Posts under Tag: Super bowl
Call Kenny Loggins: Pete Carroll Got Seattle Stuck In The Danger(Russ) Zone

Tweet Malcolm Butler deflated an elated (Danger)Russell Wilson more dramatically than the Pats could (allegedly) lower the air pressure of a Wilson football with a pump and a needle. Quarterbacks will always be the casual fan’s central focus, but candid cornerbacks were the fulcrum that kept the gears of the past league year spinning. Richard Sherman served as the mouthpiece [&hellip

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Eli-te Manning Repeats History

Tweet   There are no more questions about whether Eli is elite. But has the second half of Brady’s career become tragic? For three quarters of the season, they were less than stellar and shrunk in the limelight. However, in the pivotal moments they played like Giants. With jobs, the season and games on the line the 2012 Super Bowl Champion [&hellip

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Super Bowl XLVI Breakdown

Tweet Super Bowl 2012, Key Matchups: David Baas Vs. Vince Wilfork When he steps between the hash marks on Sundays, it’s Vince Wilfork’s world and opposing offensive lineman are just living in it. At least that’s what you’d surmise based on his recent playoff performances against the Broncos and Ravens. It’s also an appropriate phrase for a player with Wilfork’s immense size and equally vast [&hellip

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The New York Giants Have a Tebow in Their Midst

Tweet Tom Coughlin has been compared to Bill Parcells, Bill Cowher and Bill Belichick but the Giants fiery head coach shares more in common with the Denver Broncos superstar quarterback, Tim Tebow. When the critics put his back against the wall and put his job in jeopardy all he does in win. [Read More After The Jump] Tweet

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Settling My Super Bowl Debate

Tweet This season more than any other, I’m having difficulty forecasting an eventual Super Bowl champion.  I feel like Flava Flav.  That was until this week when one team made all the right moves on the eve of the season to earn my trust.  Ultimately, my choice came down to a team which has been  perennial contender the entire decade,  [&hellip

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