Posts tagged Super Bowl
We’re here to recap all of the awesomeness that was the Super Bowl, including the only two plays we saw, the brilliance of Cris Collinsworth and sheer dominance of Jason Pierre-Paul.
Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings is taking it all in at the Super Bowl. Jennings is in Indianapolis this week getting the celebrity treatment. Hell, he may as well since he isn’t playing this week.
It’s all about the New York Giants in the Super Bowl. Here’s a look at the Giants run and why they’re poised to beat the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews was on The Ellen Show today. Matthews and Degeneres talked about the Super Bowl from the Ellen Sports Desk. Here’s the video.
This year’s Super Bowl sucks. Well, except for Televisa Deportes sports reporter Marisol González. We think you’ll agree. Take a look for yourself.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell didn’t come right out and say it, but he gave a strong indication there will be no Super Bowl coming to Green Bay unless the city undergoes a dramatic growth spurt and/or transformation. “It’s not about weather as much as it is infrastructure,” Goodell said at the Packers annual shareholders meeting. […]
Just about everyone is jumping on the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl bandwagon and the players are no exception. Linebacker Nick Barnett appeared on NFL Network last week and drank some of the Kool Aid. Barnett was asked, “Super Bowl or bust?” His reply: “Super Bowl or die.” Now, I’d post the video here, but […]
When New York/New Jersey was awarded the 2014 Super Bowl on Tuesday, we suggested it would open the door for the NFL to put the game in other cold-weather cities — cities like Green Bay. Green Bay Packers’ president Mark Murphy said he’s intrigued by the possibility, but cited some of the same potential problems […]
New York, or in reality, New Jersey was awarded the 2014 Super Bowl. The game will be played at the New Meadowlands Stadium, a $1.6 billion facility in East Rutherford, N.J., which is the first non-domed, cold weather venue to host the big game. It took four rounds of votes by NFL owners at the […]
It was short and sweet, but Vince Lombardi’s Super Bowl II pre-game speech was to the point and he probably didn’t have to say much to the 1967-68 Green Bay Packers anyway. The team finished 9-4-1 that season and after beating the Dallas Cowboys in the Ice Bowl, would go on to handle the Oakland […]