Super Bowl opening Headlines

  • Maroon 5, an extremely Super Bowl halftime band, will perform Super Bowl 53 halftime show in Atlanta

    The NFL isn’t going with Outkast or any other Atlanta-based musicians for Super Bowl 53. Super Bowl 53 will be played in Atlanta, but the NFL isn’t going with Outkast or any other Georgia natives for the halftime show. Instead, it’ll be Maroon 5 performing on the big stage in February, according to a report from Variety. As pointed out by Variety, many of Maroon 5’s biggest hits have included other popular music stars such as Cardi B, Sza, Kendrick Lamar, and Future, so it wouldn’t be surprising...

    SBNation.com
  • Who Are This Year's Early Super Bowl Favorites?

    Week 3 became an upset special with underdogs knocking off heavy favorites—some of them potential Super Bowl contenders. The Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots lost to the winless Buffalo Bills and Detroit Lions, respectively...

    Bleacher Report
  • The Super Bowl Halftime Show The Way It Should Be

    Maroon 5? Uh, no. Here’s what a real halftime show would look like with some locally relevant acts next February

    SI.com
  • The Eagles Have Officially Lost Their Super Bowl Mojo

    To win a Super Bowl, a team must achieve a perfect blend of top-end talent and good coaching while catching lightning in a bottle with some fortunate play and overall health...

    Bleacher Report
  • Maroon 5 to Perform at Super Bowl Halftime

    Maroon 5 will be the halftime performers at the 2019 Super Bowl, multiple sources confirm to Variety. While the group is stylistically more similar to recent performers like Justin Timberlake and B…

    Variety
  • 'This is our Super Bowl': why do reporters go into the eye of the storm?

    In extreme weather events, viewers can count on seeing a reporter battling conditions, but it could put people at risk Viewers tuned to CNN early on Wednesday afternoon were confronted with striking footage. As Hurricane Michael struck Florida, reporters were on hand, to convey information about the extreme conditions. They were also there to show the conditions at work. Storm reporting is one of the rare events in journalism where a reporter’s physical body becomes an informational tool. “I’ve...

    the Guardian
  • Super Bowl hangover is real, just look at the Eagles

    The Super Bowl hangover is as real as that shiny Lombardi Trophy teams hoist in their moments of euphoria every winter. A month into the 2018 season, the Eagles, struggling at 2-2 as they play the Vikings on Sunday in Philadelphia, do not appear to be immune from the sometimes-season-debilitating condition. Through the first four...

    nypost.com
  • Super Bowl hangover is real, just look at the Eagles

    The Super Bowl hangover is as real as that shiny Lombardi Trophy teams hoist in their moments of euphoria every winter. A month into the 2018 season, the Eagles, struggling at 2-2 as they play the Vikings on Sunday in Philadelphia, do not appear to be immune from the sometimes-season-debilitating condition. Through the first four...

    New York Post
  • Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Window Is Closing—And Fast

    The Pittsburgh Steelers no longer operate on a Super Bowl standard. The team's current trajectory doesn't even place them in the playoff picture let alone challenging for a championship...

    Bleacher Report
  • All that stands between Jets and early spiral: a Super Bowl threat

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jets opened the season with three games in 11 days. Now, they’ve had 10 days to prepare for their next game, but it may be their toughest yet. Gang Green heads to the Sunshine State on Sunday afternoon for a showdown with the 2-1 Jaguars. The 1-2 Jets have lost consecutive...

    New York Post
  • Court to hear arguments in Super Bowl ticket lawsuit

    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey's Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in a lawsuit that claims the NFL violated state consumer fraud laws with its...

    Mail Online
  • Court to examine NFL's Super Bowl ticketing policies

    The NFL's Super Bowl ticketing policies will be put under a microscope this week when New Jersey's Supreme Court considers claims that the league violated state consumer fraud laws leading up to the 2014 game at MetLife Stadium. If Josh Finkelman's challenge succeeds and the case ultimately...

    ABC News
  • Reich downplays reunion with defending Super Bowl champs

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Frank Reich has the inside track on Philadelphia. He coached the quarterbacks, helped construct one of the league's most innovative offenses and worked closely with defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz before leaving for Indianapolis in February. On Sunday, the Colts are hoping Reich's knowledge could give them a ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Maroon 5 Expected to Perform at Super Bowl LIII

    Super Bowl LIII is scheduled for February 3, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia, and Maroon 5 has been slotted to headline the historic halftime show, reports Variety. Variety points out that Adam Levine and the crew garner mainstream appeal, especially with standout collaborations with other artists like Cardi B on “Girls Like You,” SZA with “What […]

    Highsnobiety
  • Maroon 5 Performing At 2019 Super Bowl: Reports

    "The Voice" coach and his bandmates are set to rock the halftime show.

    HuffPost
  • Maroon 5 to perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show

    Adam Levine and his band will take the field.

    Page Six
  • Joe Namath and 1969 Super Bowl champions honored by Jets

    Joe Namath Broadway Joe held court at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., on Sunday as part of the Jets' 50th anniversary celebration of the franchise's only Super Bowl title. And, the former quarterback thinks the fans won't have to wait another 50 years to see another title. "I'm as optimistic as I could possibly be," Namath said a few hours before the Jets' defeated Indianapolis 42-34. "Over the years, players come and go, ownership changes, coaches change, but the fans have been...

    SFGate
  • Jets celebrate 50th Super Bowl anniversary, have faith in future

    They couldn’t have known at the time it would be the franchise’s last trip to the Super Bowl for at least 50 years, but the 1968 Jets certainly cherished it like it might be. Being 18-point underdogs will do that. The Jets entered Super Bowl III against the heavily-favored Colts and lived up to Joe...

    New York Post
  • Eagles struggling post Super Bowl, Giants still losing

    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - After turning over half their roster, it's not surprising the New York Giants are losing. The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are another story. They were expected to make a run at being the first team to repeat since the New England Patriots won ...

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  • Eagles struggling post Super Bowl, Giants still losing

    After turning over half their roster, it's not surprising the New York Giants are losing. The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are another story. They were expected to make … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Sri Lanka bowls 1st in ODI series opener against England

    DAMBULLA, Sri Lanka (AP) - Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal won the toss and chose to bowl first against England on Wednesday in the opener of a five-match...

    Mail Online
  • Giants' Connor Barwin was happy Eagles won Super Bowl

    Ex-Eagles defensive end Connor Barwin will face his former team as a member of the New York Giants on Thursday. Watch video PHILADELPHIA -- Connor Barwin surveyed the Eagles' Super Bowl parade from the comfort of his own home. He followed it on Twitter, and then watched as Jason Kelce took the podium in a full Mummers outfit and passionately spoke in his now-famous speech on the art museum steps. Barwin called it "perfect." The 31-year-old Giants...

    www.nj.com
  • Why this is Drew Brees' best shot to win another Super Bowl

    Now that one major NFL record is out of the way, it's time for the Saints and future Hall of Fame QB to focus on a title run while the getting is good.

    ESPN.com
  • Rams are the top Super Bowl contender. But KC isn't far behind.

    Five weeks into the NFL season, two teams have separated from the rest of the league.

    www.washingtonpost.com