When a lot of people watched the 2017 Super Bowl, they saw the Atlanta Falcons start the game strong, and then went to bed, not expecting to wake up the next morning to find out that the team had lost. For days afterwards, sports fans racked their brains trying to figure out how such a loss could take place.
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Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu thinks he has pinpointed the reason for the team’s devastating loss to the Patriots. But as Rock-T pointed out, there’s kind of a big hole in his reasoning, which invalidates his entire argument. Check out this exclusive video to hear more from this clip from “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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Memorable Super Bowl Halftimes: A Look Back
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1. 1. Super Bowl XXVII held in 1993: Michael Jackson performed 'Heal the World'
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2. 2. Super Bowl XXX held in 1996: Diana Ross performed
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3. 3. Super Bowl XXXI held in 1997: The Godfather of Soul rocked the Superdome.
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4. 4. Super Bowl XXXII held in 1998: Boyz II Men, Smokey Robinson, The Temptations
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5. 5. Super Bowl XXXIII held in 1999: Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Gloria Estefan
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6. 6. Super Bowl XXXV held in 2001: Aerosmith, Mary J. Blige, Nelly, NSync & Britney.
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7. 7. Super Bowl XXXVI held in 2002: U2 offered a stunning tribute to 911 victims.
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8. 8. Super Bowl XXXVIII held in 2004: Janet Jackson & Justin Timberlake.
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9. 9. Super Bowl XLI held in 2007: Prince gave a rain-soaked performance.
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10. 10. Super Bowl XXII held in 1988: Chubby Checker & the Rockettes plus 88 pianos.
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Rock-T: Mohamed Sanu Is Wrong About The Cause Of Falcons’ Super Bowl Loss [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]
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