Washington (CNN)New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady said he believes President Donald Trump's comments about NFL players are "divisive" and on Monday said he supports those NFL players who are protesting during the national anthem.
HOUSTON – Down 25 points in the third quarter, Tom Brady delivered the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history on Sunday, befitting of his status as greatest quarterback of all time.
While football fans everywhere are eager to find out if the Atlanta Falcons or the New England Patriots will reign supreme at the Super Bowl, pop culture aficionados have more pressing matters to focus their attention on, like Lady Gaga‘s highly anticipated halftime performance.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines on Friday when, before a preseason game against the Packers, Kaepernick sat in protest during the playing of the national anthem.
We are now in the home stretch as we approach Super Bowl LI and the experts have all spoken. The New England Patriots enter the game as a 3-point favorite over the Atlanta Falcons, exactly where the line opened two weeks ago.
When it was eventually decided that the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots would be the two teams competing in Super Bowl LI, my immediate thought was, “Great, another Patriots Super Bowl.” Outside of New Englanders, many football fans probably had the same reaction, but just because the Pats are playing in their seventh Super Bowl since 2002 and shooting for a fifth Lombardi Trophy doesn't mean the game will be a ho-hum affair.
Super Bowl 50 wasn’t pretty, but it was entertaining for those of us who love a good, old-fashioned defensive slug fest.
The Denver Broncos prevailed over the Carolina Panthers by a score of 24-10, thanks to an outstanding defensive effort by Von Miller and Co.