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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) In week three of the NFL, players from all 32 teams protested during the national anthem in some way, and reactions from fans varied across the country.One Pittsburgh native who lives in Las Vegas said she’s has been waving her Terrible Towel for as long as she can remember.”When I was a little girl, my dad was a huge Steelers fan,” the woman said. But this week said she’s taking all of her Steelers jerseys, blankets and memorabilia and giving them away.”Anybody that wants it can take it, and honestly anything that is left over can go to the pawn shop,” she said before laying all her items out on a table at Reunion Trails Park in Henderson.She said she’s ridding herself of the black and gold because all but one Steelers player stood in the team tunnel during the national anthem before Sunday’s game.It happened during an NFL Sunday filled with protests, as players took knees, raised fists, linked arms and sat down during the Star Spangled Banner. The demonstrations were a response to racism in America, and after criticism from President Donald Trump.”When you sing the national anthem, it’s about America, it’s not about anything else,” the woman said.
New England lost to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl after going 16 0 in 2007, a significant but singular flaw in an otherwise historic season, and throughout the year Belichick told the locker room that no one outside the team facility believed the Patriots were any good. The hate, as Belichick saw it, was fuel. “They honestly believe that everybody is out to get them,” said Donte Stallworth, a wide receiver on that team.
He was unable to put the ball in the end zone despite interceptions by Jim Leonhard and Joe Haden. Haden’s pick gave the Browns the ball at the Bills’ 30, but they still came up empty. Finally, Pettine had seen enough, and turned the game over to his rookie quarterback, who gave the Browns an immediate spark..
Pakistanand Algeria, two countries criticized by human rights groups for their treatment of women, came in last at 59 and 60. In Pakistan, the struggle of girls and women to get an education, and the threat of terrorism in that country, was highlighted worldwide in 2012 when the Taliban tried to execute 14 year old Malala Yousafzai for speaking out about girls’ right to attend school. On the WEF Global Gender Gap Report, the country ranks nearly last, 144th out of 145 nations..