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...
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.
This coming Sunday, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has the chance to win his third Super Bowl. His past behavior and his team's current success present a teachable moment.
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.
There is only one issue in the negotiation between NFL owners and players that trumps all others. Player health and safety. There is no argument for expanding the season other than owner greed.
Steeler nation, allow me to present a fist food in the team colors. Search the meat counter for racks of babybacks on the smaller side. Smaller gr...
The Ravens-Steelers game was a joke. Yes, I had a half on the Ravens with the spread and another half on the moneyline, but my own personal rooting in...
Did you ever wonder if it was possible to buy Super Bowl XLV tickets for face value? Well, it is definitely possible, but the odds of having the opportunity to do so are quite slim. Here's how it works.
Rex Ryan said this one is tough to swallow. And judging by his physique, this isn't a problem he has often.
If the Jets' receivers could catch a ball or the Jets' defense could've tackled anyone, this game could have gone completely differently.
What a great story last week, as Willie Mays returned to his New York roots and talked to schoolkids in the shadow of the old Polo Grounds in Harlem. From all reports, he was a hit.
The NFL is a notoriously tough work place. How is it a guy who won the National Championship at Ohio State the same year Sputnik was launched has been able to hold out this long?
We need to put our country back to work. And what better way to start than with a Super Bowl celebrating decent jobs at decent wages?
At this stage of the game, it's a probability that there will be a lockout by owners due to the combined failure of reaching accord on a new collective bargaining agreement.