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Joe Flacco called himself an elite QB, then proved it with a championship performance. Like Eli Manning before him, he's shattered Super Bowl predictors, says Kerry J. Byrne.Share Tweet
One Final Monday Morning Manningdenverbroncos.com Feb 4, 2013Before we turn the page to 2013 for the Denver Broncos and the new National Football League season, we can take one final, last blog dealing with Monday Morning Manning. From day one with the Broncos, Peyton Manning’s accomplishments have been extreme bShare Tweet
Super Bowl ads best capture audience when arresting party's entiretyLunch Special: Each weekday near noontime, a Denver Post sports writer dares to dish. In this installment, Benjamin Hochman reveals his favorite Super Bowl commercials.Share Tweet
AFC West notes: In an Insider piece, ESPN’s playoff predictor s…ESPN.com Feb 4, 2013In an Insider piece, ESPN’s playoff predictor sees the Broncos registering another 13-3 season in 2013. Meanwhile, Las Vegas believes the Broncos are an early favorite for next year’s Super Bowl. The NFL waiver season has begun. It is of note in the AShare TweetNEW ORLEANS -- Having snapped the NFC's three-year Super Bowl winning streak, but continued the NFL's recent trend of seeing a lower-seeded hot team ride postseason momentum all the way to the parade-planning stage, the Baltimore Ravens stand astride th…Share Tweet
Top five 2013 Super Bowl commercialsSuper Bowl advertisers spent $3.8 million per 30-second spot to pitch their brands to more than 100 million viewers. Which ads were most effective?Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 4, 2013One football season is over and we’re already starting to look forward to the next one. In Las Vegas, that means installing favorites to take home the Lombardi Trophy at the Meadowlands a year from now. They believe that 49ers running back Frank Gore wiShare TweetThere's no way to quantify belief, but you know it when you see it, and Baltimore had it Sunday. Behind their unflappable coach and QB, the Ravens were truly destiny's children.Share TweetSuper Bowl XLVII will long be remembered by more than 100 million viewers as "the night the lights went out in New Orleans."Share TweetJacoby Jones, a New Orleans native, stood in the Superdome this past week, as the swirl of media day flowed around him, and stared up into the stands, slowly looking side to side.Share Tweet
Lights-out Super Bowl gets redefinedSuper Bowl XLVII was delayed because of a power outage Sunday, plunging parts of the Superdome into darkness and leading to a 34-minute delay in the biggest game of the season.Share Tweet
Peter King: Lights go out, but Ravens power on, in thrilling Super Bowl XLVIINEW ORLEANS -- Quick thoughts on a great, fun, twilight-lit, dramatic Super Bowl:Share Tweet