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31/10/2017 · Bad ratings are never good for the league, and will always cause concern. However, the numbers from the Chiefs-Broncos game should cause particular concern.

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How about the risks for emotional injury in youth sports? A good sports program will provide a safe learning environment where kids can grow physically and emotionally in self confidence. However, some kids have negative experiences and sustain real emotional injury. Find out more in this fact sheet: , from the National Youth Sports Safety Foundation.

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Plot: A high school football coach takes a special needs student under his wing.
Based on: A true story of T.L. Hanna High School football coach Harold Jones and "Radio" Kennedy that you might have read in Sports Illustrated in 1996.
Stars: Ed Harris and Cuba Gooding Jr.
What went right: Gooding's acting wasn't as bad as the critics made it out to be.
What might only interest me: Radio still goes to games at T.L. Hanna High School.
Spoiler alert: Somebody in the movie dies. I'll give you a hint, the name starts with M, ends with R and is not Marge Helgenberger. Overall though, the movie should have been so much better given the starpower.


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Plot: A coach must juggle a meddling owner and ego of his new star QB after his trusted veteran signal caller goes down with an injury.
Based on: This is based on a book by former Raiders trainer Rob Huizenga. The book was better.
Stars: Al Pacino, Jamie Foxx, Dennis Quaid, Cameron Diaz and LL Cool J.
Notable cameos: Lawrence Taylor, Jim Brown and Barry Switzer among others.
What went wrong: The uniforms of the teams were laughably bad. The fake Texas Stadium was the worst. The on-field action was way over the top.
But you're forgiven for: One of my biggest beefs with the movie was Willie Beamen eating chips on the sidelines. And then Mark Sanchez ate a hot dog on the sidelines.
What might only interest me: John C. McGinley played Jack Rose, based on Jim Rome and totally trashes him. Also former NFL player Darnell Autry was turned down for a role because he didn't look like a football player.

Bad ratings are never good for the league, and will always cause concern. However, the numbers from the Chiefs-Broncos game should cause particular concern.
Plot: A big-time Texas football program is given the death penalty, and must regroup with non-scholarship players including a quarterback in his 30s.
Based on: Some might say the movie was inspired by SMU.
Stars: Scott Bakula, Jason Bateman, Hector Elizondo, Sinbad and Kathy Ireland.
Notable cameos: Dick Butkus, Jerry Rice and Jim Kelly on the convict team.
What went right: Criticized for trying too hard, this was actually a pretty fun movie. And Larry Miller nearly steals the show.
What might only interest me: Most of the filming takes place at North Texas, home to "Mean" Joe Greene and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
Rob Schneider alert: Second appearance on this list.
Spoiler alert: Yes, the quarterback quits, returns and they knock off the team that is supposed to be the University of Texas.

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Plot: An agent is fired for showing a soul, and he has one last client to prove a conscious can exist with sports agents.
Based on: Sports agent Leigh Steinberg, who also served as technical director.
Stars: Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Renee Zellwegger (two for her) and Jay Mohr.
What went right: Women loved it.
What went wrong: "Show me the money" became a part of our vernacular.
What might only interest me: I was with my dad at the Cowboys vs. Cardinals game this climactic game was filmed at. And in the hotel bar prior to the game, I made a bet with the bartender that Shaquille O'Neal was going to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1996 offseason. I won free drinks for life at the Tempe Marriott.
Spoiler alert: Uh, did the Cardinals win the fictional game? I guess it doesn't matter because he got his big-money contract, showing what's really important, I guess.

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Plot: A love triangle between two professional football players and the owner's daughter leads to hilarity.
Stars: Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson, Bert Convy and Jill Clayburgh.
Notable cameos: Joe Kapp, Ed "Too Tall" Jones and Paul Hornung.
Perfect casting: Kristofferson plays "Shake," and given the resemblance, you can't help but think of Kenny "The Snake" Stabler.
What might interest only me: Reynolds and Kristofferson were actually pretty good football players. Kristofferson, in fact, appeared in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" section while he was in college for his exploits on the field.
Spoiler alert: There is no doubt Reynolds was going to walk away with the girl, right?

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Plot: A counselor at a juvenile detention center teaches a group of teens the meaning of self-esteem and teamwork through football.
Based on: Every redemption movie, ever, but this was based on a true story of the Kilpatrick Mustangs, a team of juvenile detainees in Los Angeles.
Stars: The Rock (two for him) and Xzibit.
What went right: The documentary footage at the end, which shows most of the players on this team who went on to do good things.
Spoiler alert: If you can't see the two rival gang members becoming best friends (with one saving the other), then you've never seen a movie before.