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* [Jump-Ahead January] is a site-wide event held by the moderators to look ahead of the year and look at some of the things to look forward to in each of our communities! You can check out the general announcement card here ---> Announcing Jump Ahead January! [JJ] and you can check out the announcement card for the Sports community here ---> [Jump-Ahead January] Sports!

Well, I don't think there is any doubt in every sports fans mind that we are totally focused on the Super Bowl!

This year's Super Bowl will take place in San Francisco on February 7th, 2016!
As of now, we just finished the divisional round and have four teams left and these four teams will face each other off this weekend in the conference championship! Personally, I'm going to predict that the Patriots take the AFC title and the Panthers take NFC title.

This means, I feel like we are going to see the Patriots and Panthers play for the Super Bowl title!

I'm pretty sure I'm going to get some disagreements...but anyhow, I'm so excited for February 7th!

Do you think we will see something like this again at this year's Super Bowl?

Come join the party sports fans! And feel free to comment or better...create cards with the header, [Jump-Ahead January] or [JJ] for things you are looking forward to this year!

Panthers to take it all a black qb and Hispanic head coach what a great way to start off the new year and piss off some racist also there a pretty damn good team πŸ˜‰πŸ‘
New England raised (mostly) though a more diverse background than that. So I can call 'em out when I see it. I β™‘ my team but I wouldn't mind seeing Carolina take it all, either, just leaving it all out on the field. Can't wait for the weekend!!!
Gronk is crayzee, totally & authentically himself!!! He seems born that way too, all of those brothers dropped each other on their heads roughhousing LOL
@Cle1 I agree. I respect him a lot and I'm not even a Patriots fan! Are you a Pats fan?
Brady is one of the toughest players around. He stands in the pocket and takes the hits, and never blames his offensive line - he understands that sometimes guys can't handle their assignments. He is well-respected by almost all other NFL players and coaches. Fans can hate, but people who actually know him appreciate.
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