Thankfully, Wednesday and Thursday’s media sessions will be back to normal. Football questions only!
We’ve compiled some of the most popular food consumed during the Big Game, and we want to know which one ranks supreme?
The biggest question mark heading into Super Bowl XLVI is the status of Rob Gronkowski’s ankle.
Given the seemingly impossible road one team must traverse in order to scale the mountain that is the Super Bowl, let’s take a look back at what the Giants and Patriots endured to reach the Super Bowl.
Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin are long-time friends who share the same old-school philosophy when it comes to saying anything about the opposition. Zip it. Tight. Or else.
Matthew Broderick’s role in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off has been revived in the form of a commercial.
If the Giants win, one New York City family will be chosen to get a super tour of Boston.
Even the usually dour Bill Belichick was joking around as the Patriots arrived in Indy for Super Bowl week.
Quite simply, Giants coach Tom Coughlin belongs in the Hall of Fame whether he wins a second Lombardi Trophy or not.
“Hopefully we’ll have a lot more people at our party next weekend,” said Brady. Party next weekend? As in a championship parade?
Laugh if you like. Eli won’t tell you to stop. He’ll just show you why you should.
Will the Patriots manage to exact revenge in Super Bowl XLVI? Let’s try to surmise by taking a position-by-position look at the game’s participants.
Despite the substantial turnover in lineups for this Super Bowl, the quarterbacks for both teams remain the same. I’ll rephrase. The quarterbacks are the same, yet, Eli Manning is in no way the same quarterback.
By Christine Hinrichs After months of TV watching, countless cheers and upsets, and numerous football parties, the Super Bowl is finally here. And with the Patriots and the Giants meeting for their second Super Bowl […]
The Patriots have given no details on the extent of Ron Gronkowski’s injury, but his father may have just cracked the case.