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Official Super Bowl 50 Thread

nc268

Posted 1:41 pm, 02/13/2016

2016 I AGRRE 110% WITH YOU ON NASCAR IT SUX $$$ IS DESTROYING IT SAD BUT TRUE I DONT WATCH IT

white american

Posted 9:08 am, 02/13/2016

Nerd2016

Posted 3:13 pm, 02/10/2016

Maybe you people should read a book instead of watching a dying sport


Are you really that stupid? Now nascar is a dying sport.

hangsleft

Posted 3:42 pm, 02/10/2016

Don't knock a good pop-up book.

Nerd2016

Posted 3:28 pm, 02/10/2016

Pop-up books don't count.

hangsleft

Posted 3:16 pm, 02/10/2016

Some of us can do both.

Nerd2016

Posted 3:13 pm, 02/10/2016

Maybe you people should read a book instead of watching a dying sport.

hangsleft

Posted 11:57 am, 02/10/2016

http://www.cbssports.com/nf...on-broncos

Just interesting. Not making excuses for the loss but it does make you wonder.

moon-shine

Posted 7:09 pm, 02/09/2016

While Beyoncé was dancing to racism and hate.

~glitter and glamour~

Posted 6:00 pm, 02/09/2016

So, Peyton was teaching the lil kids business savvy by mentioning Budweiser.

Pretty slick

hangsleft

Posted 3:32 pm, 02/09/2016

Grrranimal

Posted 3:15 pm, 02/09/2016

Budweiser is pretty freakin' gross.


Agreed!!!!

Grrranimal

Posted 3:29 pm, 02/09/2016

Peyton is a pretty savvy business man; I am sure that was his motive. And he did make out with Papa John right after the game.

just-in-case

Posted 3:26 pm, 02/09/2016

This might explain why Peyton said he was going to drink some Budweiser after the game .

A Budweiser spokesperson confirmed on Twitter that Anheuser-Busch did not pay Manning to mention the brand, though they were "surprised and delighted" that he did. But Manning holds an ownership stake in two Anheuser-Busch distributorships in his home state of Louisiana, according to trade publication Beer Business Daily.

~glitter and glamour~

Posted 3:17 pm, 02/09/2016

I've noticed on social media some outrage about the Budweiser comment, actually. We can speak to that, as well. We have no limitations here.

Grrranimal

Posted 3:15 pm, 02/09/2016

Budweiser is pretty freakin' gross.

hangsleft

Posted 3:05 pm, 02/09/2016

For all those screaming "what about the kids" when it comes to Cam Newton's actions. I ask you where is the outrage against Peyton as all he could talk about after the game was drinking Budweiser. That is all.

mommotwo

Posted 11:13 am, 02/09/2016

Hangs, I actually liked Vick. I'm not about to take up for him though. My take on Manning is that I think he should have access to the same medical treatment that anyone else would. I honestly don't think its fair to deny him something that he could pay for that you or I could have done legally. But rules are rules.

mommotwo

Posted 11:08 am, 02/09/2016

Also, you can't pay these guys ridiculous money and walk around wearing their jerseys and not expect them to get ****y. It's just not reasonable.

hangsleft

Posted 11:08 am, 02/09/2016

I use to enjoy watching the Eagles play until they signed Vick.

Dallas I've always hated and well now they've given me more reason.

The Patriots are serial cheaters.

Manning, I just hope he doesn't turn out to be another Lance Armstrong

http://deadspin.com/private...1757224765

mommotwo

Posted 11:01 am, 02/09/2016

Yea. My daughter thinks he's the greatest, lol. As for a "hero".....I'm not sure any football player should really be her hero. It's o.k. to like athletes JUST for the way they play. I don't want my child thinking Cam or anyone else is some big idol that they should put on a pedestal. They aren't. None of them. There are some total JERKS that I LOVE to watch play ball. I would not like them off the field at all. It's the same with rock stars too. I may love their music and may even go to a concert...but I really don't have any further expectations of them. You know why? Because most of them are personalities that I wouldn't agree with. At all. I think the reason that everyone is giving Cam grief is that we expected more out of him because he's actually one of the good guys. Is it fair to always let the bad guys throw temper tantrums...do drugs...beat their wives and children....fight dogs...etc, and not let the good guys be human? Nope. I like Cam. I like to watch him play football.

~glitter and glamour~

Posted 10:59 am, 02/09/2016

Let's just hope the takeaway for kids will be how gracious Cam was congratulating Peyton on the field.

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