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There's a good argument that the  NFL  is the most culturally ascendant product in America today.

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There's a good argument that the NFL is the most culturally ascendant product in America today.

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There's a good argument that the  NFL  is the most culturally ascendant product in America today.

NFL Films and the Passing of Steve Sabol

There's a good argument that the NFL is the most culturally ascendant product in America today.

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