When it comes to the actual game, New Jersey may have the distinction of hosting the most boring Super Bowl ever. The performances before the game and during halftime were awesome, but as for the game, it was downhill after the coin toss.
Whether you're a sports fan or not, the Super Bowl is more than just a football game. It's an event, and the numbers behind the Big Game are something to behold. WalletHub.com has taken a "by-the-numbers" look at the sporting spectacle.
The Super Bowl is just days away, and like many folks, I'll be heading out to a small party to watch the game. Except, like a lot of people, I'm not really going to watch the game. I'm going to see the funny commercials, the halftime show, and find out who won so I can contribute to th…
Super Bowl week is underway in New Jersey, and an estimated 181 million viewers won't be sparing any expense when it comes to watching the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks on television Sunday night.
Derrick Coleman is a fullback for the Super Bowl bound Seattle Seahawks. He received a heartwarming letter from a 9 year old New Jersey girl. You see, the two have something in common. Little Riley is hearing impaired, and Coleman is legally deaf.