It has been a busy last few days for the new soup du jour of the NFL, Aaron Rodgers. After Green Bay won Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, the Super Bowl MVP already made his way to Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando by Monday afternoon.
Aaron Rodgers, the new World Heavyweight Champion of QBs was presented with a new belt and the Super Bowl MVP last night in Dallas.
Ben Roethlisberger threw his fourth and five Super Bowl interceptions in Pittsburgh’s 31-25 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. The first was returned by Nick Collins for a score to give Green Bay a 14-0 lead. Teams that score on interception returns in Super Bowls […]
Aaron Rodgers threw for 304 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Green Bay Packers to a world title with a 31-25 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV on Sunday. Rodgers was named Super Bowl MVP; an honor that his predecessor, Brett Favre, never received. […]
SUPER BOWL XLV IS HERE! PACKERS. STEELERS. LET’S. GET. IT. ON.
This is it. You will sit down on Sunday with a bag of Tostitos and Miller Lite to watch what might be the final NFL game for a long time. When Jerry Jones is popping off about the league being able to play a 22-game season, the potential […]
Don’t rub your eyes. That is Robert Redford. Also, I’m fully aware that the “t” in Gatsby has been replaced by a “g.” As Deion Sanders pointed out in his conversation with Rob Lowe prior to Super Bowl XLIV, quarterbacks can gag in the most crucial moments on […]
Alright kids, Super Bowl is here after a dreadful Pro Bowl that resemebled one of those flag football games where everyone gets tired after about two hours but no one wants to be the guy to call it a day. Anyhow, SUPER BOWL XLV WEEK has arrived!
Someone named Slick Mahoney put together a music video saluting Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his fake championship belt. Prince in 1984 he is not. However, it’s a relatively amusing tune.
In one of 2009’s most thrilling contests, the Steelers defeated the Packers at the gun in Pittsburgh, 37-36. It was not a day for defense.