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    LOS ANGELES – The Cincinnati Bengals’ run to the Super Bowl has been one of the more magical journeys in recent memory and has come as a surprise to some – even former NFL star Carson Palmer. Led by quarterback Joe Burrow, the Bengals finished the season with wins in three out of their final four games and came away with three-point victories in the divisional and conference championship rounds. Burrow is in only his second season and is performing at a high level even after tearing his ACL and MCL in his knee in the middle of his rookie season. Palmer told Fox News Digital in a recent interview he was surprised by Burrow’s turnaround and the immediate success Cincinnati has had behind him. SUPER BOWL 2022: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE GAME Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow walks onto the field during the Super Bowl Opening Night Fan Rally at Paul Brown Stadium. (Katie Stratman-USA TODAY Sports) "I don't think anybody predicted this before the season started, especially because of how bad they were last year and...
    After back-to-back upset wins, the San Francisco 49ers are closing in on yet another trip to the Super Bowl.  Who in the world expected the San Francisco 49ers to be in this position right now? First, the 49ers took down the Cowboys in the Wild Card Round. Then, San Francisco absolutely stunned Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round. This has now set up a clash with the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game. If the 49ers pull off yet another upset, the organization will be able to celebrate its eighth trip to the Super Bowl.The 49ers have been to the Super Bowl seven times and won it in five seasonsAs things stand, San Francisco has been to the Super Bowl seven times, winning five times. The 49ers captured the glory in 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989 and 1994. Since then, the 49ers have gone back to the big game in 2012 and 2019, but they were unable to come out on top in those contests. Now for San Francisco, a win over the Rams...
    The Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to get back to the Super Bowl, but first, they’ll need to take down the Bengals on Sunday.  Following their unreal win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs are one step closer to getting back to the Super Bowl. The Chiefs, who won it all two years ago, are trying to get over the upset loss to Tom Brady and the Bucs last February. Could the Chiefs be going to the Super Bowl for the third straight season? If the team does capture the Lombardi Trophy, it will be the third championship season for this squad. But, how many times have the Chiefs made it to the big game?The Chiefs are hoping to reach the Super Bowl for the 4th time in team historyAs things stand, the Chiefs have been to the Super Bowl three times. Before these back-to-back trips, Kansas City last made it all the way back in 1970. That year, the team took down the Minnesota Vikings, 23-7. Then in 2020, KC made it back for the...
    Welcome to Plathvilles Ethan Plath Calls Wife Olivia a Beautiful Woman in Sweet Comment These are the best and worst states for working moms in 2021, according to new report The 2021 NFL schedule is peppered with games where a former franchise quarterback faces, and even visits, their old team. Tom Brady at New England. Cam Newton at Carolina. Matthew Stafford against Detroit. Sam Darnold vs. the New York Jets. Then there is this: Oct. 24 when Jared Goff leads his new team, the Lions, back to Los Angeles to take on his old team, the Rams, the franchise he led to the Super Bowl three seasons ago. It certainly won’t be the most hyped of these kinds of matchups. Goff will even be overshadowed in this game by the man he was traded for — Stafford, who is going against a Detroit team he quarterbacked for a dozen seasons. For Goff though, the game offers more than a chance to serve the Rams some how-do-you-like-me-now for a single week or suggest they made a mistake in trading him....
    JJ Watt is realizing just how crazy NFL free agency can be as he enters the fray for the first time in his professional career. “Free agency is wild,” the star defensive end wrote on Twitter Wednesday. Amid swirling rumors that Watt and Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson could be traded, Houston made the stunning move last Friday to cut the five-time Pro Bowler in the final season of a six-year, $100 million dollar deal. Considering Watt’s deal carried zero dead-cap liability in 2021, the decision came at no financial detriment to the Texans. Entering his 11th season in the NFL, Watt is still looking for his first Super Bowl title, and will likely pick his next landing spot with that in mind. He could join his two younger brothers on the Steelers, the reigning Super Bowl 2021 champion Buccaneers, the highly competitive Bills or his home-state Green Bay Packers. He’s reportedly “seriously considering” the Browns, and ex-teammate DeAndre Hopkins is recruiting him for a reunion with the Cardinals.
    More On: JJ Watt JJ Watt recruitment picking up among NFL stars JJ Watt causes stir by using Jets coach’s mantra on Instagram JJ Watt seriously considering a very awkward next team TJ Watt already recruiting brother JJ to the Steelers JJ Watt is realizing just how crazy NFL free agency can be as he enters the fray for the first time in his professional career. “Free agency is wild,” the star defensive end wrote on Twitter Wednesday. Amid swirling rumors that Watt and Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson could be traded, Houston made the stunning move last Friday to cut the five-time Pro Bowler in the final season of a six-year, $100 million dollar deal. Considering Watt’s deal carried zero dead-cap liability in 2021, the decision came at no financial detriment to the Texans. Entering his 11th season in the NFL, Watt is still looking for his first Super Bowl title, and will likely pick his next landing spot with that in mind. He could join his two younger brothers on the Steelers, the reigning Super Bowl 2021 champion...
    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes endured a tough outing in Super Bowl LV. It was apparent that the Super Bowl LIV MVP was playing with an apparent toe injury. He was limping during the start of the game itself. However, the Buccaneers defense brought their A-game and managed to neutralize any offensive move from the visitors. Patrick Mahomes could only complete 26 of his 49 attempted passes on Sunday night, throwing for 270 yards. But on a rare note, the Chiefs quarterback failed to throw a single passing touchdown. He did throw 2 interceptions though as the Chiefs succumbed to a 9-31 loss against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. ALSO READ – Super Bowl LV: Shannon Sharpe Lashes Out at Chiefs Defense After Horrendous First Half Display Patrick Mahomes vows to fight back after Super Bowl LV loss Despite a poor stat line, Mahomes was the only positive for the Chiefs last night. He gave his all while playing under physical strain but did not get any backing from his offensive teammates like Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, or...
    Pfizer expects to cut COVID vaccine production time by almost 50% Live politics updates: Arizona Senate threatens contempt charge for Maricopa County officials over election audit Ranking every Super Bowl game from best to worst: Seahawks have been on both ends There was a time when Super Bowl dramatics were few and far between. But for most of the past two decades, the game has usually managed to live up to its perpetual hype. With the Chiefs and Buccaneers now set to meet in Super Bowl LV, here are my all-time Super Sunday rankings (season noted in parentheses): NFLs past and current stars cant recall Tom Bradys first Super Bowl USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Super Bowl LV: Big game preview CBS News Long Island Officials Urge People To Stay Home On Super Bowl Sunday CBS New York Jim Gaffigan on Super Bowl LV: The GOAT vs. the Kid CBS News Josh Seftel and his mother talk Tom Brady CBS News ...
    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The Super Bowl is going to look different this year for three friends who’ve attended every installment of the big game. But Don Crisman, Tom Henschel and Gregory Eaton have tickets in hand and say they will be there, as they have every year since the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game in 1967. The trio, who range in age from 79 to 84, are among an ever-shrinking group of fans who have witnessed every Super Bowl in person. They normally use the event as a chance to catch up with each other, but this time they’re working coronavirus-era precautions into the trip. They’ll settle for an outdoor lunch while seated several feet apart to meet up this year. In the stands, they’ll be seated several rows apart. “Of course I’m concerned. Who wouldn’t be? My doctor’s concerned. He said don’t go,” said Crisman, 84, of Kennebunk, Maine. Crisman, who is flying from Boston to the game site of Tampa, Florida, hasn’t been on a plane since his return trip from last year’s Super Bowl. He’s bringing...
    (CNN)The NFL wants to honor health care workers by inviting some -- who've had their Covid-19 vaccines -- to Super Bowl LV.Frontline health care workers are "true American heroes," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on a Wednesday call with reporters, adding he hopes to invite vaccinated employees of Florida hospitals to the big game, both to honor them and to promote vaccinations, which began rolling out in the US this week. We expect this to get harder. For the NFL, its Super Bowl or bust as the pandemic rages"As we all know, these frontline workers are the true American heroes, and we owe them our ongoing gratitude," Goodell said. "We also know that we need to rely on them for months to come to distribute vaccines and continue to treat all of those that are ill from Covid and other illnesses."The idea still needs health care authorities' approval.Wednesday's meeting with team owners mainly focused on coronavirus. Goodell praised the league for its Covid-19 protocols and highlighted that positive coronavirus test results within the NFL declined by roughly half in consecutive...
    “Throw me the ball!” Golden Tate yelled those words into the television camera after his difficult toe-tapping touchdown catch in the fourth quarter Monday nearly saved the Giants from a 25-23 loss to the Buccaneers, but now it’s fair to wonder if it was his goodbye message. Especially if it is interpreted as frustration with turnover-prone quarterback Daniel Jones. “This guy comes to work every day with a good attitude,” coach Joe Judge said. “We have a lot of fun with him, and he’s been productive for us. I thought it was a heck of a catch down the stretch.” Tate was clear when he entered free agency in 2019 that he wanted to chase a second Super Bowl ring in the twilight of his career. While it is unknown what other offers he had, Tate signing a four-year, $37.5 million contract with the Giants in the aftermath of trading away Odell Beckham Jr. immediately felt like a mismatch. The Giants haven’t won a playoff game since 2011, own the NFL’s worst record (13-45) since 2017 and are 3-15 with...
    “Throw me the ball!” Golden Tate yelled those words into the television camera after his difficult toe-tapping touchdown catch in the fourth quarter Monday nearly saved the Giants from a 25-23 loss to the Buccaneers, but now it’s fair to wonder if it was his goodbye message. Especially if it is interpreted as frustration with turnover-prone quarterback Daniel Jones. “This guy comes to work every day with a good attitude,” coach Joe Judge said. “We have a lot of fun with him, and he’s been productive for us. I thought it was a heck of a catch down the stretch.” Tate was clear when he entered free agency in 2019 that he wanted to chase a second Super Bowl ring in the twilight of his career. While it is unknown what other offers he had, Tate signing a four-year, $37.5 million contract with the Giants in the aftermath of trading away Odell Beckham Jr. immediately felt like a mismatch. The Giants haven’t won a playoff game since 2011, own the NFL’s worst record (13-45) since 2017 and are 3-15 with...
    Getty Head coach Matt Nagy of the Chicago Bears and head coach Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs. Demetrius Harris already seems quite comfortable in Chicago. The new Bears tight end spoke with the media about his new team via Zoom last week, and he had more than a few encouraging things to say. The six-year vet will begin year seven in Chicago, his third team, where he will be reunited with Bears head coach Matt Nagy. Harris spent his first five seasons with Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs before heading to Cleveland to play for the Browns last year. Nagy was on the coaching staff four of his five years with Kansas City, and after a ho-hum season with the Browns, Harris is ready to be back in an offense that’s familiar to him. “I’m so happy to be back in this offense, because I know it in and out,” Harris said about Nagy’s scheme. Harris also noted he is looking to expand his role this upcoming season. He has only caught 72 passes in his career,...
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