Seattle and Denver have more history between them than most Super Bowl opponents, but most of it happened when they were both in the AFC West. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on the rivalry’s roots.
Super Bowl XLVIII is almost here. The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will meet in New Jersey on Sunday. CBS Sports columnist Gregg Doyel joins Bill for a preview and shares his prediction.
On Sunday the Broncos and Seahawks will meet in the Super Bowl. According to Bill, if you aren’t watching the game, you’ve missed out on February’s greatest event.
The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos have played some terrific football this season, but more importantly, they’ve been the source of some excellent segments on our show! Ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup, we look back at some of our favorites.
As the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks get ready to face off in the Super Bowl, Bill Littlefield takes a look at a critical aspect of that upcoming game: each team’s fan rap song.
At the start of the NFL season, would you have paid $50 to guarantee yourself a face-value Super Bowl ticket … but only if your favorite team made it? Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on a ticket sales system that banks on hope.
In 2013, NFL kickers were successful on 99.6 percent of extra point attempts. Is it time to change the rules? NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell thinks it might be. But long snapper Nick Sundberg says: Not so fast.
The NFL’s settlement with former players suffering from the effects of concussions is on hold. Judge Anita Brody wants more proof that the proposed $765 million is enough. ESPN’s Mark Fainaru-Wada joins Bill to discuss the proceedings.
Four teams are left. But who will advance to the Super Bowl? CBS Sports national columnist Gregg Doyel makes his picks and tells us which coach might be the greatest of all time. Hint: it’s not Bill Belichick.
Just before the current NFL season began, the league agreed to pay $765-million in compensation for post-concussion disorders. This week the judge examining the terms of that settlement said, “Not so fast.” Bill Littlefield is among those anticipating a better deal for the retired players.