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If football is so deadly, why did 103 million people watch the Super Bowl?

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has the football knocked out of his hands for a fumble by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham in the fourth quarter of the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game, Sunday, Feb. 4, in Minneapolis. Public awareness of the health risks that football players face has not dampened enthusiasm for the sport. (Tyler Kaufman/AP)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has the football knocked out of his hands for a fumble by Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham in the fourth quarter of the NFL Super Bowl 52 football game, Sunday, Feb. 4, in Minneapolis. Public awareness of the health risks that football players face has not dampened enthusiasm for the sport. (Tyler Kaufman/AP)