Tag: Super Bowl

Tom Brady Becomes First Active AARP Member to Win Super Bowl MVP

by Alex Poletti
Photo by CBS Sports

Tom Brady had something to prove this season, leaving the New England Patriots for the greener pastures of Tampa Bay. He has more than silenced his critics, winning his seventh Super Bowl and becoming the first active AARP member to be named the game’s MVP. Continue reading “Tom Brady Becomes First Active AARP Member to Win Super Bowl MVP”

Eagles Looking at Middle School Coaches to Replace Doug Pederson

by Alex Poletti
Photo by AP 

Despite coaching Philadelphia to their first Super Bowl victory, a series of lackluster seasons has caused the Eagles to part ways with Doug Pederson. Famously, Pederson had only coached at the high school level when he signed on with the Eagles as the Offensive quality control coordinator in 2009, and the Eagles decided to ramp up this strategy by only interviewing middle school coaches to replace him. Continue reading “Eagles Looking at Middle School Coaches to Replace Doug Pederson”

New York Jets Fire Adam Gase in Fancy Restaurant So He Won’t Make a Scene

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Ron Chenoy 

In a move the football world has seen coming since before the season began, the New York Jets have decided to part ways with head coach Adam Gase after an abysmal season. Hoping to avoid making a scene, the Jets decided to conduct this meeting at a fancy restaurant. Continue reading “New York Jets Fire Adam Gase in Fancy Restaurant So He Won’t Make a Scene”

Football Team Somehow Least Embarrassing Thing in Washington DC This Week

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

There’s been a reversal of fortune in the nation’s capital this week, as—thanks to an unexpected playoff berth and a LOT of help from a select group of people—the Washington Football Team is no longer the least embarrassing thing in their city. Continue reading “Football Team Somehow Least Embarrassing Thing in Washington DC This Week”

Looking to Avoid Going to Jacksonville, Trevor Lawrence Takes Notes from Tua, Dislocates and Fractures Hip

by Alex Poletti
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Realizing his chance of playing for a good football team are evaporating the further Clemson gets into the College Football Playoffs, generational quarterback talent Trevor Lawrence took a page from Tua Tagovailoa’s playbook and severely fractured his hip to drop a few spots in the draft following a 49-28 loss against Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl. Continue reading “Looking to Avoid Going to Jacksonville, Trevor Lawrence Takes Notes from Tua, Dislocates and Fractures Hip”

BREAKING: Dwayne Haskins Signs with Washington Professional Strip Club

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Scott Galvin, USA TODAY Sports

Despite an unceremonious end to his tenure with the Washington Football Team, former first round pick Dwayne Haskins didn’t stay on the market for long, signing with the Washington Professional Strip Club, the premier gentlemen’s club in the nation’s capital. Continue reading “BREAKING: Dwayne Haskins Signs with Washington Professional Strip Club”

Taysom Hill Hopes to Fill Lamar Jackson’s Mold of Quarterback Who Really Should Just Be a Wide Receiver

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty

Flex player extraordinaire Taysom Hill told reporters that he wants to be a quarterback in the NFL, even if it means leaving the New Orleans Saints. As a role model, he looks to unanimous MVP Lamar Jackson, who was profiled by some as more of a wide receiver coming out of the draft; however, he differs from the Ravens QB, as Hill has the potential to actually stay a receiver. Continue reading “Taysom Hill Hopes to Fill Lamar Jackson’s Mold of Quarterback Who Really Should Just Be a Wide Receiver”

EA Removes Patrick Mahomes from ‘Madden 20’ Cover Following Super Bowl Success

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Joe Burbank

After winning MVP honors at Super Bowl LIV, video game company Electronic Arts has removed Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes from the cover of their football video game ‘Madden 20,’ citing his playoff success being incongruent with what they expect from their cover athletes.

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Antonio Brown Accuses NFL of Conspiracy After Not Winning Walter Payton Man of the Year Award

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Michael Reaves / Getty Images file

Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown spoke out on Tuesday, accusing the league of conspiracy after he was, in his eyes, snubbed for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, which was presented to Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell on Saturday for his excellence on and off the field. Continue reading “Antonio Brown Accuses NFL of Conspiracy After Not Winning Walter Payton Man of the Year Award”

Patrick Mahomes Forgets He Has to Try for First Three Quarters of Super Bowl

by Alex Poletti
Photo by Charlie Neibergall/AP Photo

Despite already having an MVP award to his name, it seems that Super Bowl LIV champion Patrick Mahomes still has a lot to learn about the game of football. The superstar quarterback tells The Second String that he forgot he was supposed to try during the first three quarters of Sunday’s big game against the San Francisco 49ers, forcing him to do all the work in the final quarter of the game.

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