Tag Archives: Super Bowl XLVII

Richard Sherman Speaks His Mind, and That Should Be Applauded
January 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling A black man loudly speaks his mind, and he’s a thug.  A white guy does some posturing, and he’s a colorful character. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree after a game where both men took their jobs very personally as they battled one another. […]

Peyton Manning on Super Bowl Road to Redemption and Legacy as Best Quarterback Ever
January 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling The one rip on the stellar career of Peyton Manning is his postseason flameouts, evidenced by his 9-11 record in playoff games he carried into the 2013 postseason.  The best ever can’t have a losing record when it counts most, can he? Yesterday’s win by the Denver Broncos evened Manning’s record at […]