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How Seattle Secondary Will Limit Broncos' Offense in Super Bowl Rematch

The Seattle Seahawks proved to be mortal by losing to the Chargers last week, marking it Seattle's first defeat since week 16 of the regular season last year. What new looks will each team bring to the field that's different from their...Show More Summary

Joystiq Streams: When a Canadian coaches a scrub in NHL 15

The Rangers versus Kings Stanley Cup final this past June was one of the most watched Stanley Cup finals in a generation. NBC reported it had about 5 million viewers total. To put that in perspective, the Super Bowl snagged 111.5 million viewers in...

2015 Super Bowl Odds: Chargers charging after Seahawks exposure

The Chargers are climbing up the list of 2015 Super Bowl Odds after taking down the Seahawks in Week 2.

NFL Week 3 opening odds: Bengals perfect, Patriots biggest favorite

The Bengals look to remain perfect as home favorites while a Super Bowl rematch sees the Broncos as underdogs for the first time in 33 games. See Week 3 NFL odds. The Cincinnati Bengals are a perfect 10-0 straight up and against the spread in their last 10 regular season home games. Show More Summary

NFL Power Rankings: Week 3 Standings Based on Latest Super Bowl Odds

Week 2 of the NFL season was crazy when you just look at things in a vacuum. However, when you look at it in the bigger picture, as the oddsmakers do each week, it becomes even more of a muddled mess trying to figure out who the Super...Show More Summary

Hot and Bothered in San Diego: The Seahawks vs The Chargers

It was hot in San Diego. Unseasonably hot.  Blazing hot. This game, which on paper seemed to overwhelmingly favor the defending Super Bowl Champions, was really not all that competitive. I mean as the game progressed, it appeared that the Seahawks were being outplayed, out-muscled and out-executed, if that is a word.  They just weren’t [...]

Denver Broncos: How Will Wes Welker Be Used Upon His Return?

The Denver Broncos are 2-0, and they have a huge test in Week 3 as they play in a Super Bowl rematch against the Seattle Seahawks. The Broncos will need to be at their best to beat the world champion Seahawks in front of the 12th man...Show More Summary

NFL Picks Week 3: Updated Lines and Final-Score Predictions for All Games

It is still far too early to truly know the Super Bowl contenders for the 2014 NFL season, especially with so many injuries flying around, but you can feel a lot better about your team if it's 2-0 than if it's 0-2. After all, only 12...Show More Summary

Chancellor hopes for better results Sunday

Seattle strong safety Kam Chancellor had a game to remember in the 43-8 Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos. He enters the rematch with the Broncos on Sunday coming off a game he would like to forget. Chancellor had a rough day...Show More Summary

The Hangover: Anheuser-Busch Publicly Scolds NFL

When Anheuser-Busch speaks, the NFL listens. The leading television sponsor of the last five Super Bowls has chastised the league for its handling of player misbehavior. Video of three-time Pro Bowler Ray Rice knocking out the womanShow More Summary

Brewers Rip Bruisers As Heat On Home Violence Spreads To NFL Sponsors

Anheuser-Busch — the top spender in the last five Super Bowls —  today issued a statement about that NFL sponsorship as reports of domestic abuse charges against league players keep piling up: “We are disappointed and increasingly concerned by the recent incidents that have overshadowed this NFL season,” A-B said. Show More Summary

Anheuser-Busch Sternly Urges NFL to Stop Acting Like Stupid Meatheads

23 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Major NFL sponsor Anheuser-Busch has issued a serious reprimand and warning to the NFL in response to the league's latest fuckery. This is even better if you imagine the puppy from this year's Super Bowl ad bark-dictating the announcement. Trust me. Read more...

Broncos fans start petition to ban CBS’ Phil Simms from Denver broadcasts

Are Broncos fans still bitter about Phil Simms' near-perfection in Super Bowl XXI? Fans in Denver have started an online petition to ban the ex-Giants star and veteran CBS analyst from broadcasting future Broncos games.

Week Two power rankings

1.  Seattle Seahawks (No. 1 last week; 1-1):  They lost in San Diego.  I guess that means they now suck.  And they’ll suck just enough to win the Super Bowl again. 2. Denver Broncos (No. 2; 2-0):  With the No. 1 team on the docket for Week Three, the opportunity is there to not lose…

Mika Touts Questionable Super Bowl-Domestic Violence Claim in NFL Violence Argument

On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski decried the violent nature of football and its effects on people. However, in making her case, she offered that domestic violence increases on Super Bowl to bolster her argument, which has been labeled myth by many. Show More Summary

A rare Super Bowl rematch on Sunday

Here it is. The big rematch has arrived. The Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos will do something Sunday that only has happened five other times since the first Super Bowl in 1967. The two teams that played in the big game willShow More Summary

NFL Report Cards: Team-by-Team Grades for Week 2

Paradigms are meant to be shattered. The Seattle Seahawks were an A+ team after Week 1. This fit many preconceived notions about the reigning Super Bowl champions. Heading into a Week 2 road game against the San Diego Chargers, the Seahawks...Show More Summary

New York Jets Show Plenty of Promise Despite Loss to Green Bay Packers

Blowing double-digit leads against a heavily favored team and Super Bowl contender is about as low as it gets on the "bad loss" meter of NFL losses. Throw in the fact that their would-be game-tying touchdown was wiped out by a phantom...Show More Summary

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