A Seattle Seahawks player has overcome incredible odds to reach the biggest game of his life — the Super Bowl. Now he’s bringing a special pair of twins along for the ride.
Everything is larger in New York, and Super Bowl Boulevard is no exception. It has the obscene, fun-house distortion you expect when a party is thrown in Times Square.
What “big game” will be shown? Sunday’s Magic-Celtics game? No. Of course not. Seahawks-Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. It’s a Super Bowl Party. (But not officially.)
A Utah ape that has correctly picked the Super Bowl winner for six straight years predicted Thursday that the Seattle Seahawks will be the next NFL champion.
Marshawn Lynch says it will be good to “get back to football” after the Seattle running back wrapped up his final mandatory media session of Super Bowl week.
Despite all of the apologies and backtracking and tweeting, at the end of the day — and upon reiterating that Crabtree really is a “mediocre” receiver — Sherman still doesn’t get it.
Chris Christie says there’s nothing to debate: This year’s Super Bowl belongs to the Garden State. End of discussion. No spin. “Every once and a while somebody goes over to have dinner in New York, but that’s about it.”
Players on both teams have experienced chilly conditions during games, of course, although they don’t regularly brace for the sort of brrrr that’s anticipated for this Super Bowl.
The Broncos braved the cold for their first full practice of Super Bowl week, working in pads for nearly two hours after a 30-minute walkthrough session Wednesday.
As the players get ready for Super Bowl XLVIII, it’s not all about practice. On Wednesday, Seattle’s Phil Bates traded in his cleats for a microphone and spent 10 minutes harassing his teammates.
Peyton Manning didn’t have a whole lot of believers after undergoing multiple neck surgeries. Not even his own brother thought he would recover enough to get back on the field.
The GWB isn’t taking sides. It will be lit up in Bronco orange and Seahawk green for the Super Bowl.
Lynch abruptly ended his media availability — again — walking away from a throng of reporters after about seven uncomfortable minutes in which he answered just a few questions.
Who says preseason games don’t count? The next time we hear that, we’ll think of this: John Elway absolutely lit into the Denver Broncos after their 40-10 loss to Seahawks in August.
This game hasn’t grabbed America’s five-second attention span as it normally does. For lack of a more creative characterization, the Super Bowl, up to now, has been boring.