The league must be pissed that he didn't mention Peyton Manning, though.
Prop bets make up almost a third of the $4 billion that will be wagered on tomorrow's Super Bowl. And this doesn't even include Draft Kings and Fan Duel fantasy wagering.
The squares you play at tomorrow's Super Bowl party aren't even a blip on the screen.
Let The Washington Post explain:
I generally ignore the two-week promotional buildup to the Super Bowl when the Patriots aren't involved, in the same way I avoid pre-game shows for any sport. But I did happen to catch an interview earlier this week with Sean McManus, Chairman of CBS Sports (the network that's carrying the game). He was asked what his biggest concern was about the live broadcast, the one thing that kept him awake at night. A power failure? A terrorist attack?
"A wardrobe malfunction."
According the article below, the Carolina Panthers' nutritionist seems to have done a fine job all season in preparing the team for this Sunday's big game, but I don't think you want to aspire to the upper caloric range in planning out the food/beverage/snack offerings for your Super Bowl 50 party:
Instead of the usual NFL pre-game stooges, with all of their blowhard "blah blah blah" , here's a lead-in schedule for your Super Bowl party that your guests will really enjoy:
Sometimes, good things DO happen to good people.
One of my favorite coffee companies, Death Wish Coffee, has won a major small business competition, and will now see their commercial aired during Super Bowl 50!
Knowing the size of the viewership, and the cost of an ad during the Super Bowl, this is a huge win for a very worthy small company.
Congratulations, Death Wish! I'll be watching for your commercial on Super Bowl Sunday.
I don't know what this means.
Was the game played in Uzbekistan?
Dear God, please tell me that they're not really going to wear these...