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2015 Super Bowl Odds: Chiefs climb quickly off Monday night

The Chiefs went flying up the board for 2015 Super Bowl Odds based on their performance Monday night.

St. Louis Rams Rumor: Team Reportedly Relocating To Los Angeles, Will Announce After Super Bowl

The St. Louis Rams could be in the process of re-locating to Los Angeles, a St. Louis media outlet is reporting. The team, which had been located in Los Angeles before moving to St. Louis in 1994, is in the final year of a lease with the Convention and Visitors Commission, which runs the Edward St. Show More Summary

NFL Power Rankings: Week 5 Standings Based on Latest Super Bowl Odds

No one can accuse the NFL of being complacent, at least when it comes to the teams. When you think things are going to zig one way, they immediately zag the complete opposite direction to remind you that nothing is as it seems. That's good news for the oddsmakers, who thrive on the total lack of uncertainty in sports. Show More Summary

Seattle Seahawks vs. Washington Redskins: Spread Analysis and Pick Prediction

Washington will look to rebound from an abysmal performance last Thursday night when it hosts the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. Washington was routed by the visiting New York Giants 45-14 as...Show More Summary

Who Are the NFL's Dark-Horse Super Bowl Contenders?

A quarter way through the NFL season, some teams have been avoiding national attention by flying under the radar in their divisions. Is there a team other than the Bengals in the AFC North that can reach the Super Bowl? Watch as Adam Kefkoe, Chris Simms and Jonathan Vilma debate dark-horse Super Bowl contenders in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Jimmy Fallon Is Going to Phoenix for Post-Super Bowl Show

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

NBC is broadcasting the Super Bowl next year, so of course they're going all-out, with an announcement today that Jimmy Fallon will be taking The Tonight Show to Phoenix for a special Sunday night post-game show.

'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' Heads to Phoenix For Live Post-Superbowl Broadcast

Late night’s top-rated and most-watched weeknight program, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” will head west for a special live telecast on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015.

Updated Super Bowl Odds at Season's Quarter Mark

With four weeks in the books, we've officially hit the quarter mark of the 2014 NFL season. Time flies when you're having fun! As always, the goal of all 32 NFL franchises is to ascend the proverbial mountaintop and hoist the Lombardi Trophy on the first Sunday in February. Show More Summary

Aaron Rodgers Is King of the NFC North

Since he became a starting quarterback in 2008, Aaron Rodgers has led the Green Bay Packers to the postseason five times and also led the team to a win in Super Bowl XLV, when he was named the MVP of the game. In that time, the Packers...Show More Summary

Jon Gruden may be the Raiders’ target as their next head coach

The Raiders have fired head coach Dennis Allen, and there’s one man Raiders owner Mark Davis would love to hire next: Jon Gruden. Gruden coached the Raiders from from 1998 to 2001 and then beat the Raiders in the Super Bowl after Davis’s father, the late Raiders owner Al Davis, traded him to the Buccaneers.…

Bill Cowher, Warren Sapp support NFL effort to tackle domestic abuse

While attorney Gloria Allred blasted Roger Goodell Monday and reiterated her desire for the embattled NFL commissioner to step down, two Super Bowl champions shared cautious optimism about the direction in which Goodell and the league are moving to address the domestic violence firestorm.

O'Reilly Suggests A Strong Interviewer Would Have Blamed Obama For Islamic State Beheadings

From the September 29 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: A Super Bowl Of Fox's Phony Scandals: The Obama-O'Reilly Pregame Interview Fox: Obama Can't Face Tough Interviewers Like O'Reilly (Who Interviewed Him Last Month)

Model Strips Naked, Fights Cops At Aussie Rules Grand Final [NSFW]

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

The lady you see above is a Scottish model named Heather McCartney. That's her being escorted out of Saturday's Australian Football League Grand Final, essentially the sport's Super Bowl. She was kicked out of the stadium because, while watching the game from a corporate box, she decided to get super naked. Show More Summary

Be Prepared for Job or Company Changes (But Not Worried)

You can do everything right, and things can still go splat in your career. As John Elway, two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback, says, “Not only do you have to be good, but you have to be lucky.” Of course, it helps if you can anticipate when your job is at risk. Show More Summary

Same old Jay, same old defense, same old joke

3 days agoSports : RosenBlog

Sunday presented the Bears with a chance to announce themselves as a division power and maybe even a Super Bowl contender in this jailbreak of an NFL season.

NFL Watchability Index, Week 4: Let's all take naps

It's early in the season and more than a sixth of the league will be at home any way. Might as well kick your feet up for some shut eye. Here are the teams that are out this week on byes: 1) Seattle Seahawks -- defending Super Bowl champions,...Show More Summary

NFL Predictions Week 4: Last-Minute Odds and Picks for Every Game

There's no Super Bowl rematch highlighting the NFL Week 4 schedule. In fact, neither of last year's title representatives are in action, taking a bye along with two of the three remaining undefeated squads. In terms of star power, this isn't the best weekend on the NFL docket. Show More Summary

NFL Star Bryant McKinnie -- Really, Really, Enjoying Unemployment

Former Super Bowl champ Bryant McKinnie has still not signed with an NFL team this year... but it's clear, he's handling unemployment quite well.  The ex-Miami Dolphins lineman has been making good use of his free time lately... mostly on…

Should 49ers Feature Rookie Carlos Hyde over Struggling Frank Gore?

The San Francisco 49ers have a situation on their hands at running back, with veteran Frank Gore struggling to carry the load for the Super Bowl hopefuls. Is it finally time for Carlos Hyde to become the feature back in San Francisco? Matt Miller gives his take when he joins Stephen Nelson to break it all down in the video above. Read more NFL news on

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