Sunday, October 30, 2016

97 | NFL & MLB rigging, '97 Indians & '97 NFL season

Get this, in 1997, the Cleveland Indians lost in Game 7 of the World Series.  That was also the year of the last NFL season where tie games happened in back to back weeks, just like how they happened in Weeks 7 and 8 of the NFL season.  Cleveland = 33/78

Again, this NFL season is the 97th season.

Thank you to this truthseeker who tipped me!



27 comments:

  1. One score was 10-10 and the other was 7-7. I can see through those numbers, but probably just coincidence...

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    1. So there is your 88 time time Warp

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    2. So there is your 88 time time Warp

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    3. Just a coincidence that Rocky Horror was remade for TV recently? ;)

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  2. I think that's the clincher. Their win tonight 3-2 brings the series 3-2. The two overtime games today prior to Dallas/Philly summed to 54, #54 closes out 2&2/3 innings (Masonic = 223), and as you mentioned in another post, gets the win 2-3 right as Dallas/Philly goes to overtime 23-23. 97th season of the NFL connecting to the '97 World Series. The two starting pitchers for the Cubs on Tuesday Wednesday as of right now are Arrieta (who worked the Indians pretty hard in game 2 in Cleveland), and Hendricks (the man that closed out the last series to send them to the WS). The Cubs will have to win against CK Corey Kluber at least one more time, the man they " can't hit against". Typical Hollywood bullshit rigged sports script, make the favorites underdogs and then have them battle adversity to win. CK 311 113 33 most likely will pitch in game 7 when it's 3-3.

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    1. Kluber will pitch game 7. There was a reason Francona pulled him early, to start game 7, that should've been the clincher. I mean who pulls their best starter when he's killing the Cubs?

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    2. Its over tues. cle wins on days cavs win

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    3. Looks like I am betting on Rockets Tuesday! Thanks for the tip!

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  3. Cavs and Indians both lose Tuesday

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  4. I can see the headline now if the cubs win lol;

    'Party like it's 1908' = 57 R (World Series=57 R)

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    1. 'One Hundred eight'=85 R
      'Three game win streak'=85 R
      'Two thousand sixteen'=85 R
      Oddly enough "one hundred eight years"=108 R

      Cubs had 'One hundred three wins' 103 R (112 S-exception, like the world series number)

      'One hundred and eight years' = 118 R should Arrieta and Kendricks win games six/seven the winners ages for the cubs=118 (Arrieta 30+Lester 32+Arrieta 30+Kendricks 26=118)

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  6. Interesting another funny thing is in 1997 the giants win division in lost to Vikings in wild card lets see what happens

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  7. LUCK is stuck at 13 career 4th qtr comebacks
    Ironic that his best receiver #13 was out for a period of yesterday's game.

    FYI

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  8. 1997 was the 1st year John Elway won a SB (over Atl), interestingly enough, after 13 Consecutive NFC wins in SB.

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  9. Andre Johnson just retired. He played on the Houston Texans (home of Super Bowl) then played for the colts last year. This year he retired from Tennessee titans which were once the Houston oilers. I'm sure this is a super bowl connection

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    1. That's two former Texans retiring mid-season now. Reminds me of all the former Rangers retiring during the baseball season. Once proud Texans hanging up their spurs.

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    2. Andre Johnson retired 112 days after his birthday and 97 days before the SB. in 2015 (reflection of 51) when he was with the Colts, he started 14 games and had 41 receptions. Theres probabaly lots more

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  10. everybody just chill colts can still make it they going to have a better second have season after they beat Green bay this sun

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  11. Harbaugh was the Colts QB who was Lucks coach at Stanford they lost to steelers in AFC championship 95.
    So maybe they win or history repeats itself.
    Stay tuned

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    1. I bet Big Ben comes back just in time for the big games in the playoffs if this happens

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