NFL Overreactions: The Eagles are Super Bowl bound
Coach says it's second only to the Super Bowl when it comes to national attention, something the Chargers will be experiencing for the first time since they joined the NFL.
Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks ESPN Monday, 8:30 p.m. ET Matt Ryan spent the first eight years of his career being a good but not great quarterback. In 2016, he was great. In 2017, he’s good. While there are plenty of reasons for...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions won all their road division games in a season for the first time in the Super Bowl era, putting them in a strong position in the NFC North if they can beat the division-leading Minnesota Vikings on Thanksgiving at Ford Field.
No matter what, Falcons fans will never get over that Super Bowl collapse and it doesn’t help that every single fan base trolls them with the 28-3 joke. What made matters even worse was the city losing their iconic Georgia Dome stadium on Monday after 25 years as it was demolished and turned into rubble. […]
The hardened Philly fans need to wrap their heads around this warm and fuzzy reality: their Eagles are going to the Super Bowl.
After 25 years of service and no Super Bowl winning team, the Georgia Dome finally went up in smoke on Monday. It was reported that nearly 5,000 of explosives blasted the structure into rubble in mere seconds. Along with the dome went past memories of two Super Bowls being played there and three Final Fours […]
Metro Transit on Wednesday said it will offer free rides for Blue and Green Line passengers who will be put on replacement buses on Super Bowl Sunday as portions of both light-rail lines will be restricted exclusively for fans heading to the game.
OK, we thought we were done making jokes about implosions and the Falcons and the Super Bowl. But they keep pulling branches down in front of us, leaving all that delicious low-hanging fruit. Monday morning’s demolition of the Georgia Dome went off with a small hitch, as two large sections of the building’s exterior walls [more]
Case Keenum is playing well enough to get the Vikings to the Super Bowl. Teddy Bridgewater is healthy for the first time in 15 months and ready to reclaim his throne in Minnesota. But he’s not going to get a chance as long as the Keenumissaince...Show More Summary
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are the firs team in the Super Bowl era to go from 0-2 to 8-2
No team has ever played a Super Bowl in its home stadium. You’d think in 51 Super Bowls, it would have happened once by now. After Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings can dream about being the first team to have a home Super Bowl. The Vikings,...Show More Summary
So if Yu Darvish was a quarterback and started a Super Bowl, this is what it would look like. What. A. Disaster. There’s really not a more charitable way of describing Nathan Peterman’s performance at StubHub Center on Sunday — unless you were the Chargers, in which case you had to be immensely...
The NFL rumors are pointing to a comeback for Peyton Manning — though not on the field. Reports indicated that the Cleveland Browns are trying to lure the two-time Super Bowl champion back to the NFL to serve in a front office capacity. Show More Summary
It looks like Eiza Gonzalez is starring with Justin Timberlake in the singer’s next music video! The 36-year-old entertainer, who will headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show in February, was hard at work on the video on Friday night (November 17) in Los Angeles. The video seemed to have a dystopian setting and Justin and [...]
Cam Newton has come roaring back this season, and suddenly many see the Carolina Panthers as a team poised to beat the red-hot New Orleans Saints for the NFC South — and now as a dark horse Super Bowl contender. The Panthers suffered...Show More Summary
Since the kickoff of the protests during the National Anthem, many people across the country have boycotted the NFL, whether it’s in support of Colin Kaepernick or they feel the players are disrespecting the flag and military by kneeling. Players want to be heard and fans and advertisers want the kneeling to stop. The league […]
Public transportation in the Twin Cities leading up to Super Bowl LII could be difficult if local transit workers follow through on a planned strike. According to Janet Moore of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, union bus, light rail and additional metro transit workers voted to reject a contract offer from the Metropolitan Council and authorize a [more]
Jon Gruden is no Bill Belichick. In fact, with an all-time regular season record of 95-81, he’s not even a Mike McCarthy (117-62) or a Mike Tomlin (108-59). But he has won a Super Bowl. And only six current coaches in the NFL can say that. So it should come as no surprise that the […]