As you go along in life you are most likely going to learn it's a good idea not to be cocky and that silence is golden. That's the lesson Seahawks
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is under the impression that the criticism surrounding the play calling on behalf of the Seattle Seahawks at the end of Super Bowl XLIX is "totally out of line."
After the Seattle Seahawks were stunned in a goal line interception just as Super Bowl XLIX came to a crashing end, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman found New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on the field and extended a handshake.
In Defense Of Super Bowl 49’s Deciding Play Today on The Tuck And O’Neill Show Jerry’s using nursery rhymes to get a reaction out of Mike in a continuation of their conversation on the defense of Super Bowl 49’s
Well, that's one way to take your Super Bowl anger out.
Let’s not forget that before Russell Wilson started his captain role as a quarterback, his professional athletic career started on a baseball field. Wilson was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 41st round of the 2007 MLB June
Arizona Cardinals linebacker Larry Foote is concerned that kids may be getting the wrong message from Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch
A Super Bowl Shutdown on SNL For the second week in a row, Saturday Night Live has poked fun at the NFL. This week SNL focused on Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman. In the skit the teammates host
Mike Tuck And Jerry O’Neill On The Seahawks Giving The Game Away At The Goal Line Mike and Jerry are on The Tuck And O’Neill Show today debating the goal line strategy from the Seahawks and whether statistics or
Mike Petraglia On Darrelle Revis And The Patriots Future Mike Petraglia of WEEI.com is with Tom Veit to talk about the polarizing Super Bowl win from the Patriots Sunday & their future plans for key players like Darrelle Revis.