C.J. Anderson’s short tenure with the Raiders was long enough for coach Jon Gruden to leave a lasting impression.
The cities represented by Sunday’s Super Bowl contenders have cuisines that are far more complex and interesting than clam chowder, baked beans, French dip sandwiches and Dodger dogs.
Enjoying a beer or two (or more) is probably more of a Super Bowl tradition than betting on the coin toss, critiquing the halftime show or shouting profanities at the referees. So deciding which beer to offer at your Super Bowl party can be an important part of the planning.
New England will make its 11th appearance in a season’s final game Sunday, when it meets the Rams in Super Bowl LIII at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and yet it’s really only the last nine trips that seem to stick in those collective craws of jealousy.