It's finally the day of the big showdown between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. If you haven't been listening to day after day of experts breaking down every part of the game, watch this video and get some fun information in under 2 minutes.
Nobody wants to go to a party to watch the big game and not know much more than who is playing. Luckily the number crunchers at WalletHub have put together this fun graphic of facts to give you all the information you'll need to be the expert at your party.
All week long we hear experts break down the battle between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos and make their predictions on how things will play out Sunday. Forget all that, the popular Madden video game has had the two teams play and the results are in.
Kenny Chesney spent some time off catching passes from the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year Russell Wilson last week. Before a show at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington on Saturday (June 1), the country singer worked out with the Seattle Seahawks football team.
There was a stir earlier today about an NFL rule that does allow the commissioner to overturn a play if a major injustice occurs during the course of a game. Today, the NFL reviewed the controversial Seattle touchdown and said there was not sufficient evidence to overturn the result of the game.
Been on Facebook yet today? You will no doubt see the rage from Packer's fans over the call last night that gave the Seahawks the win. Did you see the play? If not, here it is. Look at about 2:00 minutes into the YouTube video:
Signing an unproven backup to be your franchise quarterback can be a dicey proposition. Scott Mitchell anyone? Seattle needed a quarterback and now the Green Bay Packers need a backup.
The Seattle Seahawks are hoping another Green Bay backup turns into their franchise quarterback.