge, a New York State court judge, chief judge Janet de fiore, has decreased the social distancing measures as part of a push to move toward resuming normal operations from 6 feet to three feet. Wow. She must be following the science. You ever get the sense that the science on COVID is like following the bouncing ball. It's like, well, one day you better not walk into a football stadium and watch oh, I don't know the Super Bowl without a mask to thousands and thousands of people all crammed together in a football stadium and join the Super Bowl without a mask on. Including a bunch of celebrities, including mister hold my breath, garcetti.

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This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year

"The TV ratings for the Super Bowl are up from last year I marches are a letter with the latest an estimated one hundred twelve point three million people saw the Los Angeles rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday according to the Nielsen company that breaks down to ninety nine point two million from NBC viewers one point nine million on Telemundo and eleven point two million streaming last year's Superbowl had an audience of ninety six point four million from the CBS broadcast and streaming which was the lowest for a Super Bowl in fifteen years

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"super bowl" Discussed on Verifiable Podcast

Verifiable Podcast

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Verifiable Podcast

"Creating NFTs which have a smart contract showing that this person owns this art with this person on this N of T and yeah, I know a lot of people have been seen most NFTs as ads but NFTs is far far more than arts. It's beyond art. NFTs can be used for several purposes like events for businesses and authors that people haven't yet. That's why a lot of people say that the NFT space is still young and there is still massive things that are going to be happening in the NFT space. So I want to make this very short so let's go to the next topic which is the coinbase art on Super Bowl. I don't know if you've heard about the coinbase art that happened Super Bowl. That was my favorite. I know your own favorite but that was my favorite figo to me. Yeah, it really got me. And the art was just a backward I was just about code on a black background which was bouncing from one point to another to another, just like your DVD screen saver. If you remember how DVD screen festivity player screensaver was. So that's how it was. That's two of my favorite. And a lot of people had their own speculation. You had a lot of people that were like, okay, there's the craziest art and there are some that were like, okay, why would they just do an ad like this when others are put in a lot of celebrities and that's a sign of opinion unique? Yeah, so about that show the art gods 20 million. In just 60 minutes. In one, sorry, 60 seconds. It got 20 million visitors and the coinbase didn't expect the amount of people that got into their app and their site. So the app crashed and this site wasn't they weren't able to control it anymore. It was hanging badly. You can go do your research. Yeah, so that was what happened like towards massive and just yesterday..

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Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The Super Bowl has come and gone for another year and now LA can lay claim to being the Super Bowl champs, but a lot of people still talking about, well, not the game. Some of the game, some of the refereeing, but a lot of people, of course, still talking about the ads. I'll be the first to admit I watched the Super Bowl mainly for the ads because usually my team is not involved and I don't care that much. Well, the one thing I see this year, there were a lot of good commercials, but not a lot of great. There wasn't one commercial everybody walked away saying that was the winner. That was the one. Back in the day it was a Coke commercial or a Pepsi or a Budweiser or a Doritos or something like that. And this year, a lot of good commercials, but again, not a lot of great. Do we try to focus too much on putting together great commercials? A lot of people love the Chevrolet commercial with The Sopranos. But I don't think it was great. Pete Davidson for hellmann's mayonnaise, the Budweiser commercials always good with the clydesdales. Yes, a lot of star power. A lot of celebrities, but not a lot of greatness. At this point, does that really matter? I know we put the pressure on it, but it doesn't matter. I don't think.

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Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The Super Bowl has come and gone for another year and now LA can lay claim to being the Super Bowl champs, but a lot of people still talking about, well, not the game. Some of the game, some of the refereeing, but a lot of people, of course, still talking about the ads. I'll be the first to admit I watched the Super Bowl mainly for the ads because usually my team is not involved and I don't care that much. Well, the one thing I see this year, there were a lot of good commercials, but not a lot of great. There wasn't one commercial everybody walked away saying that was the winner. That was the one. Back in the day it was a Coke commercial or a Pepsi or a Budweiser or a Doritos or something like that. And this year, a lot of good commercials, but again, not a lot of great. Do we try to focus too much on putting together great commercials? A lot of people love the Chevrolet commercial with The Sopranos. But I don't think it was great. Pete Davidson for hellmann's mayonnaise, the Budweiser commercials always good with the clydesdales. Yes, a lot of star power. A lot of celebrities, but not a lot of greatness. At this point, does that really matter? I know we put the pressure on it, but it doesn't matter. I don't think.

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Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Good But Not Great (MM #3982)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The Super Bowl has come and gone for another year and now LA can lay claim to being the Super Bowl champs, but a lot of people still talking about, well, not the game. Some of the game, some of the refereeing, but a lot of people, of course, still talking about the ads. I'll be the first to admit I watched the Super Bowl mainly for the ads because usually my team is not involved and I don't care that much. Well, the one thing I see this year, there were a lot of good commercials, but not a lot of great. There wasn't one commercial everybody walked away saying that was the winner. That was the one. Back in the day it was a Coke commercial or a Pepsi or a Budweiser or a Doritos or something like that. And this year, a lot of good commercials, but again, not a lot of great. Do we try to focus too much on putting together great commercials? A lot of people love the Chevrolet commercial with The Sopranos. But I don't think it was great. Pete Davidson for hellmann's mayonnaise, the Budweiser commercials always good with the clydesdales. Yes, a lot of star power. A lot of celebrities, but not a lot of greatness. At this point, does that really matter? I know we put the pressure on it, but it doesn't matter. I don't think.

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Windsor Police Arrest Protesters Who Remained at US-Canada Bridge

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 4 months ago

Windsor Police Arrest Protesters Who Remained at US-Canada Bridge

"So a good rule for governance is that the more decentralized the form of government, the less centralized it is, generally the more free the people are. Why? Well, because in order for the central kind of authority to be successful, is they must be right 100% of the time. Where if they're wrong, then you're wrong for everybody. This is what Louis Brandeis called the laboratories of democracy. Now there's been plenty of instances in the past where president suspended writs of habeas corpus, like Abraham Lincoln did. Now the justification was that we were at war against a power, a Civil War. Now, Canada, we got our Canadian history here, was actually founded by the British Parliament, so that totally proves my point. That it wasn't the states that came together and created a federal project, it was a foreign power that came and created the federal project. And so Canadians and their history and their culture, they don't really know how to deal with this sort of encroachment on their freedoms and liberties. Well, Windsor police on Sunday started arresting protesters, blocking the ambassador bridge. I'm reading from the post millennial. Up to 30 protesters had been arrested, most of whom were charged with criminal mischief. Police also seized 5 vehicles from protesters and 7 vehicles were towed Saturday. Police started detaining protesters after a judge ordered them to leave the ambassador bridge some protesters moved away on their own as police approached. Sunday morning. So the emergencies act is an act of parliament to authorize the taking of special temporary measures to ensure safety and security during national emergencies. So the British Parliament created Canada and then Canada has remained subservient. To the power ever since. So what's going on in Ottawa remains to be seen? But the push by Trudeau to get rid of these protesters crush them and early is very clear.

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The Sexual Anarchy Super Bowl Take Explained

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

The Sexual Anarchy Super Bowl Take Explained

"The Super Bowl is yesterday. I told everyone not to watch the Super Bowl halftime show. And I had no plans to. So I took my dog out and I came back in and there was like 50 cent coming from the ceiling with some scantily dressed girls in some incredibly provocative positions. And again, I encourage anyone to watch those like 30 to 45 seconds of 50 cent and tell me like, oh yeah, that's perfectly fine. Like, sure, that's what a 6 year old should see. And look, I grade the Super Bowl halftime show for good reason and a much more family friendly direction than if it was like HBO Max or some sort of late night television special, obviously. And look, there were 15 to 20 million children watching. Any sort of estimate under the age of 12. It's network TV. And look, in all fairness, the Super Bowl halftime show is almost always kind of a, let's just say celebration of degeneracy. And some people say, oh, Charlie, this wasn't as bad as it was in prior years. I never made that comparison. I was simply judging and talking about 50 cents coming in and I'm not going to read the lyrics on air. I mean, but come on. If you read in the club by 50 cent, I think that all of a sudden you'll be like, oh, well, yeah, that's not meant for network TV. And look, our culture has fallen so far that we are making excuses for women literally bent over twerking and someone sent me a message. Oh, Charlie, I do that move from the Super Bowl all the time. What you mean the long snapper when he snaps for the field goal or the long snapper for the punt or do you mean the woman in the halftime show? And so, look, I take this all in stride. I love the criticism. It's terrific. And by the way, I got criticism from every direction. It's fine. And we have really short memories where in Snoop Dogg literally had a film where he tried to kill Donald Trump or Eminem doing whatever he did. I'm not even talking about that. My main point and I will continue to use my platform in good cheer to do this is the protection of the inner sense, the innocence of children is a basic societal good.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:29 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Super Bowl 56 has just wrapped up and the Los Angeles Rams are champions of the NFL after an exciting come from behind win over the Cincinnati Bengals. It was a night of pageantry complete with a star packed halftime show and commercials for crypto and several other goods and services. I'm Stephen Thompson, it is 1105 p.m. on Sunday, and we are talking about Super Bowl 56 on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Support for NPR and the following message come from talk space. Are you in a relationship and having some difficulties need someone to talk to? Talk space gives you unlimited access to a licensed therapist that can help you navigate through the tough times and create healthier connections. Join talk space today and start the journey to happier, healthier relationships. Just visit talk space dot com and get $100 off your first month when you use promo code happy hour at sign up. Here with me is NPR music editorial assistant letitia Harris Haley tisha. Hi Steven. It is a pleasure to have you join us for this football centric conversation. For some of us, we are actually going to dispense with the football pretty quickly. The LA rams overcame key injuries to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in a tightly fought game with several lead changes late, the final score was 23 to 20 in his first year with the rams, quarterback Matthew Stafford overcame an entire career spent quarterbacking the Detroit Lions when he engineered what turned out to be the game winning drive, wide receiver Cooper Cup capped off his amazing season by winning the game's MVP award, catching two touchdowns, Aaron Donald made two key plays to seal the victory while wide receiver Odell Beckham junior caught a touchdown before suffering a knee injury at 36 coach Sean mcvay became the youngest head coach ever to win a Super Bowl and concluded the game by taking a Gatorade bath right in the face. And then, of course, there was the halftime show, which showcased some of the biggest stars in the history of hip hop and R&B, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and 50 cent, all performed. They even had Anderson pack on drums, letitia, we are not really here to talk about football, but what did you think of the experience of watching Super Bowl 56? This is my first Super Bowl and my first football game. So it was very jarring and surreal. I didn't know people enjoyed things like this. But earlier said Steven, it was just like nostalgia trip. I'm not of the age where I would recognize many of those things, but I could tell that it was just heavy pushing on the celebrity cameo propaganda. Every 5 seconds was just like, I'm supposed to know this face and it's supposed to register for me. I'm sure of it. Who is it registering for? Woman's supposed to be thinking about right now. So that was very weird and jarring, but I guess I had fun. Were there commercials that stood out for you? So the scrubs commercial. I was obsessed with scrubs as a kid. And I was like, why is Zach Braff here? What has he done recently? And then I was like, oh yeah, it's going in with a theme, you know, they want me to think about nostalgia and whatnot. I'm defeated, feel mistreated. I'm so angry. I'm singing a song 'cause I'm paying so much for home Internet and my eyes just wrong. I've got team over I was reading Susan Sontag's on photography the other day and she mentions. I knew we were gonna mention Susan Sontag. So sorry to bring this up. But she mentions how capitalism is required or images sustained capitalism and I was just thinking about how all of these references are purposely engineered so that I'll get this and want to buy whatever they're trying to sell me, but it doesn't work if I don't understand the images. So the need for pop culture to just be in your face all the time to understand more pop culture is just so present in this experience and I was like, wow, there's a whole Bible of things I don't understand that I would be probably buying more things if I did understand. You'd be buying all the BMWs in crypto, you could afford. Not the crypto but I would be buying all the BMWs. That would work on me. There were a lot of commercials. I was like, this is working for me. Yeah, I get it. I want that. Yeah, I have to say, I found it absolutely remarkable. How much the experience of watching this game felt lifted straight out of the experience of watching a Super Bowl 20 to 25 years ago. The number of parallels, pop culturally speaking, sports wise, ad wise, really took me aback. I mean, the rams sealed a Super Bowl victory with a dramatic defensive play. That happened in the late 90s. There is a huge tech bubble with ads for stupid stuff of questionable value. That is right out of the dot com boom. There were a whole bunch of early 2000s bangers in the halftime show, just right off the radio circa 2002. You had ads referencing. You mentioned scrubs, but also The Sopranos cable guy. I did not have the cable guy on my Super Bowl bingo card. Austin Powers. I mean, the Austin Powers revival was inevitable. I will help save the world first. Then take over the world. You mentioned just this endless parade of references, but it is really surprising just how much of it was fed to us over the course of the game, all it was missing was like the Super Bowl teams reading the Declaration of Independence during the pregame show in the spirit of post September 11th for how much. For how much the experience felt lifted straight out of the past. I can't wait to see what Super Bowl 76 will be like. I did want to add commercials wise. I mean, you mentioned the BMW ad working for you. The BMW ad was the one with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Salma Hayek. Oh, God, that was such a good one. I have to say very well made commercial. There were several that were had lots of star power, were funny, but I couldn't believe how infrequently I could tell you what an ad was for. 30 seconds after it was over. Which just feels like just a mass failure on the part of the advertising industry? Yeah, I was thinking that crypto ad where the screen was bouncing up against the wall. I was like, it took me forever firstly to realize that they wanted me to go to that. I was like, when is this going to start? And then I finally did it. I was like, oh, of course it's crypto. Why the heck am I looking at this? My family did it and was furious. My roommates and I were like mad. We were like, why in the world did we waste our time doing this? But it's like such a huge advertising risk to one thing people are going to be proactive enough to get off their butts and look at this ad. But then also do what with it. Look at it? I couldn't tell you. I also have to say, one of the few ads where I came away from it knowing exactly what the product was for, was the ad for the Amazon echo. And the Alexa feature and the ad features Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson. And they're living their lives. There are a couple. And I was very taken aback by how much it made me want to buy an Amazon echo even less than I already did. Yeah. I love that we get to sleep in. Ordering fresh mint mouthwash. Extra strength. Okay, I shouldn't get a spray can, you know? 'cause it's on Wednesday. Activating blender. Funerals on Monday. I feel like what worked with the Super Bowl is that they know exactly how to program us and get to what they want us to do. But then because they're so self aware of what we need to be manipulated by them. It ends up not working and failing miserably. I saw that and I was like, I am never ever going to do or watch anything involving Scarlett Johansson again, just because of this. This was a push to you over the edge. I know, and there have been many things. For me to stay where I was, but this is where I have to draw the line. All right, well let's talk halftime show because we had tons of stars, many names to choose from what about the halftime show did and didn't work for you? I'm gonna throw another wild card at you. Okay. That whole halftime performance felt like that moment in catching fire by Susan Collins, great writer. When the victors are trying to subtly resist against the capitol in their interviews and then they end up in raging the audience. It just felt like these were little avatars of blackness moving around the stage and being like, we're here. We matter. We can't ignore our voices. And then you can just see the holes and everything they're doing. Kendrick, sensory,.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"But you could have had so much fun with just how wackadoo that that team up is. And you could have made them like the hit of the season. Yeah, you're definitely right. It was definitely like the snacks are good. We've heard these names before. So this should work. The algorithm, the algorithm nailed it. Speaking of algorithms. So Patrick, I can't. We can't exit another Super Bowl with talking about our beloved Super Bowl bot, the AI that Patrick started training three years ago to write Super Bowl ads. It's come a long way. Even since we launched. You had it right quite a few Super Bowl pitches over the last few years. I would say the biggest thing and someone accused me of writing those? Which you may remember when we first launched this several people were like, is it really an AI or are you all just writing dumb ad ideas? And I was like, we don't have time to run them to write down. What time will we have? So we made a bot that has all the time in the world. But it felt like they weren't as dumb this year. It got a little more normal. Yeah, I mean, I think the AI behind it is progressed so much since we started it now three years three years ago. Yeah. I mean, it was GPT two, then now it's GPT-3, which was like an exponentially bigger language model that's kind of underlying it. So whereas I would get so much nonsense the first year we did it and I had to train it so much just to get to a level where it felt kind of coherent. This year, it's like, it's so easy. I mean, you could go through things and it's like very coherent. And you have to kind of keep going until you get something interesting because a lot of these are just kind of boring on the nose. Ad pitches that aren't even that interesting. Yeah, and so this year we actually, we thought it had progressed so well. We made a quiz where you could vote. We had ten Super Bowl creatives, like people who legit made Super Bowl ads. We had them right their own versions of pitches, and then we had the bot write its own version. I would say the average score ended up being around like 75%. So people could 75% of the time. People could tell the human. But that means one out of four times they could not. And we didn't even try that hard to make it convincing. We just said the bot spit out some ideas and we didn't curate it very heavily. So I feel like I walked away from being like, if I were a copywriter again, I used to be one years ago. If I were one now starting a concepting thing, I'd be like, hey bot. My client's got like we worked on a pitch where there was an athlete a pro athlete that was on board with this brand to be their spokesperson. For no reason whatsoever, except that they got him. And they were like, so you need to pitch us an ad about our products and the sale we have coming up and using this famous celebrity athlete. I could have just fed that to the bot. And gotten a hundred starting points and gone from there. Instead of sitting in a room staring at the ceiling being like,.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"It looks like the bulk of the eggs were put in the LeBron basket without considering how do we make this genuinely engaging to actually make people curious about this? I was doing so many mental gymnastics. I like my brain crawled up my own butt trying to figure out what the hell is happening in this. I'm like, I'm like, okay, so he's asking his older self was I overhyped as a young player. Is that a metaphor for crypto is crypto over hyped? Do you know what I mean? I'm trying to make sense of it. And then like Patrick I tried rewatching it. And so again, I think there's a premise there that would make an amazing ad. This wasn't necessarily and the connection to crypto because crypto is just like crypto didn't exist obviously when LeBron was young, so it's not like you're saying, should have gone in. In 1997 or whatever, you know, it's like, anyway, so I do feel like we saw the gamut. You know, we saw we saw an absolute range of creativity. Never in a million years would I have thought that one of these would end up being our number one of the night. Not as an offense to them, but it's such a challenger category you think about the we among many have compared this to the 2000 dot com Super Bowl, right? Where dozens of dot com brands, many of which did not survive that calendar year. Advertised in the Super Bowl. Those ads were generally quite bad. And most of the tech ads that ran in the years to come. E trade was pretty good and got better. But a lot of them were bad. And these, you know, one or two were not good. FTX. Great. And then obviously coinbase. We named number one. I should be clear, we don't know yet as we record this what the USA Today ad meter is going to be. So here we can do a fun little thought experiment and we will be proven right or wrong by the time this episode even comes out. What do you think is going to win? Because I think coinbase is going to be very low. I think it's going to be abysmally low. It's going to be a classic example. And this happens a lot where ad weeks like best ad of the game and USA Today.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

05:42 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"You get one a year, and then we lock you back in the production studio. Well, all right. As a tradition. We're going to dive right in because we've got a lot of talk about and I say we I say we start with the big one, which is our number one pick. We'll talk about a bunch of our favorites. But we really got to get into the biggest trend of the year, and then the what we felt was the number one Super Bowl out of the year, which are both connected. So let's get into it. Shannon, why don't you tell us what? Did you normally build up to it a lot of tension here? Delicious. Let's just jump right to the point. What did we name the number one Super Bowl out of 2022? Well, there were a lot of fun splashy ads this year. But this year's number one was a roving QR code bouncing from the left side of the screen to the right. Our number one pick is coinbase. And the QR code scene and snapped around the world. We don't even know what this adds called. I don't think at the time of this recording, we don't even know which agency made it. At least we don't have confirmed. But Patrick, tell us what we do know about. Do we know who made this coinbase ad? Yeah, so it was Accenture interactive. We did get that confirmed later. That was a late recognition. Yeah, and I believe as far as I know the ad is called clip..

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"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"Of that Super Bowl moment. After the Super Bowl, CBS insisted that Janet Jackson apologized on video and a very subdued Jackson complied. My decision to change the Super Bowl performance was actually made after the final rehearsal. MTV. CBS, the NFL had no knowledge of this whatsoever. And unfortunately, the whole thing went wrong in the end. I am really sorry if I offended anyone that was truly not my intention. Timberlake apologized in a more low key fashion. But what happens subsequently was very telling. First, CBS later appealed its $550,000 fine and didn't have to pay it. Justin Timberlake appeared on the Grammys not long after, and his career continued to climb. Janet Jackson's went in the opposite direction. After the Super Bowl incident, she released an album that became her lowest selling record since 1984. Billboard ran a story saying that radio conglomerate clear channel banned Jackson's music from its 1200 radio stations, which they later denied. Her songs were given very low AirPlay not just on other radio stations, but also reportedly on MTV, who may have been unhappy with the loss of future Super Bowl business. And that lack of AirPlay essentially killed any chances of her new album succeeding. Jackson had acting offers suddenly disappear. She would eventually leave her label. It would be 7 years before another female performer headlined the halftime show. Timberlake was invited back to the Super Bowl in 2018. Janet Jackson was never asked again. The Super Bowl broadcast is roughly four hours long. When you look at the $6.5 million price tag for a commercial, it's easy to think that is crazy money. But where else can an advertiser find a live audience who watches every second of every commercial and that audience is one third of the entire population. When you do that math, the price suddenly isn't so unreasonable. The Super Bowl is the biggest marketing show of the year..

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"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"When Madonna performed at the halftime show in 2012, she invited a number of guest stars. One of those guests was singer MIA, who looked right into the camera and flipped America the bird. The NFL initially filed a $1.5 million claim against MIA and later sought an additional $15.1 million in damages. A confidential settlement was eventually reached, but not before MIA tweeted a Madonna, can I borrow $16 million? At the 2011 Super Bowl, singer Christina Aguilera famously mangled the words to the national anthem. At Super Bowl 41, prince gave a standout performance of purple rain during a torrential rainstorm. At the 1993 Super Bowl, Michael Jackson's halftime show got higher ratings than the actual game did. At Super Bowl 55, a streaker ran across the field, not naked, but in a pink bodysuit. He was tackled by about ten security guards. He was then arrested and charged with misdemeanor trespassing. The judge ruled the streaker was to serve 12 months probation, perform 100 hours of community service and write a letter of apology to the NFL. The streaker offered to write a check instead. The judge was not impressed. Saying that people with means should not be able to get out of a difficult situation just by offering money. So there. But maybe the most controversial halftime performance of all time is.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"Talk about how much food and beverages are consumed as a direct result of the Super Bowl. According to Nielsen data, Americans spend $1.2 billion on beer in the two weeks leading up to the game and another $1 billion on game day. Now you know why Anheuser Busch happily spends $25 million on ads. While beer is the bevy of choice for the Super Bowl, roughly $600 million was spent on spirits and another 650 million on wine. All told the public spent $13.9 billion on Super Bowl related products last year. That's a lot of revenue for a lot of brands. On average, viewers spend just over $74 each that day on food, beverages and team apparel. The Super Bowl is the second largest food consumption day of the year. Beat only by Thanksgiving. That's great news for supermarkets and food manufacturers. It's not a good day for chickens, but it's a great day for the national chicken council. Football fans ate 1.4 billion chicken wings during last year's game. That was a record. Last year, Frito lay noticed that the pandemic affected their sales. In a positive way, because of COVID, there were more smaller gatherings, which resulted in increased purchases of chips and salty snacks. So Frito lay is investing in additional capacity this year and is planning on manufacturing 70 million pounds of chips. Enough to fill 7000 delivery trucks. Restaurants that specialize in the delivery of pizza, chicken wings and tacos are rubbing their hands in anticipation.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

01:48 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly

"Passed away. It takes four full months to make the Super Bowl trophy. It costs about $50,000. A new one is made every year. So unlike the Stanley Cup which has to be returned, every winning team gets to keep their trophy. Players receive a smaller replica worth about $1500. The actual Vince Lombardi trophy stands 56 centimeters or 22 inches tall and weighs 3.2 kilograms or 7 pounds. It is made entirely of Sterling silver. The triangular base holds a silver football, which is the exact size of a regulation sized game ball. The trophy is made by hand and there are four different silversmithing techniques employed. The Sterling silver sheets are imported from Italy. The silver is heated up to 1000°F, or 537°C to prepare it for shaping. The football's laces are hand cut and soldered onto the trophy. The football even has dimples, like a real football, and each dimple is hand punched. The engraving is also done by hand. It lists the Super Bowl number, the teams, the date, the location and the final score. Then it is given a final polish. And every year, 32 NFL teams dream of winning it. On Super Bowl.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Talking Tech

"To peacock, which is NBC's streaming service. There are a couple of caveats with this, though. If you're going to watch on their website, you have to have a link to your cable TV or streaming TV provider. Obviously, if cable TV, you're going to be watching them on a big TV anyway. So you're not really thinking about that. If you're on a streaming provider, same boat, you know? That's not going to be an issue. For peacock, you need to have its premium plan. Cost 4.99 a month. One of the small downsides is they don't really offer free trials for peacock, which means if say you want to just get in, watch the Super Bowl and get out. It's not that simple. Basically what you would have to do is sign up for the month and then drop it once you get to the end of the month. You basically are paying $5 for the Super Bowl. Or maybe you want to sneak in a couple episodes of The Office or whatever embassy shows are there. Anyway, you're kind of on the hook for a month for $5. So something to keep in mind if that's the route you go. Other option you have and we mentioned this already as live streaming services. There are a ton of them out there. You have sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu, whatever it is. They all have NBC and they call would be carrying the Super Bowl. The one plus here is that a lot of these services offer free trials. So you could go in there, set up a free trial, maybe today, and these free trials last a few days. Get in there, watch the Super Bowl, maybe check out the service for a little bit, see if you like it. If you don't, you can cancel right before the free trial expires. Or if you end up liking it, you can just stay on and then you have a subscription every month. One important caveat too with this is that the free trials usually apply to new subscribers only. If you say you can't really do this if you've maybe been on a service and you quit for like a week and then come back. It's one of those things where if you've never used the service before, you go in and you check it out. The apps are obviously another option as well. That is another benefit of these live streaming services. You can use apps to watch a lot of the programming. So for any reason you're away from a TV, you can have these apps on your phone and you can watch on your phone or whatever you need. There are other apps that are offering the Super Bowl as well. The NFL is going to stream the game for free on its official app. You can also stream it live on the Yahoo sports app, so those are a couple of really good choices. If you're in a pinch, say for some reason you have to leave the house, you still kind of want to watch the game. You can watch it right there on your phone. Last but not least, maybe you don't want to stream this at all. You can always go the old school route and get an antenna. Hook it up to your TV, pick up the NBC signal. It's not like the rabbit ears of yesteryear. They're very sophisticated. They pick up a lot of pretty good digital signals. There are tons you can get online. And that will get you access to the Super Bowl. You can check out some of the antennas to choose from and you can.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

Gambling With an Edge

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

"Very good. So we're just a few days away from the Super Bowl. If somebody was not planning on betting on the Super Bowl, but unless there were some real meat there, what kind of meat should they be looking for? All right, so if somebody is listening to this podcast and this is kind of wet their appetite to want to get in and make some Super Bowl prop bets, but they haven't been following the prop market up till now. There are some certain maxims you can follow at this point. The first is you're a little bit late to the game, and as we mentioned earlier, the public is going to bet things up, they're going to bet the yes, they're going to bet the over. You want to look for first. You want to look for two way markets, okay? You don't want to be betting into things that only have a price on the yes. Will Joe burrow throw for 300 yards and his team win and the yes is plus 400 or something and you go, oh, that sounds like fun. But they don't offer to know there. And that's usually a sign that you're probably betting into too much house vig. The house edge is going to be too great for you. The other thing you want to probably avoid are multiway markets for the most part, a popular bet is Super Bowl MVP. But that's a multi way market with a lot of different players listed. It's typically usually a quarterback, but the prices are usually depressed on the quarterback on Super Bowl MVP. So that's not a great market to look into. So look for some things that are a yes no bet..

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"super bowl" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"Yeah, and the best way I can describe LA is LA has some of the worst traffic in the entire country, right? It is a driving city. There's not a lot of public transportation. It has some of the worst traffic in the entire country and nobody gets pissed off on the road, right? There's no honking. There's no flipping people off. There's no assholes. There's nothing because everybody is just super chill man, right? It's just, that was the funniest thing to me is that the traffic was arguably twice as bad at times than what it is here in Boston. But here in Boston, you get in somebody's way. You know what happens, right? Out in LA, just like, oh, go ahead. Yeah, you want to cut me off like no problem. You know why that is? You know why that is, heaven. It is the weather. It is absolutely the weather. People are more chill. And that's why when I say, you know, what's the vibe out here? What's the feeling, the feeling is, okay, there's a Super Bowl, there's a big game on Sunday. When it gets here, I'll pay attention. But until then, I'm not going to get hyped up about it. And that's the other thing. Go ahead. Now the other thing I would just say about the LA culture is that believe it or not, as big as the Super Bowl is for all of us and as big as the Super Bowl is for everybody in this country, LA has got other things going on, right? LA doesn't the Super Bowl is just like another event to these people, right? They have because every year, when you get rolling through in LA, you have the Oscars. You have the Grammys. You have, there's so many other things and entertainment is such a big part of it, not just sports, but Hollywood entertainment that something like the Super Bowl in LA is just another big event of a string of big events that they have every year out there. So football, I was surprised when they decided to move, not just one, but two teams, the Los Angeles because I was really, I'm confused as to where it fits into the culture there. They don't need other teams. I think the Lakers and the Dodgers have real die hard fans. That's happening correct. Yeah, but in terms of like, do they need a football team in Los Angeles? Do they need to? Right. They went from not being able to support one to overnight, suddenly they could support too. In fact, it's funny. You said what you said, you know, the Uber drivers or whatever telling you that and there's no real rams fans. The rams are the more popular of the two teams in that city, right? Yes. There's no question about that, Alex. I don't know where the charger fans are. I mean, you would expect to have seen some charge of memorabilia around here. There's almost none. And right. And there are go rams signage on public transportation on some of the buildings around, but not a lot of it. I mean, and I'm a walker. You guys both know. I do use public transit, even here, and it's been very convenient for me, but you don't, yeah, I'm safe. You don't see signage all over the place for the rams. You just don't. I mean, it's here and there. Certainly. But that's about.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"You know, one of the more interesting ones was wall walks, which is an EV charging station. They've got an extended cut that is absolutely fantastic. But their advice is only 15 seconds. And I have no idea how they're gonna cut this thing down to be 15 seconds because the whole premise is about a guy who got struck by lightning in real life as an afraid of electricity. I don't know how you tell that part of the story. Do a joke or two, and then gets the meaning of the ad all in 15 seconds. But hey, maybe they'll surprise me, but at least go watch the extended cut because it is very good. I always feel like that's a PR play when you know it's just like you pay for what you can afford what you can get and then you just hope that you get enough coverage to make it worse well, because those 15s, you blink in their over. By the time you even understand what the brand is and honestly, most times you don't understand what the brand was, because there's just so much chaos during the Super Bowl and you're lucky to even understand what something was. I always think it's interesting to wait a few minutes and then ask the people watching with me if they remember what an ad was for. 9 times out to no, but yeah, we're keeping an ad tracker if you Google Adweek Super Bowl ad tracker. We're keeping all these ads in one place for you. It's pretty convenient so you can check that out if you're having trouble or hey if you just want to be surprised. You just tune in. That's a lot of folks. I find kind of embargo themselves away from seeing any ads. It's hard to do. I will say that the lay's spot is the first ad I've truly I'm not saying I don't know about first. It's one of the few ads I've truly loved in recent years. And I like Paul Rudd. I'm neutral on Seth Rogen. But I love the ad. It's just it goes places and even my kids were pointing out like there's some subtlety I won't give away for those who haven't seen it. The characters who kind of pop up very quickly come back later in just in the background. I just love stuff like that where they're just like obviously it's a very storyboarded very planned spot. And you would think more brands would do that kind of thing. And I think what's interesting about it is high dive is behind that ad and high.

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"super bowl" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on NFL Live

"51. What do you remember about it Adam? Well, first of all, that's a specific commentary on how young you actually are or the fact that you can't remember and NFL without Tom Brady. As for that Super Bowl, let me just say sitting in the stands in attendance that day and it was 23 and people are thinking it's over. The celebrations begun meet at times has begun running her column lord in the Atlanta Falcons and then all of a sudden you could just feel as soon as the New England Patriots made another play or two or three. I turned to the people I was watching the game with and I say, this game is over. We've seen this play before. We know how it ends and everybody in the stadium that day could feel it coming. You knew it was coming and it was time to sit back and watch history. It feels like we have to just do the obligatory apology to falcons fans who may be watching right now because it's just pain over and over and over again. That's correct. Thanks Adam. Young Laura, that's my new name. I love that name. All right, Marcus, you.

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"super bowl" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"super bowl" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"It. We have heads. You no evidence over took place chris. No flu feels got got some nike money. Coming his way you need to go to officiating school because that is not the. He's going to have a nice nike hoodie. Courtesy of me now according to us that is hey buck buck. You'll be okay because my first pick in the super bowl contender draft might not be. Who using guinness my first pick in the super bowl contender draft for the twenty twenty two super bowl to be played at sophie stadium in inglewood california. Is the buffalo bills dog.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"That's law no talent for we're in it's been said the game plan for the patriots was brady like that's why brady is in the super bowl. The patriots were shipped. Ashir horrible so we're entering another commercial break to come back and talk about this more. And then i'm going to get everybody starts Ball who's winning. How much who's the mvp. So we'll be right back Wait whoa all.

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"super bowl" Discussed on Tweet Talk

Tweet Talk

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"super bowl" Discussed on Tweet Talk

"I intimidate the announcement of who play at this year's super bowl and i cannot wait. No i'm just kidding. I really don't wait in anticipation like a kid on christmas immediately. This disappointed anyway but the fact remains that the super bowl. Halftime show is a spectacle. It's a huge part of the super bowl and it has become so an has its own history. Early super bowls featured halftime shows consisting of marching bands from colleges or local high schools in some other variety acts unlike regular season or the playoff games. There's thirty minutes for halftime as well now back in super bowl. Twenty six during halftime fox counter programmed the show living color which caused a drop in jewish ship during the halftime show. So of course. The nfl nfl is like well. How are we going to fix this. And they decided to start. Seeking out avis talent to perform during the halftime show to keep their viewers watching the super bowl so beginning in nineteen ninety one the halftime show pug x. Starting with the new kids on the block and in nineteen ninety-three the got michael jackson to do the super bowl halftime show who's viewership and performance ratings. Were bigger than than the game itself. Pretty amazing so you knew there. Autism something and of course it just kept getting bigger bigger names and for me one of my highlights see my favorite band play during the super bowl. Halftime came in two thousand two when you performed and particularly it was the super bowl after nine. Eleven which doering where the streets have no name. The band projected the victims of the attacks a large projection screen. Which come on doesn't get much more powerful than that and that's what you want from super bowl active. If you're gonna make fans cinder couches sit in the stands. Watch this you want something. That's going to really keep them. Of course how. 'bout super bowl thirty eight. Do you remember the carolina. Panthers first trip to the super bowl against tom. Brady's in his patriots second trip to suitable of course. Not you don't remember that you remember the two thousand and four suitable for the controversial halftime show. It jackson.

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