Image courtesy Pro Football Zone
Two aging legends took the field on Saturday afternoon and evening, but only one was able to come out on top in an extremely rare, double overtime showdown for the ages.
The outcome did not mean both could not show the type of sportsmanship parents try to instill into their six-year olds.
The Denver Broncos earned a first-round bye and a home playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens, but in the end it was linebacker Ray Lewis, in his final run at a Super Bowl win before retirement, who’s team came out on top, 38-35.
In response, Manning, who was sent back to the drawing board following a remarkable recovery from a series of neck surgeries, waited a whopping hour and a half in order to properly congratulate Lewis on the Ravens’ big win.
This photo shows a bittersweet moment between two of the greatest to ever step onto a football field — it would be nice to be a fly on the wall.
H/T: Pro Football Zone
Dwayne Wade made Nicole Muxo’s dreams come true when he took the Miami senior to her prom as her date.
The Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleaders hit Vieques Island to shoot their 2013 calendar and we got this fantastic video set to Calvin Harris’ “Feel So Close.”
Michael Jordan and the Charlotte Bobcats have officially begun the process of switching from the “Bobcats” to the “Hornets,” according to CBS Sports.
ESPN held a poll on which conference was stronger, the SEC or Big 12, following Stoops’ comments that the SEC was just a bunch of “propaganda.”
The sports editor of the Estevan Mercury was forced to wear embarrassing signs along a busy road after betting the Toronto Maple Leafs would beat the Boston Bruins.
The official preseason watch list for the 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy has been released. After Manti Te’o won it last year, several big-time names lead the charge for the prize this year.