Of the over 100,00 fans who watched the Super Bowl from Cowboys Stadium, 400 were forced to watch it from standing-room positions. And it wasn’t just average Joe’s who were among the 400.
The Super Bowl didn’t go the way the Pittsburgh Steelers wanted to to go. And it didn’t go all that well for casinos across the state of Nevada either.
Mike Schlaak and his also had tickets to Super Bowl XLV in Dallas. “And it was the most ridiculous experience of my life,” Schlaak said.
While most Chicago Bears’ fans tried their best to avoid Green Bay Packers’ fans on Monday. But there was one Bears’ fan who had a phone call to make.
Finally! After two weeks of having the Super Bowl shoved down our throats by every possible media outlet known to man, the game is officially over!
The National Anthem may have been sung wrong. The first half wasn’t the most exciting half of football. The half time show was a bit of a disappointment.
He turned a loyal fandom against itself, just because he could.
Many people will “take to the window” this weekend in hopes of making a few bucks on Super Bowl XLV.
Leave it to the Bears to have dual quarterback controversies leading up to a game in which they are not playing.
Just as Chicago is bracing for one the biggest snow storms in it’s history, Dallas was dealing with more wintry weather than they’re used to having. But that didn’t slow down the circus known as Super Bowl Media Day.
Growing up, kids all across America dream of playing in the Super Bowl. Very few of them experience and overcome the things that Green Bay Packers’ receiver Donald Driver did to get there.
Bears running back Matt Forte is rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl.
The “Fire Lovie” guys may have their candidate.
Julius Peppers drew a penalty flag for a hit on Green Bay Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the NFC Championship game. And the penalty for that hit will continue to Peppers’ wallet.
Even as he prepares for the biggest game of his life, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is aware that Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is having his toughness questioned this week.
Most Chicago Bears’ fans will do their best to avoid anything having to do with the Green Bay Packers for a while. However, duty calls for President Barack Obama as he traveled to the heart of Packer-land.
Over the past two years, I’ve questioned a lot of things about Jay Cutler. I still do. But I’ve never questioned his toughness.
There are numerous things to be upset at Lovie Smith and Mike Martz for during yesterday’s 21-14 loss to the rival Packers.
Normally Mondays aren’t the best day of the week. A Monday in Chicago following a Bears loss to the Packers in the NFC Championship game can be painful.
In hindsight, it was a better season than anyone could have expected. But that won’t help ease the pain any Chicago Bears’ fans or players are feeling today.