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Monday Morning Quarterback
Now It Gets Real
Now It Gets Real
It was Touch-Down—not Touchdown—Sunday, as the Seahawks and Broncos arrived in New Jersey to launch Super Bowl week. But if you thought Richard Sherman was going to step off the plane making headlines, think again. Lots about the next seven days will be crazy, but it's safe to say he won't be
By Peter King
Super Bowl Breakdown
The Starry Seven
The Starry Seven
We all know about the Broncos offense. But even without Von Miller, it's been the team's front seven that has been a dominant force in propelling Denver to Super Bowl 48. Do they have one more great game in them?
By Peter King
Super Bowl Breakdown
The Unstoppable Force vs. The Immovable Object
The Unstoppable Force vs. The Immovable Object
Sometimes, the obvious storyline entering a game isn't the most important or impactful one. But Seattle's Super Bowl 48 hopes really do rest on whether its secondary can stop Peyton Manning and the Broncos' vaulted passing game
By Peter King
Game Plan
Pot Roast Will Be Served
Pot Roast Will Be Served
His name is Terrance Knighton. If you don't know him yet, you may be very familiar with him a week from Monday. Knighton is going to be a big part—both literally and figuratively—in stopping Marshawn Lynch and making things difficult on the Seahawks offense
By Peter King
Window Into the Weekend
The X-Factors
The X-Factors
You know about Peyton Manning, Marshawn Lynch and the other marquee players who will take the field in Super Bowl 48. But don't count out these two sleepers to make an impact on whether their teams will hoist the Lombardi
By Peter King
Mediaville
What’s It Like to Cover the Super Bowl?
What's It Like to Cover the Super Bowl?
The chance for snow. The guarantee of a circus. Tracking down stories and the fight for access. We polled five NFL beat writers well-versed in the experience of the Super Bowl from the media side about what their week will be like when the madness descends upon New York
By Richard Deitsch
Open Field
Russellmania
Russellmania
Starbucks. The Space Needle. Ken Griffey Jr. Russell Wilson. Yes, the Seahawks' second-year QB is already rising to that level of fame and adoration in Seattle. Winning early and often helps, of course, but it runs deeper than that. We tried to learn more about the love affair
By Jenny Vrentas
Monday Morning Quarterback
Welcome to New York
Welcome to New York
You've heard the story tons of times by now, but that doesn’t make it any less spectacular. Twenty-two months ago, Peyton Manning came to Denver, not knowing how, or if, his tale would continue. Now he prepares to take over the Big Apple, one win away from winning that elusive second Lombardi. He'll stare down the loquacious Richard Sherman, who made headlines of his own Sunday, and the Seahawks
By Peter King