Football season is over and now we have to wait about seven months again before we all get crazy. It already feels like the Super Bowl was a long time ago when in reality it was just this past Sunday. The news of the week has definitely been the way Cam Newton walked out of the post game press conference after Super Bowl 50. So many fools have gone out of their way to trash Cam for how he handled the loss but ironically one person who is coming to his defense is the father of the winning quarterback, Archie Manning. That’s because he knows even Peyton himself once handled a big loss in not so great fashion.
It’s more than fair to say Cam Newton was shut down by the Broncos defense, despite everyone in the world thinking he and his Panthers teammates were going to run right through Denver. After a shaky performance on the biggest stage, the internet is just going in on Cam with no mercy! Check the gallery!
The Denver Broncos defense just completely dominated the Carolina Panthers to win Super Bowl 50 by a score of 24-10. Peyton Manning didn’t need to do much because his defense controlled the game from the start.
Tom Brady might be the golden boy but outside of New England he isn’t necessarily well liked. Even in his home state of California fans rained down boos’ on him to show him how much they hate him. Prior to Super Bowl 50, all the previous Super Bowl MVP’s were invited to take part in a ceremony to celebrate them but Brady got treated like a red headed step child.
Kevin Durant is taking full advantage of being in the bay area this weekend. His Thunder lost a tough game to the Warriors last night but his consolation prize was putting in some work on the sideline as a cameraman. Not bad right?
Lebron James would likely be in the NFL had he not decided to focus on basketball at such a young age. He clearly made the right decision but he still loves to watch as much football as he can. With that said, King James made his prediction for Super Bowl 50, although he really didn’t want to.
Last night Cam Newton was named the 2015 NFL MVP and Under Armour wanted to commemorate that in a special way. They did that by released super limited edition gold cleats that you can own yourself for $500 bucks.