Patriots Outlast Seahawks in Super Bowl Classic
The New England Patriots topped the Seattle Seahawks, 28-24, in an instant-classic Super Bowl XLIX Sunday night in Arizona. The Tom Brady-Bill Belichick tandem cemented its legacy as arguably the best QB-coach combo in NFL history.
Super Bowl XLIX Stats, Facts, Trends
Super Bowl XLIX pits the dynastic New England Patriots against the budding dynasty Seattle Seahawks. Each team is led by one of the winningest QBs of all time. And each team is looking to add to some historic trends on Sunday.
Defiant Belichick to Football World: Go F*ck Yourself
Bill Belichick on Saturday delivered a tour de football force, refuting critics, denying any role in DeflateGate, challenging the NFL, lecturing on physics and even referencing Mona Lisa Vito from "My Cousin Vinny" while issuing a clear statement to the rest of the football world: F*ck you.
DeflateGate: NFL Grandstanding & Posturing At Its Finest
The NFL is doing all it can to show the world they stand for "integrity". Part of the NFL's "investigation" into this frenzy is in fact, image repair from the ridiculous off-the-field issues that have plagued the league the past 10 months, says Patrick Imig.
A Few Bad Balls: Did Belichick Order the Code Red?!
DeflateGate has put everyone's balls in a vice, most notably Bill Belichick's. But everyone looks bad here: Tom Brady, the NFL, league officials, even whiny Colts fans. One big question remains: Did Belichick purposely deflate footballs? Did Belichick order the Code Red?!?!
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