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My Super Bowl in April

Seats can't go empty at the made-for-TV NFL draft, so the league holds a ticket lottery for fans to fill in the crowd. A Browns supporter shares his experience coming off the bench to attend the big show for the first time

A Super Bowl Redo

After experiencing the gut-punch of Super Bowl XLVIII in New York, two Broncos fans made Super Bowl 50 a family affair and experienced joy in more ways than one

Brady vs. Manning Episode XVII

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will meet for the 17th and possibly final time on Sunday, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. Here’s what fans on both sides of the storied rivalry are thinking going into the AFC title game

Requiem for a Bengals Fan

A quarter-century of heartbreak culminated in an unimaginably painful wild-card loss to the Steelers. For one man in love with the stripes, it was the final straw

The Steelers’ Burfict Ending

Landry Jones seemed to throw Pittsburgh’s season away with a soul-crushing interception, but the emotional roller coaster was only getting started. The final two minutes of the Steelers’ heart-pounding win over the Bengals has already entered Black-and-Gold lore

For Young Panthers Fans, It’s a Wonderful Life

Carolina’s explosive offense has taken Cam Newton’s ‘Sunday giveaway’ program to new levels this season. Here are the stories of three Panthers fans who’ve already checked off the first thing on their Christmas lists

‘The Worst Loss Ever’: AFC

Missed gimmes, blown coverages and bad calls—some of these NFL nightmares are so well-known they have their own nicknames and Wikipedia pages. While there’s no defined criteria to judge the worst loss ever, here are your most heartbreaking stories

‘The Worst Loss Ever’: NFC

Missed gimmes, blown coverages and bad calls—some of these NFL nightmares are so well-known they have their own nicknames and Wikipedia pages. While there’s no defined criteria to judge the worst loss ever, here are your most heartbreaking stories

Three Generations of Quarterbacks, Three Generations of Fans

Kevin Miller weathered the rain with his father and son at Lambeau Field for Brett Favre’s homecoming night, when the Miller men stood in awe as each saw his favorite quarterback—Starr, Favre, Rodgers—take the field. Plus, your responses to our Steelers fan’s Super Bowl XL column

Sorry, Seahawks: The Refs Didn’t Blow Super Bowl XL—You Did

As the Steelers and Seahawks are set to renew their Super Bowl XL rivalry this weekend, a Black and Gold fan living in Seattle lays out a completely objective forensic analysis of that controversial championship matchup from a decade ago and concludes that the 12s should stop their whining. What say you, Seattle?

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