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Jerricho Cotchery didn’t “catch” the ball

So much went wrong for Carolina in the Super Bowl, but the call on the Jerricho Cotchery play right before Cam Newton fumbled away the ball for a touchdown was a critical turning point.

As the video above explains, CBS did a terrible job of explaining the ruling. While Cotchery had his hand under the ball, the tip of the ball did touch the ground, and then it moved after that. It’s pretty simple – that wasn’t a catch.

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Terrell Owens on Hall of Fame, HGH use, being #BolderThanBold

2016 NFL Hall of Fame nominee and pro football legend Terrell Owens has teamed up with Butterfinger to make the Super Bowl bolder than ever before with the Bolder Than Bold campaign by asking players to bring back the boldest moves on the field – the touchdown dances. Butterfinger has offered to cover up to $50,000 for fines that may be incurred by any player boldly celebrating in the endzone.

In the video above, we asked T.O. about his potential Hall of Fame induction, if he ever used HGH or PEDs, and his favorite endzone celebration.

Great interview with Ryan Leaf

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The Biggest and Best Facts about the Super Bowl 50

We are just a few days away from the most important US sports event – the National Football League (NFL) final – more commonly known as the Super Bowl. The match will take place next Sunday, on February 7th, at the Levi‘s Stadium in Santa Clara, California where Carolina Panthers will face Denver Broncos. Let‘s take a look at some of the most interesting Super Bowl facts and figures.

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Cards top Packers in wild one

The NFL delivered another wild playoff game last night, as the Cardinals salvaged an overtime win after blowing it in regulation.

I’m a huge fan of Bruce Arians as a had coach, but some of his aggressive calls on offense and defense late in the game almost blew up in his face. On their past possession in regulation, the Cards had an opportunity to run out a good chunk of the remaining clock by running the ball, but he he had Carson Palmer try a difficult pass up the sideline to Larry Fitzgerald in an attempt to seal the game, but that incompletion gave Aaron Rodgers enough time to launch the game-tying Hail Mary. On that incredible play, Arians chose to go with a blitz as opposed to stacking defenders in the end zone, and that cost him as well.

In overtime, Palmer redeemed himself after some shaky play in regulation with an incredible throw across his body to Fitzgerald after scrambling away from pressure, and Fitzgerald rumbled all the way to the 5 yard line to set up the game-winning score.

This is just one of the many wild playoff games the NFL has produced this season and in recent years. The league has some issues, including the overall quality of play during the regular season, but many these playoff games have been incredible.

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