Will Leitch

New York Magazine

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Contributing Editor at New York magazine, where he writes about sports 

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When the lights went off at the  Super Bowl  last night, nobody could blame CBS for being unprepared. But it took the 49ers to protect it from what could have been major embarrassment.

The NFL and CBS Leave Football Fans in the Dark

When the lights went off at the Super Bowl last night, nobody could blame CBS for being unprepared. But it took the 49ers to protect it from what could have been major embarrassment.

from To the Point

Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.

The NFL and Brain Damage

Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.

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Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.  At the same time, new medical evidence suggests the repeated physical blows some fans may…

The NFL and Brain Damage

Massive audiences are tuning into the NFL playoffs with the Superbowl just three weeks away.  At the same time, new medical evidence suggests the repeated physical blows some fans may…

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