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Panthers picked wrong day to play worst game of the season

All season, Cam Newton was magic. He bended throws around defenders, flipped for first downs and keyed a clutch drive whenever asked. With that arm and that smile, he made Panthers fans feel like their team could not lose as long as had the ball. So when Newton broke the huddle with four and a half minutes left and Carolina trailing by six points in Sunday’s Super Bowl, there...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Simms’ son Chris defends dad against criticism

If you want to get Chris Simms fired up, just ask him about the criticism his dad Phil Simms faces as an announcer on NFL games for CBS. We learned that while interviewing Chris during Super Bowl week. Chris Simms is a former Texas Longhorns quarterback who started 16 games over five seasons in the NFL. He now spends his time as an analyst for both CBS Sports and Bleacher Report...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Under-the-radar Super Bowl 50 matchups

Owen Daniels vs. Carolina’s Linebackers Whichever wide receiver is lined up against Carolina’s Josh Norman is going to be essentially taken out of the play. Norman has been one of the most dominant cornerbacks in the league this year and is a threat to intercept any throw, especially against a weakened arm like Peyton Manning’s. With one receiver down on any given play, that...
Via This Given Sunday
5 days ago  |  Discuss

'I'm going to Disney World!': History of the iconic phrase at the Super Bowl

We see it every year, after the Super Bowl, a player from the winning team is asked, "What are you going to do next?" and they respond, "I'm going to Disney World!" or "I'm going to Disneyland!"But how did this iconic catch phrase become a staple in Super Bowl celebrations?It was concocted in 1987 by Jane Eisner, the wife of former Disney CEO Michael Eisner, according to ABC:A plan...
Via Fox Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Key and Peele to provide alternate Super Bowl commentary

If you think listening to the Super Bowl analysis of Phil Simms is not something you want to ingest, Key and Peele will have you covered. As has become the typical trend leading up to the Super Bowl, advertisers are sharing trailers and teasers for their Super Bowl advertisements. Squarespace is going a slightly different way this year by offering live commentary from Keegan-Michael...
Via The Comeback
10 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL fans deserve better than Phil Simms at the Super Bowl

After Tom Brady threw his second interception of the AFC Championship on Sunday, Phil Simms commented as the camera slow-motion zoomed on Tom Brady, saying, “brace yourself, it’s gonna hurt.” That felt like a warning to viewers as much as to Brady. Since 2004, CBS has led its NFL in-game coverage with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms in the top booth, calling the Super Bowl whenever...
Via Awful Announcing
18 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Fart noise makes CBS telecast during Broncos game

    An oddly-timed fart noise made it onto CBS’ telecast of the Steelers-Broncos on Sunday. The moment in question occurred after some kids representing youth football were honored on the field in Denver. That’s where something slipped: What is this sound — Deadspin (@Deadspin) January 18, 2016   Was it a cameraman responsible for...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Does Phil Simms think the Seahawks won the Super Bowl last year?

Uh Phil Simms, WHO is the defending Super Bowl champion? — Toucher and Rich (@Toucherandrich) October 23, 2015 Maybe with all of the Back to the Future and time travel talk, Phil Simms went back in time to last year when the Seahawks were the Super Bowl champions.  Or, he just turned off Super Bowl 49 assuming that Seattle wasn’t dumb enough to not...
Via Awful Announcing
October 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Broncos fans petition to get Phil Simms off their games

Denver Broncos fans are so sick of having color commentator Phil Simms broadcast their games on CBS they’ve started a petition to get the former New York Giants quarterback off their games. The title of the petition is “Ban Phil Simms From Broadcasting Bronco Games,” and it was created by The Denver City Page. The […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 15, 2014  |  1 Comment

Broncos fans want Phil Simms to stop calling their games

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have called plenty of Denver Broncos games over the years given the team’s long-term success.  And now Broncos fans are coming together to gently ask CBS to never have them call another Denver game again, specifically the former Giants quarterback.  Nantz can stay. Broncos fans (apparently) think Simms has a deep-seeded bias against their team.  Perhaps...
Via Awful Announcing
September 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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