Sunday, July 25, 2021

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Super Bowl 56 early odds: Bucs second favorites


Odds courtesy of OddsShark.comIs Tom Brady the greatest team athlete of the modern sports era? It’s hard to argue that fact after Brady won his record seventh Super Bowl title, now more than any single franchise has – and record fifth Super Bowl MVP Award – in leading a 31-9 upset of the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl 55 on Sunday night in Tampa.Can Brady make it eight titles next February at Super Bowl 56 in Los Angeles? The Bucs are +850 second-favorites behind Kansas City (+500), but also consider that Tampa Bay was priced +6000 at this point last year to win the Super Bowl. Obviously, Brady signing with the Bucs changed that price dramatically right away. Many free agents are going to want to chase a ring with Brady next season as well.The last team to repeat as Super Bowl champion? Brady’s former New England Patriots following the 2004 season. How perfectly ironic was it that Brady stopped Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs from joining that exclusive repeat club? Kansas City probably will be the early Super Bowl favorite for the next decade or so as long as Mahomes is healthy (he is having offseason surgery for turf toe), even if that Bucs defense made him look pretty bad Sunday. It was the first time as an NFL player that Mahomes lost a game by double digits.If you are wondering, the Bucs and Chiefs don’t play next regular season as things stand now – although the NFL is expected to add a 17th game for all teams and it’s not 100 percent clear how the league will determine opponents. Brady and the Bucs will visit New England, however. That Patriots are +3000 to win Super Bowl 56 but they have a major question at quarterback.New England was hoping to trade for Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, but Stafford told the Lions he would go anywhere but to the Patriots. Detroit sent him to the Los Angeles Rams, who are +1200 to win Super Bowl 56 in their own SoFi Stadium. Their co-tenants, the Chargers, are +3300. The Bolts’ new head coach is Brandon Staley, who was the Rams’ defensive coordinator this past season.Green Bay and Buffalo, which each lost in its conference title game, round out the favorites for Super Bowl 56 at +1100 and +1400, respectively. San Francisco is also +1400.Needless to say, all of these odds will shift over the next several months with trades, free agency, etc. The longest shot is Detroit at +12500. The Lions are the only NFC team to never reach a Super Bowl.

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ได้เงินง่ายๆ? เราอยู่ที่ Poker News Daily สำหรับฉันแฟนของ Green Bay Packers สัปดาห์กีฬาในช่วงสองสามสัปดาห์ที่ผ่านมานั้นแย่มาก แต่สำหรับเพื่อนและเพื่อนร่วมงานของฉันเอิร์ลเบอร์ตันชีวิตมีความสุขเพราะแทมปาเบย์ไฮเวย์ชนะซูเปอร์โบวล์เป็นครั้งแรกในรอบเกือบ 20 ปี คุณรู้หรือไม่ว่าชัยชนะของแทมปาเหมาะกับใคร? หนังสือกีฬา. เมื่อพูดถึง Super Bowls คนเดิมพันมักจะทุ่มเงินให้กับความต้องการของพวกเขา ในกรณีนี้ทั้งคู่เป็นการเดิมพันที่สมเหตุสมผล แคนซัสซิตี้ปิดด้วย 3 คะแนน พวกเขาเป็นแชมป์เปี้ยนป้องกันการโจมตีของพวกเขาดูเหมือนจะไม่มีใครหยุดยั้งได้ตลอดทั้งฤดูกาลมีกองหลังที่ดีที่สุดในเกมนี้มีจุดจบที่แน่นที่สุดใน NFL และเป็นหนึ่งในตัวรับที่ดีที่สุดในลีก สูง / ต่ำประมาณ 55 คะแนน ทั้งสองทีมอยู่ในหกอันดับแรกในการทำคะแนนและมีคะแนนเฉลี่ยมากกว่า 60 คะแนนต่อเกม กองหลังของแทมปาเบย์คือทอมเบรดี้และพวกเขามีตัวรับ ดังนั้นไม่ใช่การเดิมพันที่ไม่ดี ไม่เร็วเกินไปเพื่อน แต่ Buccaneers ชนะการแข่งขันด้วยการสูญเสีย 31-9 กล่าวอีกนัยหนึ่งก็คือฝ่ายแพ้ชนะด้วยความพ่ายแพ้และกลายเป็นฝ่ายแพ้ การแปล: ประชาชนแพ้หนังสือกีฬาได้รับรางวัล “เกม [the total] และแทมปา [covering the spread] นี่เป็นผลลัพธ์ที่ต้องการ” Adam Pullen รองผู้อำนวยการฝ่ายธุรกรรมของ William Hill US กล่าวกับ ESPN “ไม่มีช็อตยาวที่บ้าคลั่งมากมายที่คนทั่วไปชอบเดิมพันและมันก็ดีสำหรับเรา” สิ่งต่าง ๆ เป็นสีพีชเป็นพิเศษสำหรับนิวเจอร์ซีย์ หนังสือกีฬา Garden State ได้รับ $ 11.4 ล้านใน Super Bowl (หมายเลขอ้างอิงคือระยะเวลาของการเดิมพันของลูกค้าทั้งหมดและผลกำไรคือสิ่งที่หนังสือทำหลังจากจ่ายเงินให้ผู้ชนะ) นี่เป็นการก้าวกระโดดจาก Super Bowl เมื่อปีที่แล้วเมื่อหนังสือกีฬาของรัฐทำเงินได้ 54.3 ล้านดอลลาร์ แต่จ่ายเงิน 58.6 ล้านดอลลาร์สำหรับการสูญเสีย 4.3 ล้านดอลลาร์ ข่าวดีข่าวร้ายเนวาดาเนวาดาเป็นรัฐอันดับต้น ๆ ด้วยเงิน 136.1 ล้านดอลลาร์และ 12.6 ล้านดอลลาร์ตามลำดับทั้งในด้านการจัดการและรายได้ แต่ต่างจากนิวเจอร์ซีย์คือตัวเลขทั้งสองนี้ต่ำกว่าปีที่แล้วมาก สำหรับ Super Bowl ปี 2020 Nevada Sportsbook มีมูลค่า 154.7 ล้านดอลลาร์และรายได้ 18.8 ล้านดอลลาร์ เจ้าหน้าที่เกมของรัฐประณามการแพร่ระบาดของการลดลงของการเดิมพันในเนวาดา Michael Lawton นักวิเคราะห์การวิจัยอาวุโสของ NGCB กล่าวว่า “ในเนวาดา Super Bowl Handles ถูกครอบงำโดยการเข้าชมและลาสเวกัสรวมถึงภูมิภาคอื่น ๆ ทั่วทั้งรัฐเป็นตลาดปลายทางสำหรับลูกค้าที่จะเดิมพันเกม” วารสาร. โดยปกติแล้วในขณะที่ COVID-19 ยังคงโหมกระหน่ำ แต่สถานที่จัดงานประเภทปลายทางอย่างลาสเวกัสจะไม่เปิดทำการเช่นกันเมื่อสุดสัปดาห์ที่แล้วเนื่องจากความจุมี จำกัด และคนทั่วไปมีความตั้งใจน้อยที่จะไปดูหนังสือกีฬา ชาม. ลอว์ตันเสริมว่าเนวาดายังคงทำได้ดีทุกสิ่งที่พิจารณา แม้จะลดลง แต่หมายเลขที่จับก็ใหญ่เป็นอันดับห้าในรัฐ

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CBS Corporation, Football, National Football League, Ratings (Audience Measurement), Super Bowl, Television
Super Bowl Viewership Drop in Line With Wider Decrease for N.F.L. and Sports


Sunday’s Super Bowl was watched by just 91.6 million people on CBS, the lowest number of viewers for the game on traditional broadcast television since 2006. A total of 96.4 million people watched when other platforms — like the CBS All Access streaming service and mobile phone apps — were counted, still the lowest number of total viewers since 2007.Still, the Super Bowl will surely be the most watched television program of 2021, and the N.F.L. is expected to see a huge increase in television rights fees when it signs several new television distribution agreements over the next year.After peaking at 114 million television viewers in 2015, television ratings for the Super Bowl have declined in five of the past six years. The 9 percent decline in television viewership from last year’s Super Bowl is roughly in line with season-long trends. N.F.L. games were watched this season by 7 percent fewer people than the season before.Many of the necessary ingredients for a bonanza Super Bowl were present. The game featured an intriguing matchup between the two most popular quarterbacks in football, Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs. The weather Sunday was freezing across much of the country, which traditionally drives people inside to be entertained by their televisions. But the game itself failed to deliver, all but ending by the third quarter when the Buccaneers led 31-9, with no fourth quarter scoring or hint of a competitive game. Viewership is measured as the average of the audience watching at each minute of the game; the longer a game is competitive and viewers stay tuned in, the better.The N.F.L. joins almost every other sport in seeing viewership declines over the past year. The pandemic shut down the sporting world for months in the spring, and when games resumed they frequently lacked energy with few or no fans in the stands. Games were often played on unusual days or at unusual times, disrupting the traditional sports viewership calendar.

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Mattress Mack wins Draft Kings bet on the Super Bowl


When you wagered on the Super Bowl, we’re betting that it was only you and a few friends who knew if you’d win or lose. Perhaps only close family members knew that those sweats you were getting during the game weren’t the meat sweats but whether Tom Brady could lead the Buccaneers to their first Super Bowl in 19 years.They did, of course, because Tom Brady is the GOAT and he did what Tom Brady always seems to do in the Super Bowl. Tampa Bay Buccaneers took down the first Super Bowl title to be won in the winner’s home stadium in history.It goes without saying, then, that as a sportsbettor, you wanted to have Brady and the Bucs in general on your ticket, but no-one had them bigger than ‘Mattress Mack’. So-called due to the Houston-based betting legend giving away offers on his matteresses in conjunction with his massive sports wagers, Mack took The Buccaneers to the tune of $3.46 million after travelling to Colorado to bet on the DraftKings mobile app in the newly-legalised state.Mack Mcingvale was right to take The Bucs with the spread, of course and in the end, could have bet them -20.5 points as they ran out comfortable 31-9 winners.Houston-based Mcingvale hasn’t always ended up on the right side of a seven-figure plus wager. He famously bet $13m on his hometown Houston Astros to take home Major League Baseball’s Commissioner’s Trophy in 2019, but the Astros lost to the Washington Nationals across seven games.In making the bet, Mcingvale offered his customers the chance to get a full refund on any mattress purchase over a certain amount, and unlike in 2019, that paid off. It’s not just hedging bets against special offers for mattresses that ‘Mattress Mack’ makes, however.Last year, he lost around $2m betting against the Chiefs. This year, he was more confident of a result, as he explained to DraftKings before the game.“Tampa Bay is loaded with talent on both sides of the ball and led by the greatest football player of all time in Tom Brady, so I’m betting big on the Bucs who have overcome tough matchups throughout this postseason. The NFL has only seen eight instances of back-to-back champions and none in the past 16 years, so I like my chances going into Super Bowl LV for this trend to continue.”Mack was, of course, dead right and was congratulated across social media when Tom Brady helped his bet… and many Houston customers mattresses come home to roost.Jim McIngvale (@MattressMack) from @GFToday bet $3.436 million on Tampa Bay winning the Super Bowl and they did. Mack wins $2.75 million: “I think it’s great. Obviously Tampa Bay played terrific. The happiest thing for me is so many…” pic.twitter.com/egeAp6iLqS— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) February 8, 2021

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Damper นำไปใช้กับเทศกาล Super Bowl Sunday เนื่องจากปัญหาทางเทคนิคในหนังสือกีฬาของสหรัฐอเมริกา

กฎของเมอร์ฟี่ยกศีรษะที่น่าเกลียด การเติบโตของอุตสาหกรรมการพนันกีฬาในสหรัฐอเมริกาเป็นเรื่องที่น่าตื่นเต้นสำหรับทั้งคาสิโนและนักเดิมพัน แต่การเติบโตนั้นมาพร้อมกับความเจ็บปวดที่เพิ่มขึ้นอย่างหลีกเลี่ยงไม่ได้ ใน Super Bowl Sunday ซึ่งเป็นวันเดิมพันที่ใหญ่ที่สุดของปีหนังสือกีฬาหลายเล่มประสบปัญหาทางเทคนิคส่วนใหญ่เกิดจากจำนวนเงินเดิมพันที่พวกเขาประสบ Kambi บริษัท ที่ดูแลแบ็กเอนด์ของ Barstool Sports, BetRivers และ DraftKings ประสบปัญหาหนึ่งชั่วโมงก่อนเริ่มการแข่งขันซึ่งสร้างปัญหาให้กับลูกค้าที่พยายามเดิมพัน โฆษกบอกกับ Las Vegas Review-Journal ว่ามันไม่ใช่เรื่องของปริมาณโดยรวม แต่เป็นเรื่องของการเดิมพันเฉพาะที่เสนอโดยสปอร์ตบุ๊ค การเดิมพันนี้ต้องการ “ความสามารถทางเทคนิคที่สูงขึ้น” และเมื่อรวมกับการผลิตจำนวนมากทำให้มีงานในมือการตรวจสอบ DraftKings ทวีตทุกวันเพื่อแจ้งให้ลูกค้าทราบว่าเกิดอะไรขึ้นโดยเน้นว่าทุกสิ่งที่จัดการภายใน บริษัท รวมถึงผลิตภัณฑ์กีฬาแฟนตาซีและสระว่ายน้ำทำงานได้ดี ลูกค้าที่ต้องการวางเดิมพันและตรวจสอบประวัติการเดิมพันพบว่ามีอุปสรรค FanDuel ทวีต 45 นาทีก่อนเริ่มการแข่งขันว่าลูกค้าจากมิชิแกนและอิลลินอยส์มีปัญหาในการเข้าสู่ระบบและการเดิมพัน แต่ไม่ได้ให้รายละเอียด BetMGM มีคืนที่เลวร้ายที่สุดในช่วง Super Bowl เนื่องจากแอปบนอุปกรณ์เคลื่อนที่และซุ้มร้านค้าปลีกของพวกเขาหยุดทำงานทำให้เกิดการเดิมพันในเกมและทำให้ลูกค้าต้องปวดหัวกับการเก็บเงินเดิมพันครึ่งแรกและอุปกรณ์ประกอบฉาก ตามรายงานในท้องถิ่นตำรวจได้ส่งตัวไปยังสถานที่ให้บริการ Las Vegas MGM บางแห่งเพื่อให้แน่ใจว่าลูกค้าที่โกรธแค้นจะจับมือพวกเขาได้ ในที่สุดการเดิมพันออนไลน์ก็ตัดสินในอีกหลายชั่วโมงต่อมา เพื่อประโยชน์ในการให้เครดิต MGM จะเปิดหนังสือขายปลีกของเนวาดาจนถึง 1:00 น. ในวันจันทร์เพื่อชำระการเดิมพันทั้งหมด เปิดอีกครั้งเวลา 07.00 น. และรับจากจุดที่เปิดค้างไว้ มีความสำคัญในระยะยาวหรือไม่? คนในวงการมีความคิดเห็นที่หลากหลายว่าอาการสะอึกจะส่งผลต่อ บริษัท พนันในอนาคตอย่างไร Brendan Bussmann ผู้อำนวยการฝ่ายกิจการรัฐบาลของที่ปรึกษาการตลาดทั่วโลกกล่าวกับ Review-Journal ว่า“ มันเป็นความโกลาหลที่ทำให้เงินส่วนหนึ่งเหลืออยู่ในอุตสาหกรรม ซึ่งอาจส่งผลกระทบต่อผู้คนที่เล่นบนแพลตฟอร์มใด” แต่ Sarah Slane ผู้ก่อตั้ง Slane Advisory และอดีตรองประธานอาวุโสของ American Games Association ไม่คิดว่าเรื่องนี้จะเป็นเรื่องใหญ่ “ ผู้ประกอบการหลายราย (Super Bowl Sunday) เชื่อว่าการตลาดกำลังดึงดูดลูกค้าใหม่ตลอดทั้งปีหรือในงานอื่น ๆ ” สเลนกล่าว “ฉันมีช่วงเวลาที่ยากลำบาก แต่ … คนเหล่านี้มีความเข้าใจและมุ่งเน้นลูกค้าเป็นอย่างมากและฉันต้องการที่จะกลับไปที่นั่นและแก้ปัญหาได้อย่างราบรื่น” มีการคาดการณ์ว่าการระบาดของ COVID-19 จะกดดันการเดิมพันทั่วโลกโดยรวมใน Super Bowl แต่สหรัฐอเมริกามีแนวโน้มที่ดีขึ้น Eilers และ Krejcik Gaming ได้ประเมินว่าตั้งแต่ Super Bowl ก่อนหน้านี้เจ็ดรัฐจะวางเดิมพันอย่างถูกกฎหมาย 651 ล้านดอลลาร์สำหรับหนังสือกีฬาออนไลน์และบนบกในสหรัฐอเมริกาสำหรับ Super Bowl LV ที่เป็นสถิติของสหรัฐฯ

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The Crowd, the Quiet, the Cutouts: A Strange Year at the Super Bowl


Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.On Sunday, Benjamin Hoffman was at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., covering his 12th Super Bowl for The New York Times. His first, in 2009, was also in Tampa, But that might be where the similarities stop. Attendance for the game, a lopsided 31-9 win by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over the Kansas City Chiefs, was limited to a third of the stadium’s capacity, and the normal week of mega events was minimized to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. In a series of emails, Mr. Hoffman, a senior editor on the Sports desk, shared what the game was like from up close. Here is that edited exchange.You’ve covered previous Super Bowls. Those were usually preceded by days of events that gave the game its oversize feeling. What was it like when you arrived in Tampa this year?The entire week felt considerably different. Instead of spending Monday through Friday in hotel conference rooms with players, we were at home talking to them on Zoom. I arrived in Tampa on Friday — typically when a Super Bowl city has reached a fever pitch — and found it to have the feel of much earlier in the week. The various signs of a Super Bowl being in town — the blocked-off streets, the pop-up vendors, the N.F.L. gear being worn everywhere — were there, but the crowds seemed much smaller, and the media gatherings were nonexistent.Did you miss having face-to-face interviews with players and coaches?I think they did the best they could with the Zoom access to players, but nothing can really replicate the middle of a Super Bowl week when some of the media has cleared out and you find yourself in a room of players who would love to talk about the game rather than the off-the-wall questions they’ve spent the first few days of the week answering. The remote access also limited our ability to bounce around between players. A lot of the organic reporting that happens at Super Bowls just by being around people and events was impossible.How was it inside a Super Bowl with limited attendance? Did your senses pick up on anything in a less-than-packed stadium?The second I walked in I could tell just how few people were going to be there because the stands were already full of the corrugated plastic cutouts of fans. The people who were allowed in were spaced out.At first, the regulations about masks and distancing were followed closely, but that waned as the game started. By the second quarter, fans were milling around, many of them maskless, and they were treating the game like a tailgate party, which was pretty heavily influenced by it being the home team playing.The way The Times covers big sporting events has evolved. Online, a live briefing is updated constantly. How has the way a journalist works during the game changed?The live coverage has made everything more immediate, moving up the timeline on everything we do. Dave Anderson, the legendary Times sports columnist, had a famous line when an editor called him mid-game to ask what he was writing about. He said something along the lines of “it hasn’t happened yet.” We can’t work with a strategy like that anymore. We were writing everything as it happened and doing our best to make sense of all of it. In some ways it’s a lot easier — you’re largely writing about what’s in front of you — but the most difficult thing is the nagging feeling that there is a more pulled-back analysis that you’d like to be able to do but you just don’t have the time. Ben Shpigel largely detached to do that analysis, allowing others to do the more immediate stuff.As you mentioned, the Buccaneers won playing in their stadium, the first time that ever happened. Did it feel like a home game?Right up until game time I would have insisted the crowd was around 50-50, as Chiefs fans were being plenty vocal and the teams’ color schemes are fairly similar. But once they started playing it was apparent that it was a Buccaneers crowd. Their touchdowns were greeted with thunderous cheers, and in moments of surprising silence — a stadium that is two-thirds empty can really get quiet — you could hear fans shouting insults at [Chiefs quarterback] Patrick Mahomes. It had to be strangest for the players, because it was the Super Bowl, but in many ways it felt almost like a preseason game.Maybe the N.F.L. had timing and a structural advantage on its side. There are fewer games and less travel, for example. But are you surprised the league was able to play its entire season?The league got in all 256 regular season games and every playoff game, but there were some major compromises along the way that I’m not sure other leagues would have been willing to make. The most extreme was Denver having to play a game with a practice squad wide receiver at quarterback, but there were other issues, like the Browns playing the Jets with no wide receivers and the Saints playing a game with just one running back. The Steelers, thanks to an outbreak on the Tennessee Titans, essentially played the entire season without a bye week. So while I’ll absolutely credit the N.F.L. with working hard to make the season happen, I think they have perhaps overstated how smoothly the whole thing went.

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Amanda, Bieniemy, Black People, CBS Sports, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), Eric, Football, Gorman, Kansas City Chiefs, National Football League, Race and Ethnicity, Super Bowl, Tampa (Fla), United States National Anthem Protests (2016- )
At the Super Bowl, the N.F.L.’s Social Message Is Muddled


The N.F.L. likes to project power and precision. Sideline catches are scrutinized with zoom lenses, first downs are measured in inches and Air Force jets fly over stadiums just as “The Star-Spangled Banner” reaches its peak.But when it comes to topics like race, health and safety, the league’s certainty dissolves into a series of mixed messages.That was the case on Sunday at the Super Bowl, the N.F.L.’s crowning game, which is typically watched by about 100 million viewers in the United States. The championship game provides the league a massive platform each year to promote itself as America’s corporate do-gooder, with the best interests of its enormous fan base at heart. That was harder to do this year as the country remained roiled by the deadly coronavirus pandemic, which has exacerbated festering political division and racial unrest, issues the N.FL. had to plow past to complete its season.On Sunday, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., the N.F.L. trumpeted its support for the fight against social injustice. The national anthem was performed by two musicians, one Black and one white. The poet Amanda Gorman, who wowed the country with her recitation at President Biden’s inauguration, read an ode to the three honorary captains — a teacher, a nurse and a soldier — frontline workers in different fields. The TV announcers spoke often of the work that the league and the players have done to battle racial inequities.Yet, moments later, when the Kansas City Chiefs took the field, the N.F.L. played a recording in the reduced capacity stadium of the made-up war cry that is a team custom. The prompt got fans to swing their arms in a “tomahawk chop,” an act that many find disrespectful and a perpetuation of racist stereotypes of the nation’s first people. Last week, the Kansas City Indian Center, a social service agency, put up two billboards in the city that read, “Change the name and stop the chop!”“At the start of the game it was all unify, unify, unify, and then there’s this racist chant,” said Louis Moore, an associate professor of history at Grand Valley State University who studies connections between race and sports. “Eight months after George Floyd, and you’ve done all this stuff, letting players put phrases on the backs of their helmets, giving workers a paid holiday for Juneteenth. They are putting a corporate Band-Aid on a problem instead of dealing with it.”Moore pointed to other inconvenient realities that were either dismissed, ignored or obscured by the relentless messaging.There was scant mention of Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who has not played since the 2016 season, when he began kneeling during the national anthem to shine a light on police brutality.That led to a sharp, viral rebuke on Twitter from the singer Mariah Carey.There was little talk of the league’s abysmal record hiring people of color as head coaches and general managers even as television cameras showed the Chiefs’ successful offensive coordinator, Eric Bieniemy, who is Black and has been unable to land a head coaching position in multiple hiring cycles.Before the game, CBS Sports showed a segment that featured Viola Davis, the Academy Award-winning actress, saluting Kenny Washington, a Black player who in 1946 reintegrated the N.F.L., which had an unofficial color barrier for 13 years.Yet there was no discussion of a lawsuit brought by two former N.F.L. players who accuse the league of rigging the concussion settlement to make it harder for Black players to receive payments.The league spent considerable time lauding nurses and other health care workers on the front lines who have been helping fight the coronavirus. It had invited 7,500 vaccinated workers to the game, a signal to Americans that if you, too, get inoculated, you will be able to safely attend big events like the Super Bowl.Not discussed was that just hosting the Super Bowl could lead to a spike in the number of infections. Sure, the N.F.L. provided fans at the game with face masks and hand sanitizer, but little if any contact tracing was done to monitor exposure. Tracking infected fans will be made all the more difficult as people return to their homes in all corners of the country.The Super Bowl, American sports’ biggest party, is not confined to TV and phone screens. The week of events leading up to the game was a magnet for tens of thousands of fans who attended parties or flocked to Tampa’s bars and restaurants, often unmasked. In the aftermath of the home team’s victory, mask-less revelers took to the streets of Tampa, an utterly predictable scene that has followed other major championships. Many of the people who celebrated without regard to social distancing or other guidelines will expose others to the virus as they travel home.For all the N.F.L.’s feel-good words and gestures to this moment in American history at the Super Bowl, and its attempts to use football to try to bring the nation together, the league’s carefully crafted message risked being muddled by its actions.

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Andy, Football, Kansas City Chiefs, Reid, Super Bowl, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Traffic Accidents and Safety
Britt Reid, Son of Chiefs Coach, Drank Alcohol Ahead of Car Crash


Britt Reid, the outside linebackers coach for the Kansas City Chiefs and a son of the head coach, Andy Reid, told police officers he had “two or three drinks” before he was involved in an automobile crash Thursday night that left a child with life-threatening injuries, according to a search warrant filed in Jackson County, Mo., circuit court.The crash occurred just days before the Super Bowl in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, when the Chiefs, the reigning N.F.L. champions, played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Chiefs flew to Tampa on Saturday, but Britt Reid, 35, did not make the trip.According to the search warrant, an officer could smell “a moderate odor of alcoholic beverages” on Reid after the crash. The search warrant said the police sought to draw Reid’s blood and test it for alcohol and other controlled substances.On Friday, in a statement, the team confirmed that Reid had been involved in a crash, but provided no details. “We are in the process of gathering information, and we will have no further comment at this time,” the statement said.In response to an inquiry about a possible accident involving Britt Reid, a spokesman for the police department in Kansas City, Mo., said that a crash had occurred on Interstate 435, not far from the Chiefs’ training facility.The spokesman would not provide more details or identify anyone who was involved in the crash, citing a Missouri law that prohibits the police from releasing the names of people who have not been charged with a crime. But the details in the police incident report, such as the make and model of the cars involved and the description of what happened, matched the search warrant, which does name Reid.According to the police, a vehicle ran out of gas on a freeway entrance ramp less than a mile from Arrowhead Stadium. The driver stopped with his flashers on and called his cousins for help. When they arrived, the cousins parked in front of the disabled car and left their lights on, as the battery was dying in the disabled car.Reid entered the on-ramp driving a Ram pickup truck and hit the left front of the stranded car, according to the police incident report. The driver was sitting in the car and was not injured.Reid’s pickup then slammed into the rear of the cousins’ car. The driver and an adult in the front passenger seat were not injured. But a 4-year-old and a 5-year-old sitting in the back were both injured and taken to the hospital, the 5-year-old with life-threatening injuries.The 5-year-old was still in critical condition on Monday morning, according to a police spokesman.After the Super Bowl, which the Chiefs lost, 31-9, Andy Reid addressed his son’s accident for the first time.“My heart goes out to all those that were involved in the accident, in particular the family with the little girl who’s fighting for her life,” Andy Reid said, adding that his “heart bleeds.”Britt Reid had non-life-threatening injuries, the police said, but complained of stomach pain and was also taken to a hospital after the accident.Reid has been a Chiefs coach since his father was hired as head coach eight years ago, and has spent the last two seasons as the outside linebackers coach. Before joining the Chiefs’ coaching staff, he spent three seasons at Temple University as a graduate assistant working with the offense.He was also an intern for his father with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009.Britt Reid has been in legal trouble previously. In 2007, Reid, then 22, pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges stemming from a road rage dispute. He brandished a handgun at another driver in suburban Philadelphia on the same day his brother Garrett was arrested after a drug-related traffic crash. Andy Reid took a five-week leave of absence from the Eagles after his sons were arrested.Britt Reid also pleaded guilty to simple assault, possession of an instrument of crime and drug possession in the case. While out on bail before the case was decided, he was arrested after driving into a shopping cart in a parking lot and eventually pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.In 2012, Garrett Reid was found dead of an accidental overdose in his dormitory room at the Eagles’ training site in Bethlehem, Pa. He was 29.

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Serena Williams and Tom Brady: Ageless Wonders With a Difference


MELBOURNE, Australia — As fans fished for autographs by tying cords around oversize tennis balls and dangling them over the rail for Serena Williams, her mind drifted to the other side of the world.“How amazing!” Williams muttered, as much to herself as anyone else, while she scribbled her signature after her 6-1, 6-1 first-round victory against Laura Siegemund at the Australian Open on Monday. “Can you imagine winning the Super Bowl at 43?”In the lead-up to this year’s Open, Williams, 39, had repeatedly expressed her admiration for Tom Brady, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback who delivered his seventh Super Bowl title on Sunday night. His determination and excellence have inspired her “since when he beat Kurt Warner,” she said, referring to the New England Patriots’ victory over the St. Louis Rams in the 2002 Super Bowl.Brady’s only misstep, Williams joked last week, was his choice of teams last year as a free agent. “I mean, he just should have come to the Dolphins, really,” said Williams, who owns a minority stake in Miami’s N.F.L. franchise along with her sister Venus.Williams, 39, sees in Brady a kindred spirit, someone whose appetite for competition and desire to succeed have not receded over time. “I look at Tom Brady, it’s so inspiring,” she said.With his latest title, his first outside New England, Brady brought to a boil the long-simmering debate about sports’ greatest athlete. That discussion must include Williams, a 23-time major winner whose next Grand Slam singles title will tie Margaret Court’s career record. And Williams, 39, may be the only member of greatest-ever debate to have won one of her titles while pregnant. She delivered her daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian, via an emergency C-section on Sept. 1, 2017, nearly seven months after she won the Australian Open. She said they haven’t spent a day apart since.“Is that healthy?” Williams said Monday. She laughed. “Not at all. Not even close. But every single day I just want to be around her.”Williams’s choice to be a doting parent, come hell or hard quarantine, may be where her path most clearly diverges from Brady’s. Two weeks before the Super Bowl, Brady was reportedly alone in his Tampa mansion, having sent away his wife and three children so he could give his undivided attention to football for the 12 days leading to the big game.Two weeks before the Australian Open, Williams was finishing a mandatory 14-day self-isolation, which required her to hole up in a hotel for 19 hours a day with her husband, the tech entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian, and their high-spirited daughter.Williams acknowledged that Brady’s preparation made more sense, but said, “I wasn’t strong enough to do the banishment.”She added: “I would not have been able to function without my 3-year-old around. Not even close. I think I would be in a depression.”Elite athletes typically don’t do much in their down time on the days or weeks in which they are competing, preserving their energy for the bursts of effort their sports demand. For Williams, the accelerating and downshifting processes are compressed. She’s a drag racer, going in a flash from mama to megastar.One of her matches at a tuneup event last week at Melbourne Park ended just after 8 p.m., leaving Williams caught in parenting territory similar to the terra incognita between the service line and baseline. Olympia’s bedtime was 8:30. Should she rush back to tuck in her baby or go through her usual post-match paces and make peace with not seeing her daughter until the morning?Her instinct was to rush home. “But I’m a little torn,” Williams said in her post-match news conference that day. “I’m like, maybe I should just let her go to bed so she doesn’t get too moody.”Williams added: “She’s too hyper. She needs her rest. She’s a busy kid. She has a fully booked schedule.”Like mother, like daughter. “She really is,” Williams said with a reflective sigh.Before another of Williams’s matches last week, Ohanian walked to his seat. In his arms he carried a squirming Olympia, who pointed to Williams on the court and said, “Hey, that’s my mama!”Williams said her daughter knows that the court is her office. But does she assume every working woman plays tennis? Williams isn’t sure. Sometimes when Olympia attends matches or practice sessions, she’ll freak out Williams by mimicking everyone else and calling her Serena.Williams said: “I’m like: ‘You can’t say Serena. You have to call me Mama.’”Williams’s second round opponent will be a 24-year-old Serbian, Nina Stojanovic, who was younger than Olympia when Serena won the first of her 73 W.T.A. Tour titles. Stojanovic would do well to tune out the player introductions Wednesday since it requires a sizable chunk of the six-minute warm-up period to recite Williams’s achievements.“When the announcer said on the court, ‘23 Grand Slam titles, seven Australian Opens,’ he was like, ‘14 doubles titles,’ then he starts talking about mixed doubles, I’m like jeez,” Williams said last week.But none of what Williams has done matters as much to her as what is left to accomplish. When Brady said before the Super Bowl that his favorite championship is his next one, it resonated with Williams. “That would absolutely be my answer, for sure,” she said.Why?“Because otherwise you’re living off of what you already did,” she said.That mind-set is why Williams can conduct a tour of the trophy room in her house in Miami, as she recently did for Architectural Digest, and struggle to identify which trophies are from which tournament.It was why she is unbothered that one of her seven Wimbledon trophies disappeared after a party she threw with Venus several years ago. Or maybe it was one of Venus’s five that vanished. “Was that my Wimbledon trophy or was that her Wimbledon trophy?” Williams said. “The argument is still going on.”She added wryly, “Conversations in the Williams home.”Since her daughter’s birth, Williams has appeared in two Grand Slam finals but has yet to win one. With her next Grand Slam title, she can show everybody, as Brady did Sunday in Tampa, that she still has the power to amaze.“You can’t say it was the system he was at formerly,” Williams said, referring to Brady’s six Super Bowl titles under Coach Bill Belichick in New England. But she knows better. “It’s definitely Tom Brady.”

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Abel (Weeknd), Pop and Rock Music, Super Bowl, Tesfaye
The Weeknd Emerges From the Shadows at the Super Bowl Halftime Show


For almost all of his decade-long career, the Weeknd has been finding ever more ornate ways to duck the spotlight, becoming immeasurably famous and popular while maintaining a cool, skeptical and effective remove from the harsh, sometimes goofy spotlight of fame.Out on the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show, though, there isn’t much one can do to hide. It is a locale that flattens nuance, sandpapers intent. It’s live and heavily vetted. For someone whose songs often dive deep into traumatic and provocative subject matter, but gleam so brightly and convincingly that it’s easy to miss the brittle soul within, it is an unlikely, almost vulnerable place to find yourself.Which probably explains why, at Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., the Weeknd rejiggered the terms of the performance. What would ordinarily be a hyperchoreographed spectacle with countless moving parts was instead something more focused and, at times, unnervingly intimate. Even though his music tends toward the maximalist, the Weeknd found several ways to make the performance appear small, a kind of secret whispered in front of an audience that tops 100 million.In a performance clearly designed for at-home consumption, he focused intently on the cameras. Behind him was a band and a choir interspersed among a neon cityscape, and often he was surrounded by dancers — their faces bandaged, in keeping with the fame-skeptic iconography of his recent music videos — but often, the Weeknd stood alone. His eye contact was intense. When he danced, he mostly did so in isolation. In the midst of a pyrotechnic affair, there he was, keeping his own time.That was also partly the result of the unique circumstances of the event this year: a grand-scaled affair reimagined with pandemic restrictions in mind. Rather than the usual stage setup — assembled at midfield, then rapidly disassembled after the show — the Weeknd performed largely from the stands, only descending to the field for the final few minutes of his set.Wearing a glittery red blazer and spectator shoes with an all-black ensemble, he sometimes appeared like a cabaret mayor, a master of ceremony for a space-age function. He stuck to the biggest of his many big hits. “Starboy” was vibrant, and “The Hills” had a majestic sweep.After “The Hills,” he pivoted to something more peculiar, walking into an overlit labyrinth and performing “Can’t Feel My Face” amid a scrum of face-bandaged look-alikes. The camera was hand-held and unsteady, communicating a glamorous mayhem that this event usually doesn’t dabble in.Afterward, he tempered the mood with some of his biggest-tent hits: the sunshiny “I Feel It Coming,” the oversized “Save Your Tears” and then “Earned It,” his theatrical ballad from the “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack.There could perhaps be no more fitting moment for the Weeknd to be headlining the halftime show: After almost a year of avoiding other people, who better to set the terms of public engagement than pop music’s greatest hermit? That said, it was jarring this week to watch him poke his head out from the shadows, engaging in a terse, not wholly comfortable news conference, and yuk-yuking in a comedy sketch with James Corden.There are some responsibilities of this level of fame that aren’t negotiable. Asked at the news conference whether he would temper his songs or performance in any way, given how lurid and graphic his recent videos have been, the Weeknd insisted, “We’ll keep it PG for the families, definitely.”Which is to say, there was no mischief injected onto one of pop music’s grandest, most-viewed and most scrutinized stages — take, for example, the raw carnal provocations of Prince’s 2007 rain-shellacked performance, or the fire-eyed political radicalism of Beyoncé’s takeover of Coldplay’s tepid set in 2016, or M.I.A.’s middle finger in 2012.Mostly, as promised, he kept it PG, though he did toss in a sly grin and a tiny sashay of the hip during “I Feel It Coming,” and the scattered mayhem during “Can’t Feel My Face” suggested far more sinister things than could be represented. His recent music videos have focused on the grotesquerie of celebrity worship, but that narrative was nodded to but largely sidelined.This is the second halftime show produced in part by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, in an arrangement struck while the league was trying to address fallout from its handling of Colin Kaepernick’s racial justice protests. In recent years, the N.F.L. has seemingly perpetually been in crisis-response mode. This season was consistently challenged by the impact of the coronavirus.Before the game, the rock-soul singer H.E.R. performed “America the Beautiful,” injecting some Prince-minded guitar filigree. And the national anthem was a duet between the phenomenally gifted soul singer Jazmine Sullivan and the country stoic Eric Church, wearing a purple moto-esque jacket as if to overemphasize the political and cultural middle ground the performance — sturdy, sometimes impressive — was so clearly striving for.In the Weeknd, the N.F.L. opted for one of the few unimpeachable pop stars of the past decade, a consistent hitmaker with an ear for contemporary production and an affection for the grandeur and sheen of the biggest 1980s pop.Only during the last couple of minutes, when he finally emerged onto the field, did he acknowledge just how far he had come. Playing at that moment was a snippet of “House of Balloons,” the murky title song from his extremely murky debut mixtape, released a decade ago. At that point, the Weeknd was a total cipher, a Toronto miscreant with an ethereal voice and zero interest in sharing himself with the rest of the world.This nod to his past was quick — a wink for longtime fans — and it gave way to “Blinding Lights,” his exuberant smash from 2019, which topped the Hot 100 for four weeks. It’s a sterling song that evokes both an idyllic future and triggers aural sense memories of mega-pop’s glory years. On the field, he was surrounded by hundreds of Weeknd-alike dancers. In the beginning, he moved with them in lock step. But as the song swelled, and the dancers began to swarm in odd patterns, the Weeknd moved in his own rhythm, holding the camera’s gaze, alone amid the chaos.

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