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Super Bowl – Seahawks vs Broncos Predictions

Posted on 2 Feb, 2014, by in Football

A clash of offense vs defense will be the story of Super Bowl XLVIII between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, which will be about the legacy of Peyton Manning and the rare occasion of awful weather hurting these teams who luckily are used to less than optimal conditions when playing at home. More

Richard Sherman, Colin Kaepernick

NFL Playoffs – Colin Kaepernick Still Bitter About Richard Sherman

Posted on 31 Jan, 2014, by in Football

It’s hard to say what’s worse: Being a sore loser or an annoying winner. Colin Kaepernick made a lot of mistakes that cost the San Francisco 49ers at the end of their NFC championship game with the Seattle Seahakws, but he forgets his own moments that lacked class and radiated with arrogance as he criticizes Richard Sherman. More

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Seattle Seahawks – Percy Harvin Needs to Start Fulfilling Promises

Posted on 30 Jan, 2014, by in Football

One might say the Seattle Seahawks have done pretty well without Percy Harvin actually helping, bit it doesn’t mean that a full game from him in the Super Bowl of all places won’t mean a huge positive impact for the NFC champions; perhaps one that will swing the game in their favor. More

Sherman, Manning

Manning vs Sherman – Who Cares About Arm Strength?

Posted on 30 Jan, 2014, by in Football

Everything gets blown up and magnified during Super Bowl week, especially anything Richard Sherman has to say about Peyton Manning and his fading arm strength. More

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The NFL is Even More Greedy Than Usual in This Super Bowl

Posted on 29 Jan, 2014, by in Football

If you think you can take your car to the Super Bowl and just park it there, think again. The NFL is planning to make more money than ever before in this event, making sure some special limitations are being placed to get more money out of fans who have already spent quite a lot in order to be a part of the event. More

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Super Bowl Media Day – Marshawn Lynch Doesn’t Feel Like Talking

Posted on 29 Jan, 2014, by in Football

Not for the first time, Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks shows how little regard he shows to the aspect of talking to the media in his sport, preferring to prove himself on the field then spend hours talking to reporters during the Super Bowl Media day. More

Manning, Sherman

Broncos vs Seahawks – Keys to Victory

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in Football

The Super Bowl clash between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks is also a contrast of styles: The best offense in the NFL who go wherever their hall of fame quarterback, Peyton Manning, takes them, and a team that’s a lot more smash mouth in orientation: Running the ball and having the best defense in the league. More

Joe Montana

6 Most Important Super Bowl Records

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in Featured, Football

It’s rare not to have one or two memorable moments in each Super Bowl, even the bad ones. But great players and great games are often remembered for the records they broke on the greatest stage of all, like Joe Montana winning three Super Bowl MVP awards or Jerry Rice catching three passing touchdowns twice in a Super Bowl game. More

Scott Linehan

Dallas Cowboys – Scott Linehan Hiring Means More Unnecessary Drama

Posted on 28 Jan, 2014, by in Football

The Dallas Cowboys have an offensive coordinator, Bill Callahan. That didn’t stop them from hiring Scott Linehan for what right now is unspecified role, but it should involve calling the offensive players, marking another offseason of major change under Jerry Jones and Jason Garrett. More

Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman Has Nothing to be Sorry About

Posted on 27 Jan, 2014, by in Football

Not everyone likes their football stars with a big mouth, but it doesn’t mean it’s wrong to speak your mind. Richard Sherman is the player getting the most attention heading into Super Bowl week, but the Seattle Seahawks cornerback doesn’t regret anything, nor should he feel sorry about his comments. More