Von Miller’s second strip-sack of Cam Newton, which led to a touchdown that put the game away, will probably end up being the only long-memorable play from this Super Bowl. Not just because it was a crucial swing, but because it’ll forever be open to interpretation. What was Cam thinking?
Cam Newton was named the NFL MVP at the league’s awards ceremony in San Francisco. His coach Ron Rivera was named Coach of the Year, while J.J. Watt won his third Defensive Player of the Year award.
Those little electric scooter thingies that everyone insists on calling hoverboards are a well-known menace, but that hasn’t stopped the Carolina Panthers from doing very unwise things with them.
"Analytical Ron" might be one of the worst nicknames ever. Ron Rivera is bad at nicknames. Stick to sports, guy. "Riverboat Ron" has the cool alliteration, and someone already made a sign for it.
Last week, the Giants were able to beat the Redskins by recognizing the coverage. Eli Manning knew he could hit Victor Cruz over the top because Washington, at the end of the game, was running the same schemes it had shown in the two-minute drill at the end of the first half. But even that was cutting-edge defense…
Carolina head coach Ron Rivera told reporters this afternoon that the Panthers' trick play against Houston yesterday was inspired by "The Annexation of Puerto Rico," the Fumblerooski play used at the end of the 1994 classic film Little Giants. Here's the play in question, which in the movie is called by "Nubie," a…