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  • Feb 11, 2017 06:09 PM
    Last: 12d

    Never happened before. They have already released the top 16 teams for the NCAA tournament, in season. Why? Does anyone know? Not that I think it's a bad thing, just curious.. Here's a video on it:

  • Jan 22, 2017 09:59 PM
    Last: 20d
    Interesting. Well the Patriots are a 3 point favorite right now. Would be a good bet to go for the Falcons.
  • Feb 04, 2017 12:08 AM
    Last: 20d

    Sounds like legal action is about to happen over this:

    "GNC was proud and excited to launch our Courage to Change campaign during the Super Bowl, one of the biggest platforms of the year,” said a statement from Jeff Hennion, GNC’s executive vice president, chief marketing & e-commerce officer. “However, only six days prior, and after two approval processes, Fox Broadcasting informed us that our company and our message of inspirational true stories was not permitted to air due to NFL policy. In turn, GNC has retained legal counsel and is in the process of preparing a formal complaint with Fox Broadcasting Company.”

  • Feb 02, 2017 04:14 PM
    Last: 20d

    There are a handful of good ones I've seen so far. This is one of my favorites, the one with Einstein playing Lady Gaga:


  • Feb 01, 2017 09:31 PM
    Last: 22d

    Hyundai's Super Bowl commercial will be filmed after kickoff

    First time I'm aware of this happening. This year's Hyundai super bowl ad will be filmed as the game is playing. And it won't air until right after the game ends.

    Supposed to feature 3 military guys, hooked up to VR gear and watching the game in real time. Hyundai says they will be in '360-degree immersive pods that will make them feel as if they are in a luxury box at NGR Stadium'. The ad will show their reactions. Pretty cool idea.

  • Jan 27, 2017 03:26 PM
    Last: 27d

    Roger Federer vs Raphael Nadal AND Serena Williams vs Venus Williams?!? Usually a grand lucks out with either the men's or women's finals being stacked. But I have never seen both like this before. Is this the best final four showcasing in tennis' grand slam tournament history?

    Good article from SB on this.

  • Jan 22, 2017 09:59 PM
    Last: 20d

    .. thought it was interesting how similar the Falcons and Pats offensive numbers were today:

    Matt Ryan - 27/38 for 392 yards and 4 TDs. (Also 3 carries for 23 yards and a TD). No picks.
    Tom Brady - 32/42 for 384 yards and 4 TDs. (4 carries for -1 yards) No picks either.

    Those are both monster games. Great games. Further evidence they deserve to play in the super bowl. Also, even stranger that their top receivers tied exactly with huge games too:

    Julio Jones - 9 catches for 180 yards and 2 touchdowns
    Chris Hogan - 9 catches for 180 yards and 2 touchdowns

    Both teams also controlled time of possession. Neither team turned the ball over. All signs point to a shoot out.

  • Jan 22, 2017 09:59 PM
    Last: 20d

    It's set. Pats won by 19. Falcons by 23. Being both the best offenses in the league, with underrated defenses, I think they deserved to be in the super bowl the most this year. So since my Cowboys missed out, I'm looking forward to this as a really good consolation game, that should be really good.

    So both teams score a lot. Both teams have solid defenses. Both teams can run and throw at will. And either Ryan or Brady will be the league MVP.. Who wins this one? Curious on people's takes on this matchup.

    I think the Patriots defense and Belichick's scheming game plan might prove too much for Atlanta. The Falcons offense is better. But only slightly. And the Pats defense is better, but only slightly. So it will come down to qb play, turnovers, and coaching. Unfortunately for Atlanta, New England bests them in all of these categories, usually.

    Saying that, I really want the Falcons to win. And I do think it will be very close. Julio Jones can put them over the top. And they are lucky they don't have to see Gronk in this one.

  • Jan 15, 2017 09:43 PM
    Last: 1mo

    I can not think of one good reason why Prescott spiked the ball with 40 something seconds to go in the game, when they had one timeout, down by 3 on first down, already in field goal range.. you left Aaron Rodgers with over 30 seconds on the clock in a tied game?? That was a terrible call. And with so many things going on with that game to focus on, I don't think any single play had me more confused and frustrated than that.

    Was it a rookie mistake? Or just conservative play coming back to bite them? Why would you not want to kick that field goal with little to no time left on the clock, guaranteeing OT? It would have not assured them a win of course. Just OT. But still. That play will stick with me for a while, as a fan. Sucked to watch. Great game otherwise though.

  • Jan 07, 2017 03:19 PM
    Last: 1mo

    Raiders v Texans
    Dolphins v Steelers
    Giants v Packers
    Lions v Seahawks

    I see all the home teams winning this wildcard round. That said, being a Cowboys fan, I am most concerned with the Packers. Sure, we beat them already this year. But that was before Rodgers turned it in, and before the 6 game win streak. I see the Packers and Steelers by far the most dangerous teams in the NFC/AFC to challenge the top 2 seeds in their conferences. If they make it to the Super Bowl, I would not be a bit surprised.

    Super Bowl 45 repeat anyone?