The Monday after the Super Bowl, Russell Wilson took to The Player’s Tribune to pen a letter to the man he beat for his own Super Bowl ring: …You inspired me to work hard. To be disciplined. To be respectful. To take notes. You inspired me to love the process. To love the sweat. To… Read More Russell Wilson Says Goodbye to the Sherriff
The #1 free agent QB and the #1 WR in the world teamed up to destroy the most important record in all of football. Pretty cool bit but an odd pairing of Antonio and Kirk. Apparently Guiness teamed up with NFL network and they brought in several NFL players over Super Bowl weekend to attempt to… Read More Kirk Cousins and Antonio Brown set World Record for Most One-handed Catches
By now you’ve seen the video of Eli’s reaction to Peyton and the Broncos clinching Super Bowl 50. You may have also heard that Eli was deep in thought over weather the Broncos would go for two (brother Peyton had already did the math and was lining up his teammates). If you’ve ever been to… Read More Best Reactions to Eli Manning’s Reaction
Peyton Manning didn’t announce his retirement. He didn’t break out a choreographed shuffle. He may have shook hands with “Papa Johns”, however Peyton, when every Bronco fan in the stadium wanted to, didn’t make it about him. In the days leading up to the game a lot had been made about how Cam carries himself… Read More Breaking: Peyton Manning Did Not “Dab”
…Papa Johns. Seconds after the clock ticked down to 0:00 Peyton pushed passed reports to whisper in Papa’s ear. He may be retiring but the sponsorships aren’t going anywhere.
Cam Newton has been hounded by pressure for the better part of the first half. When he has had time he has been inaccurate, missing high as he has failed to set his feet on several throws. He hasn’t been able to find wide open receivers like he had against the Seahawks and the Cardinals… Read More Peyton and Cam overshadowed by defense in first half
Sequels are bigger and flashier than the originals. Almost never better, but you can count on everything being larger. The drama of the NFL inspires movies, so it’s no surprise to find sequels there too. Let’s talk about a sequel involving two NFL quarterbacks: RGIII’s 2012 rookie season, and Cam Newton’s 2015 Superbowl contending season.