I went to the 2016 AFC Championship Game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots, and it was honestly the most energized, fun sporting event I've ever been to.
Before the game started I had questions about my team and some stuff I remembered from a sermon or two about Christians getting too hyped for sports.
I had this all cooked up and ready to go at the game, but everyone in the stadium was using wireless data so I couldn't get it uploaded. But just think about how cool it would have been if I did. Here's the next best thing.
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