I don't know what's worse. Taking a beating and never being in a game or losing a tight one down the stretch.
I guess this is really both. Taking a beating early with no hope to win, getting some false hope and coming close only to lose at the end anyway.
That Coke girl at the end of that commercial looks like a dude in the face. Maybe it was the way she winked, no , she just looks like a dude.
AT HAMMOND ROBOTICS WE'RE BRINGING THE FUTURE ... HOME
I wish I was drinking exotic beer for the game. At least I'm saving money, and saving my body
Remember....no one gets outta here alive.
Originally Posted by mrvideo
Too bad that you can't see the 56-60 Mbps MPEG-2 4:2:2 video that is being sent to foreign countries via the NFL World Feed. The CBS feed to the affiliates, while MPEG-2 4:2:2 video, it is only about half the bitrate. Of course, by the time it gets sent out over the CBS affiliate transmitters, it is only 12-15 Mbps 4:2:0 video. Many foreign countries will be providing a better bitrate than we have in the states, because they are using H.264 at a bitrate that is at least twice what we have here.
A.P.S. deserve our protection....join the cause today!
I noticed 5-10 times (all during the game and pre-game) when a microphone was either opened before it was supposed to, or left open long after it should have been closed. The incident that seems to be getting most of the attention now (rightly or wrongly) is Flacco's F-bombs from the camera microphone. It's no surprise that players curse, but usually someone is listening and closes the mic ASAP. I suspect that there is so much chatter going on in the truck during the game that you can't really pay attention to what is actually going out "over the air.". All of the comms and hot-mic feeds in the truck audio booth get in the way of hearing what is really going on.
Unfortunate that Ray Lewis, at best an uncooperative witness to a murder, at worst an actual killer, gets to write his storybook ending. He'll say it was "God's will", no doubt, about 1000 times over the next year.
Great game, though. In the end, maybe Alex Smith would have been a little cooler and a little smarter during those last four downs. We'll never know.
The Doritos commercials were made and submitted by ordinary people. The second one, with the guy in the wedding dress, was done by some guys here in Charlotte. We watched them all on YouTube last week; there were some others that were very good as well. Who needs a multi-million dollar ad agency?