NFL Divisional Monday Review: A crazy comeback, two foes lock horns to the end again

Sean Mortell recounts the action of an engrossing day of NFL playoffs.

Hey Dude Don’t Dis the 12

David P tackles the latest example of pure fanaticism from The Seattle 12

Almanac NFL: Wild momentum, but Seahawks fall short.

Paul Campbell reports on the Seahawks’ almost comeback against the Panthers.

Pigskin Almanac: The underdogs who won the Superbowl

Some of the most memorable sporting contests in history have been provided by NFL Super Bowl contests. Pigskin fan Logan R. Grayson recalls famous underdog wins in the NFL’s ‘big dance.’

Super Bowl XLIX: “It Was the Butler in the Stadium…”

Hamish Neal and Alex Malyon break down Super Bowl XLIX (49) and wonder what comes next for Russell Wilson. Why no audible will be the question debated for years to come.

Super Bowl XLIX: The Time Has Come

Justin Fris was one of the millions around the world glued to a television screen to watch Super Bowl XLIX. Justin presents the view from Gilligan’s Pub in Cairns.

Breakfast With the Goodfellas: Asian Cup, Australian Open tennis and Super Bowl XLIX Previews Episode

As a huge weekend of sport gets underway, Dr Cruel and Stone Cold Steve Baker get together for a bite of brekky at Mileto’s in Windsor and chat about the Asian Cup final between the Socceroos and South Korea, the Australian Open finals and Monday morning’s Super Bowl.

Almanac Weekend Reading

Another great weekend of elite-level international sporting events and some great reading to get you in the mood for the contest,

The Nick Davis scale: Packers edition

Plenty of “Kearsing” from Kyle Pollard as he watches his Green Bay Packers, while comparing them to his Geelong Cats. Both are troubled by Hawks.

American Football: Seahawks open the NFL Season

Ed Wyatt reports on the first day of the new NFL season: Seattle Seahawks v Green Bay Packers.

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Super Bowl Snooze Fest

Seattle leaves the best till last, writes long-time NFL fan Tony Reed, but in the end the Superbowl is a flop.