Archive: February 7, 2010 - February 13, 2010
The Jets' victory legitimized the merger of the NFL and AFL and launched the newly merged league into an unprecedented stratosphere of popularity
By Leonard Shapiro | February 10, 2010; 12:31 PM ET | Comments (0)
Someone at the CBS Network ought to thank Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, James Harrison, Big Ben and Santonio Holmes for setting the table.
By Jason Maloni | February 10, 2010; 12:27 PM ET | Comments (2)
But it's not the most significant Super Bowl. Not even in the top five.
By Les Carpenter | February 10, 2010; 12:17 PM ET | Comments (15)
Despite ESPN's best efforts to make us forget sports pre-1999, Super Bowl III remains the most significant.
By Dave Goldberg | February 10, 2010; 12:16 PM ET | Comments (1)
How does XLIV stack up against other great Super Bowls? Vote now...
By Reader Poll | February 10, 2010; 12:10 PM ET | Comments (0)
Peyton Manning is perhaps the best regular season quarterback ever. Unfortunately, he's also a mediocre postseason quarterback,
By Chris Richardson | February 8, 2010; 7:20 PM ET | Comments (1)
Whether it's fair or not, the only thing that defines a quarterback's legacy is how many titles he racks up
By Anthony Stalter | February 8, 2010; 11:36 AM ET | Comments (2)
No, Manning doesn't deserve a hit to his legacy because of this Super Bowl. He was beaten by a better team.
By Doug Farrar | February 8, 2010; 11:14 AM ET | Comments (0)
Is the problem really Peyton, or is it us? Let's wait for that arc to complete before we pass judgment.
By Jason Maloni | February 8, 2010; 10:48 AM ET | Comments (1)
I hate the word "legacy'' in the context of sports, but...
By Dave Goldberg | February 8, 2010; 6:22 AM ET | Comments (4)
Peyton Manning is one of the best of all time, but will never be considered "THE BEST" until he has that defining moment and wins multiple Super Bowls.
By Robert Littal | February 8, 2010; 6:08 AM ET | Comments (19)