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seasons for Tampa Bay and San Francisco [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-t-shirts]New York Giants Womens T-Shirt[/url] , both struggling squads are seeking answers that will help them beyond 2018.The odds may be against either club salvaging the year with a playoff berth, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything meaningful the Buccaneers (3-7) and 49ers (2-8) can accomplish beginning Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.Tampa Bay is turning back to Jameis Winston a month after benching the 2015 No. 1 overall draft pick with hopes the fourth-year will settle a debate about whether he's the right quarterback to lead the franchise moving forward.Meanwhile, San Francisco returns from a bye week during which coach Kyle Shanahan and his staff did some self-scouting. The second-year coach had a straight-forward message for players when the team reassembled for practice."There's a lot on the line," Shanahan said. "That's stuff that is obvious. Everyone knows that, but to state it to guys and just make people aware because you never assume that everyone knows what you're talking about. There's always guys you've got to let them know what the deal is in this league."You come back and people might think you don't have much to play for. You have everything to play for," the coach added. "You have your career, you have your livelihood, you have the guys next to you and you have showing people that you want to be (with the 49ers). When you start to think of that, you think of all the challenges ahead. I'm excited to do it."Winston is excited to have another opportunity as Tampa Bay's starter. He sat out the first three games of the season while serving a suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, then turned the ball over 11 times in 14 quarters after getting back on the field.Ryan Fitzpatrick posted dazzling passing numbers during a 2-0 start, however the 14-year veteran has lost his past five starts and the Bucs have dropped seven of eight overall to jeopardize their chances of ending a 10-year playoff drought."I'm just grateful that I'm back on the field," said Winston, who replaced Fitzpatrick during the second half of last week's 38-35 loss to the New York Giants and led four straight touchdown drives to get Tampa Bay back in the game.Coach Dirk Koetter isn't saying if he considers the job Winston's for the remainder of the season."You've got to win. That's all that matters in this league," Winston said. "You can look at stats ... but you've got to win to be up to the standard of excellence we're held to at this position."The 49ers lost quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a season-ending knee injury in the third week of the season. Nick Mullens, who'll make his third straight start Sunday, replaced an injured C.J. Beathard three weeks ago and has gone 1-1 while throwing for 512 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions while beating the Raiders and losing to the Giants.One person who's not surprised Mullens has responded to the opportunity is the quarterback's former college coach Todd Monken, who's now Tampa Bay's offensive coordinator.Monken recruited Mullens to Southern Mississippi in 2013 and left to join the Bucs in 2016."He's everything you want in a player and as a quarterback," Monken said. "He's elite in a lot of areas that are hard to find when it comes to his toughness, mental toughness, his preparation, how much he enjoys playing football and his personality, where guys are going to gravitate toward him."He's not a flashy guy, he's not going to say the wrong thing. He's just going to work his rear end off. I couldn't be happier for him. ... We wouldn't have done the things we did at Southern Miss without him. He's made me a better coach."Some other things to know about the 49ers and Buccaneers:MORE MULLENSMullens followed up a record-setting debut with a much more mediocre performance in a loss to the Giants before the bye. Now San Francisco wants to see which version of Mullens shows up against the Bucs.In his debut against Oakland, Mullens joined Hall of Famers Jim Kelly and Fran Tarkenton as the only players with at least 250 yards passing [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-hats]New York Giants Hats[/url] , three touchdown passes and no interceptions in their first career game. He also had the most efficient debut since the merger for a player with at least 20 attempts, posting a 151.9 rating in the 34-3 win. He followed that up with two interceptions in the loss to the Giants, but remains the starter ahead of Beathard.PROLIFIC NUMBERSTampa Bay has the NFL's top-ranked passing attack (374.6 yards per game) and leads the league in total offense (458.5). Turnovers and a porous defense have hindered the team's success. The Bucs have a NFL-worst turnover differential of minus-23. The defense is yielding a league-high 32.9 points per game.SOMETHING HAS TO GIVEThe Bucs have been giving the ball away at a staggering rate with their 29 turnovers tied for the most through 10 games since 2012. They face a 49ers team that has generated only five takeaways, the fewest in the league through 10 games since at least 2000. One of these teams should be able to fix that problem at least for one week on Sunday.AP Sports Writer Josh Dubow in San Francisco contributed to this report. The Super Bowl is an unofficial national holiday affectionately entitled “Super Sunday.” It is also the biggest food production day in the food retail business. One in every six televisions is bought just prior to the game. Snack companies increase production of potato and tortilla chips in anticipation of higher sales. Pizza delivery companies hire more drivers and sell more pies than at any other time of the year. The big game sends sales of beer, soda, chips, guacamole, salsa and dips through the roof.Super Sunday is the third largest alcohol consumption celebration behind New Year’s Eve and St. Patrick’s Day. One in four workers will participate in a game pool while Super Sunday weekend is the slowest for wedding bookings.Super Bowl BeginningsThe game was created from the merger negotiations between the established National Football League (NFL) and the younger American Football League (AFL). From the AFL’s inception in 1960, the upstart coalition had pestered the NFL to have a championship game between the two leagues, but all the NFL wanted was for the AFL to go away. The last thing the NFL wanted was to verify that their new rivals were supposedly an equal. Both leagues had their own championship games and league champions every season and fought for rookies players as salaries escalated out of control. So, when the two leagues finally decided to merge into one entity in 1970, beginning in 1966 a common draft was instituted, a common preseason schedule plus this game was designed to pit league champs against each other. The first three championship games were played from 1966-1968 right after each league’s championship game. These first contests were called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game” and appeared that every subsequent game from this point on would be called that also. Lamar Hunt, owner of the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, coined the term “Super Bowl” inadvertently at a committee meeting at the time of the third contest. Hunt had thought of the name while watching his children play with the Wham-O toy Super Ball. The commissioner of the NFL, Pete Rozelle, didn’t like the term “super” thinking it had no sophistication and was simply an ordinary term so officially, the game was still called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game.”In the meantime, pro football beat writers, commentators and even players began using the term “Super Bowl” and whether or not Rozelle thought the moniker was grammatically correct or not, the name stuck. It had been suggested that the championship game needed a catchier name. But Rozelle had a suggestion for the game’s title instead. At first his suggestion was to rename the league’s all-star contest and then call this championship game the “Pro Bowl.” As with the tradition in that time with college football having all of their post-season special games identified as a “bowl” game, Rozelle simply followed suit.Still, Rozelle was adamant that the title game to earth’s finest sports league should not be labeled something as simplistic with the word “super” attached to it. But one has to enlighten that in the 1960s the word “super” meant the pinnacle of whatever the moniker preceded. Supermodel, superpower, Superdome [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-hoodie]New York Giants Womens Hoodie[/url] , Jesus Christ Superstar, super nova, supermarket, super weapon, superorganism, supersized, super heavy, super stock, supermacho and supershow suddenly became main stream usage. Rozelle suggested “The Big One.” That idea obviously didn’t get any traction. Tickets for the first three games were labeled “AFL-NFL World Championship Game” whereas the fourth installation said “Super Bowl IV.” It is by coincidence that in that fourth game the powerful and favored Minnesota Vikings played Hunt’s Chiefs to which Kansas City shocked the football world with a 23-7 victory. The Super Bowl decides the champion of the NFL, and also the champions of the advertising universe. Inasmuch as the Super Bowl has created a mass gathering either in sports bars or at household gatherings, this splendid festival generates just as much interest in the commercials as it does the actual game itself. Basically, the Super Bowl is the most influential amphitheater in TV promotion. In the world of advertising it is viewed as judgment day. New ad campaigns often begin their kickoff airing during the game.Three of the four networks that carry the NFL broadcasts - CBS, FOX and NBC -alternate as host of the Super Bowl each year and pay dearly for the rights. This season alone, CBS paid $1.08 billion for NFL rights, which also included the 2019 Super Bowl. CBS will broadcast Super Bowl LIII played at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, and announced the cost for each 30 second commercial spot averages $5.2 million. Super ChampionsAs far as NFL titles, the Packers have won the most with 13 followed by the Chicago Bears (9) and New York Giants (8). The Cleveland Browns have also captured eight league titles, however, four were in the NFL while the other four were in the NFL-rival league All-America Football Conference. When the NFL accepted three clubs from the AAFC into their fold in 1950, part of the agreement of the merger was that none of the statistics or records from the former entity would be recognized in the NFL annuals. Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty ImagesAs far as Super Bowl winners, the Pittsburgh Steelers have the most with six (6-1) followed by the New England Patriots (5-5), Dallas Cowboys (5-3) and San Francisco 49ers (5-1) with five each. This year’s Super Bowl will mark the Patriots’ 11th appearance, an NFL record. The Buffalo Bills own the Super Bowl record for most consecutive championship game appearances (1991-1994) although the Browns hold the NFL record with six consecutive from 1950-1955. The Patriots and Dolphins are tied with third most with three. The sudden emergence of the Super Bowl allowed one club the ability to extend their consecutive championships. The Packers won the last NFL title before the creation of the Super Bowl in 1965. They also took the 1966 crown, plus Super Bowl I making three championships in a row. The following year, Green Bay again won the NFL title (for three consecutive league titles) and then won Super Bowl II [url=http://www.giantsauthorizedshops.com/authentic-customized]Womens Customized New York Giants Jerseys[/url] , thus winning five consecutive championships.On the flip side, the Patriots and Denver Broncos have the most losses in the Super Bowl with five followed by the Vikings and the Bills with four each. The Bills were all consecutive whereas the Vikings were in different decades with several different starting QBs. The lone clubs to win three of four Super Bowls are the Cowboys (1993-1994, 1996) and Patriots (2002, 2004-2005). With the Patriots in this year’s Super Bowl, this marks the first time a team has played in four of five Super Bowls (2015, 2017-2019). The Browns hold the record with playing in six of seven NFL title games (1950-1955, 1957). The Dolphins took Super Bowl VII at the conclusion of the 1972 term to become the only NFL team to finish their season unbeaten and untied with a sterling 17-0-0 record. Many NFL clubs had completed their year without any losses, but with a tie involved making Miami’s distinction that much more special. Super Bowl SitesSpeaking of Miami, that city along with New Orleans has hosted the most Super Bowls with 10. In the game’s beginnings, the NFL only offered the game to a warm weather climate city because of the January time slot. Out of the first 25 games, only one was played in a cold environment when the 49ers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI in Michigan at the Pontiac Silverdome, home of the Detroit Lions. New Orleans, Tampa, San Diego, Pasadena, Houston and Los Angeles were the most cities used prior to the building of domed stadiums across the United States. When the St. Louis Cardinals moved southwest to Arizona, the NFL quickly snatched that location onto their annual list of suitable sites as well. Other domed stadiums used have been: Minneapolis (1992, 2018), Atlanta (1993, 2000, and 2019) and Detroit (2006). Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 was played outdoors in New Jersey, home of the New York Jets and Giants. This marked the first time the NFL championship game was played outside in northern confines since 1969 when the Minnesota Vikings defeated the Browns 27-7 at Minneapolis in the final “NFL Championship Game” before the merger. The Super Bowl prompted a neutral site for the championship game. Before this, the title game in the NFL or the AFL was played at one of the game participant’s home field which made outdoor temperatures in most areas an issue on game day.Barry Shuck is a pro football historical writer and a member of the Professional Football Researcher’s Association

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