The Seattle Seahawks Burn The Broncos' Touchdown Factory To The Ground

The best offense-best defense matchup should have been a grinding, tough, watchable-for-all-60-minutes game with a million lead changes, or so that's what we envisioned. Instead, the Seahawks devoured everything in front of them. Seattle embarrassed Denver's NFL-best offense, 43-8. It wasn't even close. » 2/02/14 10:50pm 2/02/14 10:50pm

Seahawks Take The Second-Half Kickoff Back For A Touchdown

It was near-impossible to imagine things getting worse for the Broncos, but here we are. The Seahawks now lead 29-0 thanks to Percy Harvin. Harvin scooped up the kick (designed to prevent this exact outcome) at the 12-yard line and took off, breaking a couple arm tackles at the 35 and shaking Matt Prater out of his… » 2/02/14 8:40pm 2/02/14 8:40pm

The Offensive/Defensive Matchup Of Super Bowl XLVIII Is Historic

Everyone knows that Denver has a good offense and Seattle has a good defense, but The Guardian data viz team has put together a great series of charts showing how this matchup stacks up against every other Super Bowl since 1970, using the stat "average yards per play". » 1/31/14 3:45pm 1/31/14 3:45pm

Super Bowl Prop Bets: The Comprehensive List Of What To Bet And Where

While the Super Bowl has become the holiday of choice for many groups of people, it's possible that nobody will enjoy Super Bowl Sunday more than degenerate sports bettors with a one-day excuse to bet on anything in the known physical universe. » 1/31/14 1:41pm 1/31/14 1:41pm

The Super Bowl Ends With a Safety, Says Tecmo Super Bowl

Yesterday Madden NFL 25 gave its prediction for Super Bowl Ex El Vee Eye Eye Eye, handing it to Denver, 31-28, on a field goal in overtime. Today, the guys keeping alive 1991's Tecmo Super Bowl offered their own version of events: another OT game, with Denver winning on a goddamn safety. » 1/28/14 3:47pm 1/28/14 3:47pm

Colorado Viewers Miss Six Minutes Of AFC Title Game, Learn About Santa

Somehow this flew under the radar all week, but it turns out Broncos fans in Colorado Springs missed much of the first quarter during Sunday's AFC Championship game due to technical difficulties on KKTV—during which Tom Brady was frozen on their screens for nearly six minutes. Even stranger, the CBS affiliate's… » 1/24/14 1:45pm 1/24/14 1:45pm

Bill Belichick: Wes Welker Intentionally Took Out Aqib Talib

New England's top cornerback was removed from the equation early in the second quarter, when, sticking to Demaryius Thomas on a crossing route, he was hit low by Broncos WR Wes Welker and left with a knee injury. Belichick was his usual circumspect self after the game: "That was a key play in the game...He's a key… » 1/20/14 9:39am 1/20/14 9:39am