Archive for the ‘Super Bowl’ Category

A “Power surge” (or the illuminati) caused the lights to go out in t he 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XLVII. The issue took a little over a half hour of time to resolve, and resulted in a number of wonderfully half-lit pictures.

All images courtesy Getty.

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It’s nearly here. Super Bowl XLVII isn’t devoid of storylines. Brothers, Ray Lewis, and Joe Flacco’s coronation are plots worth following this weekend. While living in the past is not recommended, we’d be remiss to not mention the Super Bowl’s that have laid the groundwork for tomorrow’s spectacle. Forget the games, we want collectibles. The following could be yours if the price is right.

 

Current Price: $22.45

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The NFL season is still more than a month away, and we’re kind of running out of things to talk about. I mean, as long as guys are still driving drunk we’ll never truly run out of things to talk about, but as the season grows closer, we start to run out of worthwhile things to talk about. No matter how many season previews we read, and scouting reports we scour over in a vain attempt to predict the winner in a volatile sport, we can never truly know what will happen until the teams start actually playing games.

Sure, we can make incredibly accurate guesses based on the information we are privy to, and some have even made a career out of making astute predictions based on their football expertise. These people are usually called “football analysts”, “sports handicappers” and “gamblers that don’t live in their car”. Sometimes we use computers to calculate different variables to predict the next Super Bowl champion, but how many season simulations would it take to make an accurate prediction? The Predictalator is hoping the answer to that question is 50,000.

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