The majesty of the Super Bowl. It’s over-hyped, larger-than-life and as insane as a Stanley Kubrick movie on acid – and we dropped The Fan right in the middle of it all.
It’s not as toxic a topic as the New York/New Jersey border war, or as socially inflamed as the Richard Sherman saga. But, in a strictly sporting sense, it really is the topic du jour. If he wins Sunday’s Super Bowl, is Peyton Manning the greatest quarterback in NFL history?
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Local weather women Amy Freeze joins the Ben and Skin Show and attempts to update the guys on what the weather will be for the Super Bowl.
The 1st day of radio row was everything I dreamed it would be.
In fact, Richard Sherman – now preparing for Sunday’s Super Bowl XLVIII against the Broncos – did NFL football exactly right that day. For 60 minutes and then for a few minutes more.
The discussion started Thursday afternoon as we attempted to figure out where Peyton Manning would fit in the pantheon of starting quarterbacks that have won multiple Super Bowls should the Broncos triumph over the Seahawks next Sunday.
In the days since his rant, Sherman has moonwalked from his outburst. Well, kinda. He didn’t apologize for humiliating Michael Crabtree, but insisted he was sorry for deflecting from his team.
With Super Bowl XLVIII just a little over a week away, guys like Pocket-Change Pauli and his ilk are pouring though the numbers and looking for new ways to separate you from your money.
With all the extra attention an outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl has given the league, the NFL should commit to making the host city a major part of the Super Bowl story every year.
Both Denver and Seattle advanced this week after defeating the Patriots and Niners, respectively. The two will square off on Groundhog Day this year with the championship on the line. The question is: who will end up with the title?
A great Super Bowl moment for one fan is a crushing blow for another. Check out these top 5.