Julian Edelman and LeGarrette Blount weren’t the only ones taking shots at the Seattle Seahawks after last Sunday night’s festivities.
One of the best parts the day after a Super Bowl is gauging the happiness and sadness of the respective cities involved with the Super Bowl.
Seahawks radio broadcasters Steve Raible and Warren Moon called the NFL equivalent of the Titanic sinking on Sunday night in Glendale, Arizona. Well, here it is…the Malcolm Butler interception as heard by the 12s as they heard their chances of repeating as Super Bowl champions go up in […]
To the victors go the spoils. New England Patriots radio announcers Bob Socci and Scott Zolak were behind the mic for New England’s miraculous Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night.
This photo is everything. Tom Brady just authored the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history while collecting his third Super Bowl MVP and his fourth ring overall. Meanwhile, Richard Sherman acknowledges his opponent in classy fashion.
Seahawks Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell Has Wikipedia Page Hacked After Infamous Super Bowl Play
It’s going to be a nuclear winter for Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, who was the trigger man for the now-infamous Russell Wilson interception by New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler.
The New England Patriots are back on top after completing 10-point fourth quarter to win Super Bowl XLIX in shocking fashion over the previously defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks, 28-24. But about that call…
LET’S GET IT ON. Super Bowl XLIX. Patriots – Seahawks from The House That David Tyree Built.
After two weeks talking about deflated balls and Marshawn Lynch’s utter disdain for the media, Super Bowl Sunday has arrived as the New England Patriots try to stop the Seattle Seahawks from becoming the eighth franchise in NFL history to repeat as Super Bowl champions.