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Give me your predictions

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AFC
North - Steelers
East - Bills
South - Colts
West - Chiefs
WC 1 - Ravens
WC 2 - Texans

NFC
North - Packers
East - Cowboys
South - Saints
West - 49ers
WC 1 - Buccaneers
WC 2 - Vikings

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So...the two teams stood together at midfield in unity and Arrowhead booed them. Wow
 

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So...the two teams stood together at midfield in unity and Arrowhead booed them. Wow
So both teams came out for the National Anthem, they all stood together at midfield for the Anthem, and they still got booed?

That's weird.
 

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This game has a late October feel and I don’t really know why.
 

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So both teams came out for the National Anthem, they all stood together at midfield for the Anthem, and they still got booed?

That's weird.
Chiefs were out on the field for the anthem.
Texans came out after the anthem.
Then both teams stood together at midfield to observe a moment of silence.

Audible boos.
Once the silence was over, there were cheers too.

The cheers were much louder, but the boo birds were very vocal and obviously easy to pick out given the silence.
 

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Chiefs were out on the field for the anthem.
Texans came out after the anthem.
Then both teams stood together at midfield to observe a moment of silence.

Audible boos.
Once the silence was over, there were cheers too.

The cheers were much louder, but the boo birds were very vocal and obviously easy to pick out given the silence.
They pretty much proved it has never really been about the anthem.
 

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Chiefs were out on the field for the anthem.
Texans came out after the anthem.
Then both teams stood together at midfield to observe a moment of silence.

Audible boos.
Once the silence was over, there were cheers too.

The cheers were much louder, but the boo birds were very vocal and obviously easy to pick out given the silence.
Were the Chiefs standing or kneeling during the anthem?
 

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I won't be surprised if the NFL will have to go without fans league wide in a couple weeks. The crowd is real loud. We aren't seeing many shots of the crowd. My guess is mask compliance isn't that good or we would be hearing about it from the announcers. Add to that the stuff that happens before and after the games.
 

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This game has a late October feel and I don’t really know why.
It seems to be real boring for some reason. This limited crowd is worse than no crowd at all. When I see that little fans I automatically just think the game is meaningless. I think they would have been innovative with making these games more unique if it was no fans league wide.
 
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