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Super Bowl 49
Where Does It Come From?
Where Does It Come From?
This idea, that he can accomplish anything he wants on the gridiron. We traced Russell Wilson's roots, from Richmond to Raleigh to Madison to Seattle, to figure out just how he willed himself to the top of the football world
By Robert Klemko
Super Bowl 49
Why the Patriots Will Win
Why the Patriots Will Win
In a very evenly matched Super Bowl between the NFL’s two top teams—and led by the league’s best coaches—give the slight edge to New England in what promises to be a hard-hitting, low-scoring affair Sunday in Arizona
By Greg A. Bedard
Going Long
Inside Belichick’s Library
Inside Belichick’s Library
The hundreds of books, many collected by his father, that played a role in shaping the strategies and philosophies of Bill Belichick
By Jenny Vrentas
Business of Football
The NFL’s Reality TV Mess
The NFL’s Reality TV Mess
PSI: New England and Saints Family Feud—as engrossing as anything the networks can concoct—pull back the curtain on the internal pressures and paranoia pervading the NFL
By Andrew Brandt
Deep Dive
Containing Russell Wilson
Containing Russell Wilson
The key to winning the Super Bowl for the Patriots will depend on their ability to keep Seattle's QB under wraps. Here's how New England's defense could do it
By Andy Benoit
Podcast
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Super Bowl 49 Preview
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Super Bowl 49 Preview
Andy previews the big game, breaks down individual matchups that will decide the game and gives his take on Deflategate
By Andy Benoit
Tuesday Mailbag
The Super Bowl Mailbag
The Super Bowl Mailbag
The vibe in Phoenix is ominous, thanks to Deflategate and Patriots owner Bob Kraft challenging the NFL to prove his team did anything wrong. Plus readers' questions on Jonas Gray, the Browns' luck and moving the big game to Saturday
By Peter King
On Further Review
Deflategate Will Be a Complicated Investigation
Deflategate Will Be a Complicated Investigation
In the mystery of the inflation levels of footballs, many key pieces of information are missing. The NFL's hired investigators will have to rely on forensic evidence to find the truth, along with getting a buttoned-up organization to be forthcoming
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
A Super Bowl Comeback
A Super Bowl Comeback
Eight years removed from being told he’d never again ref in the NFL, Bill Vinovich is preparing to officiate the sport’s biggest game. A look at his remarkable story, plus more on the Patriots’ Deflategate response and 10 things I think in Phoenix
By Peter King
Going Long
Football’s Focus Group
Football’s Focus Group
The ultimate outsider—an Englishman who never played the game—abandoned a profitable business to run an NFL advanced stats website. In just a few years he’s gone from 80 page views a week to overseeing an international staff of 80 that’s helping to transform the league
By Jenny Vrentas