Super Bowl 50 was underwhelming, but Peyton Manning at least got to go out on top.
The NFL Conference Championships featured one game that came down to the wire, and one that was pretty much over by halftime. Let’s take stock of each game and see what we’ve learned about the two Super Bowl finalists.
The second round of the NFL playoffs is over. Let’s take a look at some touchdowns that got away.
By: Chris Dagonas With December upon us, the time is right to discard those teams that will not make the postseason and focus on those in the thick of the […]
By: Chris Dagonas With the end of Week 8, and the beginning of November, we have reached a sort of unofficial halfway point in the NFL season. That precise timing […]
By: Chris Dagonas Traditional football wisdom tends to lean toward the idea that teams win by controlling the ball, and the clock, with a strong running game. In recent years, […]
By: Chris Dagonas When I turned twelve years old, I received a birthday gift that would alter the course of my entire sports fandom future. My parents bought me a replica […]
By: Dan Grant This Sunday will mark the 47th edition of the Superb Owl. I mean… what? Oh right of course! The Super Bowl! This article assignment makes a lot more […]
By: Chris Dagonas It all kicks off on Sunday (weather permitting)! Broncos! Seahawks! Manning! Wilson! The bright lights of East Rutherford, New Jersey! This year’s Super Bowl, an event that […]
By: Chris Dagonas Everyone SHUT UP! The games are coming on! What games? WHAT GAMES?!?! The NFL is in the conference finals, that’s what games, so I’m literally not moving from […]