Fast-food chains already took our health. Now they’re going after our dignity. It started this past weekend when McDonald’s aired its “Pay With Lovin’ ” Super Bowl commercial, a promotion that runs from Feb. 2 through Valentine’s Day and randomly selects customers to—you guessed it—“pay with lovin’ ” instead of, you know, normal money. Show More Summary
Though many companies debuted their Super Bowl ads a week early to garner hype, the big game didn't disappoint when it came to raking in ad shares. Topping the list was Liam Neeson's hilarious Taken parody for Clash of Clans — the spot...Show More Summary
When the Dallas Cowboys win the Super Bowl, Jerry Jones has said he wants the credit. Fellow media types might want to start workshopping those headlines (and apologies) now, because Jones' latest move proves he's finally figured this...Show More Summary
It used to be the San Francisco 49ers were one player away from winning the Super Bowl. If only Justin Smith hadn’t injured his shoulder in 2012. If only the Niners had a real deep threat wide receiver to complement Anquan Boldin inShow More Summary
No nerds have ever won the Super Bowl, people forget that. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -Ed. Wellcome to the Monday Morning BM,, just...Show More Summary
More than four years ago, folks who had bought tickets for Super Bowl XLV showed up for the game only to learn that the seats corresponding to the tickets didn’t exist. Finally, the case is going to trial. Jury selection, opening statements, and testimony are expected Monday in federal court in Dallas. The lawyer representing…
Marshawn Lynch has a famously contentious relationship with the media, so it's somehow fitting that his first substantial interview since the Super Bowl would take place on the other side of the world in a foreign language. Also notShow More Summary
Hundreds try out at Foxboro’s Ahern Middle School in bid to cheer on the Super Bowl champions next season By Laura Calverley The Sun Chronicle ;More than 300 women jumped, kicked and danced their hearts out at the Patriots Cheerleader Auditions on Saturday at Ahern Middle School in Foxboro. It was the first round [...]
The parody of a Super Bowl ad has people divided.
Ever since Malcolm Butler picked off that Russell Wilson pass intended for Ricardo Lockette on the Seahawks’ final offensive play in Super Bowl XLIX, football fans have been dying to hear what Marshawn Lynch thought about the decision to throw the ball instead of letting him run it into the end zone from the one-yard […]
The Denver Broncos are on a quest to win the Super Bowl in 2015. General manager John Elway has done a masterful job of putting together the roster during his four years with the team. Elway makes sure to build through the draft, but...Show More Summary
You can't win the Super Bowl in March, but you can lose one. The New England Patriots went all-in last offseason to add several talented players to their roster. This year, they may not be so aggressive, as a tight salary-cap situation...Show More Summary
His bad call cost the Seahawks the Super Bowl, but accepting responsibility for it is the right start.
In the time it took to make one mistake on the football field, Brandon Bostick lost a chance at a Super Bowl and a job. But he’s at least found a new friend, someone who empathizes with his plight. In a first-person account for The MMQB.com, Bostick said he was surprised to get a call…
NFL free agency will begin next week, and the Baltimore Ravens could be making several game-changing moves that will affect their ability to contend for a Super Bowl next season. After narrowly losing to the Super Bowl champion New England...Show More Summary
A Super Bowl MVP who went on to gain enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame is among seven members of the Black College Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. Former Bears, 49ers, Colts and Eagles defensive end Richard Dent, a Tennessee State product who captured game MVP honors as Chicago rolled to…
This Saturday Night Live ad parody, in which a dad (Taran Killam) drops off his daughter (Dakota Johnson) to join ISIS, sparked a raging debate this weekend on social media. The sketch lampoons Toyota's "My Bold Dad" Super Bowl ad for the Camry, which showed a proud father driving his daughter to the airport as she begins her hitch in the U.S. Show More Summary
The final offensive play for the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX was one that many thought would go to running back Marshawn Lynch. Instead, Russell Wilson passed the ball and had it intercepted in the end zone and it led to the New England Patriots winning the championship. Show More Summary
Marshawn Lynch finally opened up about Seattle's final offensive play, and the Seahawks star said what everyone would expect him to say.
One month to the day since the Seahawks opted not to give the football to running back Marshawn Lynch on the doorstep of the New England end zone in Super Bowl XLIX, a video has surfaced showing Lynch explaining his position on the most scrutinized play call in league history. Under a frustratingly loud translation…