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Old 02-05-2017, 01:57 PM
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Want a souvenir soda? That’s $11.

How about a premium can of beer? $14.

A domestic bottle of water costs $12.

What if you’re into a little candy while watching the big game?

Cotton Candy is $8 and Kettle Corn runs $7.

Lemonade with a shot? $15

Lemonade with a double shot? $30
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Want a souvenir soda? That’s $11.

How about a premium can of beer? $14.

A domestic bottle of water costs $12.

What if you’re into a little candy while watching the big game?

Cotton Candy is $8 and Kettle Corn runs $7.

Lemonade with a shot? $15

Lemonade with a double shot? $30

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Skittles commercial was funny. Simple but funny.

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I'm guessing price gouging laws don't apply to the Super Bowl.
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That's anti-glass. <insert tough guy emoji>

For those that think injuries shouldn't matter, here's an interesting tidbit from a Vikings analyst:

"It’s no secret that the Vikings offensive line was hit hard by a barrage of injuries throughout the 2016 season, forcing Minnesota to field eight different starting combinations. . . . John Holler of Viking Update delved into not only Minnesota’s unit but also the offensive lines of current playoff teams.

Holler used some of the stats to emphasize the value of a healthy line that remains consistent throughout the season. Holler wrote:
Of the 1,053 plays the Vikings offense ran, these were the top five players in terms of when the ball was snapped and their percentage of those plays that they were a part of.

T.J. Clemmings (883, 83.9 percent), Alex Boone (873, 82.9 percent), Joe Berger (853, 81.0 percent), Brandon Fusco (835, 79.3 percent), Jeremiah Sirles (773, 73.4 percent). Holler pointed out that neither Clemmings nor Sirles were originally slated as starters, and Berger moved from center to guard in the wake of additional injuries down the stretch.

Holler noted a healthier offensive line for each of the 12 teams that made the playoffs,emphasizing the Falcons (11-5), Patriots (14-2) and Chiefs (12-4):

Atlanta – The five starting offensive linemen missed a total of 122 of a possible 5,195 snaps – playing a combined total of 97.7 percent of potential snaps.

New England – The five starting offensive linemen missed a total of 285 out of a possible 5,590 snaps – an impressive 94.9 percent."



I remember seeing a stat that the Falcons had started the same 5 O-Linemen, in the same positions, every game this season. Surely this isn't connected to their success.

Must be nice.
Wasn't our oline relatively healthy in 2016?
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Charlie Joiner just introduced as HOFer of small black college. Pure class. Awesome seeing all of those guys.
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Wasn't our oline relatively healthy in 2016?
Seems so. Not nearly the mind-boggling injury losses as 2015 (and I think 2014 was really bad, too).

2016 was the year where our WR's and RB's were destroyed en masse.
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That's anti-glass. <insert tough guy emoji>

For those that think injuries shouldn't matter, here's an interesting tidbit from a Vikings analyst:

"It’s no secret that the Vikings offensive line was hit hard by a barrage of injuries throughout the 2016 season, forcing Minnesota to field eight different starting combinations. . . . John Holler of Viking Update delved into not only Minnesota’s unit but also the offensive lines of current playoff teams.

Holler used some of the stats to emphasize the value of a healthy line that remains consistent throughout the season. Holler wrote:
Of the 1,053 plays the Vikings offense ran, these were the top five players in terms of when the ball was snapped and their percentage of those plays that they were a part of.

T.J. Clemmings (883, 83.9 percent), Alex Boone (873, 82.9 percent), Joe Berger (853, 81.0 percent), Brandon Fusco (835, 79.3 percent), Jeremiah Sirles (773, 73.4 percent). Holler pointed out that neither Clemmings nor Sirles were originally slated as starters, and Berger moved from center to guard in the wake of additional injuries down the stretch.

Holler noted a healthier offensive line for each of the 12 teams that made the playoffs,emphasizing the Falcons (11-5), Patriots (14-2) and Chiefs (12-4):

Atlanta – The five starting offensive linemen missed a total of 122 of a possible 5,195 snaps – playing a combined total of 97.7 percent of potential snaps.

New England – The five starting offensive linemen missed a total of 285 out of a possible 5,590 snaps – an impressive 94.9 percent."



I remember seeing a stat that the Falcons had started the same 5 O-Linemen, in the same positions, every game this season. Surely this isn't connected to their success.

Must be nice.
Wondering if anyone noticed that the Falcons had an 8-point lead, and the ball, late in the game, and already in FG position to make it an 11-point (insurmountable) lead, when lo and behold -- they had an injury to the O-Line.

The second that happened I said "it's over". And it was.

#injuriesmatter

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