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Gillette Stadium in Foxborough will be filled to capacity for a tricky NFL playoff predictions game between the Colts and Patriots. An ESPN Jan. 10, 2014 report states that while most people are picking the home team to cover, NFL fans may be in for a surprise.
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Bucs owner Malcolm Glazer dies
At that point, the Buccaneers had been Super Bowl champions a little less than 24 hours, and yet more than 60,000 fans had flocked to the stadium on short notice that Monday evening in 2003 to welcome their team home from San Diego.
When finally the Bucs arrived and the cheers began to soar cheers forged by decades of losses, heartbreak, blunders and ridicule it was this sprite of a man in a tweed coat and reddish beard who was holding a trophy above his head and leading a swaggering group of conquerors onto the field.
Previous years hadn't Louis Nix Kids Jersey always been smooth for the Bucs owner, and subsequent days would grow rocky too. But that moment is what bay area fans will likely always recall when thinking about the man who rescued a franchise once at risk of disappearing.
Malcolm Glazer, who had been in declining health for a number of years after suffering two strokes, died Wednesday morning. He was 85.
"He was responsible, I think, for the Buccaneers turning the corner,'' said Jon Gruden, who was head coach of the Super Bowl team. "He improved everything about the organization, from their image to their colors to their reputation. They became a global franchise after winning the Super Bowl. He deserves Tom Savage Youth Jersey a tremendous amount of credit.''
The Bucs franchise, which has been run in recent years by three of Mr. Glazer's sons, is expected to remain under the family's ownership.
Little was known about Mr. Glazer when he first came to Tampa Bay's attention in 1994 as a potential buyer of the team that had, arguably, the NFL's worst reputation. A tireless worker, Mr. Glazer soon began investing in real estate and would eventually amass a fortune valued today at $4 billion, including the Bucs and famed soccer team Manchester United of England.
His business portfolio would eventually include restaurant chains, TV stations and large chunks of the Harley Davidson motorcycle company that he tried to purchase in an unfriendly takeover.
"He http://www.texansnflofficialauthentic.com/authentic-tom-savage-jersey.html was shy, he was quiet, he was unassuming as billionaires go,'' Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn said. "His story was a true rags to riches. It was an American success story.''
When previous Bucs owner Hugh Culverhouse died in 1994, the franchise was in complete disarray. The team had a historic streak of losing seasons, and then Tampa Stadium was routinely half empty. Some potential local buyers emerged but their offer was well below market value, and there was growing concern the team would be bought by Orioles owner Peter Angelos and moved to Baltimore.
When Glazer, who lived in Palm Beach, offered what was then a record amount of $192 million for a sports franchise, it effectively saved the Bucs in Tampa Bay.
"He took a chance on this team,'' said Bucs Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks, who was drafted the same year Mr. Glazer assumed control. "He bought this team when people were saying it was probably one of the worst decisions he could make.''
His role as savior was quickly in doubt as Mr. Glazer seemed to suggest the team could be moved to Orlando if a new stadium was not built. His hardball tactics, which served him well in his business ventures, went a long way toward getting Raymond James Stadium built and solidifying the team's finances for years to come.
He briefly flirted with big name hires before giving Tony Dungy his first shot at being a head coach in 1996, a move that would ultimately change the team's fortunes.
Mr. Glazer also began to spend freely to acquire coveted players such as Keyshawn Johnson, Simeon Rice and Brad Johnson, along with Gruden as coach in 2002.
"Malcolm Glazer was the guiding force behind the building of a Super Bowl www.texansnflofficialauthentic.com/authentic-louis-nix-jersey.html champion organization,'' NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement. "His dedication to the community was evident in all he did.''
His run of success with the Bucs declined dramatically with the firing of Gruden after the 2008 season. The turn in fortunes could even be traced back a few years earlier when the family purchased Manchester United, one of the world's most valuable franchises, for more than $1.4 billion.
While the soccer team has gone on to win a number of league titles, the Bucs have gone six seasons without making the playoffs and have not won a postseason game since the Super Bowl over Oakland in January 2003.
But to put his stewardship in perspective, Mr. Glazer owned the Bucs for exactly half of the franchise's existence. Tampa Bay was 87 204 1 with three playoff appearances in the 19 years before his arrival. The Bucs went 146 158 with seven playoff appearances in the 19 years since Mr. Glazer purchased the team.
"The first thing that comes to mind is how successful he was at everything he touched,'' said former Bucs general manager Rich McKay. "People don't realize how many different businesses he was in, and every one of them was successful, whether it was retail, apartments, the Bucs, owning television stations.''
He rarely appeared in public and granted interviews even less frequently. Associates say he was devoted to his wife, Linda, and six children and did not often venture far from his Palm Beach home. After two strokes in 2006, Mr. Glazer became even more reclusive.
"He and his wife really raised a very close knit family that sticks together and they all get along,'' said former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio. "They're very, very family oriented. I give the parents a lot of credit for that.''
Even as he withdrew from the public eye, Mr. Glazer's influence in Tampa Bay has grown beyond the football field. The Glazer Family Foundation has given millions to charities, including the children's museum in Tampa that bears the family's name.
"Malcolm Glazer was one of the most unique people I've ever known,'' said Hillsborough County Commissioner Ken Hagan. "He seemed to have a mosaic of disparate talents and traits. Undeniably he has made an incredible impact on Tampa Bay through the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and as the benefactor of our children's museum. Both legacies are equally meaningful and very, very appreciated.''
Former Tampa Mayor Dick Greco frequently sat with Mr. Glazer in his suite at Bucs games and said he was a remarkably reserved and soft spoken man who did not seem to have much more than a casual sports fan's grasp of football. They once were discussing an athlete who was buying tennis shoes for underprivileged children, and Mr. Glazer began telling the story of desperately wanting a new pair of shoes as a child.
When his mother could finally afford a pair, she bought them too large. So Mr. Glazer filled the toes of the shoes with paper and would remove pieces of paper as his feet grew.
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Baltimore Ravens chi flat iron beat San Francisco 49ers 34
The setting was the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. The date was Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013. The event was Super Bowl XLVII being played between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers for NFL supremacy. Both teams had talent on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, no question. When it all came down to it though, it was the 49ers' offense against the Ravens' defense, and one had to prevail.
A blackout caused momentum to swing and almost helped the 49ers make the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, but the uggs clearance Ravens had enough to hold on and win the NFL championship 34 31.
Starting out the game, it went sort of as expected. The Ravens won the toss and deferred to the second half. San Francisco got the ball first, and immediately went three and out. 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick looked confused and lost at times, and that led to nothing but going backward on their first drive.
Upon Baltimore's opening drive, they looked as if they would be the team showing the offensive firepower in this Super Bowl. Quarterback Joe Flacco put together a great drive, and put the Ravens ahead 7 0 with a 13 yard strike to Anquan Boldin.
San Francisco quickly answered with a 36 yard field goal by David Akers, but it should have been seven. The 49ers were driving, but could do nothing once inside the ten. From there, the teams traded the ball back and forth until the middle of the fourth quarter, and the Ravens opened it up.
Flacco connected on two more touchdown passes to open things up, 21 3. Dennis Pitta got wide open for a one yard touchdown scoring bullet from Flacco. The second was a 56 yard bomb to Jacoby Jones that saw the wide receiver go head over heels untouched and then sprint to the end zone.
San Francisco managed to go 71 yards in the final two minutes, but faltered inside the 10 yard line again and had to settle for another Akers' field goal. At halftime, the Ravens led 21 6.
Once halftime was over, the rout officially continued as Jacoby Jones kept the onslaught going. Baltimore deferred the opening kickoff so Jones was back for the start of the second half. Taking it deep in his own end zone, Jones raced right up the middle of the field 108 yards for the touchdown and a 28 6 Ravens' lead. San Francisco received the ball, ran a few plays, and the lights went out. No, literally, the lights went out. The Mercedes Benz Superdome was cast in almost total darkness as a power outage delayed play for over half an hour before it could be fully restored and the chi hair straightener game could resume.
It was at this point in the game that the momentum swung from Baltimore to San Francisco The 49ers were able to drive on and Michael Crabtree bounced off two defenders for a 31 yard touchdown score. Then, the 49ers hounded the Ravens' offense and caused a three and out and a great punt return to set them up deep in Ravens' territory.
A few plays later and Frank Gore was cheap oakley sunglasses running it in from six yards out to make it 28 20. Less than three minutes later, the 49ers recovered a Ray Rice fumble and ended up with a third field goal from Akers to get the score to 28 23.
Baltimore put together a good drive to get down field and extend their lead 31 23 thanks to a 19 yard field goal from Justin Tucker. Kapernick and the 49ers weren't done though, and quickly moved 76 yards and scored a touchdown on a 15 yard run from the young quarterback. The two point conversion failed and kept the Ravens up 31 29.
Tucker hit another field goal to put the Ravens up 34 29 with just over four minutes to go.
The 49ers took it from there and mowed down the field as they had for much of the second half, but then they got inside the 10 yard line, and that had been their enemy for the entire game. It was again as they had four attempts to get into the end zone and take the late lead on the Ravens but fell short every time.
From there, it was simply time to run the clock out and give Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis his second Super Bowl victory and one more win as he heads into retirement. Well, running out the clock and taking a safety.
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2012 Week 13 NFL Power Rankings
32. Kansas City Chiefs (1 10): Not getting blown out by Peyton Manning and the Broncos may be some sort of moral victory for KC. It doesn't get the Chiefs out of the basement of NFL power rankings, though.
31. Oakland Raiders (3 8): Oakland has devolved into one of the more forgettable teams in the league. I wouldn't be shocked if they lose to the Browns at home.
29. New York Jets (4 7): Wow. Losing to hated rivals is one thing, but the J E T S were humbled at home on a national stage by the Pats. Perhaps most telling is how lost Rex Ryan looked on the sideline during that defeat.
28. Arizona Cardinals (4 7): Oh what could have been for the 2012 Cards if only they had a quarterback. Any chance Kurt Warner can still go?
27. Tennessee Titans (4 7): Tennessee blew out the Dolphins in Miami earlier this month. Boy does that game feel like it occurred ages ago.
26. Carolina Panthers (3 8): The Panthers showed on Monday night that they're slightly not Kevin Pierre-Louis Jersey as bad as are the Eagles. Carolina fans should take what they can get at this point.
25. Jacksonville Jaguars (2 9): Chad Henne has injected life into the Jacksonville offense. How long it lasts has yet to be determined, but at least the Jags look like an actual NFL team right now.
24. Cleveland Browns (3 8): Do you believe in miracles? All kidding aside, the Cleveland defense can hang with any opponent as long as Joe Haden is an available option.
23. Detroit Lions (4 7): The Lions were victims of some awful calls, but a real playoff team closes that game out against Houston. Detroit had at least three chances to pick up the win on Thanksgiving, and that's why I don't at all feel sorry for them.
22. Buffalo Bills (4 7): The Bills gave Indy more of a fight than I expected. I suppose that should count for something. Ryan Fitzpatrick continues to play himself out of a starting gig.
21. San Diego Chargers (4 7): 4th and 29. That really says it all about the 2012 Chargers.
20. Dallas Cowboys (5 6): The standings tell you that Dallas still has a chance to make the playoffs and even win the division. They'll need a lot of help to do so, though, such as injuries to RG3, Eli Manning, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees.
19. St. Louis Rams (4 6 1): Too little, too late for the Rams. Their playoff hopes are still alive, but the team's overwhelming weaknesses will keep them from taking that next step this holiday season.
18. Miami Dolphins (5 6): Just when you think it's safe to close the book on Miami's playoff chances, they go and earn an important win. Their biggest game of the season thus far, a home match up versus New England, occurs this coming Sunday.
17. New Orleans Saints (5 6): Their run had to end at some point. One more loss could be the one that ends the best team comeback story of the campaign.
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12. Cincinnati Bengals (6 5): Watch out for the Bengals. They've won three in a row, and each of their final five games are winnable considering Big Ben's health is still in question and Baltimore may not have much to play for in Week 17.
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9. Green Bay Packers (7 4): We were reminded on Sunday night that a team living and dying on a single player can be a very dangerous thing, even when that player is Aaron Rodgers.
8. New York Giants (7 4): I'm hesitant to catapult Big Blue up NFL power rankings because I've seen this movie before, and I know that there's still time for a late season collapse. I'll feel better about the Giants if they take care of business at Washington next Monday.
7. Chicago Bears (8 3): And some of you were worried about the Bears. Jay Cutler's return, an impressive victory over division rivals Minnesota, and Green Bay's loss at the Giants all have the Bears in the driver's seat in the NFC North.
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4. Denver Broncos (8 3): Not every win can be a highlight reel special or a gem. Denver went into the house of a rival and emerged victorious. That's good enough as December approaches.
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