For many in the sports world, the Super Bowl is the pinnacle. While much of the day is spent celebrating nachos, Bud Light, and extraneous topics unrelated to football, the amazing acts that occur on the field are what get remembered. Let’s take a look at five unbreakable records and feats that have occurred in Super Bowl history.
The playoffs are where legends are born, and there are some NFL playoff records that will likely never be matched. There are single-game performances that blow the mind and remarkable cumulative records. Here the most untouchable records in NFL playoff history.
The NFL Playoffs are where legacies are made. Regular season excellence is admired, but postseason performances are adored. Let’s take a look at my five greatest NFL Playoff performances of all time.
Every week we sit down with BetAmerica Extra columnists Ashley Anderson, James Scully and Scott Shapiro to discuss the latest news from around the NFL. This week they weigh in on Tom Brady's future in New England, The Bill's offseason plans, and whether Mike McCarthy can guide the Cowboys to the Super Bowl.
The first round of the 2019 playoffs kicked off in electrifying fashion, with two overtime nail-biters, three road team victories, and the possible end to a dynasty. Here are four takeaways from Wild Card weekend as we look ahead to the Divisional round on Saturday.
With what seems to be their new annual tradition of losing to the Miami Dolphins out of the way, the New England Patriots turn their attention to the NFL Wild Card Weekend and a matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Last year, Patriots receiver Julian Edelman told doubters to “bet against us.” Here are three reasons why you shouldn’t do that.
In perhaps the most bewildering result of the 2019 season, the Patriots were handed a 27-24 defeat in Foxborough courtesy of the Miami Dolphins, who finished the campaign 5-11. That knocked New England’s record down to 12-4, but more importantly, allowed the Chiefs to sneak into the playoffs as a two-seed and secure a first-round bye after their Week 17 defeat of the Chargers.
For the second time this season, the Patriots (12-3) eked out a one-score victory over the Bills. The Week 16 triumph secured New England their 11th consecutive division title and dropped their Super Bowl odds from +485 to +460.
On Sunday one team reclaimed the top spot in the NFC, while last year's Super Bowl winner continued to spiral downward. With three weeks to go in the 2019 NFL regular season, here are five takeaways from Week 14.
This weekend’s late afternoon slate gives us a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship game, and a matchup between the second and third favorites to win the AFC this season per BetAmerica’s futures. New England (+160 to win the conference) will host Kansas City (+550) on Sunday afternoon in a game that will see one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history face off against one of one of the league’s future faces.