What a game that was! Super Bowl LII broke all sorts of records and was a thriller from start to finish. And like in all the best tales, the underdogs won. It was an unusual game, too. Here’s our take on a great night for the NFL.
It’s here! Super Bowl Sunday is finally here! And as we build up to the big game, it seems a good moment to look forward to what might happen for the two teams after it is all over.
There’s a part of every NFL game which tends to get overlooked – the officials. Here’s a quick look at the eight men who will be controlling the game in Minneapolis come Sunday.
It’s Super Bowl Friday! And what better way to celebrate this special day than with a look at the contestants’ respective special teams units?
It’s the Thursday before Super Bowl Sunday and we’re already getting excited. So let’s kick back and relax with a look at how the Eagles defense can be beaten.
We are halfway through Super Bowl week. We’ve looked at the respective offenses, so now it is time to turn our attention to the other side of the ball. We start with a look at the Patriots’ D.
It’s the Tuesday of Super Bowl week, which means that it is time to look at the most underrated unit to be making the trip to Minneapolis, the Eagles’ offense.
Super Bowl week is finally here, and we are beginning our traditional look at the strengths and weaknesses of the two contenders. We start by running the rule over the until that is going to be talked about most of all, the New England offense.
It’s that time of year again. The regular season ends and all hell lets loose in the managerial ranks of the NFL. Head coaches, assistant coaches, general managers and other staff are all in the firing line as franchises search for the ingredient which will bring them success in 2018. Richard O’Hagan tries to keep up.
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