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- 12 of the last 13 Super Bowls have been won by the team wearing white jerseys. The Patriots will be wearing their white kit in Super Bowl LII.
- Tom Brady has won more Super Bowls than any other quarterback in history.
- The US Bank Stadium’s Wi-Fi bandwidth has been expanded to provide internet connectivity to all seventy thousand fans in the stadium for Super Bowl 52.
- Tom Brady has never had a season under the .500 mark.
- The Philadelphia Eagles are the only NFC East team not to have won a Super Bowl.
- There are only four NFL teams that have won as many games in the playoffs as Tom Brady.
- Even though the Patriots will be the designated home team in Super Bowl 52, they will be donning their white away jerseys.
- If the Patriots win Super Bowl 52, it will be their thirty fifth postseason victory which will make them the second most successful team in NFL history in terms of playoffs wins. The Steelers top the list with thirty six postseason triumphs.
- The Eagles scored thirty eight points in their NFC Championship game against the Vikings. The team from Minnesota had not conceded more than thirty one points during the entire season before that game.
- Tom Brady, 40, will be the oldest player to take the field in Super Bowl LII.
- Donnie Jones is the longest serving player on the Eagles roster. Tom Brady had already won two Super Bowls before Jones’ rookie campaign of 2004.
- Since October 1, 2017, the Eagles have allowed only sixteen points per game. The Patriots have conceded only fourteen points per game in the same time period.
- NBC will use twenty Pylon Cameras during Super Bowl 52.
- Bill Belichick has coached in an incredible twenty one percent of all Super Bowls played till now. This includes Super Bowl 52.
- The Eagles recorded twenty seven first downs in their championship game against the Vikings. This is a franchise record for the Eagles in the postseason.
- Minneapolis has the distinction of being the northernmost US city to host a Super Bowl.
- Tom Brady played in the AFC Championship game against the Jaguars with twelve stitches in his hand.
- The video board at the US Bank Stadium is around thirteen times bigger than the one that used to be at the Metrodome.
- The highest point of the US Bank Stadium is approximately as high as thirteen stories.
- The US Bank Stadium can host more events than any large stadium in the entire world.
- If the New England Patriots win Super Bowl 52, they will become the only team to win three Super Bowls in four seasons, twice.
- When Justin Timberlake last performed at the Super Bowl halftime show, the Patriots won the game.
- This will be New England Patriots eighth Super Bowl in seventeen years.
- Chuck Bednarik is the Eagles player with the most Pro Bowl appearances in the franchise’s history.
- The city of Minneapolis will be hosting the Super Bowl for the first time in twenty six years.
- The last time the New England Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four years, they beat the Eagles to do that. They are up against the Eagles once again and they are going for their third Super Bowl in four seasons too.
- The Patriots have won all three of their last playoff encounters by a double digit margin in which they were trailing.
- If the Patriots win Super Bowl 52, Tom Brady will become the first quarterback in history to lead the league in passing yards and win the Super Bowl.
- Tom Brady will be playing in his eighth Super Bowl which is a record for a QB.
- Between 2003 and 2012, the Patriots amassed one hundred and twenty six wins, the most by any NFL side in a ten year period.
- If the Patriots win Super Bowl 52, they will become the third side in history to win three Super Bowls in four years.
- Since the arrival of Brady and Belichick, the Pats have lost only two of the seven Super Bowls they have played in. They lost to the Giants on both occasions.
- Since the year 2003, only four QBs have been able to win the AFC title. Brady is on the list with seven wins to his name.
- Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have appeared in more Super Bowls than twenty eight NFL teams.
- LeGarrette Blount and Chris Long, members of the Eagles franchise, won Super Bowl with the Patriots last year.
- If the Patriots win Super Bowl 52, they will become the first team since 2003-2004 to win back to back Super Bowl titles. The Pats were the last team to achieve that feat.
- The Pats and the Eagles were the top seeds from their respective conferences.
- Super Bowl 52 marks the fourth time in the last five years that the top two seeds from the AFC and the NFC will be competing in the Super Bowl.
- The Philadelphia Eagles have sold-out every game going all the way back to the 1999 campaign.
- The Patriots have not recorded a single losing season since the year 2001.
- The New England Patriots will be playing in their tenth Super Bowl.
- The Patriots’ ten Super Bowl appearances are the most by any team in NFL history.
- The Patriots and the Eagles met in Super Bowl 39 as well. The Pats won that clash 24-21.
- The Pats have lost just three of their twenty one postseason games at the Gillette Stadium since Brady and Belichick teamed up.
- If the Pats win Super Bowl 52, they will go level with the Steelers at the top of the list of teams with most Super Bowl wins.
- If the Minnesota Vikings make it to the Super Bowl this year, they will become the first ever NFL team to play in the Super Bowl at home.
- Minneapolis will be hosting the Super Bowl for only the second time in its history.
- Super Bowl LII will be the sixth Super Bowl to be played in a cold weather city.
- Justin Timberlake will headline the Super Bowl halftime show for the first time since the year 2004.
- If the New England Patriots make it to Super Bowl 52, Bill Belichick will become the first NFL head coach in history to make seven Super Bowl appearances.
- The Atlanta Falcons will play the New England Patriots on February 5. The Atlanta Falcons are yet to win any Super Bowl.
- With Atlanta’s trip to the Super Bowl LI, the NFC South has become the only division in the league to have sent every team from its division to the big game since 2002.
- Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady will make his seventh appearance in the Super Bowl 51 which will give him the NFL record for the most Super Bowl appearances by any player.
- The NFL took a break from Roman numerals for Super Bowl 50 but now they are back with the tradition, therefore Super Bowl 51 will be referred to as the Super Bowl LI.
- Billy O’Reilly will travel to the White House to interview President Donald Trump during the Super Bowl 2017 Pregame show on FOX.
- San Francisco’s Super Bowl City downtown attracted more than 1.1 million people before the main event of Super Bowl 50. The Houston festival is expected to draw in even bigger crowd because of a larger city population, which is why plans to accommodate more people are being made.
- From January 28 till February 5 all the streets around the George R. Brown Convention Center and Discovery Green Park will remain closed to make room for Super Bowl Live. This free week-long fan-festival is organized by the host committee.
- Final Countdown Clock for Super Bowl LI has been launched at the Discovery Green Park.
- Final Countdown Clock for Super Bowl LI is a 15-foot football with the Super Bowl logo and number of days left for the event displayed on it.
- Three other clocks are placed across town at the NRG Stadium, the Bush Intercontinental Airport and the Hobby Airport.
- The Toyota brand is sitting out the Super Bowl for the first time since 2011.
- As Super Bowl 51 is approaching, a lot of money is being spent in improvements estimated to be more than $3M already.
- The 10-day Super Bowl Live festival will be held at Downtown Houston at the Houston’s Discovery Green Park.
- Discovery Green Park where the Super Bowl LIVE fan festival is being held is expected to host to over 1 million football fans.
- Super Bowl Live fan festival will kick off from January 27 and will continue till the big day when the Super Bowl LI takes place at the NRG stadium on February 5th.
- Lady Gaga will be performing for the second time on the Super Bowl stage. The first time was at Super Bowl 50, last February, when she sang the National Anthem.
- The Super Bowl LI halftime show is being sponsored by Pepsi Zero Sugar which will be Pepsi’s fifth year as the title sponsor.
- Super Bowl LI also marks Pepsi’s 15 years as an NFL partner.
- Super Bowl LI and Halftime Show will be broadcasted by FOX Sports from NRG Stadium in Houston.
- Bud Light is offering a chance to win Super Bowl tickets for life. Any fan who finds the new Bud Light Gold Super Bowl LI Can will get a lifetime supply of Super Bowl tickets.
- Super Bowl LI will be the third Super Bowl to be held in Houston. Previous Super Bowls included Super Bowl VIII (1974) and Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004).
- The NFL announced in 2012 that the Reliant Stadium would host Super Bowl LI. Reliant Stadium was renamed as the NRG Stadium in 2014.
- English sensation Adele was considered to perform at the Half-Time Show for Super Bowl LI. In the end, pop superstar Lady Gaga was chosen to headline the Half-Time Show.
- The mascot for this year’s Super Bowl is TD. TD wears the number 51 on his jersey to represent Super Bowl LI.
- Despite being the 51st Super Bowl, this is actually the 47th modern era NFL Championship game.
- Tom Brady is the first quarterback to play in six Super Bowls.
- Tom Brady will become the first quarterback to feature in six Super Bowls. He had previously been tied at five with John Elway.
- The average age of The Super Bowl viewer in 2014 was calculated to be 43.7, a slight increase from 2013 which was 43.5. (Nielsen)
- The Seahawks' fans have made the Guinness World Record two times for making the loudest crowd noise at a sporting event.
- Renée Fleming was the first-ever opera singer in Super Bowl history to sing the national anthem.
- Seahawks owner Paul Allen has gone 43 combined seasons as an owner without a championship.
- During Super Bowl XLVIII the Seahawks set a Super Bowl record by taking only five seconds to score.
- The Seahawks set a record in Super Bowl XLVIII for leading their opposition for 58 minutes and 53 seconds of the game.
- San Francisco scored 55 points at the Super Bowl XXIV, most by a team in a single Super Bowl game.
- Baltimore Ravens are the only team in history to have a perfect record in multiple SB appearances.
- Only seven teams in history have managed to win the Super Bowl twice in a row.
- The Buffalo Bills appeared in a record four consecutive Super Bowls from 1991 to 1994.
- Joe Montana is the only player to have been named Super Bowl MVP three times.
- Ray Lewis had to wait twelve seasons to win his second Super Bowl. That’s the longest wait for any player. He won Super Bowl XXXV and XLVII.
- The Denver Broncos have lost the Super Bowl 5 times, the most in history.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the highest number of Super Bowls in history with six.
- The Buffalo Bills have recorded the highest number of turnovers in a game in the history of the Super Bowl, losing it nine times.
- Kurt Warner of the St. Louis Rams has recorded the most passing yards in a Super Bowl game with 414.
- Jerry Rice holds the record for most receptions in Super Bowl history. He received 33 passes.
- Three players have scored touchdowns in the Super Bowl for more than one team. These are Jerry Rice, Ricky Proehl and Mushin Muhammad.
- Tom Brady holds the Super Bowl record for most completions. He completed 127 passes in 5 Super Bowl games.
- John Elway is the oldest person in history to start a Super Bowl game.
- The coldest Super Bowl to date was held in New Orleans in 1972 with the temperature at 39 F at the time of kick-off.
- The first ever Super Bowl was won by the Green Bay Packers.
- The only teams to have never appeared in the Super Bowl are the Browns, the Lions, Jaguars and the Texans.
- During the 1980s and 1990s, NFC teams won sixteen out of twenty Super Bowls.
- Four SB games have been played on January 26, making it the date to have hosted the most games.
- Jacoby Jones has gained the most yards in one Super Bowl game with 290.
- Roger Staubach has had a record five fumbles over his four Super Bowl appearances.
- Joe Montana has the highest passing rate in the Super Bowl with 127.83 in 40 attempts.
- The Miami Area and New Orleans have hosted the most SBs, with each area hosting ten SBs.
- Jerry Rice has scored the highest number of touchdowns in his career in the SB with eight in total.
- The SB ranks third in most watched sports events in the world after the UEFA Champions League final and Spain’s El Classico.
- The Minnesota Vikings have appeared four times in the Super Bowl without registering a win.
- Nine teams have appeared in the SB without a win.
- Mike Lodish has appeared in the SBs games a record six times to date.
- In the early days of the SB, college marching bands would perform at the half time show.
- Bruno Mars’ half time show in the 2014 Super Bowl set the record for most watched half time show in history, with 115.3 million viewers tuning in.
- Ray Lewis has the record for the longest time taken between winning two SuperBowls with twelve years seperating his two victories.
- Ken Norton has won the most number of consecutive Super Bowls in history winning three in a row.
- Lamar Hunt jokingly coined the name “Super Bowl,” which was then picked up by the media and became the game’s official name.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers have won the most number of Super Bowls. They have six titles to their name.
- Charles Haley set the record for winning the highest number of Super Bowls in his career, winning five to date.
- Joe Montana has won the MVP award a record three times at the SB.
- Kansas City was initially slated to host this year’s Super Bowl, but after two sales taxes failed to pass, the event was awarded to Glendale.
- No team has ever played the Super Bowl in their home stadium.
- Fans of “Weird Al” Yankovic petitioned hard to have him perform at the Super Bowl half time show this year. But they failed to convince the league.
- This will be the second time that the University of Phoenix Stadium hosts the SB.
Rihanna, Coldplay and Katy Perry were possible candidates for the Super Bowl’s half time show. Katy Perry was eventually handed the slot.
Every year begins with a murmur of Super bowl and the excitement ebbs away at the end of year only to revive with the beginning of the next. In simple words, Super bowl fever never dies; it keeps rising and falling admittedly, making the fans a perpetual patient. Super bowl is endemic, it has engulfed and plagued the entire US since its time of onset and fortunately or unfortunately there is no vaccine formulated against it yet. The immunity gives in and everyone is affected; young and old.
BIGGEST GAME OF THE YEAR
Super Bowl is a championship game held annually between the two best teams from the American Football League and the National Football league. It takes place once the NFL regular season and the postseason end and there are only two teams left. Each game is denoted by a Roman numeral, but this time things will be different. The upcoming Super Bowl will be showcased as Super Bowl 50 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the biggest football game of the year.
THE SUPER BOWL HAS A SPECIAL HISTORY
Super Bowl has its own norms and its own ethos. It is a game unlike any other. Super Bowl began as a result of a merger between the NFL and the AFL and it was named The Big One in the beginning. Very few people know that the name was light-heartedly coined by one of the AFL founders - Lamar Hunt. The title was to be a stop-gap arrangement but it had a magical effect and within no time it rose in popularity to overshadow every sporting spectacle in the country.
THE SUPER BOWL IS HUGE
All that is said about the Super Bowl is dwarfed by the monstrosity of the game itself. For starters, it is the most popular and the highest level of professional American football. It enjoys huge viewership and the country comes to a standstill when the game of the champions takes place.
Understandably enough, the popularity of the Super Bowl has taken the entire event to a whole new level. Apart from the game itself, there are a lot of other things for the fans to enjoy. With pre-game concerts, its epic half-time show and a variety of events starting with and accompanying the matches, it is a big magnet that pulls hordes of people from all over the US every year.
Due to its incredible viewership numbers, special commercials are fashioned and broadcasted by some of the biggest companies in the world. We need not add the obvious here that the Super Bowl Day is a national holiday; it is the time where everyone is tucked snugly in their sofas with their eyes glued to the TV. However nothing beats being in the stadium itself, shouting at the top of your lungs along with your friends. There is a reason why Super Bowl tickets are such highly sought after commodities every year.
Super Bowl LII
The stage is now set for Super Bowl LII to take center stage once again. Two of the best sides in the NFL will collide in the league’s showpiece game to crown the new champions. Last season, it was the turn of the New England Patriots to win the biggest prize in the sport. The Pats had to do it the hard way though against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Pats were down 21-3 at the halfway point of the game. The Falcons’ lead then increased to 28-3 during the third quarter. It certainly looked as though the Patriots were done and dusted for the day but no one gave that memo to them. The Pats stormed back to score 25 points without reply to tie the game 28-28 with just fifty seven seconds left on the clock.
It was all set up for a grandstand finish in OT and in the end, the Patriots came out on top 34-28. Their 25 point comeback remains the biggest deficit any side has ever overcome in Super Bowl’s history. Super Bowl LI also has the distinction of being the only Super Bowl in history to have gone into overtime.
The Wild Card Round
Thoughts turned to the postseason as soon as the NFL regular season ended. The New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers received first round byes in the AFC. In the NFC, the first round byes were earned by the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings.
First up in the postseason were the Wild Card games. Four games were played in the wild card round. In the AFC, the Tennessee Titans beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-21 while the Jacksonville Jaguars came out on top against the Buffalo Bills 10-3. In the NFC, the Atlanta Falcons downed the Los Angeles Rams 26-13 whereas the New Orleans Saints beat the Carolina Panthers by a 31-26 score.
The Divisional Round
The NFL Divisional Round delivered some cracking games as well. At the AFC side of the bracket, the first game took place between the New England Patriots and the Tennessee Titans. The Pats recorded a routine 35-14 win to make it to the AFC Championship Game once again. In the second encounter it was the turn of the Jacksonville Jaguars to take on the Pittsburg Steelers. The Jags were being tipped as the underdogs going into the clash but they upset the odds in stunning fashion to record a 45-42 win. Up next for the Vikings are the Pats win the AFC Championship clash.
At the NFC side of the bracket, the Philadelphia Eagles squared off against last season’s Super Bowl finalists, the Atlanta Falcons. In a low scoring clash, the Eagles triumphed 15-10 to advance to the NFC Championship Game. In the other NFC divisional playoff clash, the Minnesota Vikings faced off against the New Orleans Saints. It turned out to be one of the most epic games in NFL postseason history. With just ten seconds left on the clock, the Vikings’ Case Keenum delivered a 61 yard pass to Stefon Diggs to score the game winning touchdown. It will be the Philadelphia Eagles taking on the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game.
AFC and NFC Championship Games
The AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Jacksonville Jaguars turned out to be a very close game. The Pats were the overwhelming favorites to advance to Super Bowl 52 and they did but it was far from a straightforward win. The Jaguars were up for it and they pushed the Pats all the way. In the end Tom Brady and Co just had a bit too much firepower and won the clash 24-20 to make it to their second straight Super Bowl.
In the NFC side of things, it was expected to be a close clash but it did not turn out like that. The Philadelphia Eagles trounced the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 to qualify for Super Bowl 52. For the Eagles, it was the Nick Foles show and his epic performance put the Eagles within touching distance of winning the biggest prize in the sport.
The Super Bowl LII Venue-The U.S. Bank Stadium
Super Bowl LII will take place at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the home of the Minnesota Vikings on February 4, 2018. The stadium will be hosting its first Super Bowl but it will be the second time that Minneapolis will be hosting the biggest game of the year. The city last played host to Super Bowl XXXVI between the Redskins and the Bills. The former won 37-24, with that game being played at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on January 26, 1992. Super Bowl LII will also mark the sixth occasion that the game will be hosted by a cold weather city.
SUPER BOWL 51
For only the third time in history and for the first time since 2004, the Super Bowl will make its way to Houston. Will the Broncos be able to defend the title they won last year or will a new champion be crowned this time around at the NRG Stadium? The questions will be answered soon. You can be a part of the big game too by grabbing your Super Bowl 51 tickets.
The NRG Stadium: An Epic Venue
Super Bowl LI will take place at the NRG Stadium this time around and it will be another special occasion. The NRG Stadium also has the distinction of being the first arena in the NFL to have a retractable roof. The last time, the stadium hosted the Super Bowl was in 2004 when the New England Patriots took on the Carolina Panthers. The former came out on top by a score of 32-29 in what is widely considered to be one of the greatest and most thrilling Super Bowls in history.
The time for the NRG Stadium to play host to Super Bowl 51 is fast approaching and you can feel the excitement in the air. There is plenty at stake for quite a few sides this season and this is your chance to grab your Super Bowl 2017 tickets and watch history being made right in front of your eyes.
What are the Super Bowl 2017 teams?
The playoffs have just started so we are still quite far away from determining the two Super Bowl 2017 teams that will take to the field to headline Super Bowl LI. We will get the results of the AFC and NFC Championship games on January 22 and that is when we will find out who will headline the Super Bowl at the NRG Stadium.
The NFL regular season ended and the playoffs began with four teams, the New England Patriots, the Kansas City Chiefs, the Atlanta Falcons and the Dallas Cowboys earning a first round bye. The other eight sides squared off in four wild card games to determine who will make it to the divisional playoffs.
In the wild card round the Houston Texans beat the Oakland Raiders 27-14 while the Steelers overcame the Dolphins 30-12 in the AFC side of the bracket. On the NFC side, the Seattle Seahawks beat the Detroit Lions 26-6 whereas the Green Bay Packers overcame the New York Giants 38-13.
AFC will see the Houston Texans take on the New England Patriots while the Pittsburgh Steelers will square off against the Kansas City Chiefs to decide which two teams will headline the AFC Championship Game. The NFC will see the Seattle Seahawks going up against the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers taking on the Dallas Cowboys. The winners of the two encounters will fight for the NFC Championship title.
What is the Super Bowl 2017 Date?
The Super Bowl 2017 or Super Bowl LI will be held at the NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017.
AFC and NFC Championship Games
In the AFC Championship game, the New England Patriots went head to head with the Pittsburgh Steelers in what quite a few people expected to be a close game. But the Pats proved that wrong by beating the Steelers 36-17 to make it to the Super Bowl LI.
In the NFC Championship game, it was the turn of the Atlanta Falcons and the Green Bay Packers to faceoff. The Falcons came out on top in that game by 44-21 to qualify for the Super Bowl for the first time in eighteen years.
The stage is now set for the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons to fight for the biggest prize in the sport. In case of a Pats victory, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will get their fifth Super Bowl rings to establish a new record. On the other hand, the Falcons have the chance to win their first ever Super Bowl. History will be made either way.
THE GOLDEN SUPER BOWL: SUPER BOWL 50
Now it’s time for Super Bowl 50. The fiftieth edition of this colossal event is just around the corner and for the first time since 1985, the San Francisco Bay Area will play host to NFL’s biggest game.
The Levi's Stadium
The stunning Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49ers is where the Super Bowl 50 will take place. The 2015 Sports Facility of the Year (Sports Business Journal) and the 2015 Venue of the Year (The Stadium Business Awards) is a perfect venue for such a high profile event. It has already played host to WWE’s WrestleMania 31 and to concerts by the likes of the Grateful Dead, One Direction, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Kenney Chesney and the Pac-12 Championship Game among others to solidify its status as one of the most famous and sought after arenas in the country. Now the biggest Super Bowl of them all is set to take centre stage there.
SUPER BOWL XLIX- A CLASH FOR THE AGES
The last edition of the biggest game of the season, the Super Bowl XLIX took place at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. One of the most technologically advanced stadiums in the country, the venue has a retractable roof and a roll in natural grass feature. That was the second time, the showpiece encounter took place there and fans bought Super Bowl 2015 tickets in big numbers.
Super Bowl XLIX saw the defending champions, the Seattle Seahawks take on the New England Patriots in what a lot of people predicted will be a clash for the ages and so it proved. It turned out to be a very close game that showcased all that is so great about the NFL.
Road to Super Bowl XLIX- Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks went head to head against the formidable, Green Bay Packers in an exciting NFC Championship Game at the CenturyLink Field. It turned out to be a pulsating encounter as the Seahawks managed to turn around a 16 points halftime deficit to record a 22-28 win in the end. Their comeback from a sixteen point handicap set a new championship game record. The current NFL champions will now take on the New England Patriots, who routed the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game, in Super Bowl XLIX.
The Seahawks started the season under immense pressure as the holders of the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Their form was a little erratic throughout but they still ended the regular season with eleven wins and five losses. They took on the Carolina Panthers in the divisional round and ended up winning 31-17 to earn the right to face the Packers in the NFC Championship Game.
Road to Super Bowl XLIX-New England Patriots
The New England Patriots faced off against two time Super Bowl champions, the Indianapolis Colts, in what promised to be a thrilling AFC Championship Game. However, the Pats dominated the encounter from start to finish and recorded a resounding 45-7 victory over their conference rivals. With the Seattle Seahawks beating the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game, the New England Patriots booked their ticket to face the current champions in Super Bowl XLIX. The Patriots did not make the best of starts to their season and went through some erratic performances before they finally hit their stride. They lost their very first game of the season against the Miami Dolphins but followed that up with two consecutive wins before losing the fourth game as well. That prompted some changes in tactics and that led to a seven game unbeaten run that ended when they lost to the Packers, the same side that the Seahawks beat to advance to the Super Bowl. The Patriots eventually finished the season with twelve wins and four losses, posting one of the best records in the NFL and made it to the playoffs to face the Baltimore Ravens. They managed to beat the Ravens 35-31 in a very close game to advance to the conference championship and eventually to Super Bowl XLIX.
The irresistible force vs the immovable object
Super Bowl XLIX saw one of the best offenses in the league take on one of its best defences. That resulted in an encounter that will go down in history as one of the greatest Super Bowls of all time. The New England Patriots went in at halftime with the score tied at 14-14 but by the end of the third quarter the Seahawks were leading by 10 points. The Pats however stormed back to lead 28-24 with around two minutes remaining.
The Seahawks went for it and drove straight to the Pats’ 1-yard line with the clock showing 26 seconds remaining in the game. The team from Seattle took a gamble and went for an adventurous play that backfired. Russell Wilson’s throw was intercepted by the Pats’ Malcolm Butler to win the Super Bowl for his team.
It was one of the closest Super Bowls in history but the Golden Super Bowl promises to surpass them all. Super Bowl 50 will be a special event and there is a lot of excitement for the game already. Once the game rolls into town, that thrill will go up by quite a few notches. The Super Bowl has always dominated plenty of airtime and column inches over the years and that will be the case this time around as well. Saddle up and get ready for a Super Bowl that will live long in the memory.
AFC and NFC Championship Games
After a cracking NFL Divisional playoff round, there are now only four teams left standing. Two of these sides will book their tickets to Super Bowl 50 at the Levi’s Stadium. The New England Patriots will take on the Denver Broncos in the AFL Championship Game and the NFC Championship Game will see the Arizona Cardinals go head to head with the Carolina Panthers.
The current holders of the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the Patriots overcame the Chiefs while the Broncos beat the Steelers. On the NFC side, the Cardinals overcame the Packers whereas the Panthers came out on top against the Seahawks. Plenty of column inches have been spent dissecting the divisional playoff round and now the focus has shifted to the AFC and NFC Championship Games. So if you are a football fan, then hold on to your seats because these four sides will give everything they have got to rubberstamp their presence at the biggest Super Bowl in history, the Super Bowl 50.
Super Bowl 50: Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers
A date with destiny beckons for the both the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers. The two sides collide on the biggest stage in football, the Super Bowl, at the Levi’s Stadium in just two weeks time.
The Broncos overcame the current NFL champions, the New England Patriots 20-18 in what turned out to be a humdinger of a clash. This will be the Broncos’ second appearance in the Super Bowl in the last three seasons. They came up short against the Seahawks at Super Bowl XLVIII and this is their shot at redemption. The two time Super Bowl Champions will be out to increase that count to three and they have the talent to pull it off too.
Next Super Bowl Locations
The host venues for the Super Bowl, all the way till 2021, have been confirmed by the NFL. After the NRG Stadium, the Super Bowl will move to the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for the 2018 edition. The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta will host the Big Game in 2019, followed by the Hard Rock Stadium in the Miami Gardens, Florida in 2020. The 2021 Super Bowl or Super Bowl LV will take place at the City of Champions Stadium in Inglewood, California.
Super Bowl Tickets Prices
The Super Bowl LII will be held at the U.S. Bank Stadium this year and like always expectations are rising as the big game gets closer. Everyone is looking forward to seeing what this year’s game has in store and that excitement is being reflected in the Super Bowl LII tickets prices as well. The average ticket price for Super Bowl LII stands at $6,917. The minimum get in price for the game at the U.S. Bank Stadium is $3,739. These prices can of course change as the Super Bowl gets near but these are the prices as things stand right now. Excitement just keeps building for the Super Bowl 52, scheduled for February 4, 2018, at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||
Get In Price
|Super Bowl LII||Minneapolis||4-Feb-18||$6917||$3739|
|Super Bowl LII - Packages & Hospitality||Minneapolis||5-Feb-18||$6080||$750|
|NFL Super Bowl Tailgate Party||Minneapolis||4-Feb-18||$2298||$2150|
|Super Bowl Opening Night||Saint Paul||29-Jan-18||$82||$36|
|Super Bowl Experience||Minneapolis||30-Jan-18||$38||$29|
|Super Bowl Experience||Minneapolis||31-Jan-18||$37||$29|
|Super Bowl Experience||Minneapolis||1-Feb-18||$36||$29|
|19th Annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration||Saint Paul||1-Feb-18||$90||$73|
|Super Bowl Experience||Minneapolis||2-Feb-18||$36||$29|
|Rolling Stone Magazine Super Bowl Party||Minneapolis||2-Feb-18||$3,076||$602|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
NEWS AND UPDATES SUPER BOWL 52
Tom Brady is taking it one step at a time
Tom Brady is about to play in his eighth Super Bowl and it does not look like he has plans to stop playing anytime soon. The legendary Patriots QB is now forty years old but he is playing the best football of his storied career. At the Super Bowl LII Opening Night this is what he had to say:
”Well, I never want to be a detriment to the team. So I think for me, as long as I'm playing at a high level and I make the commitment to take care of myself year-round, I'll continue to play. So I don't know, things change quickly. Anything can happen, but obviously I want to keep playing. I love playing. I just love playing for the Patriots.”
The New England Patriots have landed in Minneapolis
The reigning Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots have touched down in Minneapolis. The Patriots will be taking on the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52 at the US Bank Stadium and they are once again the favorites to lift the Lombardi Trophy. If they win the Super Bowl, they will become the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowls since they themselves achieved the feat by winning Super Bowls XXXVIII and XXXIX. It certainly will not be easy because they will be up against a formidable Eagles side.
Eric Rowe holds no grudges towards the Eagles
Eric Rowe was traded by the Eagles to the Patriots in September of 2016 and he has done very well since moving to Boston. Not only did he win the Super Bowl in his first season with the Pats but now he is just one game away from clinching back-to-back Lombardi Trophies. While he was traded by the Eagles, he does not hold any grudge towards his former team. At the Super Bowl Media Day this is what he had to say about the prospect of facing his former team:
“I don't have any hard feelings, personal feelings like a grudge toward the Eagles. I think it's cool to compete against them, obviously at the highest level.”
The Eagles Beat the Vikings
The Philadelphia Eagles delivered a very dominant performance in the NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings to rubberstamp their presence in Super Bowl 52. Nick Foles was the star of the show as the Eagles trounced the Vikings 38-7. The Eagles will be headlining their first Super Bowl since the year 2005 and their performance in the championship game sums up the kind of season they have had. They are now just one win away from winning their first ever Super Bowl. Standing in their way are however the reigning holders of the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the New England Patriots.
The Patriots Overcome the Jaguars
The New England Patriots rallied back to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 in the AFC Championship game. That means they will get the chance to defend their Super Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles. With just three minutes to go in the game, the Pats were in trouble. But then Tom Brady did what Tom Brady has done multiple times over his legendary career. He kept on moving the Patriots with his passing and with less than three minutes left in the clash, he helped them take the lead that they would not surrender.
Leslie Odom, Jr will sing America The Beautiful at Super Bowl 52
Super Bowl 52 is now just around the corner and excitement for the big game is increasing with every day that goes by. Now it has been announced that Leslie Odom, Jr will sing America Is Beautiful at Super Bowl 52. Odom shot to prominence as the original cast member of the smash-hit musical “Hamilton.” The fact that he will be performing at the U.S. Bank Stadium is another feather in the cap for this extremely talented star. Odom will join Justin Timberlake, who is scheduled to headline the halftime show, and Pink, who will sing the national anthem.
A 99 year old Vikings Super fan is going to the Super Bowl
The Minnesota Vikings are in the NFC Championship Game thanks to their miraculous win against the Saints. Now, a Vikings fan, who was at the game, will watch Super Bowl 52 live at the stadium. The 99 year old Millie Wall has supported the franchise since the very beginning but she had not been to any of the Vikings’ postseason games before. She bucked the trend on Sunday and the Vikings won in one of the most thrilling games in NFL history. Roger Goodell, the NFL Commissioner, is now giving her free tickets to watch the Super Bowl which will be held at the home of the Vikings, the U.S. Bank Stadium.
Vikings Topple the Saints in a Pulsating Clash
The Minnesota Vikings have beaten the New Orleans Saints 29-24 in an absolutely pulsating game of football. The Vikings looked dead and buried but out of nowhere came Case Keenum and delivered a miracle. There were just ten seconds left on the clock and the Vikings had no timeouts either. As the last roll of the dice, Keenum threw the ball sixty one yards to Stefon Diggs who scored the game winning touchdown to put the Vikings within one game of becoming the first NFL side in history to play in the Super Bowl at home.
The Jaguars Upset the Steelers
The Jacksonville Jaguars just keep on going. They have now beaten the Pittsburgh Steelers 45-42 to set up a clash with the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship. The Steelers were the favorites heading into the clash at the Heinz Field but the Jaguars managed to hold them off. The Jags flew out of the blocks and were leading 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter saw both sides score 14 pts each. The Steelers then outscored the Jags 7-0 in the third quarter 21-17 in the fourth quarter. That still was not enough to beat the Jags who held on to rubberstamp their presence in the AFC Championship game.
The Eagles Down the Falcons
The Philadelphia Eagles have downed the Atlanta Falcons in a low scoring game 15-10 to qualify for the NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Eagles have missed the playoffs in each of the last three seasons but they have made it count this year. The Falcons were looking to make it to the Super Bowl for the second time in as many years after coming agonizingly close to winning the biggest title in the sport last time around. The Eagles were having none of it and in front of their passionate home crowd at the Lincoln Financial Field delivered a solid performance to earn the right to headline the NFC Championship encounter.
The Patriots Destroy the Titans
Any team that wants to win the Super Bowl this year will have to go through the New England Patriots juggernaut. The Pats showed why they are the team to beat in the NFL by destroying the Tennessee Titans 35-14 in the divisional round at the Gillette Stadium. Brady was once again right in the middle of everything that was so good about the Pats in the game. He passed for three touchdowns and 337 yards to set up a routine victory. He also became the only player in NFL history to record at least three touchdowns in ten postseason career games.
Justin Timberlake is going to perform at the Super Bowl haltime Show?
Is Justin Timberlake going to perform at the Super Bowl 52 halftime show? The answer to the question is yes if the reports are to be believed. This will be the first time in fourteen years that he will perform at the biggest game in North American sports. The last time he stepped on the stage for the Super Bowl halftime show was at Super Bowl XXXVIII. According to the reports coming from US Weekly, Timberlake will be headlining the event on his own. Super Bowl 52 is all set to take place on February 4, 2018 at the U.S. Bank Stadium.
Super Bowl LV to be moved out of Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams made an announcement last week that the completion of their brand new under construction stadium will be delayed by a year. The two teams will be sharing the venue but instead of opening in 2019, it will now be operational in the summer of 2020.
The reason for that is the unprecedented rainfall in the area. The stadium was also the venue of Super Bowl LV but now the owners of all the NFL teams have voted for it to be moved to Tampa Bay. The league’s rules do not allow a stadium to host the Super Bowl in its first season and so now Super Bowl in 2021 will take place in Tampa Bay.
George and Barbara Bush to flip the coin at Super Bowl
On Wednesday Roger Goodell, the commissioner of the NFL delivered his annual state of the league address. While he said a lot of things, there was one particular announcement that is making headlines right now. Goodell announced that the former President of the United States George H.W. Bush, along with his wife, Barbara Bush will flip the coin at Super Bowl LI.
The former president who is now ninety two years old has just returned from the hospital after being treated for pneumonia. He is a regular visitor to the NRG Stadium, the venue of the Super Bowl, where he watches the Houston Texans play.
Lady Gaga talks about her Super Bowl LI Performance
And so Lady Gaga has finally broken her silence on the rumors surrounding her upcoming Super Bowl LI performance. She has kind of confirmed that she will indeed perform at the NRG Stadium suspended from the stadium’s roof. The interesting thing is that it wasn’t even Gaga’s idea to do that. The idea came from her sister Natali Germanotta.
This is however as far as Lady Gaga would go in terms of giving out details about the performance. So all we know is that she will perform from the roof of the NRG Stadium and it will be a performance to remember.
NFL Rejects Super Bowl ad
GNC was to air its first ever advertisement in the Super Bowl this year but the plan has been scraped by the NFL. The company made a half a minute long commercial that was to be run in Super Bowl’s first quarter but the NFL has now rejected the ad.
There is nothing controversial about the commercial in itself, it is just that GNC is one of the “prohibited companies” as per a memo issued by the players union and the NFL. This is because it has been alleged that the organization deals in substances that are banned by the NFL.
The Falcons are in Houston
The Atlanta Falcons have had a season to remember, that goes without saying. They are in the Super Bowl for the first time in eighteen seasons and now the Falcons are in Houston. Yes, you heard that right, the Atlanta Falcons have safely landed in Houston, a day earlier than their opponents, the New England Patriots.
The Falcons are in good spirits. This is their chance to make history by winning their first ever Super Bowl. The Super Bowl LI is expected to be one for the ages and the Atlanta Falcons will be hoping to end up on the right side of the result come the end of it.
Hannah Storm is coming home
Super Bowl LI will be a special occasion for a lot of people for all sorts of different reasons. Among that group is Hannah Storm, the ESPN anchor as the trip to Houston will be a kind of a homecoming for her.
Houston is the city that really got her career as a sportscaster off and running. She will also get to meet her family there. Apart from being ESPN’s host on Monday night and for “SportsCenter,” Storm will also get to celebrate her mother’s birthday with her.
It certainly will be a busy few days for Hannah Storm.
No Super Bowl at the Georgia Dome
The Atlanta Falcons have made it to the Super Bowl LI and a lot of their fans will travel to the NRG Stadium for the Big Game to watch their team play live. The ones who will not be able to make it were hoping that they will get to see the game at the Georgia Dome. But it looks like that will not be happening because the NFL rules do not allow that.
This is what the Georgia Dome had to say about it:
"We share your tremendous excitement that the Atlanta Falcons are headed to the Super Bowl. NFL rules prohibit us from using the Georgia Dome for broadcasting the game. Fans wishing to gather with other fans to watch the game can consider patronizing neighborhood businesses who will be showing the game."
Kasim Reed, the mayor of Atlanta is still trying to make it work though, so it will be interesting to see what happens in the coming few days.
Every Falcons Employee is going to the Super Bowl
The Atlanta Falcons have made it to the Super Bowl for the first time in eighteen years. They will be flying in to the NRG Stadium to take on the New England Patriots on February 5th. And they will not be alone there either.
Arthur Blank, the owner of the Atlanta Falcons has now decided to take every employee that works for the franchise to Super Bowl LI. Yes, you heard that right! Everyone who is lucky enough to be working for the Falcons right now will go to watch their team play against the Pats.
Now that’s how you celebrate.
Luke Bryan will sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LI
And it is confirmed: Country music superstar, Luke Bryan will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl LI. The confirmation came via his tweet
“Excited to perform the National Anthem on @NFL's biggest stage #SB51. See y'all in Houston.”
Bryan looks pretty excited as he joins an elite group of stars to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. The “Kick The Dust Up” and “Play It Again” singer will kick off proceedings at the NRG Stadium on February 5th before the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons take to the field to fight for the most coveted title in the NFL.
Carl Cheffers to referee Super Bowl LI
No official announcement has been made yet but ESPN are reporting that Carl Cheffers will get the nod from the league to officiate Super Bowl LI at the NRG Stadium. This will be the first time that Carl gets to referee the Big Game.
Carl Cheffers joined the NFL as a side judge way back in the year 2000 and began his tenure as a referee in 2008. The last game Carl officiated was the NFL Divisional round playoff encounter between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The NFL hasn’t barred Lady Gaga from talking about Donald Trump
Some reports surfaced that Lady Gaga has been told by the NFL to stay away from politics in general and Donald Trump in particular when she headlines the Super Bowl LI halftime show. ET came up with these reports citing sources close to the halftime show.
Now The New York Times has refuted those reports by quoting Natalie Ravitz, an NFL spokesperson:
“This is unsourced nonsense from people trying to stir up controversy where there is none. Lady Gaga is focused on putting together an amazing show for fans and we love working with her on it; we aren’t going to be distracted by this.”
So there you have it, Lady Gaga has not been barred from talking about Donald Trump so let’s see if she brings it up.
Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime show plan is out
Trust lady Gaga to come up with something outrageous. She is at it again and this time her target is to raise the roof at the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show.
According to reports, Lady Gaga plans on performing on the roof of the NRG Stadium! Yes, you heard that correctly, she plans on doing a part of her halftime show segment on the top of the state-of-the-art roof that the NRG Stadium has. Her plans have her team worried about her safety. But she is adamant that she will go through with this and now every effort is being made to ensure that Gaga’s performance is carried out without a hitch.
The Dallas Cowboys loss has brought a slump in the tickets resale market
The Green Bay Packers defeated one of the favorites for the Super Bowl, the Dallas Cowboys in a pulsating game of football. That result not only changed the entire dynamics of the playoffs but also made a huge impact on the tickets resale market.
The Cowboys looked good to make it to Super Bowl LI which would have been their first appearance in the Big Game in 21 years. The fact that the Super Bowl is being held in Houston also played a part in the tickets prices rising. But as soon as they were knocked out by the Packers, the Super Bowl LI tickets prices in the resale markets slumped.
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Bulletproof Super Bowl Ratings
"The Super Bowl has become a little bit bulletproof.”
These words were said by Eric Shanks the COO and President of Fox Sports in reply to suggestions that the drop in NFL ratings might have a negative impact on Super Bowl LI as well. He also said that it is the teams who make it to the Super Bowl that decide the ratings instead of the game itself. Regardless, it is expected that well over a staggering one hundred million fans will once again tune in to watch the Super Bowl.
Since Fox will be broadcasting the Big Game this year, the pressure is on for the network to deliver and Shanks has admitted as such. But he is confident that Fox will be able to offer a great Super Bowl experience.
Get an autograph from Johnny Manziel at Super Bowl LI
The former Cleveland Browns quarterback and current free agent, Johnny Manziel has always been in the headlines for more reasons than one. Now he is all set to make an appearance at Super Bowl LI, but not as one of the players playing in the Big Game. Manziel will be at the Katy Mills Mall for a special autograph session. The tickets for the session are being sold now and you can get them to meet and have Johnny Manziel write a personalized message for you.
Packers Hot Favorites for Super Bowl Bets in Vegas; Big Money on Pats
As the Super Bowl is approaching it is becoming more evident that The New England Patriots are the top contenders to lift the Lombardi Trophy and that doesn’t come as a surprise. Whenever the stakes are high, they rise to the occasion and deliver. With a 14-2 season, the Pats are heading into the playoffs with high hopes.
The bettors however favor the Green Bay Packers and have been with them all along. The Westgate SuperBook lists the Patriots at 7-5 after the Dallas Cowboys, who is at 7-2. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Packers are among the second tier of Super Bowl favorites with both at 8-1.
The Packers have not had the best season. There have been ups and downs but that has not stopped them from being the favorites of the bettors. They enjoy the most bets placed on their team at various Las Vegas sportsbooks. Green Bay will host the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon in the wild-card game as fans wait excitedly to see how this pans out.
The Packers opened at 10-1 to win Super Bowl LI. The odds went down to 80-1 because of the midseason four-game losing streak. Green Bay picked up at the end of the regular season with six straight wins. Sunday’s 31-24 victory over the Detroit Lions clinched the NFC North division title and a playoff game at Lambeau Field for them. Now they seem more like the 2010 Super Bowl champions who in the end hit their stride at the right time.
While Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have got the most bets, the larger action in terms of money has been on Tom Brady and the Patriots. The team has been enjoying a seven-game winning streak into the postseason. When it comes to most money bet on any team to win Super Bowl at multiple books, New England takes the lead by far.
On William Hill’s odds to win the Super Bowl, The Patriots received 30 percent of the money bet, which includes $40,000 bet at +170 and $30,000 bet at +250, both of which were placed in December. Those bets would net $68,000 and $75,000 respectively, considering Brady leads New England to their fifth Super Bowl title.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons are each 10-1, after the Seattle Seahawks at 12-1 and Giants at 20-1. The Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders are each 80-1, and the Lions, at 100-1, making them the least probable teams to win Super Bowl among the playoff teams at the SuperBook.
Is Gary Kubiak stepping down as Broncos’ coach?
Gary Kubiak will call time on his tenure as the Denver Broncos head coach, this is the news making the headlines right now. Kubiak took over the Broncos two years ago and led them to the Super Bowl title last term. But his family is now concerned about his health.The Broncos went 8-7 this season and failed to make it to the playoffs. The season has been somewhat of a struggle for both the Broncos and Kubiak. There are fears that the stress of football has taken its toll on Kubiak and this might be the right time for him to step down. No official confirmation has yet been made on the issue, so we will have to wait and see how this pans out
Panthers and Broncos Knocked Out of Playoffs Contention
After a historic faceoff at the Super Bowl 50, the defending champs Denver Broncos and the runner-ups Carolina Panthers have missed their chance at a consecutive playoffs run. Both were eliminated in the week 16 and the Broncos had their hopes blown away after being defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs. On the other side, the Panthers were flushed out by the Atlanta Falcons.
The Panthers and Broncos have made it to the NFL’s history books together as it is for the first time since 2003 that the two teams who played in The Big Game the previous year have been eliminated from contention. Earlier it was Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders who met at the Super Bowl 37 in 2002 but missed the playoffs the following year.
The silver lining here is that the Panthers and Broncos still have their respective core going strong and they are already looking to bounce back in the next season.
Derek Carr might still make it to the Super Bowl
Derek Carr broke his fibula in the clash against the Indianapolis Colts and it certainly looked like that was him done for the season. These injuries take a lot of time and a lot of rehab to overcome and so Carr had a race against time that he wasn’t expected to win.
That is until Dr. Robert Klapper entered the fray and said that if the Oakland Raiders go all the way to the Super Bowl, then Carr might even be able to take the field. He is not saying Carr will be back in time for the Super Bowl for sure but he is also not ruling out the possibility entirely. The location of the fracture, according to Dr. Klapper, means that Carr can recover relatively quickly.
Giants’ Increase their Odds to Win Super Bowl LI
As the football season has progressed, the New York Giants (10-4) have gradually improved their odds of winning the Super Bowl LI. Having won eight of their last nine games, the Giants seem to be in a great position to clinch their first playoff berth since the 2011 season.
After their spectacular victory against the Cowboys at the MetLife Stadium, the Giants’ odds have increased to 20/1. The New York Giants are now all set to take on the Philadelphia Eagles at the latter’s home ground, the Lincoln Financial Field.
Catch the upcoming game against the Eagles as it will determine the Giants’ future – whether they are headed to the NRG Stadium, Houston on February 5 or not.
The New England Patriots look good to reach another Super Bowl
The England Patriots beat the current Super Bowl champions, the Denver Broncos 16-3. It was another massive statement from a team that will take some stopping. The Pats, as it has been the case since the turn of the century, are firing on all cylinders once again.
The win against the Broncos also means that the Patriots are now AFC East champions. What makes the Pats so strong is their mindset on focusing on individual stats. It is always about the team. Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have won four Super Bowls each with the Patriots and they look good to reach the Super Bowl once again this year.
New York Giants likely to face a fine for using walkie-talkie
The New York Giants emerged victorious in the Sunday’s game with a 10-7 win over the Dallas Cowboys. But the use of walkie-talkie by their coach Ben McAdoo has garnered much attention.
McAdoo was seen on the sidelines using the walkie-talkie when it was apparent the team was having trouble getting plays in to Eli Manning. As per the rule, coaches do not have permission to use any two-way radios during the game. NFL is likely to fine them but no announcement as such has come forth regarding it.
Sources said that the league is still considering the matter, but no decision on how much it will cost the Giants has been made as yet. It is being said that the punishment will come in the form of monetary fine only and the team is not likely to lose a draft pick for the violation.
It is noteworthy to mention here that back in 2014 Cleveland Browns lost a draft pick for in-game communications between former general manager Ray Farmer and former offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. Some sources say that this violation is more serious than the Cleveland Browns one. How the NFL treats this violation remains to be seen.
In the Friday news conference, McAdoo says, "We've touched base with the league, we're working through it right now. I don't have anything to add, but we are working with the league on the incident."
The issue remains unresolved as everyone awaits NFL’S verdict on this.
The Giants offense will hurt their Super Bowl chances
The New York Giants beat the Dallas Cowboys once again this season and many people took it as a big statement of intent. As impressive as that win was, a lot of people still think the Giants need their offense to fire for them to make it to the Super Bowl.
The Giants went 9-4 with their win against the Cowboys and it is their defense that has been getting all the plaudits. The time has now come for the offense to step up to the plate and contribute. If the offense fires and puts decent numbers on the board, then the Giants might go all the way to lift the Super Bowl, let alone contend for a Super Bowl spot.
The New England Patriots are favorites to win the Super Bowl
The Dallas Cowboys came into the last round of games as Super Bowl favorites according to the bookies but they came up short against the Giants. As a result of that, the odds have changed and now the New England Patriots are being touted by a lot of bookies as the odds on favorites to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy this year.
The Patriots have the experience of handling the pressure when it comes to contending for the Super Bowl while the Cowboys will be heading into the unknown. That being said, the Cowboys are not out of the running at all and it will be really interesting to see who wins the Big Game this season.
No Frito-Lay This Super Bowl
Frito-Lay has decided to put its association with the Super Bowl on hold, at least for the time being. The PepsiCo’s division that also owns Doritos has decided to stay away from the Big Game for the first time since the year 2007.
What this means is that there will be no “Crash the Super Bowl” ad contest this year for Super Bowl LI. PepsiCo as a company, however, will remain associated with the Super Bowl and will also be the sponsor of the Super Bowl LI halftime show which will be headlined by Lady Gaga this year.
Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs are looking good
The Detroit Lions are 8-4 right now whereas the Kansas City Chiefs are one step ahead at 9-3. Both sides have flown under the radar somewhat but their performances are now making a lot of people sit up and take notice. And rightly so.
Both sides have passed some tough tests this season and look to be getting stronger with every game that they play. Yes, the Lions and the Chiefs still have to play some strong opponents but they should be heading into those encounters full of confidence.
The Detroit Lions and the Kansas City Chiefs might just turn out to be this year’s dark horses.
The Dallas Cowboys are looking good for a bye or home field advantage
The Dallas Cowboys are 11-1 and the first team this season to book its place in the playoffs. It has been an incredible campaign for them and things can still get better. The Cowboys are in a very good position to get a bye and clinch home field advantage in the playoffs.
The Cowboys will take on the Giant in Week 14 and they can win the division with a victory. They can also get a first round bye if a few things go their way. That can happen in two cases. The Cowboys win their game and the Lions fail to win. If the Cowboys win and the Seahawks lose, the team from Dallas gets a first round bye in that scenario as well.
As for the home field advantage in the NFC playoffs, the Cowboys will have to win their encounter against the Giants in the Big Apple and hope that the Lions don’t win while the Seahawks lose.
It is all set up for a cracking next round of fixtures with quite a few things at stake.
The drive that marked the beginning of Patriots Dynasty
As the week 13 of the Super Bowl LI pits the New England Patriots against the Los Angeles Rams, one is reminded of the historical game of the Super Bowl XXXVI. It’s a memory that stands out in the career of Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady and one that the Pats fans will cherish forever.
The date was February 3rd, 2002. The Patriots had got the ball back at their own 17 yard line and had no timeouts remaining. John Madden thought they would try to win in overtime. But the calm and composed Tom Brady’s was about to make history, his unbelievable two-minute drive to set up Adam Vinatieri field goal led the franchise to their first super bowl victory that was the launching point for their dynasty of the 2000's.
Watch this memorable moment as the two sides head into a regular season game at the Gillette Stadium on December 4th, 2016. How the teams match-up this time round, you’ll have to wait and find out.
A Gold can and Super Bowl tickets for life
Anheuser-Busch is now offering a once in a life time chance for an NFL fan to strike gold. The company has come up with 37,000 special edition gold Bud Light cans and one of those can win one lucky person Super Bowl tickets for the next 51 years.
The customers have to get their hands on a special edition pack of Bud Light cans to stand a chance of finding a Gold can. They can also log on to the website to download a golden wrap to enter the contest. Once that is done, they will have to take a picture and post it on the Bud Light website, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. One of those lucky people will be selected and he or she will be able to watch the Big Game for the next 51 years.
The 3 Super Bowl LI contenders
With the Thanksgiving Weekend out of the way, the NFL table is now taking shape. There are only five more rounds of regular season games to go before the playoffs begin and there are some three teams that look like favorites to reach Super Bowl LI at the NRG Stadium.
The Dallas Cowboys are 10-1 right now and looking like the team to beat. Their only loss came in the first game and they have just looked really formidable after that. Then there are the Patriots who are always there and thereabouts. They are 9-2 right now and it will take a brave man to bet against Brady and co making it to Super Bowl LI. The Oakland Raiders are 9-2 as well and boy do they look good. Derek Carr is having a stellar season and if they keep up this form it will be very tough to stop the Raiders.
Cam Newton gets a roughing the passer penalty
The Carolina Panthers were expected to kick on from a very good last season but their form has been a little erratic. They went up against the Oakland Raiders in their most recent encounter and came up short 32-35.
Cam Newton did not have a very good game but he still did manage to get a roughing the passer call in his favor. The Raiders’ defensive tackle, Stacy McGee caught Newton after he had thrown the ball for an incomplete pass.
The last time a team was called for a roughing the passer penalty against Newton was in 2014 and the opposition that day were the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Dak Prescott in the headlines once again
To say that Dak Prescott has had a sensational season for the Dallas Cowboys would be an understatement. Everything he has touched has turned into gold and now he is making headlines once again. This time however it is not because of his exploits out on the field.
The Cowboys were in lead against the Ravens when in the fourth quarter Prescott threw the cup in the trash bin behind him. It didn’t go in so instead of letting the cup on the floor, he got up from the bench, picked the cup up and threw it in the trash bin.
It was a small but a very important act from a football superstar that will encourage others to follow suit.
“Renegades” to Release on Super Bowl Weekend
Action packed movie, “Renegades” is set to release on the Friday before the Super Bowl weekend. It is based on a team of Navy Seals who discover a treasure of gold in a lake when they are deployed to ‘war-torn Europe’ on an assignment. This treasure is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. While they try to return this gold to its rightful owners, they come across many hurdles and are left with little time to accomplish their mission. It has been in production for more than a year and initially the movie was supposed to be titled ‘The Lake.’ Now you can watch it in cinemas just before the action at the NRG Stadium begins.
UFC Fight Night in Houston on Super Bowl Weekend
The UFC have chosen the home of Super Bowl 51 – Houston, as the city to hold its UFC Fight Night Card. And no, it is not a pay-per view show. In the past as well, the martial arts company has held a Fight Night Card on the Super Bowl weekend, but it has mostly taken place in Las Vegas. The last time it was outside of Las Vegas was in 2014. The UFC officials recently announced that the Toyota Center will host the upcoming event. However no announcements have been made regarding the lineup as yet. So for those awaiting the Super Bowl 51 anxiously, there’s some exciting stuff to watch out for on the 4th of February.
‘Giants could be Super Bowl contenders’
According to the Pro Football Hall of Famer and former New York Giants player, Michael Strahan, the Giants could be the Super Bowl contenders. He gave this statement after watching the team’s practice session in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The team’s recent performance however suggests otherwise. The Giants have been struggling on the offense and have not registered many sacks. Strahan seems to have great confidence and expectations from them as he told Newsday, “I haven’t given up on them.” It’s a wait and watch whether the Giants are able to meet all expectations or not.
Dak Prescott should have been the number one NFL Draft pick
Dak Prescott has been one of the standout performers in the NFL this season. His performances have turned the Dallas Cowboys into one of the most formidable units in the league.
Now Prescott has one more fan and he is none other than the former NFL GM, Michael Lombardi. Michael recently stated that Prescott should have been a first round pick in the NFL Draft and not the fourth round pick as was the case.
Prescott has done his job and convinced a lot of people that he is a real deal and it will be really interesting to see where he takes the Cowboys this season.
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Q:Do you know who holds the record for touchdown passes in a single Super Bowl?
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