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It's Down To 4 Teams In The NFL Playoffs

Jan 18, 2016
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Sales Of 'Most Wanted Shirt' Skyrocket

Jan 15, 2016
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Good morning. I'm David Greene. Some first-graders in Minnesota were given a pen pal, Minnesota Vikings kicker Blair Walsh. Walsh, we should remember, missed a short field goal, knocking his team out of the playoffs.

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When Super Bowl 50 is played early next month, it will easily be the most watched televised event of the year, with roughly a third of American households tuning in.

It wasn't always that way. After the first Super Bowl was played back in 1967, NBC and CBS, the networks that broadcast the game, erased the tapes.

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