Daily Madden: Why All Players And Coaches Are Required To Participate In Media Day At The Super Bowl
A rundown of Media Day at the Super Bowl and why most players would probably do away with the event altogether.
Just kidding–I love pretty much every aspect of my job. One of them is getting to ask questions. Like, “What is the NFL’s thing?” Why does this multibillion dollar organization feel compelled to try to turn guys who carry a football for a living into public speakers?
Betting on the Super Bowl is undeniably an uncertainty and a risk. A much less risky bet would be that Paul Bessire’s PredictionMachine.com has the most thorough and sound reasoning for why the Seattle Seahawks will defeat the New England Patriots.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who has been fined for avoiding the NFL’s press availability requirements, fulfilled his commitment at the Super Bowl media day Tuesday by repeating the same answer to the throng of reporters at his podium.
The NFL has fined Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch $20,000 for making an obscene gesture during last Sunday’s NFC championship game, a person with knowledge of the fine told The Associated Press on Thursday.
Oakland native and Seattle Seahawk Marshawn Lynch honored with naming of extra-potent strain of marijuana dubbed “Beastmode 2.0”:
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
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.
A flurry of early money on the New England Patriots moved the game to pick ‘em at most major Las Vegas books Sunday night after the Seattle Seahawks opened by as much as 2.5-point favorites.
Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown in overtime to lift the Seattle Seahawks to an improbable 28-22 victory over Green Bay in the NFC championship game.