The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks are set to face off in Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Forget “Deflategate”, these are the important storylines of the big game:
Tom Brady’s Legacy
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Cleveland Browns Pro Bowlers Joe Thomas, Joe Haden, and Tashaun Gipson will have some orange-and-brown company in Hawaii for the 2015 Pro Bowl. Strong safety Donte Whitner was initially chosen as an alternate, but he has been tabbed to replace Kam Chancellor, who will miss the game because his Seattle Seahawks made the Super Bowl. This marks Whitner’s third straight Pro Bowl appearance...
The scariest part of the Seattle Seahawks’ vaunted defense is that strong safety Kam Chancellor is just the third-best player on that side of the ball. Oh, did I forget to mention that’s just in the secondary, alone? Here’s an even scarier thought: he’s probably the Hawks’ fourth or fifth-best defensive player overall (linebacker Bobby
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Sometimes mayors like to declare official holidays when their town’s sports teams have a big game coming up.
In that spirit, I’ve declared Thursday January 15th Kam Chancellor day, in honor of the hardest hitting, best looking, and most incredible strong safety in the NFL.
To start with, we shared Chancellor’s pick six against the Panthers Pacman style. Then there he was again...
I guess its an unofficial sort of Kam Chancellor holiday here at cover32 Seahawks. But honestly, shouldn’t that be every day? I mean, just look at this guy:
Kam Chancellor is the nicest guy here. But that's about to change. Hawks in for pads #CARvsSEA pic.twitter.com/oSP7byKwYD
— Longfellow Deeds (@warhawker12) January 11, 2015
Every time I see him on television I hear this...
Green Bay Packers’ running back Eddie Lacy will face Seattle Seahawks defensive back Kam Chancellor once again this Sunday in the NFC Championship game. After taking a major hit from Chancellor back in Week 1, Lacy spoke about the collision.
Definitely one of the hardest hitters I ever ran into. We stalemated. Pretty cool.
The collision called for Lacy to be evaluated for a concussion...
Earlier in the week news that scientists would be trying to test some early detection equipment during the Seahawks-Panthers game Saturday made its way around the internet. Fans in Seattle have managed to activate sensors in the past so barring an actual earthquake this was the only way to possibly test their equipment.As luck would have it they got their chance in the fourth quarter...
Seattle Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor’s mix of athleticism and brute strength allows him to do things that most defensive backs can’t.
He showcased that at the end of the first half of Saturday night’s Divisional Round matchup against the Carolina Panthers, when he leaped over his opponent’s line attempting to block a field goal—twice.
The Panthers first lined up to attempt...
Kam Chancellor jumped over the line TWICE, but it didn’t stand as the Panthers added a FG. (vine via @gifdsports)
— Bleacher Report NFL (@BR_NFL) January 11, 2015
It ultimately didn’t count as Chancellor was flagged on the play, but who cares.
This dude is a monster, and better at life than you.
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We already know that Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor can hit pretty hard on the field. Just ask Seahawks cornerback Marcus Burley, who got obliterated on accident when Chancellor rammed into him on Sunday. But as it turns out Chancellor can also hit hard when it comes to telling the truth. Ever since Sunday’s overtime win a number of voices in the media and the Broncos...