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    How marketable is your team?

    1. How marketable is your team?
    2. Which teams & itís players are the most marketable?
    3. Which teams & itís players are the least marketable?
    4. Do you think marketability has any effect on the outcome of a game/officiating?

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    1. America could care less about Stafford & the Lions.
    2. Brady, Gronk & the Patriots.
    3. Detroit, Cincy, Jets, Buffalo
    4. Absolutely

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    1.) Not very marketable usually. Cam is exciting and the front 7 gets attention when the defense plays like a top unit but otherwise no.
    2.) Storied franchises (PIT, NE, DAL, GB) and great QBs (Rodgers, Peyton, Brady, Brees, Ben)
    3.) Teams that aren't ever a threat to go farther than the divisional round even if they make playoffs and haven't been for a long time (WAS, DET, TB, NYJ, CLE, CIN, LAC, HOU, TEN).
    4.) For sure. Most of those teams/players mentioned you have to not only beat good teams but also have to overcome shoddy officiating. It's bad for the NFL when those teams and players don't have success so it's easy for the refs to ignore a little extra PI, or holding, or a little easier to throw a flag that benefits them.


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    Ben is t that marketable and havenít been for a long time.

    PROCESSING

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Ben is t that marketable and havenít been for a long time.
    Neither is bill Cosby or Russell Simmons now. Rape does that to guys.

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    Cam is 100% marketable.

    Ben is not. But the Steelers always will be.

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    Jets haven't had marketable players since Sanchez and Rex, and I guess Tebow lol.

    Maybe a couple good seasons and Baker Mayfield will change that.

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    4. No

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    Jimmy G, so dreamy, a marketing golden goose.

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    1. Growing a lot now with Wentz as the QB. The team is definitely likable now more than ever.
    2. Cowboys, Steelers, Giants. I've seen Dak in commercials. AB's business is booming. OBJ speaks for itself.
    3. Browns, Jaguars off the top of my I head. Players eh... don't know.
    4. Nope.

    The return... 2018-19

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    If you think marketability effects how you are reffed you are doing things wrong.

    PROCESSING

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    Quote Originally Posted by whooligun View Post
    1. How marketable is your team?
    2. Which teams & itís players are the most marketable?
    3. Which teams & itís players are the least marketable?
    4. Do you think marketability has any effect on the outcome of a game/officiating?
    1. Offense blows so it's not marketable at all
    2. Any team with a star QB (Pats, Packers, Saints)
    3. Small market teams that have been historically bad.
    4. No.

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    Tebow was as marketable as it gets & look how lovely the officiating was in his "magical" run. It matters.

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    Only time you ever hear about the Dolphins is either when we are winning (Doesn't happen much) or the team/staff is doing something stupid (Happens a lot).

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    Somewhat for a small market team. Eric Berry is big, especially with the beating cancer story. Travis Kelce is another because he is beautiful.

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