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Tag Archives: nfl
A fun video from Pixar’s Brave takes on the NFL Draft. Look close for some new footage too. Who is your team?
NFL World Champion New York Giant’s & two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning managed to put in an appearance as scheduled after winning Super Bowl XLVI and recording the world famous “What Are You Going To Do Next?” commercial. Why … Continue reading
The 2012 46th Super Bowl was eerily similar to the 2008 game, it featured an amazing acrobatic catch and the winning team is once again the New York Giants over the New England Patriots. Once again Eli Manning was voted … Continue reading
A song based on a theme from country music legend Hank Williams Jr, has been the theme song of Monday Night Football (on ABC and then EPSN) for 23 seasons, but “Are You Ready For Some Football” won’t be heard … Continue reading
Monday Night Football will remain on ESPN through the 2021 NFL season under a new eight-year agreement between ESPN and the National Football League worth over $1.9 billion a year. The agreement, which begins in 2014, includes eight full seasons … Continue reading