Every year, Nielsen and E-Poll conduct a survey to determine which American athletes the public hates the most. The results of this year's poll have former international cycling superstar Lance Armstrong at the top spot, following by Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o and golfer Tiger Woods
In a game filled with a fight, a near-comeback from a 22-point deficit and a 34-minute blackout, some people are already calling Super Bowl XLVII the best Super Bowl in history. What do you think is the greatest Super Bowl of all-time?
In the immediate aftermath from Super Bowl XLVII, one of the biggest topics of conversation was the melee that occurred during the second quarter. San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw an interception to Baltimore safety Ed Reed, and once the play ended, there was a skirmish between several players from both teams.
During the fallout from Super Bowl XLVII, a lot of the same topics continue to be rehashed and reworded by all of the "Monday Morning Quarterbacks" in the country. However, there's one topic Brian Noe believes everybody has been ignoring that is staring them right in the face: where Joe Flacco stands among the most "clutch" quarterbacks in the NFL
With less than two minutes left to play in Super Bowl 47 last night, San Francisco had a 4th-and-goal opportunity at the Baltimore five-yard line. Michael Crabtree attempted to run a corner fade route, as Colin Kaepernick threw the ball incomplete and essentially lost the game
We are two days away from the biggest annual sporting event in North America - the Super Bowl. The 47th edition of "The Big Game" features the Baltimore Ravens taking on the San Francisco 49ers, one elite defense against another, John Harbaugh vs. Jim Harbaugh and Joe Flacco vs. Colin Kaepernick.
One story that has been swept under the rug a little bit this week is the issue of a potential 18-game regular season schedule in the NFL. While recording an interview with Bob Costas for this evening's edition of Costas Tonight on NBC Sports Network, the league's executive V.P. of football operations Ray Anderson was asked about whether or not the league is still looking to expand the regular season schedule. Anderson said, "I think it’s still on the table, but it’s obviously going to be discussed at length with the players and the Players Association."
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Earlier today, former NFL officiating chief Mike Pereira was a guest on "Mike and Mike," who ended his interview by answering Greenberg's question about which two NFL rules he would change: the "Tuck Rule" and make defensive pass interference the same as the college rule (15-yard penalty across the board)
The news about a doctor from an "anti-aging clinic" supposedly giving steroids and performance-enhancing drugs to several athletes has caused a lot of debate in recent days, especially around Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez
Since their final game of the 2012 calendar year, the Albany Devils have gone 7-3-0-2 and continue to make their ascent up the AHL Eastern Conference standings. The Devils have climbed up to third place in the Northeast Division, just one point behind the Connecticut Whale for second. The team also sits in 11th place overall in the Eastern Conference, just two points out of a playoff spot.
During today's Media Day for Super Bowl XLVII, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco called the NFL's decision to hold a Super Bowl in a cold weather stadium like MetLife Stadium for next year's game "retarded
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