Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning spoke to the media after his team was destroyed by the fierce defense of the Seattle Seahawks.
This time, the lights didn’t go out on the Super Bowl. This time, the lights were blasted at full intensity, hotter and whiter than the neon on Broadway, by the new kings of professional football. Shocking a nation that
He knows what’s coming, the familiar avalanche of Hatin’ Peyton torment, the stream of told-you-sos and can’t-win-the-big-one hatchet jobs that now will be accompanied by an Internet parody. The critics who always suspected a showoff element to Peyton Manning’s
He’s the third-oldest coach to win a Super Bowl, which is astonishing in that Pete Carroll, whose birth certificate confirms he is 62 years old, looks 42 and sometimes acts 22. Watching him grinning on the podium Sunday night,
It was right there in front of Peyton Manning, all right, couldn’t have been set up better if it had been placed on a tee in Times Square on New Year’s Eve. In the first Super Bowl in New
Maybe it’s because he seems like your nerdy uncle, or because he’s in his third decade of throwing passes and pitching products to all corners of the American consciousness, or because familiarity breeds contempt on the darker side of
Fox is of course the home of this year’s Super Bowl and they will use Fox Sports 1 for their lead up the main network taking over at 2.p.m. ET on Sunday. The game will be kicked off at
A special four-hour edition of ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown will preview Super Bowl XLVIII from two locations – Herald Square in downtown Manhattan and MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., beginning at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday. Host Chris Berman, covering his
What we as fans must remember about watching television on Super Bowl Sunday this is a marathon and not a sprint so pace yourself, this will be a long day. Also, it is important to remember that Fox, ESPN,
That's the because the Seattle Seahawks fan who had the team's logo along with "Super Bowl XLVIII"