The Big Game is upon us. The event that more people watch, every year, than any other annually televised event. The Super Bowl is here!
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The final football game of the year always brings with it a reason to celebrate with some friends and family. Regardless of how many people you’re watching with having games around the game always make things better. Here are some ways to spice of your football party:
It’s hard to believe that it has been nearly 30 years since Joe Montana drove the 49ers the length of the field to hit John Taylor for a scoring strike with 0:32 on the clock, as San Francisco knocked off Cincinnati to win Super Bowl XXIII. Lost in one of the greatest comebacks in Super Bowl history was just how good the 1988 Bengals were as a football team.
The fantasy football season ends as the New Year begins. It’s sort of an awkward feeling, but it’s an annual ritual for owners and smart owners start their planning for the new season sooner rather than later.
Sunday is going to be fun. The Rams visit the Saints for the NFC title and the AFC Crown is on the line as the Chiefs welcome the Patriots in the nightcap. Get ready for the day of Championship games with just the facts, here at GetSportsInfo.com.
It’s Championship Weekend and we have a pair of conference titles are on the line. In Episode 86 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I give my takes on both games with some betting and fantasy tips and more. Continue reading
We’ve reached the Conference Championship round of the NFL Playoffs and there are four teams left standing. After a low-scoring first week of action the scoring picked up last weekend. Expect that trend to continue this time around.
There is so much hype built around Super Bowl Sunday each that sometimes the game is lost in the shuffle. Conference Championship Sunday features double the action and fewer glitz and glamour. It’s the reason it is actually my favorite football day of the year!
Divisional Round action wraps up on Sunday with two great matchups. The first game features the Chargers on the road at the Patriots followed by the Saints hosting the Eagles. The final two spots in the conference title games will be up for grabs.