Monday, February 4, 2013
What was your favorite commercial from the night
Whether you were rooting for the Ravens or the 49ers, chances are you didn't turn the volume off when the commercials came on. We want to know what your favorite commercial last night was and why? Did it rank as one of your all time favorites? Or is there one that still sticks out for you after all these years? Attached are some of the Super Bowl ads from last night - in case you missed them! Tell us what your favorite was in the comments!
Sunday, February 3, 2013
A look at some of the stranger bets available for gamblers to wager on during the Super Bowl.
There was a time in the history of the Super Bowl when people simply bet on who was going to win the game. But why bet on something so boring as to the actual outcome of the championship when you can bet on how long it will take Alicia Keys to sing the National Anthem? It used to be that the tried and trusted box pool was the staple of any Super Bowl party wagering. But the rising popularity of prop bets allow people to wager on everything that could occur during the game, from who wins the coin flip to the over/under on how many yards Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta will have on his first reception. And there are, of course, options to bet on what color of Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach and whether any player will …
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Hundreds of thousands flock to New York to fete Super Bowl winners
Check out the gallery above to see photos from Tuesday's Ticker Tape parade in New York City, celebrating the Giants' victory in Super Bowl XLVI. Hundreds of thousands of fans flocked to the Canyon of Heroes in downtown Manhattan to ring in New York's latest championship. Paper flew from buildings, fans tossed toilet paper rolls back and forth over Broadway Avenue, and the Giants rolled by with smiles as they ended at City Hall to accept keys to the city from Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Just like the Giants, the Vince Lombardi Trophy is a product of the Garden State.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
When you're watching the Super Bowl on Sunday night, the team that calls the Meadowlands home won't be the only New Jersey export on display. What is it? Here's a hint: It takes numerous skilled craftspeople and about four months to complete, and millions of people will have their eyes glued to it on Sunday. And it's made nearby—right here in New Jersey in Parsippany. The Vince Lombardi Trophy that will be passed around by either the New York (we know it's really New Jersey) Giants or New England Patriots after winning the game's most important contest was produced in Morris County, crafted in the Tiffany & Co. workshop. So, while you feel Jersey pride watching Big Blue's tough defense and Eli Manning-led offense, you will know that they …