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The real winners and losers of Super Bowl LIV

Published Feb. 3, 2020

Everybody knows that the Chiefs won and the 49ers lost - but who REALLY won the big game? And who TRULY lost? And who SUPER never needs to see or hear anything about "The Masked Singer" ever again? Let's talk the real winners and losers of Super Bowl LIV.

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Make this Patriots-free Super Bowl even better with this drinking game

Published Feb. 2, 2020

For the last two years, in order to help make the New England Patriots playing in the big game tolerable, we've brought you the NFL Memes Facebook page and their Super Bowl drinking game. But this year's drinking game isn't for survival - it's for celebrating!

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Packers vs. 49ers: Who has the better famous fans?

Published Jan. 18, 2020

There's been a lot to discuss, debate and analyze in the lead-up to the massive Packers-Niners clash on Sunday. But what about the most important question: Who's got the better famous fans?

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"I got your back homie": Jabari Parker wears Kaepernick jersey in support

Published Sept. 7, 2016

On Tuesday, Bucks forward Jabari Parker publicly came out in support of NFL player Colin Kaepernick, wearing the 49ers QB's top-selling jersey with the caption, "Never followed the wave but this one is necessary. I got your back homie @kaepernick7." It was Parker's latest social issue stand.

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Former Brewers Bush, McClung speak up about Kaepernick's sit-down

Published Aug. 31, 2016

Former Brewers pitchers Dave Bush and Seth McClung spent a lot of time standing for the national anthem during their careers. Like their teammates, rising was expected of them before every game, so when Colin Kaepernick made a statement by refusing to stand before an exhibition game last week, ex-players took note.

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Milwaukee is not the next Cleveland

Published June 21, 2016

Before the champagne had dried on the Cavaliers' celebration Sunday night, people already began looking for which sports fans were the saddest now that that city's losing streak was over. And wouldn't you know it, it's us. But really, Milwaukee is not the next Cleveland.

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Green Bay replay: Packers 30, 49ers 24

Published Nov. 22, 2009

After dominating the first half, running back Ryan Grant (pictured) and the Packers hung on to beat San Francisco Sunday afternoon at Lambeau Field. The victory was overshadowed, though, by injuries to cornerback Al Harris and linebacker Aaron Kampman. Harris suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and will be lost for the season.

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Green Bay Replay: Packers 31, 49ers 19

Published Dec. 11, 2006

After getting their clocks cleaned by the Jets last week at Lambeau Field, the Packers put forth a strong effort and virtually extinguished San Francisco's playoff hopes.

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T.O. drowns in sea of absurdity, hilarity

Published Nov. 30, 2005

In the end, T.O. was taken out by Dick Bloch. That sure does sound about right, doesn't it? It was a perfectly comical ending to a perfectly absurd sports mini-drama.

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Old Lambeau luck sends Pack to second round

Published Jan. 14, 2002

Sunday's playoff game was the last game at "old" Lambeau Field. The Packers had their same old luck while extending their playoff record at Lambeau to 11-0 and advancing to the second round of the NFL playoffs. Read about it, the Bucks and other Milwaukee Sports Buzz.