What many believed became official Sunday evening around the time Bruno Mars finally stopped sweating following his entertaining Super Bowl halftime show. The NFL’s real championship game really was played two weeks ago in Seattle, where the Seahawks beat the 49ers to win the NFC title and earn an all-expenses paid business trip to New York/New Jersey to whip the AFC champion Broncos.
The Super Bowl usually is the most-watched TV event of the year, but hasnt the game become more about the parties, commercials and entertainment?
It’s been a busy week for Sacramento State football.
Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant and Miami’s LeBron James usually top any list of the best players in the NBA, but that debat is over, at least for now.
So who are you pulling for in Sunday’s Super Bowl? No, not between the Broncos and the Seahawks, but between the two players who will have folks not even interested in the game watching just to take sides.
After Seahawks cornerback Richard Shermans performance and interviews last Sunday, wont it be fun to watch him get burned by the Broncos Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl?
Heard enough of Richard Sherman? There will be more Sherm The Shouter is just warming up. Prepare for an avalanche of sound bites from the Seahawks cornerback next week in the lead-up to the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos.
With all the talk about quarterbacks, coaches and running backs, isn’t it more likely Sunday’s NFC Championship Game between the 49ers and Seahawks will come down to which defense forces more mistakes?
All the talk in these parts has been about the 49ers game Sunday against the Seahawks.
Jameis Winston did what football fans look for in their Heisman Trophy winners, playing like the best player in the country with the highest stakes on the line Monday night.