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What went wrong? Pay attention, Gisele. Here's the deal: If there is a God, He's got some pretty big problems going on these days, such as poverty, plagues and starvation.
What hasn't been emphasized in news reports is the curious reduction in heart attacks among fans of winning teams.
Lost in the Super Bowl hoopla, some members of the NFL Super Bowl Committee have talked about staging a Super Bowl in London. Were they overly intoxicated during those discussions?
If NFL rules continue to reduce the number and ferocity of hits the equity of the football brand will decrease. This will open the door for other sports with bravado, warrior and hero identities to grow.
At first glance the Giants share very little with the fictional team in Dillon, Texas. However, after rewatching the first season this past week, it dawned on me that this year's Giants team is shockingly similar to the Dillon Panthers/Lions.
In the eleventh episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun discuss the ins and outs of Super Bowl XLVI and the keys for each team. Specifically, Braun disagrees with Schultz's belief that Big Blue must establish Ahmad Bradshaw and the running attack in order to keep Eli Manning comfortable and most effective in the pocket.
It only comes around once a year, thankfully. Super Bowl Media Day. It's basically both the circus and the menagerie all rolled into one. Nothing serious gets asked or answered.
With a record-tying five Super Bowl starts on his resume, Tom Brady has out-Joe-Montana'd Joe Montana.
Jordan Schultz and host Scott Braun discuss how the Giants can continue the miracle joyride and beat San Francisco, and talk about how the Ravens can exploit the zone defense of New England.
It has taken me a few days to digest what happened over the weekend. 49ers beating the Saints? With that offense? Wow. That was amazing. And Tom Bra...
How could the Patriots do so poorly in the expectations game while kicking proverbial butt in the real game? It is because expectations know no bounds.
Whatever happens in these play-offs will not diminish the success of Tim Tebow. But which coaches recognize the football revolution will determine the successful franchises.
The other pro sports leagues can only turn green with envy. The NFL is on track to once again harness staggering postseason television ratings.
All the naysayers think that the "real Tim Tebow" will be exposed when Denver takes on the Patriots Sunday in Denver. Ya think there will be a few QB stat comparisons with Tom Brady?
There's a part of me that wants the Jets to make it to the playoffs so they can knock off the Patriots. The other side doesn't want to admit that the Jets season could be over when it just started.