The National Football League's premier event began as Super Bowl I back in 1967, and it was not referred to as Super Bowl One, for that would have been too plebeian of a depiction.
You want a human interest story? To give you a reason to watch? Shut up. This isn't the Sochi Olympics. It's the Super Bowl. If you're still looking for a reason to watch then you probably shouldn't. In fact, you'd be a lot more interesting of a human if you didn't. But you're going to.
If history is any guide, most of these spots will feature funny jokes and impressive special effects. Few of these ads, however, will make an emotional appeal. They will try to amuse and dazzle more than touch the heart. This is a missed opportunity.
The Super Bowl can be so much more than a classic championship game and a barrage of advertisements. The NFL, with its powerful media presence, has a great opportunity to help the suffering people around the world.
These nachos are so sinful; it's hard to stop eating them even when you're way past being full!
From beer-spiked pretzels to porter-braised pork, here's what we'll be making.
Why would a hooker waste time and money hoofing it to a one-weekend event where the prospects are dim, the rooms overpriced and the police on the prowl?
"I didn't want to treat it any differently than any other game, because every game that I play as a professional athlete is a blessing and opportunity."
Let's face it, the Super Bowl is generally the time for brands to show off and strut their stuff. So far this year, though, the advertising seems to be kinder, more gentle, and more "human."
When it comes to "America's greatest game," spectators willingly forget bad news. It's a forgetfulness of convenience, one that has allowed the NFL to become a 9 billion dollar industry on the backs -- and heads -- of modern day gladiators whose life expectancy is a mere 55 years of age.
Forget the real field goals for a moment and savor the creative touchdowns several advertisers hope to make in Super Bowl 2014 on Sunday.
There is bacon IN the burger.
This Sunday, for the third time in the recent Super Bowl era, the NFL's best offense will face the league's best defense. In the previous two instances, the top defense won -- rather famously so.
Every year before Super Bowl Sunday, my husband files for divorce.
Some people seem to have a problem with the fact that there's an opera singer singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. So here are several pieces of information you should know about opera before you see Renee Fleming belt out the national anthem Sunday.
Nothing happens overnight. The Broncos and Seahawks know this well after disappointing playoff losses last year. The teams worked hard to get to this point. The same can be said of CO and WA in reaching their recent drug policy reform milestones.