Just call them the Cleveland "Cadavers." The Cavaliers lose their record 24th straight game. They've yet to win in 2011.
The hands-down best ad of the 2011 Super Bowl was Chrysler's "Imported from Detriot." This wasn't just an ad. It's cinema that sells.
There's probably no better time to confess it: I've built a good part of my life around the Green Bay Packers.
They say sports and politics don't mix. One sportswriter disagrees with that. In fact, he would argue that professional sports has always been political and has been a positive force in shaping American society.
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Fate, fashion and their own faults combine to put the Steelers in a no-win situation in Sunday's matchup with the Green Bay Packers.
When you sit to watch the game this weekend, enjoy the spectacle of the cheesehead, but remember this: the guy with the "D" and the fence may not be as entertaining, but he know how to win.
Let's get ready to rumble. Both sides have asked that the Madoff trustee suit against the Wilpons be unsealed. Now the case will first be tried in public.
The upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship 126 falls on Super Bowl eve, and with a large number of fans in Las Vegas for Steelers-Packers, demand for tickets is through the roof.
In a friendly private game of flag football, both teams used strips of toilet paper as flags and toilet bowls were integrated into the trophies.
My heart is with the Packers. Who, you might remember, were the NFC's sixth seed. The only sixth seed team ever to win a Super Bowl? The Steelers.
Couldn't score a pair of seats to football's almightiest match-up? Don't sweat it. You've still got a few days to get to the Metroplex for a weekend of showdowns, touchdowns and a super action-packed downtown.
Football fans who appreciate the game's tradition will savor this year's Super Bowl match-up between two of the most legendary teams in the NFL: the...
Is it nice weather anywhere? The Pro-Am for the Phoenix Open was scuttled because of a "frozen golf course." Wind chills in the 30s.
Losing in a Super Bowl does not make an NFL quarterback any less of a legend. Just like being in and winning a Super Bowl surely does not automatically grant legendary status to a quarterback.
Several of the Pittsburgh Steelers reportedly went to a strip club after arriving in Dallas for the Super Bowl. Now that's a game plan.