Superbowl 2016

Superbowl 2016  

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  1. 1. Who do you think will win Superbowl 2016?

    • Denver Broncos
    • Carolina Panthers

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We can watch  it  again  from  Germany  too !  ;o)   Some photo's  for  the  attunement.....  MUCH  FUN  FOR  ALL !








Its  not  my  FAV.  SPORT  -  but  I  will  watch  for  a  little FUN  -  by  posting  and  thinking  to  you  ALL  from  Germany !

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*SUPERBOWL  2016*  ---   KICK  OFF  TIME  IN  GERMANY  VERY  LATE...  at  0:30am !  BEFORE =  INFO'S  &  SPECTACLE ;o)

STARTING  HERE  at  11:15pm !  THAT  MEANS,  IN  THE  USA  KICK  OFF  AT  AFTERNOON...  a  nice  time !  ITS  GOING

5 - 6  hours....  WOW !!   I  HOPE  IT  WILL   BE  FAIR  GAMES  ;o)

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The Coldplay halftime show is somewhat bleh.... but I do like Bruno Mars' talent. He seems to be a modern day Michael Jackson style entertainer.


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Now they are just reviewing past performances since they couldn't come up with anything new. Regurgitating old Superbowl performances

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44 yard field goal hits the post!!!!  Broncos take over...

Those poor field goal guys must be under extreme pressure  (but I guess that is why they make the big bucks isn't it?)

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On 8.2.2016 at 3:00 AM, admin said:

44 yard field goal hits the post!!!!  Broncos take over...

Those poor field goal guys must be under extreme pressure  (but I guess that is why they make the big bucks isn't it?)

YES !!

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