To the surprise of no one the New England Patriots placed the franchise tag on quarterback Matt Cassel as an insurance policy to the returning Tom Brady for the 2009 season. The possibility still exists that Cassel could be traded or signed by another team but they would […]
Jason Whitlock gives thanks to the real MVP of Super Bowl XLIII. My assertions of the officiating on Sunday aren’t going unnoticed thankfully. It is good to see that Pittsburgh McAulay is receiving the credit he rightfully deserves for his efforts on Sunday night in Tampa. Thumbs up […]
My only gripe about the Patriots is that they ruined the players being introduced individually at the Super Bowl. I miss them. Let’s go back to Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa. Go to the Lewis introduction at the end. He looks certifiably insane. Clearly, the Giants had no […]
While Kurt Warner is saying that he’ll need some time to mull things over, the Arizona Republic is singing a different tune. One of the hold ups over Warner’s potential return is a new contract from the Cardinals, which should be a relatively easy decision for a team […]
We’ve counted down from 10-6. Let’s take a look at the top 5 coldest games of all-time:
The largest viewing audience ever for a Super Bowl witnessed Pittsburgh’s 27-23 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night, according to Nielsen Media Research. A record 98.7 million viewers tuned into NBC on Sunday, surpassing last year’s Super Bowl between New England and the New York Giants […]
Yesterday in “Sixburgh”, the Steelers celebrated its sixth Vince Lombardi trophy with a parade featuring thousands of fans on hand. It takes me back to the definitive championship parade moment of 2008. Don’t believe me? Just ask Phillies second baseman Chase Utley…NSFW, obviously.
Days before the Arizona Cardinals nearly applied a death blow to Steeler Nation, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, in conjunction with Coors Light, released its list of the 10 coldest games in NFL history. A panel of some of the NFL’s all-time greatest players narrowed their selection […]
After his rocking performance at Super Bowl XLIII, it’s only right that we honor Bruce Springsteen. Here he is from NYC a few years back doing Tenth Avenue Freeze Out. He is truly The Boss.
So, what does it say about the Super Bowl MVP, when he refers to the man the championship trophy is named after as “Dicky” Lombardi? According to the New York Post, Holmes referred to Vince Lombardi as “Dicky” Lombardi twice during a ceremony on Monday. Hopefully that mistake […]