“Chicago’s going die keeping on hoping that Jay Cutler’s gonna be that player,” Tarkenton says.
Yes, it is a cliche, but the game is never over until it’s actually over as Seattle comes from behind to advance to the Super Bowl.
How can the Seahawks win their second straight Lombardi Trophy? The same way they did last season.
It’s time to buy low on Matthew Stafford — and even Calvin Johnson, if that’s possible.
Jay Cutler’s far from the Bears’ only issue, but he plays the biggest role in salvaging the season.
It’s easy to pencil the Seahawks as back-to-back Super Bowl champs after their 36-16 beat-down of the Packers last night. Or to think Green Bay is a shadow of the franchise that won it all in 2011 and hasn’t reached the conference championship since.
Fantasy football players are also ready to go all-in on Thursday night. Finding favorable matchups in the first game on the schedule each week gives a player a big edge going into Sunday.
Cutler is one of the NFC’s “gunslingers.”
Matt Spiegel has redeemed himself with a narrow over/under victory.
The guys are pondering how many missed tackles Chris Conte will have.
That was quick.
Phil Emery and the Bears have confidence in Jordan Palmer to be their backup QB.
Former NIU quarterback Lynch believes he would fit in a zone-read scheme.
Seattle has the blueprint for how to slow down the NFL’s high-octane offenses.
When you win the Super Bowl, there isn’t much to complain about as far as overall team performance is concerned. But here is a look back at what the Seahawks excelled at and aspects of their game that they will need to tighten up next season.
A Super Bowl title doesn’t appear to be giving Russell Wilson a big ego.
Defense wins championships, and the NFL has not seen a defense like Seattle’s in a long time.
What will matter most? The fact that Seattle has no players with Super Bowl experience, or their youth and speed and top-ranked defense? Or will the game be won by Denver’s suddenly stout rush defense and Peyton Manning’s blessed right arm?
The details behind how each team will attack the other in the Super Bowl.
There’s a reason so many are overlooking Russell Wilson leading up to the big game.