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NFL is ok with a conf. championship game in a 30,000 seat stadium ?

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16 minutes ago, Superman said:


It's as simple as playing one game Saturday. They'll have a similar issue if the Rams and Chargers both host a championship game starting in 2020.

I agree, Saturday/Sunday make the most sense.

Interesting that baseball can do the day/night doubleheader and usher out 50,000 people, empty parking lots, restock concessions and clean the stadium in a matter of a few hours. Never been to one so I wonder how much "cleaning" goes on.

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2 hours ago, Girlzarefanstoo said:

Moot point now.  KC it will be if we get past New England.  Can't  help but think KC would prefer the Patriots.


Keep the Rivers 3-0 in 1 pm ET playoff games mojo going :) 

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On 1/8/2019 at 1:39 PM, Narcosys said:


Mahomes and the Chiefs are the new "hotness" and we have seen the Luck vs Brady already several times and the outcome is always the same. Not sure if they want that again when they can have the league MVP vs the arguable GOAT, one starting his career being great and one finishing his career. Plus a Chiefs/Saints SB is the prolific marquee matchup that the NFL wants to see, tons of points in that matchup 75pt over/under.

Nailed it. Now let's see what happens with the saints and eagles.

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