The photo above, from a 2018 game, is a good approximation of how this Sunday’s Super Bowl will look (and, I hope, is also a good representation of the outcome). But of course there will be lots of uni-related sub-plots and to consider, and I’ve broken down a bunch of them in my annual . . . → Read More: Time for the Uni Watch Super Bowl Preview
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If you want to pretend that your pet is a football player — and really, who doesn’t? — you have plenty of options. Unfortunately, as you can see above, most of those options aren’t particularly convincing.
Recently, however, I have stumbled upon something remarkable . . . → Read More: Beast Mode: Company Turns Pets Into NFL Players
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When I recently did the 2019 year-end raffle, one of the prizes was an NFL helmet poster, which was eventually won by reader Charles Drake. That poster was designed by a guy named John Williams (that’s him above). In case you don’t remember the . . . → Read More: Talking NFL Helmets with Poster Designer John Williams
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Reader/commenter RJ Nordlund noticed something really interesting during Sunday’s NFC Championship Game: Unlike most players, who tuck their waistband towels, well, into their waistbands, 49ers defensive back Richard Sherman had his towel hanging from a loop of fabric that had been sewn into his pants — a . . . → Read More: Totally Loopy: 49ers DB Has Unusual Pants Modification