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2020 VISION

You may have heard: SI can totally predict the future. Emboldened by our prescient 2014 call on the Astros, we've gone back to the crystal ball to bring you the headlines that may seem shocking now but won't seem crazy in three years' time. Trust us.
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TIGER'S BACK!

His ninth comeback culminates in Woods's fifth Masters title. The cover takes on an unintended second meaning, however, when Woods has to undergo surgery again after slipping a disk getting into the green jacket.

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OLD BLIGHTY VS. SIN CITY

WHO YOU GOT?

Admittedly, a much safer prediction than our Super Bowl LIV showdown (London Buccaneers vs. Las Vegas Raiders) would be: What will the Browns do with the first overall pick?

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DECISION 2020: WHO'S YOUR POP?

The pro- vs. anti-protester debate reaches its natural conclusion as presidential voters are asked to choose between Papa John (slogan: Better ingredients. Better pizza. Better country) and Gregg Popovich (slogan: *icy stare*)?

SPORTSPERSON OF THE YEAR

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GeT_RiGhT

The gamer memorably shares his secret to success and happiness: Up-up-down-down-left-right-left-right-A-B-B-A-start

THEY SAID IT

"APOLOGIES, WE ACTUALLY RAN OUT OF FIREWORKS."

@Eagles

Philadelphia's official Twitter account, explaining the absence of pyrotechnics after the team's seventh touchdown in a 51--23 win over the Broncos.

SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE

Goalkeeper Max Crocombe of Salford City, in England's sixth-tier league, was shown a red card for urinating near the stands in the 86th minute of a match.