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If football is so deadly, why did 103 million people watch the Super Bowl?

If football is so deadly, why did 103 million people watch the Super Bowl?

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) John Affleck, Pennsylvania State University (THE CONVERSATION) During the second quarter of Super Bowl LII, the party stopped, if just for a second. Tom Brady found Patriots wide receiver Brandin Cooks downfield with a 23-yard completion. Cooks spun around then got laid out by the Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins, who was going full speed, leading with his shoulder. Right in the middle of football's biggest game, there it was: another reminder of the NFL's concussion...