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Monday Edition

Here are four Monday topics for you to start the week

The worldwide leader will start running classic events tonight, like 2018 Monday Night Football classic between the Chiefs and Rams.

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Still on pause.
3. East top 8: 1 Bucks^ 2 Raptors^ 3 Celtics^ 4 Heat 5 Pacers 6 76ers 7 Nets 8 Magic
4. West top 8: 1 Lakers^ 2 Clippers 3 Nuggets 4 Jazz 5 Thunder 6 Rockets 7 Mavericks 8 Grizzlies

^ – clinched playoff spot

Second Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. East top 8: 1 Bruins 100 pts 2 Lightning 92 pts 3 Capitals 90 pts 4 Flyers 89 pts 5 Penguins 86 pts T6 Hurricanes/Maple Leafs/Blue Jackets 81 pts
3. West top 8: 1 Blues 94 pts 2 Avalanche 92 pts 3 Golden Knights 86 pts 4 Oilers 83 pts 5 Stars 82 pts 6 Jets 80 pts 7 Flames 79 pts 8 Predators/Canucks 78 pts
4. Detroit Red Wings will be eliminated regardless of when the season resumes

Third Quarter: NFL

1. Free agent tracker
2. Do the Patriots still need to make a move at QB?
3. Chiefs and Packers resign and bring in FA WR on Sunday
4. Classic MNF tonight from 2018: Chiefs @ Rams, 7 pm/ESPN

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. Boxing hall of fame going to wait a year
2. Marbury trying to get masks from China to NYC
3. Should this Georgetown star be testing the NBA waters?
4. ESPN going to show classic games until the live games return

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Thursday w/ 4Quarters

Almost done with the week here are four Thursday topics for you

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Kansas City held a parade for the Super Bowl champion Chiefs on Wednesday afternoon

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1. NBA scoreboard
2. TNT Thursday DH: 76ers @ Bucks, 7 pm; Rockets @ Lakers, 9:30 pm
3. NHL scoreboard
4. NBCSN Thursday DH: Sabres @ Red Wings, 6 pm; Sharks @ Oilers, 8:30 pm

Second Quarter: NFL

1. Kansas City held a parade for their Chiefs on Wednesday
2. Best moment?
3. Can KC back up some of the talk at the parade?
4. Training combine is next on the calender

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. Men’s college basketball scoreboard
2. 4Q Game of the night: Cincinnati (14-7, 7-2 AAC) @ Wichita State (17-4, 5-3 AAC), 6 pm/ESPN
3. Women’s college basketball scoreboard
4. 4Q Game of the night: 8 Mississippi State (20-3, 8-1 SEC) @ 23 Tennessee (17-5, 7-2 SEC), 5:30 pm/SEC Network

Fourth Quarter: Potpourri

1. Yankees going to be without a key player
2. EPL scoreboard
3. PGA leaderboard
4. Travis Kelce the star of the parade

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The Wednesday Edition

Halfway through the week

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Red Sox make a mistake that’ll haunt them. Photo from the LA Times

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1. NBA scoreboard
2. ESPN Wednesday DH –
GM1: Magic @ Celtics, 6:30 pm
GM2: Heat @ Clippers, 9 pm
3. NHL scoreboard
4. NBCSN Wednesday Night Hockey: Bruins @ Blackhawks, 7 pm

Second Quarter: NFL

1. Kansas City will host their second championship parade in five years
2. Chiefs first championship parade in 50 years
3. What craziness will happen?
4. 29 degrees is the expected temperature today in Kansas City, MISSOURI

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. Men’s CBB scoreboard
2. 4Q MBB game of the night: 10 Villanova (17-4, 7-2 BIG EAST) @ 19 Butler (17-5, 5-4 BIG EAST), 5:30 pm/FS1
3. Women’s CBB scoreboard
4. 4Q WBB game of the night: Dayton (15-7, 8-0 A10) @ Davidson (13-8, 6-2 A10), 6 pm/ESPN+

Fourth Quarter: Potpourri of Wednesday Links

1. Red Sox making a huge mistake
2. Dodgers make a second move on Tuesday night
3. Surprised retirement in East Lansing
4. Deeper three added to the three point shootout

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Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links

Oregon stomped UConn at Gampel Pavilion 74-56 on Monday night

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scoreboard
2) TNT Tuesday DH: Bucks @ Pelicans, 6:30 pm; Spurs @ Lakers, 9 pm
3) NHL scoreboard
4) NBCSN Tuesday: Blackhawks @ Wild, 7 pm

Second Quarter: NFL

1) Hall of famer Willie Wood passes away
2) Wants to stay in KC for years to come.
3) Were you one of the 99.9 million to watch the Super Bowl?
4) How about some way too early NFL power rankings!!!

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1) Men’s CBB scoreboard
2) 4Q MBB Game of the Night: 22 Penn State (16-5, 6-4 B1G) @ 16 Michigan State (16-6, 8-3 B1G), 7 pm/BTN
3) Women’s CBB scoreboard
4) Is Oregon the best team in women’s college basketball?

Fourth Quarter: Tuesday Links

1) NBA ASG will be 2 versus 24
2) Derrick Nnadi had a pretty good 24 hours
3) Astros hire a GM
4) Patrick Mahomes spoke it into existence haha

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Monday Edition

Here are four Monday topics for you to start the week

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Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions!

First Quarter: Super Bowl LIV

1. Kansas City defeats San Francisco 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV
2. Chiefs have the longest stretch between titles Super Bowl IV-LIV
3. Patrick Mahomes named Super Bowl MVP
4. Andy Reid finally gets a Super Bowl on his resume!

Second Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. The NBA All-Star Game will honor Kobe Bryant by wearing 8 and 24
3. NBATV Monday DH GM1: 76ers @ Heat, 6:30 pm
4. NBATV Monday DH GM2: Spurs @ Clippers, 9:30 pm

Third Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Panthers @ Maple Leafs, 6 pm
3. Stars @ Rangers, 6 pm
4. NBCSN Monday: Flyers @ Red Wings, 6:30 pm

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. A costly kneel down
2. Tom Brady for Hulu live
3. Men’s college basketball scoreboard
4. Women’s college basketball scoreboard

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Super Bowl Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

It’s the 54th Super Bowl Sunday in Miami today, here’s a look back

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Kansas City Chiefs v. San Francisco 49ers

First Quarter: Super Bowl MVP’s

I: Bart Starr QB Green Bay Packers, II: Bart Starr QB (2) Green Bay Packers, III: Joe Namath QB New York Jets, IV: Len Dawson QB Kansas City Chiefs, V: Chuck Howley LB Dallas Cowboys, VI: Roger Staubach QB Dallas Cowboys, VII: Jake Scott S Miami Dolphins, VIII: Larry Csonka RB Miami Dolphins, IX: Franco Harris RB Pittsburgh Steelers, X: Lynn Swan WR Pittsburgh Steelers, XI: Fred Biletnikoff Oakland Raiders, XII: Harvey Martin DE/Randy White DT Dallas Cowboys, XIII: Terry Bradshaw QB Pittsburgh Steelers, XIV: Terry Bradshaw QB (2) Pittsburgh Steelers, XV: Jim Plunkett QB Oakland Raiders, XVI: Joe Mantana QB San Francisco 49ers, XVII: John Riggins RB Washington Redskins, XVIII: Marcus Allen RB Los Angeles Raiders, XIX: Joe Mantana QB (2) San Francisco 49ers, XX: Richard Dent DE Chicago Bears, XXI: Phil Simms QB New York Giants, XXII: Doug Williams QB Washington Redskins, XXIII: Jerry Rice WR San Francisco 49ers, XXIV: Joe Mantana QB (3) San Francisco 49ers, XXV: Ottis Anderson RB New York Giants, XXVI: Mark Rypien QB Washington Redskins, XXVII: Troy Aikman QB Dallas Cowboys, XXVIII: Emmitt Smith RB Dallas Cowboys, XXIX: Steve Young QB San Francisco 49ers, XXX: Larry Brown CB Dallas Cowboys, XXXI: Desmond Howard WR Green Bay Packers, XXXII: Terrell Davis RB Denver Broncos, XXXIII: John Elway QB Denver Broncos, XXXIV: Kurt Warner QB St. Louis Rams, XXXV: Ray Lewis LB Baltimore Ravens, XXXVI: Tom Brady QB New England Patriots, XXXVII: Dexter Jackson S Tampa Bay Buccaneers, XXXVIII: Tom Brady QB (2) New England Patriots, XXXIX: Deion Branch WR New England Patriots, XL: Hines Ward WR Pittsburgh Steelers, XLI: Peyton Manning QB Indianapolis Colts, XLII: Eli Manning QB New York Giants, XLIII: Santonio Holmes WR Pittsburgh Steelers, XLIV: Drew Brees QB New Orleans Saints, XLV: Aaron Rodgers QB Green Bay Packers, XLVI: Eli Manning QB New York Giants, XLVII: Joe Flacco QB Baltimore Ravens, XLVIII: Malcolm Smith LB Seattle Seahawks, XLIX: Tom Brady QB New England Patriots, 50: Von Miller LB Denver Broncos, LI: Tom Brady QB New England Patriots, LII: Nick Foles QB Philadelphia Eagles, LIII: Julian Edelman WR New England Patriots

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Chiefs beat the Titans in the AFC Championship game

Second Quarter: AFL/AFC Champions 

I: Kansas City Chiefs (1966), II: Oakland Raiders (’67), III: New York Jets (’68), IV: Kansas City Chiefs (1969), V: Baltimore Colts (’70), VI: Miami Dolphins (’71), VII: Miami Dolphins (’72), VIII: Miami Dolphins (’73), IX: Pittsburgh Steelers (’74), X: Pittsburgh Steelers (’75), XI: Oakland Raiders (’76), XII: Denver Broncos (’77), XII: Pittsburgh Steelers (’78), XIV: Pittsburgh Steelers (’79), XV: Oakand Raiders (1980), XVI: Cincinnati Bengals (’81), XVII: Miami Dolphins (’82), XVIII: Los Angeles Raiders (’83), XIX: Miami Dolphins (’84), XX: New England Patriots (’85), XXI: Denver Broncos (’86), XXII: Denver Broncos (’87), XXIII: Cincinnati Bengals (’88), XXIV: Denver Broncos (’89), XXV: Buffalo Bills (1990), XXVI: Buffalo Bills (’91), XXVII: Buffalo Bills (’92), XXVIII: Buffalo Bills (’93), XXIX: San Diego Chargers (’94), XXX: Pittsburgh Steelers (’95), XXXI: New England Patriots (’96), XXXII: Denver Broncos (’97), XXXIII: Denver Broncos (’98),  XXXIV: Tennessee Titans (’99), XXXV: Baltimore Ravens (2000), XXXVI: New England Patriots (’01), XXXVII: Oakland Raiders (’02), XXXVIII: New England Patriots (’03), XXXIX: New England Patriots (’04), XL: Pittsburgh Steelers (’05), XLI: Indianapolis Colts (’06), XLII: New England Patriots (’07), XLIII: Pittsburgh Steelers (’08), XLIV: Indianapolis Colts (’09), XLV: Pittsburgh Steelers (2010), XLVI: New England Patriots (’11), XLVII: Baltimore Ravens (’12), XLVIII: Denver Broncos (’13), XLIX: New England Patriots (’14), 50: Denver Broncos (’15), LI: New England Patriots (’16), LII: New England Patriots (’17), LIII: New England Patriots (’18), LIV: Kansas City Chiefs (’19)

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49ers beat the Packers in the NFC championship game

Third Quarter: NFC Champions

I: Green Bay Packers (1966), II: Green Bay Packers (’67), III: Baltimore Colts (’68), IV: Minnesota Vikings (’69), V: Dallas Cowboys (1970), VI: Dallas Cowboys (’71), VII: Washington Redskins (’72), VIII: Minnesota Vikings (’73), IX: Minnesota Vikings (’74), X: Dallas Cowboys (’75), XI: Minnesota Vikings (’76), XII: Dallas Cowboys (’77), XIII: Dallas Cowboys (’78), XIV: Los Angeles Rams (’79), XV: Philadelphia Eagles (1980), XVI: San Francisco 49ers (’81), XVII: Washington Redskins (’82), XVIII: Washington Redskins (’83), XIX: San Francisco 49ers (’84), XX: Chicago Bears (’85), XXI: New York Giants (’86), XXII: Washington Redskins (’87), XXIII: San Francisco 49ers (’88), XXIV: San Francisco 49ers (1989), XXV: New York Giants (1990), XXVI: Washington Redskins (’91), XXVII: Dallas Cowboys (’92), XXVIII: Dallas Cowboys (’93), XXXIX: San Francisco 49ers (’94), XXX: Dallas Cowboys (’95), XXXI: Green Bay Packers (’96), XXXII: Green Bay Packers (’97), XXXIII: Atlanta Falcons (’98), XXXIV: St. Louis Rams (’99), XXXV: New York Giants (2000), XXXVI: St. Louis Rams (’01), XXXVII: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (’02), XXXVIII: Carolina Panthers (’03), XXXIX: Philadelphia Eagles (’04), XL: Seattle Seahawks (’05), XLI: Chicago Bears (’06), XLII: New York Giants (’07), XLIII: Arizona Cardinals (’08), XLIV: New Orleans Saints (’09), XLV: Green Bay Packers (’10), XLVI: New York Giants (’11), XLVII: San Francisco 49ers (’12), XLVIII: Seattle Seahawks (’13), XLVIX: Seattle Seahawks (’14), 50: Carolina Panthers (’15), LI: Atlanta Falcons (’16), LII: Philadelphia Eagles (’17), LIII: Los Angeles Rams (’18), LIV: San Francisco 49ers (’19)

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Patriots won a record tying sixth Super Bowl last year

Fourth Quarter: Super Bowl Results I-LIII

I (January 15, 1967/Los Angeles Coliseum/Los Angeles, CA): Green Bay Packers (NFL) 35 Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) 10
II (January 14, 1968/Orange Bowl/Miami, FL): Green Bay Packers (NFL) 33 Oakland Raiders (AFL) 14
III (January 12, 1969/Orange Bowl/Miami, FL): New York Jets (AFL) 16 Baltimore Colts (NFL) 7
IV (January 11, 1970/Tulane Stadium/New Orleans, LA): Kansas City Chiefs (AFL) 23 Minnesota Vikings (NFL) 7
V (January 17, 1971/Orange Bowl/Miami, FL): Baltimore Colts (AFC) 16 Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 13
VI (January 16, 1972/Tulane Stadium/New Orleans, LA): Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 24 Miami Dolphins (AFC) 3
VII (January 14, 1973/Los Angeles Coliseum/Los Angeles, CA): Miami Dolphins (AFC) 14 Washington Redskins (NFC) 7
VIII (January 13, 1974/Rice Stadium/Houston, TX): Miami Dolphins (AFC) 24 Minnesota Vikings (NFC) 7
IX (January 12, 1975/Tulane Stadium/New Orleans, LA): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 16 Minnesota Vikings (NFC) 6
X (January 18, 1976/Orange Bowl/Miami, FL): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 21 Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 17
XI (January 9, 1977/Rose Bowl/Pasadena, CA): Oakland Raiders (AFC) 32 Minnesota Vikings (NFC) 14
XII (January 15, 1978/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 27 Denver Broncos (AFC) 10
XIII (January 21, 1979/Orange Bowl/Miami, Florida): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 35 Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 31
XIV (January 20, 1980/Rose Bowl/Pasadena, CA): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 34 Los Angeles Rams (NFC) 19
XV (January 25, 1981/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): Oakland Raiders (AFC) 27 Philadelphia Eagles (NFC) 10
XVI (January 24, 1982/Pontiac Silverdome/Pontiac, MI): San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 26 Cincinnati Bengals (AFC) 21
XVII (January 30, 1983/Rose Bowl/Pasadena, CA): Washington Redskins (NFC) 27 Miami Dolphins (AFC) 17
XVIII (January 22, 1984/Tampa Stadium/Tampa, FL): Los Angeles Raiders (AFC) 38 Washington Redskins (NFC) 9
XIX (January 20, 1985/Stanford Stadium/Palo Alto, CA): San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 38 Miami Dolphins (AFC) 16
XX (January 26, 1986/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): Chicago Bears (NFC) 46 New England Patriots (AFC) 10
XXI (January 25, 1987/Rose Bowl/Pasadena, CA): New York Giants (NFC) 39 Denver Broncos (AFC) 20
XXII (January 31, 1988/Jack Murphy Stadium/San Diego, CA): Washington Redskins (NFC) 42 Denver Broncos (AFC) 10
XXIII (January 22, 1989/Joe Robbie Stadium/Miami, FL): San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 20 Cincinnati Bengals (AFC) 16
XXIV (January 28, 1990/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): San Francisco (NFC) 55 Denver Broncos (AFC) 10
XXV (January 27, 1991/Tampa Stadium/Tampa, FL): New York Giants (NFC) 20 Buffalo Bills (AFC) 19
XXVI (January 26, 1992/Metrodome/Minneapolis, MN): Washington Redskins (NFC) 37 Buffalo Bills (AFC) 24
XXVII (January 31, 1993/Rose Bowl/Pasadena, CA): Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 52 Buffalo Bills (AFC) 17
XXVIII (January 30, 1994/Georgia Dome/Atlanta, GA): Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 30 Buffalo Bills (AFC) 13
XXIX (January 29, 1995/Joe Robbie Stadium/Miami, FL): San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 49 San Diego Chargers (AFC) 26
XXX (January 28, 1996/Sun Devil Stadium/Tempe, AZ): Dallas Cowboys (NFC) 27 Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 17
XXXI (January 26, 1997/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): Green Bay Packers (NFC) 35 New England Patriots (AFC) 21
XXXII (January 25, 1998/Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, CA): Denver Broncos (AFC) 31 Green Bay Packers (NFC) 24
XXXIII (January 31, 1999/Pro Player Stadium/Miami, FL): Denver Broncos (AFC) 34 Atlanta Falcons (NFC) 19
XXXIV (January 30, 2000/GeorgiaDome/Atlanta, GA): St. Louis Rams (NFC) 23 Tennessee Titans (AFC) 16
XXXV (January 28, 2001/Raymond James Stadium/Tampa, FL): Baltimore Ravens (AFC) 34 New York Giants (NFC) 7
XXXVI (February 3, 2002/Louisiana Superdome/New Orleans, LA): New England Patriots (AFC) 20 St. Louis Rams (NFC) 17
XXXVII (January 26, 2003/Qualcomm Stadium/San Diego, CA): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFC) 48 Oakland Raiders (NFC) 21
XXXVIII (February 1, 2004/Reliant Stadium/Houston, TX): New England Patriots (AFC) 32 Carolina Panthers (NFC) 29
XXXIX (February 6, 2005/ALLTEL Stadium/Jacksonville, FL): New England Patriots (AFC) 24 Philadelphia Eagles (NFC) 21
XL (February 5, 2006/Ford Field/Detroit, MI): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 21 Seattle Seahawks (NFC) 10
XLI (February 4, 2007/Dolphin Stadium/Miami, FL): Indianapolis Colts (AFC) 29 Chicago Bears (NFC) 17
XLII (February 3, 2008/University of Phoenix Stadium/Glendale, AZ): New York Giants (NFC) 17 New England Patriots (AFC) 14
XLIII (February 1, 2009/Raymond James Stadium/Tampa, FL): Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 27 Arizona Cardinals (NFC) 23
XLIV (February 7, 2010/Sun Life Stadium/Miami, FL): New Orleans Saints (NFC) 31 Indianapolis Colts (AFC) 17
XLV (February 6, 2011/Cowboys Stadium/Arlington, TX): Green Bay Packers (NFC) 31 Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) 25
XLVI (February 5, 2012/Lucas Oil Stadium/Indianapolis, IN): New York Giants (NFC) 21 New England Patriots (AFC) 17
XLVII (February 3, 2013/Mercedes-Benz Superdome/New Orleans, LA): Baltimore Ravens (AFC) 34 San Francisco 49ers (NFC) 31
XLVIII (February 2, 2014/MetLife Stadium/East Rutherford, NJ): Seattle Seahawks (NFC) 43 Denver Broncos (AFC) 8
XLIX (February 1, 2015/University of Phoenix Stadium/Glendale, AZ): New England Patriots (AFC) 28 Seattle Seahawks (NFC) 24
50 (February 7, 2016/Levi Stadium/Santa Clara, CA): Denver Broncos (AFC) 24 Carolina Panthers (NFC) 10
LI (February 5, 2017/NRG Stadium/Houston, TX): New England Patriots (AFC) 34 Atlanta Falcons (NFC) 28 F/OT
LII (February 4, 2018/US Bank Stadium/Minneapolis, MN): Philadelphia Eagles (NFC) 41 New England Patriots (AFC) 33
LIII (February 3, 2019/Mercedes-Benz Stadium/Atlanta, GA): New England Patriots (AFC) 13 Los Angeles Rams (NFC) 3

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Julian Edelman last years Super Bowl MVP

Overtime: Other Super Bowl information

Most Super Bowl titles: 6 – Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots 5 – Dallas Cowboys, San Francisco 49ers, 4 – Green Bay Packers/New York Giants, 3 – Los Angeles-Oakland Raiders/Washington Redskins/Denver Broncos, 2 – Baltimore-Indianapolis Colts/Baltimore Ravens/Miami Dolphins, 1 –  Kansas City Chiefs/Chicago Bears/Los Angeles-St. Louis Rams/Tampa Bay Buccaneers/New Orleans Saints/New York Jets/Seattle Seahawks/Philadelphia Eagles

Franchises Super Bowl records listed with appearances listed first: (11) New England Patriots 6-5, (8) Pittsburgh Steelers 6-2, Dallas Cowboys 5-3, Denver Broncos (3-5), (6) San Francisco 49ers 5-1, (5) Green Bay Packers 4-1, New York Giants 4-1, Washington Redskins 3-2, Los Angeles-Oakland Raiders 3-2, Miami Dolphins 2-3, (4) Baltimore-Indianapolis Colts 2-2, Los Angeles-St. Louis Rams 1-3, Minnesota Vikings 0-4, Buffalo Bills 0-4, (3) Seattle Seahawks 1-2, Philadelphia Eagles 1-2, (2) Baltimore Ravens 2-0, Kansas City Chiefs 1-1, Chicago Bears 1-1, Cincinnati Bengals 0-2, Carolina Panthers 0-2, Atlanta Falcons 0-2, (1) New York Jets 1-0, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1-0, New Orleans Saints 1-0, San Diego Chargers 0-1, Tennessee Titans 0-1, Arizona Cardinals 0-1

Teams that have not made the Super Bowl: Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Jacksonville

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11th time Miami will host Super Sunday

Franchises Super Bowl droughts:

New York Jets Super Bowl III (1969), Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl XI (1977), Miami Dolphins Super Bowl XIX (1985), Cincinnati Bengals Super Bowl XXIII (1989), Washington Redskins Super Bowl XXVI (1992), Buffalo Bills Super Bowl XXVIII (1994), San Diego Chargers Super XXIX (1995), Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl XXX (1996), Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl XXXIII (1999), Tennessee Titans Super Bowl XXXIV (2000), St. Louis Rams Super Bowl XXXVI (2002), Oakland Raiders Super Bowl XXXVII (2003), Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl XXXVII (2003), Chicago Bears Super Bowl XLI (2007), Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl XLIII (2009), New Orleans Saints Super Bowl XLIV (2010), Indianapolis Colts Super Bowl XLIV (2010), Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XLV (2011), Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLV (2011), New York Giants Super Bowl XLVI (2012), Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII (2013), Denver Broncos Super Bowl XLVIII (2014), Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl XLIX (2015), Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 50 (2016), Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl LI (2017), Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LII (2018), Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl LIII (2019), New England Patriots (2019). Cleveland Browns/Detroit Lions 51 years without a Super Bowl, Jacksonville Jaguars entered league in 1995 which Super Bowl XXX was played and Houston Texans 2002 with Super Bowl XXXVII.Jaguars, Houston Texans

The San Francisco 49ers last played in Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 which was played in New Orleans and the last one they won was Super Bowl XXIX also played in Miami. The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t been to the big game since Super Bowl IV in 1970 which was also the last time they lifted the Lombardi trophy.

Who wins tonight?

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Enjoy the last football game of the 2019 season!

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you ready for the weekend!

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Super Bowl LIV is Sunday, who wins?

First Quarter: NBA/NHL

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Weekend NBA line-up
ESPN Friday: Mavericks @ Rockets, 6:30 pm; Trail Blazers @ Lakers, 9 pm
ABC Saturday Night: 76ers @ Celtics, 7:30 pm
ABC Sunday: Pelicans @ Rockets, 1 pm/ABC
3. NHL scoreboard
4. NHL on NBC Sunday: Penguins @ Capitals, 11:30 am

Second Quarter: College Basketball

1. Here are my suggested games to watch this weekend
2. Friday: VCU (16-5, 6-2 A10) @ Rhode Island (15-5, 7-1 A10), 6 pm/ESPN2
3. Saturday: Utah State (17-6, 6-4 MWC) @ 4 San Diego State (22-0, 11-0 MWC), 9 pm/CBS Sports
4. Sunday: 19 Illinois (16-5, 8-2 B1G) @ 18 Iowa (15-6, 6-4 B1G), Noon/FS1

Third Quarter: Super Bowl LIV

1. NFL scoreboard
2. Finally the weekend of super Sunday!
3. Who wins?
4. Super Bowl LIV (Miami, FL): 49ers (13-3) v. Chiefs (12-4), 5:30 pm/FOX

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Scoreboards

1. Golf leaderboard
2. English Premier League scoreboard
3. Men’s College Basketball scoreboard
4. Women’s College Basketball scoreboard

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