MGM has announced that the Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers are the two most likely teams to win the Super Bowl next year, both with 5-to-1 odds. In theory that means each team has a 16.7% chance of winning the title. Before you...Show More Summary
The San Francisco 49ers made it to the Super Bowl last season but came up short, losing to the Baltimore Ravens 34-31. Work began almost immediately for GM Trent Baalke, as he had several critical decisions to make in order to retool the 49ers' roster. Show More Summary
On Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings in Boston, a vote will be taken to decide where Super Bowl L will be played.
The Seattle Seahawks spent the offseason adding to an already talented roster in hopes of making a Super Bowl run this fall. But on the first day of OTAs Monday, Pete Carroll had to address off-field issues for his team instead of the additions to it. Defensive end Bruce Irvin was handed a four-game suspension…
The NFL will choose its 50th Super Bowl host this weekend after a league vote on Tuesday. San Francisco is reportedly the favorite for the 2016 game but football’s biggest game may also be held in Miami. According to Yahoo News, the city that does not get chosen will compete with Houston for the 51st [...]Show More Summary
With six teams to go, let’s turn our attention to the franchise that produced six Pro Bowlers in 2012. And somehow only two wins. But the Chiefs have had plenty of proud moments, dating back to participation in the first Super Bowl. Here’s your chance to scour the team’s rosters all the way back to…
As ESPN.com's Ashley Fox acknowledges, Lambeau Field as the host for Super Bowl L "will never happen." You know why? The high-rolling Super Bowl crowd couldn't handle it. It's one thing to make an exception to the dome/warm weather routine for New York City, the largest city in the country and the site of the $1.2 billion MetLife Stadium. Show More Summary
NFL owners have gathered in Boston, Massachusetts this week for their annual spring meetings. A focal point of this week's meetings will be the announcement of the host cities for Super Bowl L and Super Bowl LI, votes on which will take...Show More Summary
On Tuesday at the NFL Owners meetings in Boston, a vote will be taken to decide where Super Bowl L will be played.
Joe Flacco's use of the R-word got him in deep water last season, after he commented that it was "retarded" that the 2014 Super Bowl would be played at the MetLife Stadium.
Joe Flacco won’t be using the “R” word ever again after slipping up before the Super Bowl last season. Which “R” word are we talking about here? During the 2013 Super Bowl media day, Flacco was asked what he thought about the idea of playing the 2014 title game at MetLife Stadium, which he responded, [...]Show More Summary
With the San Francisco 49ers’ new Levi’s Stadium, by all accounts, set to become the world’s greatest sports venue – sorry, Clearwater Hooters – it’s a given that it will [...] The post San Francisco Is (Not Surprisingly) The Frontrunner To Host Super Bowl 50 appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
As the title to this blurb indicates, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has signed a pledge to not use the “R” word. And, no, it’s not Redskins. During the week preceding Super Bowl XLVII, Flacco called the idea of playing a Super Bowl in New Jersey “retarded.” He immediately corrected himself, and he apologized for it…
Even though the Chargers have never won a Super Bowl and have played in only one of them, they’ve got plenty of all-time greats. Possibly, too many to fit on one Mt. Rushmore. From Dan Fouts to Junior Seau to Kellen Winslow to Lance Alworth to Charlie Joiner to Don Coryell to Ron Mix to…
The Denver Broncos, the team that many penciled in to be the AFC rep for the Super Bowl last season, will take the field in their first full practice for the first time Monday. It will be the first time that safety Rahim Moore, who allowed Jacoby Jones‘ 70-yard touchdown catch from Joe Flacco in [...]
Ad Meter: It’s not just for Super Bowl ads anymore. USA Today is expanding its Super Bowl ad-rating platform to other categories of sports media. Ad Meter: The Year in Sports will invite sports fans to vote in categories like Best Sports Marketing Campaign and Best Athlete Endorsement Ad. Show More Summary
Every NFL team and fanbase goes into each season with optimistic goals. Each team typically expects to be better than it was the previous season and to either contend for or become much closer to contending for a Super Bowl. Unfortunately, as some teams rise, other teams will fall. Show More Summary
Chevrolet just went through its “super bowl,” as Chris Perry, vice president of marketing for the Golden Bowtie, said. This super bowl he’s talking about is the recent launch of 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. Like crosstown rival Ford and its F-150, the Silverado delivers the biggest numbers for any Chevrolet model sold in North America. Perry’s [...]
NFL owners on Tuesday will award two Super Bowls – numbers 50 and 51 (that’s L and LI) in Boston. At 12 pm Eastern, the bid committees from San Francisco, Miami and Houston will make their presentations to the NFL’s 32. The NFL staff will then summarize the plans and the owners of the 49ers, [...]
In 2012, there were a lot of teams that had chances of making it to the Super Bowl. In 2013, that's not completely true. The San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers...Show More Summary