The final football game of the 2015 NFL season has arrived. Super Bowl 50 is here.
When I was a kid, I used to simulate all of the important games on Madden to get a feel of things to come.
Last season, EA Sports nailed their Super Bowl XLIX prediction by stating that the New England Patriots would defeat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 on a game-winning touchdown catch by Julian Edelman.
According to a report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Peyton Manning will indeed retire following Super Bowl 50.
For the first time in JMRA history, I’m rolling up my sleeves to suggest a Super Bowl 50 drinking game.
It’s pretty evident Cam Newton will not be phased by this whole Super Bowl thing before the game actually takes place on Sunday night.
What a better way to celebrate Super Sunday, the final game of Peyton Manning’s storied career (maybe) and America’s inability to talk about race in an intelligent manner than to run our annual Super Bowl Live Blog.
The NFL formally announced on Wednesday that Clete Blakeman will be the referee for Super Bowl 50.
Despite losing the AFC Championship on Sunday, having an unidentified Broncos player admit to trying rub his man region on his face, Von Miller making a deflated ball joke and STILL having to deal with Deflategate again soon, Tom Brady showed his appreciation to his supporters on Wednesday.
Following Denver’s narrow 20-18 win over New England in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game, Peyton Manning and Bill Belichick had an interesting exchange at midfield.