If there is one team that drills professionalism into the heads of its players to borderline “Stepford Wives” levels, it’s the New York Yankees. Advertisements
Soon after everyone got done being outraged by Coldplay’s performance during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, their angst turned to Beyoncé’s cameo performance that featured a possible ode to the Black Panther Party.
Watch Michael Oher Do The Electric Slide While Blocking DeMarcus Ware On The Terrible Turf At Levi’s Stadium
Carolina Panthers left tackle Michael Oher isn’t going to confuse anyone for the great Larry Allen.
Remember during the 2014 playoffs when the Dallas Cowboys got that extremely dubious non-pass interference call against the Detroit Lions in a wild-card game, and a video was discovered with Dean Blandino, the NFL VP of Officiating, on Jerry Jones’ party bus?
The Angry Grandpa Carolina Panthers Fan That Destroyed TV Over Cam Newton Fumble Is A Complete Fraud
Whenever a team loses the Super Bowl, fans from the losing team take it very hard. After Sunday’s loss, one Panthers fan went H.A.M. on his big screen TV moments after Cam Newton fumbled away the game.
If you ever get the random desire to go back and watch Super Bowl 50, just check out this Tecmo Super Bowl version instead.
I’m not going to lie. I’m really down about Sunday night’s game. No, not because Peyton Manning won a second Super Bowl without having to exert much energy.
The highlight of Super Bowl 50 was either Aqib Talib taking a fall on the NFL Network or the introduction of the previous Super Bowl MVPs during a special pre-game ceremony.
Denver Broncos Defense Wins Super Bowl 50; Become First Team Since 2000 Ravens To Win With Terrible Offense
Instead of writing some sappy prose about how Peyton Manning makes grass grow in lawns throughout America by just looking at it, I’m going to take a slightly different tact. The Denver Broncos Defense* won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday night by topping the Carolina Panthers 24-10.
Congratulations to Von Miller and the Denver Broncos defense on carrying the remains of Zombie Peyton Manning to a Super Bowl win over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday night.