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Be Your Own Quarterback in 2017! It's Your Super Bowl!

In 2016, the Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers by a score of 24 to 10 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Super Bowl LI (the 51st Super Bowl) takes place February 5, 2017 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. It will be broadcast on the Fox Network.

Who will you be cheering for in the big game? Some people are AFC or NFC fans, just like some are Republicans or Democrats. We won’t talk about politics here though, except perhaps the politics of football and the importance of getting a first down. It’s all about field position and the ability to move ahead.

How are you going to move ahead in 2017? What’s your game plan? Have you set any goals for yourself? Remember those resolutions you made on New Year’s? Now that we’ve gotten into the second month of 2017, they may seem a bit more challenging. Think of this second month as a second down. What can you do to move those chains ahead into first down territory?

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Consult your playbook. Instead of trying for a Hail Mary to reach the end zone, you may need to move the ball ahead a few yards at a time. Don’t give up on your goal and keep pushing forward. Little gains add up. For example, if you’re trying to save money, put a few dollars away each week. You’ll have a nice amount saved by the end of the year.

If your goal is to make more money, you can score at CashCrate. Complete surveys and offers to put more money in your own pocket. Extra money can help you meet more of your financial goals! Be your own quarterback in 2017 and make those completions!

You can do it!

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