When the San Diego Chargers went into Denver last month and beat the Broncos, no doubt some eyebrows were raised. Now, imagine if they do it again this Sunday.
The Colts and Broncos have already secured a playoff spot, with others offered the chance this weekend if all breaks right. The question is, which team will win the AFC Championship this year?
These athletes rack up championships yet manage to remain completely boring.
Flacco is the catalyst to a perfect storm for teams trying to sign or retain their franchise quarterbacks.
I’m calling B.S. on CBS’ Phil Simms. And, for that matter, the 49ers. With two weeks to prepare for the Super Bowl, San Francisco lined up in an illegal formation on the game’s first play.
Capping a perfect postseason, the unassuming and unheralded Flacco completed 22 of 33 passes for 287 yards and three first-half touchdowns Sunday, earning Super Bowl MVP honors.
The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in the Super Bowl.
During the week of the Super Bowl, the media attention surrounding the players and teams involved in the game increases twentyfold.
The Super Bowl has a pair of fresh faces at quarterback, bona fide nobodies as far as the NFL title game goes. But one will leave New Orleans as football’s newest star.
Ladies and gentlemen, your Super Bowl quarterbacks played college football at Nevada (Colin Kaepernick) and Delaware (Joe Flacco).
Joe Flacco leads the Baltimore Ravens to their first Super Bowl in 12 years with a 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday for the AFC championship.
The New England Patriots defense cut down on allowing long completions as the season went on. The Baltimore Ravens never stopped making them.