Tom Brady visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert tonight, accepting the host’s challenge to chug a “beer.” We put the beverage in scare quotes because there’s a decent question as to what, exactly, the Super Bowl-losing quarterback actually quaffed.
The bulk of Deadspin’s staff declared the Eagles’ fourth-down, trick-play pass to quarterback Nick Foles their favorite moment of last night’s Super Bowl. Here, then, is how a dozen broadcasters called the play—ranging from Kevin Harlan on Westwood One radio to Gerard Whateley on Australian radio to ESPN Brasil’s…
Brandon Graham’s strip sack of Tom Brady and Derek Barnett’s recovery of the ball proved to be a deciding play of this year’s Super Bowl. We’ve compiled 13 different broadcasts of the play, including the local announcers as well as TV and radio from five different continents. (Our favorite is Australia—with Kevin…
Listen to this man, Philadelphia. He is speaking for you, and to you:
What was Kevin Hart doing there, anyway!?
Alshon Jeffery’s 34-yard touchdown catch put the Eagles up 9-3, and it drew some pretty excited announcing from those calling the game around the world. Here, in order, is how it sounded on NBC Universo, ESPN Brasil, ESPN Latin America, on Australian radio outlet SEC 1116, and on Westwood One radio with Kevin Harlan.
Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch returned to Saturday Night Live tonight for a sketch that saw Revolutionary War “patriots” from New England face off against the less-successful representatives from Philadelphia. It’s funny! Great job all around, everyone.
The 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction class will include some of the biggest names of the era as we learn tonight from Adam Schefter that Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, and Brian Dawkins have earned enshrinement.
A Jefferson Parish, La. jury deliberated for seven hours before finding Ronald Gasser guilty of manslaughter in the 2016 slaying of former NFL player Joe McKnight.
Your halftime entertainment is a CPU vs CPU simulation of tonight’s Titans-Patriots game in Tecmo Super Bowl, and it’s LIVE:
If you happened to choose the ESPN “Cool Room” feed of last night’s national championship game—among your 19 other choices—you may have noticed the hosts dancing around discussing a conversation taking place between Donald Trump and Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank. That video wasn’t aired on the broadcast; a…
It’s our favorite genre of local news screwups!
May we all be this excited someday:
The Tennessee Titans are somehow still in this wild card game against the Chiefs thanks to Marcus Mariota throwing a touchdown pass to himself, entirely legally. PLAYOFFS, BABY. We believe this is only the second time this has ever happened in NFL history; here’s the first, in 1997: