The NFC beat the AFC in a game watched by a surprisingly large number of people, but it was not for lack of effort by Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt. His favorite band Train opened the show with one or more of their many hit songs. Then Watt went out and recorded five tackles and a sack. He also hurt his finger and bled all over the sideline. What a game!
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Breaking down barriers.
The Rio Olympics must be canceled immediately.
The Philadelphia 76ers must trade Jahlil Okafor this offseason.
Rob Ryan Called Last Two Years in New Orleans "Waste of Time," Wants You to Know He Did Damn Good Job
Rob Ryan, still confident.
Practice when you can, where you can.