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.
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:
I’m not sure of the exact connection here in relationship to the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons on the behalf of WWE superstars Nikki Bella and Maryse, but who cares?
This is a tough one. I’ve racked my brain on this game for two weeks and see a lot of pitfalls on both sides. I’m not sure Atlanta’s offense can be significantly slowed by the Patriots defense.
We are one day away from the Super Bowl and of course, that means live blogging action on Super Sunday.
EA Sports released their popular Super Bowl simulation on Wednesday of Atlanta and New England’s Super Sunday showdown.
As Super Sunday lurks in just a few days between Atlanta and New England, it is time for the return of the Super Bowl Drinking Game.