In their Super Bowl LI rematch on Sunday Night Football, the New England Patriots had no trouble dismantling the Atlanta Falcons. Unfortunately for most people in the stands, they didn’t get to see it, because a thick, heavy fog moved into the area and sat right there in the stadium, making visibility almost impossible. While […]
Wow. Tom Brady went there. After beating the Atlanta Falcons in a Super Bowl LI rematch on Sunday Night Football, Tom Brady figured it would be a good time to publish another edition of the popular TB Times. In it, the Patriots quarterback is seen sitting on a curb, playing tic-tac-toe against a falcon (presumably […]
As if they weren’t already disadvantaged. The Patriots embarrassed the Falcons on Sunday night in their Super Bowl LI rematch. For some in the stadium, the game was hard — and at times impossible — to see because of thick fog. WhileShow More Summary
There was a lot of NFL on the Big 4 yesterday as Super Bowl LI was re-fought on NBC’s Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys schooled the San Francisco 49ers 40-10 on Fox, and there were football overruns on CBS. There was also another...Show More Summary
The fog rolled into Gillette Stadium on Sunday night to give a different look to the matchup between the Patriots and Falcons than we got when they met at Super Bowl LI in Houston in February. While any appearance of fog calls to mind the “Fog Bowl” between the Eagles and Bears in Chicago during [more]
New England quarterback Tom Brady warms up before the Patriots’ game against Atlanta. (AP) The opening quarter-plus of Sunday night’s New England Patriots-Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl LI rematch (in case you weren’t sure why this game has been so hyped) has been a flag-fest, which isn’t fun to watch. Show More Summary
Tonight’s Sunday Night Football contest between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots didn’t turn out to be as crazy as the last time these two teams met—back in February during their epic Super Bowl LI battle. But it certainly wasn’t your typical football game, thanks to the ridiculous amount of fog that began to […]
Instead of blowing a 25-point lead, the Falcons got shut out until two-thirds of the way through the fourth quarter. The Falcons had a chance to get a little bit of redemption from the humiliating Super Bowl LI loss to the Patriots.Show More Summary
This Brandin Cooks touchdown looked really familiar. The Patriots got on the board in Sunday’s Super Bowl LI rematch on a 11-yard Brandin Cooks touchdown. It looked like something directly out of the Chiefs’ playbook. Tom Brady tosses...Show More Summary
Eight months after 28-3 happened in Super Bowl LI, the Falcons and Patriots meet again in Week 7
The game of the day arrives tonight, when the Falcons and Patriots meet for a rematch the game of the year. In Super Bowl LI, Atlanta coughed up a 25-point lead and capped the collapse by blowing a chance to ice the game while still up by eight and in field goal range. But the [more]
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Muhammad Ali passed away in June 2016, eight months before Super Bowl LI kicked off in February 2017. But Ali still left his mark on the big game, appearing in a three-minute promotional ad for Fox before the game, an ad that, according to a $30 million lawsuit against the......
The company that owns the posthumous image of Muhammad Ali has filed a $30-million lawsuit against Fox Broadcasting Co., claiming the legendary fighter’s likeness was improperly used during its February telecast of Super Bowl LI. The suit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Illinois said the...
Muhammad Ali Enterprises wasn’t too pleased with a promo featuring the late boxer before Super Bowl LI in February. On Tuesday, Fox was sued by Ali Enterprises for $30 million after claiming Ali’s image was illegally used by the network in the ad. Show More Summary
They should have won Super Bowl LI. If they play like this, they’ll have a good shot at winning Super Bowl LII. (And Super Bowl LIII…
It’s a common pass concept, but it holds different meaning in this situation. One play that’s always going to be associated with Marshawn Lynch, is the Seahawks’ interception thrown in Super Bowl XLIX while situated on the 1-yard line. While playing the Jets, the Raiders were on the goal line. Show More Summary