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  1. https://www.mlb.com/news/mookie-betts-trade-red-sox-dodgers After months of speculation, Mookie Betts is heading west. The Red Sox have agreed to trade the star outfielder, as well as lefty starter David Price, to the Dodgers, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan. Neither team has confirmed the news. A source told MLB.com's Mark Feinsand that the Twins are the third team involved in the deal. The baseball world is processing a blockbuster trade. Betts is one of Major League Baseball’s best players; he won the 2018 American League MVP Award and has placed in the top 10 in MVP voting three other times in the span of his six-year career. Last year, Betts hit .295 with 29 homers and scored a Major League-best 135 runs for Boston. Betts is also a four-time Gold Glove Award winner who can handle any position in the outfield. According to FanGraphs’ version of WAR, Betts has been the sport’s second-most valuable player behind Mike Trout since his first full season in 2015. The Red Sox have been searching for solutions to their payroll situation throughout the winter in order to avoid paying the penalty for exceeding the competitive balance tax threshold (CBT) for a third time. The CBT threshold for the 2020 season is $208 million, and Boston’s CBT payroll figure stood at roughly $228 million, per Cot’s Baseball Contracts, as of this morning. The Red Sox would have to pay a 50% tax on the overages if they remain over the CBT threshold by Opening Day. Betts is owed $27 million this year aftersettling with the Red Sox to avoid arbitration, and he is set to lead the free-agent market next offseason. Therefore, Boston’s goals were twofold: offload salary to try and get under the CBT threshold, and recoup value for its superstar, Betts, before he potentially departed via free agency. Read more: Mookie Betts
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    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    Except for our logo
  3. Very satisfied with that game. Not one of the best super bowls ever, but never got bored watching it. 10th most viewed SB in history. Damien Williams got snubbed from MVP, but then again, this one of those where it was like, who do you give it to? In your face, Bay
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    Editing signature

    I don't have that tab anywhere
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    Editing signature

    Why is it so hard these days and why can i not figure it out. I click on my name, click "Edit profile" and theres all the about me info and stuff but nowhere in the user panel do i see the edit signature option any more
  6. San Francisco 49ers (15-3) vs Kansas City Chiefs (14-4) When: Sunday, Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida | Tickets Vegas line: KC -1.5 (O/U 52.5) ESPN's Football Power Index: KC, 64.8% (by 5.0 points) -------- ---------- ---------- Here's some early advice on Super Bowl LIV: Prepare for a lot of red. TheKansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers advanced Sunday out of their respective conferences, gifting us the NFL's first Super Bowl matchup of teams that employ red as their primary color. (Let it also serve as a reminder that no fact is too minor during Super Bowl hype week.) A more meaningful fact? It's just the second Super Bowl ever between a team that led its conference in rushing yards and one that led in passing yards (Super Bowl VI was the other). The 49ers rushed for 2,305 yards, and the Chiefs gained 4,498 through the air this season. San Francisco 49ers Reason for hope: The 49ers have been in just about every type of game imaginable this season, winning blowouts and nail-biters along the way. But they've never been on the wrong end of a blowout. Even when they aren't at the top of their game, these 49ers find a way to be in it until the final seconds. With an explosive offense, suffocating defense and solid special teams, the Niners play complementary football as well as any team in the league and are unafraid of the big stage despite their relative youth.-- Nick Wagoner NFL on ESPN+ Relive the NFL's greatest games, original series and more. Watch on ESPN+ Reason for concern: There simply aren't many weaknesses on this team -- but there are a few matchups that have been exploited at times. Offenses that have the ability to attack the side of the field opposite cornerbackRichard Sherman have been a challenge at times, and teams with mobile quarterbacks have given the defense fits, too. (Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had 53 rushing yards in each of his postseason games this year.) -- Wagoner The 49ers win if ... they continue to do what they've done most of the year: control the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. That allows the pass-rush to create havoc for Mahomes, and the running game -- led by Raheem Mostert -- to dictate the tempo and set up explosive pass plays for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. -- Wagoner Kansas City Chiefs Reason for hope: The Chiefs have reason to believe they'll win in every game they're quarterbacked by Mahomes. They're 27-8 with him as their starting quarterback. The eight losses are by a total of 36 points, and Mahomes as a starter has never lost a game by more than seven points. -- Adam Teicher Reason for concern: For a team with as many great offensive skill players as the Chiefs have, they struggle at times in the red zone. They scored a TD on just 54% of their trips inside the opponents' 20 during the regular season. A failure to finish drives in the Super Bowl would most likely prove costly. -- Teicher The Chiefs win if ... they rely on Mahomes to carry them. He hasn't let the Chiefs down yet. If the Chiefs play to his many strengths, they'll claim their first Lombardi trophy in 50 years. -- Teicher Stat to know Mahomes has been the Chiefs' leading rusher in both 2019 playoff games. There will be plenty of time to celebrate and project Mahomes' passing performance, but his ability to convert first downs and touchdowns via the run has made the Chiefs' offense nearly unstoppable. He is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to rush for at least 50 yards in consecutive playoff games. -- Seifert Big questions Super Bowl LIV Coverage What you need to know: • First look at 49ers-Chiefs » • Reid, Shanahan legacy game » • Full playoff bracket, more » • Super Bowl LIV coverage » More NFL coverage » Does the Chiefs' defense have one more big game in it? At this point, it's fair to assume Mahomes and this Chiefs offense are capable of spectacular things, even against the 49ers' fearsome defense. But can Steve Spagnuolo's group, which held NFL rushing leader Derrick Henryto 69 yards in the AFC Championship Game, find an answer to the 49ers' multidimensional run game? San Francisco tore apart Green Bay on the ground Sunday. If the Chiefs are to deliver Andy Reid his first Super Bowl title, they'll have to find a way to keep the 49ers from controlling the game on the ground and force Garoppolo to try to beat them with his arm. -- Dan Graziano Is the 49ers' defense good enough to stop -- or at least limit -- Mahomes? San Francisco took away Dalvin Cook and the Vikings' run game in the divisional round. It neutralized Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' passing game in the NFC Championship Game. San Francisco's defense is loaded up front with first-round picks playing at a high level. Nick Bosa might be one of the few edge rushers in the league who can run down Mahomes from behind when he scrambles. But can the Niners' front continue its smothering ways against the 2018 NFL MVP and the blistering speed of the Chiefs' offense? It will be the toughest test to date. -- Graziano X factor: Raheem Mostert It might seem odd to classify the 49ers' running back in this category after his outrageous performance in the NFC Championship Game. But the 49ers are in the Super Bowl for two reasons: their dominant defensive front and their NFC-best running game. Unless veteran tailback Tevin Coleman can return from what looked like a serious arm injury, Mostert will take the lead role in an area of the game that is critically important to the 49ers' success. -- Seifert
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    Luke Kuechely quits football

    Yeah put him in the Hall. Bobby Wagner's still better tho
  8. Officers arrived at Brown's home Tuesday after receiving a report that he and his trainer, Glen Holt, allegedly attacked someone, according to the Hollywood Police Department. Holt was arrested and charged with burglary with battery in connection to the incident. Authorities were unable to make contact Brown and are calling this an ongoing criminal investigation. Brown has had a number of incidents with police in recent months that led the Hollywood Police Department to remove the former player from their Athletic League. The Hollywood Police Department said it visited Brown's residence on Dec 14 related to a non-violent domestic disturbance call in which Brown treated officers "with disrespect and disdain." Chelsie Kyriss, the mother of three children with Brown, told police that she had an argument with Brown and was attempting to gain access to her belongings in the house.
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    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    The team that scores less than the other will win? Ohhh
  10. BC

    Super Bowl LIV Picks

    I predict that the winner of the super bowl will score more points than the other team. Beat that PhillElliot.
  11. I've never seen a meltdown this lit before lol
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    Yeah, I'ma need a new AFC Banner

    If that's the case lets do the Bosa brothers.
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