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From I to XLVIII
From I to XLVIII
Legendary photographer Walter Iooss Jr., who shot the Super Bowl I cover for Sports Illustrated, worked from an unusual perch in the stands for Broncos-Seahawks—and ended up with yet another SI SB cover, his 13th
By Emily Kaplan
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48 and Counting
48 and Counting
Not many people have seen all 48 Super Bowls, and fewer have seen them all from the sideline. Photographer John Biever’s been there, done that, and here’s what Broncos-Seahawks looked like through his lens
By Emily Kaplan
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Lair of the Beast
Lair of the Beast
Photographers Robert Beck and Rod Mar had their eyes on Marshawn Lynch as he went Beast Mode—again—versus the Saints. A look at what’s in store for San Francisco? Check out the gallery.
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Yep, He Got the Foot Down
Yep, He Got the Foot Down
Sometimes the play comes to you—in the Niners-Panthers game, photographer Simon Bruty got an up-close look at the Vernon Davis TD that was originally ruled out. Here’s the sequence • PHOTOGRAPHS BY SIMON BRUTY/SI
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Frozen In Time
Frozen In Time
Photographer Simon Bruty braved the conditions at Lambeau for 49ers-Packers to capture another postseason classic on the frozen tundra
By Emily Kaplan
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2013 Photos of the Year
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The Best of 2013: A Season in Pictures
The Best of 2013: A Season in Pictures
The 2013 NFL campaign through the eyes of SI’s photographers
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A Whiteout in Week 14
The Week 14 Whiteout
Photographer Al Tielemans didn’t bargain for a blizzard when he went to Philly to shoot Lions-Eagles. But poor conditions can sometimes offer rich results
By Emily Kaplan
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Nick Foles Makes History—And Nice Pictures
Nick Foles Makes History—And Nice Pictures
SI photographer Jed Jacobsohn was at the Oakland Coliseum on another assignment, but when the Eagles QB started firing touchdown passes in bunches, Jacobsohn switched gears quickly
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Scenes from a Victory
Scenes from a Victory
Photographer Rod Mar was up close with the Seahawks, off the field and on, for their statement win against the 49ers