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Monday, Feb 7, 2011

Monday Morning (Commercial) Quarterbacking

Monday Morning (Commercial) Quarterbacking

Check out the Super Bowl ads worth talking about – and watching again.

Monday, Feb 6, 2012
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By Nikki Wagner

Celebrities at the Super Bowl

Check out which celebs were spotted at the game, as well as who's made an...View gallery

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Monday, Feb 7, 2011

The Pack Is Back on Top: Packers Beat Steelers in Super Bowl XLV

The Pack Is Back on Top: Packers Beat Steelers in Super Bowl XLV

Aaron Rodgers makes people forget a brutal week in North Texas.

Wednesday, Jan 15, 2014

Here Come Some Very Manly Divisional Playoff Picks

Here Come Some Very Manly Divisional Playoff Picks

We went 0-4 last week. LET'S DO IT AGAIN!

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2011

What to Serve on Super Bowl Sunday

What to Serve on Super Bowl Sunday

In the gallery above, 12 chefs across The Feast universe—from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto in NY to Top Cheffer Jamie Lauren in LA—flaunt their Super Bowl snack-making chops on camera, and...

Monday, Feb 7, 2011

Your Game Day Drinking Guide

Your Game Day Drinking Guide

As much fun as drunkenly cleaning Cheetos residue and PBR stains off your just-purchased IKEA furniture on a Sunday night can be, sometimes it is best to leave the party planning hosting to someone else.

Monday, Feb 7, 2011

"Gossip Girl's" Jessica Szohr Dating Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Report

"Gossip Girl's" Jessica Szohr Dating Packers' Aaron Rodgers: Report

Aaron gets a ring and the girl.

Monday, Feb 7, 2011

After Super Bowl, NFL Faces Possibility of a Lockout

After Super Bowl, NFL Faces Possibility of a Lockout

The Super Bowl may be the last NFL game you see for awhile.

Monday, Jul 1, 2013
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By Elvira Sakmari

Black Eyed Peas Halftime Show in Photos

The Super Bowl performance was arguably the biggest stage yet for the quirky...View gallery

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Monday, Feb 7, 2011

Phone Service Sacks will.i.am's Halftime Tweets

Phone Service Sacks will.i.am's Halftime Tweets

Black Eyed Peas member says his cell phone had no service during performance.

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Standing in front of impassioned fans of the "Silver and Black", Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf on Saturday made a last-ditch effort to convince the Raiders and the NFL that the East Bay city is the football franchise's rightful home as opposed to Las Vegas.

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