Super Bowl Super Blah

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Super Blah Super Bowl LIII was super blah. The game was a 3-3 defensive slug-fest for three quarters that came and went with few offensive fireworks. That changed slightly after a Sony Michel one-yard score (set up by a 29-yard catch by Rob Gronkowski) put the New England Patriots ahead of the Los Angeles Rams […] READ MORE


Julian Edelman Delivers Again With Legendary Super Bowl Performance

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ATLANTA, GA– Julian Edelman lives for the big stage. He isn’t the flashy, deep threat receiver like an Antonio Brown or Julio Jones. But year after year, Edelman has been the go-to receiving target for Tom Brady. There’s a reason for this. And Super Bowl LIII proved it. Against the Los Angeles Rams, Edelman picked […] READ MORE



New England Patriots Win Super Bowl LIII; Tom Brady Becomes the First Player in NFL history to Win Six Super Bowls

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Every Super Bowl is historic. The game is the most-watched television event in America. It’s the culmination of the most popular sports league. And, of course, it offers one football team–and select players–the chance to etch themselves into sports history, in a way that few other sports venues do. Some Super Bowls, though, are more […] READ MORE