Five weeks ago, I asked for your help finding a team of my own. After careful consideration, taking into account your tweets, Facebook messages and good old fashioned conversations, for the first time since I was eight years old, …
Green Bay Packers
Get a life, Green Bay.
Every year at about this time, I’m the giddiest person I know.
The best thing about winning Super Bowl XLV is knowing that you’ve become a football deity, at least until the next season. The worst thing about winning Super Bowl XLV is that you don’t get to wear the ring that indicates you’re …
A portion of the NFL’s response to the Super Bowl ticketing controversy could be considered generous. But was some of it disingenuous? And is the NFL as committed to safety as it says?
The world’s greatest sporting event has cemented its place in pop-culture history by netting the most amount of Americans to ever watch a TV show. And not even Christina Aguilera’s flub or Groupon’s offensive ad could do anything …
Matthew Rush, 40, is a die-hard Steelers fan who spent over $4,000 to attend this year’s Super Bowl. That’s an awfully pricey trip to the sports bar, so he may sue the NFL.
Subject areas future Super Bowl advertisers might want to avoid: Tibet.
If you thought that the most notable off-field Super Bowl talking point would be the adverts, think again.
For the Green Bay Packers, who beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25, in a thrilling Super Bowl that came down to the final drive, the game could not have been sweeter.
Walking the grounds of Super Bowl XLV, I bumped into the 19-year-old with a heart of green and gold.
Forget the regular refrain of, “Are you ready for some football?” When it comes to the showpiece game of the year, isn’t it all about the advertisements?