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    • Good regular season all over because of playoff melt downs lead by Alex Smith and Andy Reid. Adversity to overcome last year playoff lost, prove that last year isn’t a fluke . And Cam MVP season was well after his first 2 seasons. His MVP year isn’t better than Mahomes MVP year. I’ll say it again Mahomes first 2 seasons > any other QB.
    • Well this debunks the conspiracies about a packers and chief Super Bowl just “because” they both played in the first Super Bowl and it being the 100th year... you know.. If you’re into that stuff 
    • Game over SF to the Big Dance.  Time to go back to the drawing board for the Packs.
    • 125 yards is still bad and not all the runs were outside. Not to mention Gordon didn't even play. 
    • Pretty much, except players for a team in a state income tax collection, must also pay their home state income tax earned while playing in states that do not have state income tax.  Players for no income tax states pay no taxes on 1/2 their (home) games, nor endorsements. They then pay non-resident income tax to states their team plays road games.      I have heard they were typically less, but not for every state (from what I was told).   There is supposedly a new law that will affect taxed players too, because individuals can no longer deduct more than $10,000 for state and local taxes (SALT) or declare miscellaneous itemized deductions for work-related expenses and investment fees on Federal returns. And these tax law changes, especially the latter, will cost pro athletes more than most people.   Can you imagine California? 37% Federal and 13% state? that's 1/2 your salary right there!!
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