As Rich Eisen said this morning on NFL GameDay, today just happens to be the nicest day all week. Good omen? Let’s hope so.
Posted: Saturday, February 5th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Super Bowl XLV, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Brett Favre, Don Majkowski, Jack Lambert, James Starks, Mean Joe Greene, Mel Blount, Troy Polamalu
The fans have arrived, and the crowds swelled on Saturday at the NFL Experience in anticipation for Super Bowl XLV. Thankfully the weather was cooperating and the fans seemed eager to take in all of the activities, mostly because people have been trapped in their rooms because of the snow.
Posted: Friday, February 4th, 2011 | davedameshek Tags: Super Bowl XLV, Super Bowl I, Super Bowl II, Super Bowl III, Super Bowl VII, Super Bowl X, Super Bowl XI, Super Bowl XLII, Super Bowl XX, Super Bowl XXV, Super Bowl XXXIX
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I hope to one day be named the Uniform Czar for All of Sports, so I’m not surprised that many people have asked for my opinion on the quality of the combo of the Packers’ glorious home getups (green jerseys/gold hats & pants) going up against the Steelers’ road unis (white jerseys/black hats/gold pants).
Former boxer Sugar Ray Leonard and actor Hugh Jackman share a laugh on Radio Row.
To prove he’s not biased, Steelers fan Dave Dameshek extends an olive branch to Cheeseheads everywhere with his official list of the best cheeses.
Posted: Friday, February 4th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Super Bowl XLV,
If you’re in the North Texas area for the game this weekend, stop by the Dallas Convention Center to check out authentic sports memorabilia being auctioned off on Saturday, Feb. 5. And benefiting select NFL charities.
As painful as this season might have been for Tony Romo – physically with his busted wing and emotionally with having to watch two other teams play the Super Bowl in his home stadium – the Cowboys QB dutifully made the rounds at the media center on Friday and stopped to chat with NFL.com about how he’s faring.
Don’t be surprised if Byron Leftwich or Matt Flynn is the hero or goat come Sunday night. In the last couple of football seasons, backup quarterbacks have played significant roles in significant games.
The Steelers aren’t the only ones who will be working Sunday night.
DALLAS — As VP of Officiating at the NFL for nine years, Mike Pereira was not exactly in position to be predicting the outcome of the games. Influencing the outcome, perhaps (just kidding, folks), but not predicting.
Still early, but the scene at Radio Row is heating up. Already spotted: Eric Dickerson, Miles Austin, Drew Brees, Dick Vermeil, Cowboys cheerleaders… and Bugs Bunny.
So is Brett Favre rooting for the Packers in Super Bowl XLV? That question was posed to NFL Network’s Steve Mariucci during a live chat Wednesday morning on NFL.com.
Before we get into anything else, let’s just jump right to the end of the book: I think the Packers are gonna beat the Steelers, and I think they’ll do it by double digits.
Hair was on everybody’s mind during Media Day. Well hair, the lack of it at least, is on my mind every day.
With two teams from middle America in the Super Bowl, it’s only fitting that the Middle American Conference is representing something fierce with 16 total players on both rosters.