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The NFL’s worst nightmare is a New England victory this Sunday. It will cast a pall over the playoffs, and stain the sacred Lombardi Trophy.
Asked about Brandon Browner’s comments, Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin didn’t seem to take offense: “I would expect nothing less. This is the Super Bowl. What do you expect?”
Outrageous scenes have become the norm at the Media Day extravaganza. The event is a circus. At least both Super Bowl teams are quite familiar with the silliness on tap Tuesday.
As far as some of the Jets see it, the underinflated footballs saga is just the Patriots being the Patriots.
Relishing no longer being in the “villain” role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team’s Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.
We’ll get some football, too, as there’s a nice little confrontation brewing between New England quarterback Tom Brady and Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman.
If the Patriots can put the hangover of this scandal behind them, this could actually be one of the most memorable Super Bowls of them all.
Asked what he thinks makes All-Pro Rob Gronkowski so good, Jeremy Lane paused: “I actually don’t think he’s that good. He’s OK. He does have a big body.”
The league did not specify what the gesture was in the win over Green Bay, but Lynch grabbed his crotch after scoring a go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Vague injury reports. Spygate. Signing players with intel on opponents. And now, an open NFL investigation into whether the team cheated during its AFC championship win.
On Monday, the national holiday celebrating the slain civil rights leader, the Super Bowl-bound team sent out a Twitter message that said, “We shall overcome.”
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
Yes, it is a cliche, but the game is never over until it’s actually over as Seattle comes from behind to advance to the Super Bowl.
There is a lot to look forward to when Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks, the defending champions, take on Brady’s New England Patriots, the dominant franchise of the 2000s, in the Super Bowl.