Bill Belichick is living it up these days as head coach of the once-again reigning Super Bowl champions of professional football, the New England Patriots.
Atlanta Falcons receiver Taylor Gabriel thought it was a good idea to tweet a picture of him badly beating New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler during Super Bowl LI two weeks ago.
I’m coming in hot here. With all due respect to the legacy and memory of Vince Lombardi, we’re about due for a massive change in the NFL.
Barstool Sports left its mark on Super Bowl week with their brand of entertainment featured on Comedy Central.
Chris Berman’s final night as ESPN’s “Face of the NFL” came to a rousing end. Following Super Bowl LI, Berman delivered the highlights of New England’s shocking comeback victory for the final time in his storied broadcasting career.
Prior to Super Bowl LI, a commercial for a New England area MRI company hit the airwaves featuring Tom Brady.
Poor Wes Durham and David Archer, who had the call of Atlanta’s complete fourth quarter and overtime meltdown.
After staging the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, Tom Brady won his fifth Super Bowl ring in a wild 34-28 win.
Bob Socci and Scott Zolak are on the mic for New England’s dramatic overtime touchdown to win Super Bowl LI.
IT. IS. TIME. The Super Bowl LI Live Blog is here: