One down and one more to go. The San Francisco 49ers are in Super Bowl XLVII. All they need now is a dance partner. Will it be another Super Bowl appearance for the Patriots? Or will the Ray Lewis Retirement Party officially get underway. Advertisements
The opening of Championship Sunday begins with the NFC Championship game between the 49ers and Falcons. This marks the first time ever that the NFC title game will take place in Atlanta.
Sunday’s nightcap is a rematch of the 2011 AFC title game between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots. Baltimore was a Lee Evans drop away from playing in Super Bowl XLVI and now, will attempt to close the book on the Patriots in Foxborough.
Championship Sunday commences with the San Francisco 49ers heading to the Georgia Dome to face the Atlanta Falcons. The first of our two live blogs on Sunday finds the Falcons as the biggest home underdog for a conference championship game since 1978.
The live blog of doom has returned…
We haven’t delved into live blogging since September but it’s time to dust off our live blogging shoes and get back to work. I’m excited about this game and it has the ear-markings of a “passing the torch’ game and of course, I’m all about those.
It’s that time again…
Tonight, the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens meet up for a Sunday Night Football tilt that marks the first time these two squads have met since last season’s AFC title game. Lee Evans and Billy Cundiff went boom in a matter of moments; thus, the Patriots won […]
FOOTBALL IS BACK!!!!!!
When we last saw the New York Giants in a game that mattered, they were busy tormenting the New England Patriots again en route to winning Super Bowl XLVI. Their Super Bowl win means America will be treated to the Giants humbling all non-NYG fans by flaunting success […]