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.
In the aftermath of Aaron Rodgers winning the 2014 NFL MVP, it was revealed that Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner joined the MVP discussion. A lone voice in the wilderness decided to cast their MVP ballot in favor of Wagner.
Here’s an idea…let’s stop talking about Marshawn Lynch and deflated footballs please! The two best teams in football are going to play for the Championship of Professional Football this Sunday and it’s time to celebrate.
We all know that Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch loves his Skittles. Now, the company is putting Lynch to work during Super Bowl week. Skittles released a mock press conference featuring mercurial Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch starring with a bowl of his favorite candy while […]
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick won their fourth Super Bowl together by defeating the Seattle Seahawks…in a special Madden Super Bowl XLIX simulation. A special EA Sports Super Bowl simulation had New England knocking off the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks, 28-24, thanks to a touchdown reception from […]
While the Seattle Seahawks (remember them?) landed in Arizona on Sunday, the real fun of Super Bowl week commences on Monday when the New England Patriots arrive in Glendale today. Upon arriving, the Patriots (and presumably the Mona Lisa Vito of football) will handle media responsibilities, which unfortunately […]
Our 256-game journey is complete! For the second straight season, a pair of top seeds (Seattle and New England) enter as the odds on favorite to reach the Super Bowl. Here is the NFL postseason schedule…
Question… If you’re an AFC playoff team with a quasi-competitive defense, are you supremely scared of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos right now…even playing them in Denver?
The Cleveland Browns will have nothing to do with the playoffs but let’s stop and reflect for a moment. How brutal was Johnny Football on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals?
Unless something rapidly changes between now and the close of the regular season, these NFL truths appear to evident: