In an amazing display of faith on Sunday, a group of Denver Broncos players joined Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mike Morgan for a moment of prayer on the field after his team handed them a devastating 43-8 blowout win in the NFL Super Bowl 2014.
A photo posted to Twitter by Yahoo Sports producer Kari Van Horn shows Morgan (#57) as the only Seahawks player in the prayerful huddle of Broncos players.
"God is GREAT! After the confetti cannons exploded, a group of #Broncos joined @Mike17mo in prayer," noted Van Horn in a tweet with the photo. more >>
Former Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams NFL player turned pastor Aeneas Williams was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014 Saturday after being a finalist for the honor twice before.
A beaming Williams, who currently serves as pastor for The Spirit Church in St. Louis, Mo., humbly acknowledged the honor after his selection was announced in a ceremony at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
He was introduced as "a pro-bowler at cornerback and safety" who "notably turned turnovers into touchdowns scoring on nine of his 55 interceptions," according to a clip of the ceremony highlighted in a YouTube video. more >>
A Kansas-based hate group unaffiliated with any Baptist denomination protested at the biggest National Football League game of the year, and has announced plans to stage a protest at actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's funeral.
Westboro Baptist Church held a demonstration showcasing their usual inflammatory rhetoric aimed at homosexuals and the United States near New Jersey's MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
5. Super Bowl III (NY Jets 16, Baltimore 7)
It has been a long time since the NY Jets have made the Super Bowl but fans still never forget how important this win was for the franchise. It was the first officially-named Super Bowl. NY Jets QB "Broadway" Joe Namath famously guaranteed a victory over the heavily favored 13-1 Colts, who allowed the fewest points in an NFL season. The Jets delivered an excellent performance all around and relied heavily on their ground game. All of which helped them win their first Super Bowl by 9 points and upset the big time favorite Baltimore Colts.
4. Super Bowl XXIII (San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16) more >>
Boeing took the Seattle Seahawks 12th man to the next level this week when the company not only unveiled a 747 freighter painted with team logo and a number 12 on the tail (plus 'Spirit of 12s' and 'Go Hawks!'), but the spruced up plane took flight over Washington to fly in a 12 pattern over the eastern part of the state on Thursday.
CBS local Seattle compiled these stats to answer the question, so why the 747? more >>
Because nobody wants to wait 72 more hours until the Super Bowl, you can also watch ALL the advertisements in advance here.
And then watch them again on Sunday.
Anyway, here's 30 seconds more of "Noah" until March 28 of course. more >>