A party atmosphere enveloped the city as fans clad in team garb packed sidewalks and stood on tiptoe for a glimpse of quarterback Tom Brady, coach Bill Belichick and the rest of the team. Red, white and blue confetti rained down.
A Pittsburgh TV news producer who was fired for writing a graphic calling New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady a “known cheater” says he was just trying to have a little fun.
Naturally, Goodell was peppered with questions, some bordering on demands, to upgrade the officiating 10 days after a non-call late in the NFC championship game pretty much cost the Saints a spot in the Super Bowl.
Here’s a look at the Super Bowl viewing parties across the Las Vegas Valley, broken down by region.
Raiders owner Mark Davis still envisions his club playing its 2019 home games in the Bay Area, and the NFL is “hopeful” a resolution on an exact location will be made shortly, league commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday at his annual Super Bowl news conference.
The Review-Journal will once again compile a list of “Big Game” parties around the valley. The RJ will need your help to make it happen.
Las Vegas reportedly could be in line for a rotation of cities that hosts the Super Bowl every four years.
As many as 2 million fans are expected to turn out to honor the Philadelphia Eagles.
An estimated 103.4 million people watched the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, the smallest audience for television’s biggest yearly event since 2009.
Just as Nick Foles and the Eagles clinched a surprising 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots in Minneapolis for the team’s first Super Bowl title Sunday night, the scene more than 1,000 miles away in Philly was jubilation and pandemonium.