This season, 6-foot-8 giant Nate Solder will replace veteran left tackle Matt Light on the Patriots’ offensive line. But, even though he was listed at 319 pounds last season, Solder’s frame wasn’t quite heavy enough for the position. So, as Only A Game’s Karen Given reports, Solder did what many pro athletes are doing. He hired a personal chef.
With its elaborate halftime show, over-the-top commercials and the surrounding media frenzy, the Super Bowl provides an unusual viewing experience. It’s even more unusual watching the game early in the morning in an an Irish pub in Kunming, China. Commentator Randy Hoover shares his story.
Super Bowl XLVI will be played this weekend in Indianapolis. In honor of the Big Game, we present Super Bowl Haiku XVIII, our 18th annual merging of American football and Japanese poetry.
The Patriots and Colts have been bitter AFC rivals for the better part of a decade. Now, the Patriots will be playing in the Super Bowl at the Colts’ home stadium.
In case you didn’t know, the Giants and Patriots will meet in the Super Bowl on Sunday. To preview the game, Bill Littlefield called on the expertise of Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com.
Tiffany & Co. redesigned the NFL’s conference championship trophies last season. With that in mind, we re-visit a 2009 story on the company from Only A Game’s Doug Tribou.
Sunday the New England Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL’s AFC Championship Game. The Patriots had gone three years without a playoff win before routing Denver last weekend. New England will tell anyone who listens that the past doesn’t matter. But as Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports … it does.
Nobody would deny that Boston is a sports town. But which sport? Bill Littlefield tackles the age-old question in his latest commentary.
The Patriots and Broncos met in Denver on December 18. Saturday, they meet in Foxborough and will battle for the right to advance to the AFC Championship game. Dave Krieger of the Denver Post joins us to discuss the game.
All 32 NFL teams are back in training camp, and coaches and trainers are finding out how well their players stayed conditioned during the lockout. We checked in with camps around the league to see how players and fans are reacting to the return to normalcy. Bill Littlefield reports.