35 Burst results for "Super Bowl"
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves the Denver Nuggets advanced to the Western Conference Finals with a one 25 100 win over the suns to win their series four games to two, Nikola Jokić led Denver with 32 points ten rebounds and 12 assists, the Celtics forced a game 7 in their series against the 76ers with a 95 86 win in Philadelphia, Marcus smart scored 22 points for Boston while Jayson Tatum scored 15 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter in the NHL, the hurricanes advanced to the Eastern Conference final with a three to two overtime win over the Devils the game winner came on a deflection by yes per fast, the stars took a three games to two lead over the kraken with a 5 to two win in Dallas, the NFL announced their 2023 schedule on Thursday, the Super Bowl champion chiefs will kick off the season on Thursday, September 7th at home against the Lions and will welcome the eagles to town for a Super Bowl rematch on November 20th, Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to make his debut with the jets on Monday Night Football September 11th against the bills. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.
AP News Radio
NFL season kicks off with Super Bowl champion Chiefs hosting Lions; Rodgers on MNF
"Patrick Mahomes and the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs will kick off the 2023 season against the upstart Detroit Lions in a matchup of high powered offenses. Coming off their second championship in four seasons, the chiefs will host the Lions on September 7th on Thursday Night Football. The Lions finished 9 and 8 last season after a one in 6 start and knocked Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers out of the playoffs with a 2016 victory at Lambeau Field in the final regular season game. Meanwhile, Rogers will make his New York Jets debut on Monday Night Football against the Buffalo Bills. I'm geffen cool bar.
AP News Radio
Viking great Joe Kapp dies
"Joe Capp, the hard nosed quarterback who routinely ran into tacklers instead of away from them while leading the Minnesota Vikings to their first Super Bowl and California to its last rose bowl has died. He was 85. Cal confirmed that cap died on Monday. He had suffered from Alzheimer's disease for the last 15 years and was residing in an assisted living facility, his son JJ Capp said, the family made plans to send his brain to UC San Francisco researchers for steady of the potential connection between his dementia and hits he took to the head with his punishing playing style. I'm geffen cool bar.
AP News Radio
Rodgers hopes to help Jets add to 'lonely' Super Bowl trophy
"The four time NFL MVP was introduced by the team Wednesday to much fanfare. This is a surreal day for me after spending 18 years in the same city. It's been a lot of introductions today and meet a lot of people, but there's a lot of excitement. Rogers is well aware of the jets playoff drought and noted the team's Super Bowl three trophy from 1969 is, quote, looking a little lonely.
AP News Radio
NFL draft back to being all about QBs at the top
"Quarterbacks are back on top in the NFL Draft. A year after the first 19 picks were non QBs and Kenny Pickett was the only signal color selected in the first round. This draft class is loaded with potential franchise QBs. Bryce young and CJ Stroud have been the center of attention since before last year's draft even took place. They could become the 9th pair of QBs selected one two in the Super Bowl era. Anthony Richardson and will levis should make it four QBs in the top 15, which has happened only 5 times previously. If they all go in the top ten, it will be the second time ever. I'm get cool bar.
Congress Grills Gensler on Anti-Crypto Stance
"Yesterday was for so many of us, akin to the Super Bowl of crypto regulatory action. It was the long awaited verbal comeuppance for the industry's number one antagonist. Yes, yesterday SEC chair Gary gensler sat in front of the House financial services committee for a grueling four and a half hour oversight hearing. Now, gender last appeared before the House in 2021, although he did appear in the Senate for an oversight hearing in September of last year. Ahead of the hearing notable Republican committee members, including GOP whip Tom emmer, and representative Warren Davidson, expressed deep misgivings about how gensler has been running the regulatory agency and foreshadowed a tough interrogation. The hearing covered a broad range of regulatory changes that have been introduced during gensler's tenure. This includes climate change disclosure requirements, proxy share ownership and major market structure reforms, all of which were seen as regulatory overreach by House Republicans. Since gensler came into office, he has used the agency's rulemaking power at an unprecedented level, introducing 53 new rules in the two years he's been in office. That's more than twice the amount introduced under each of the two previous SEC chairs. Of course, it seems odd, given that one of the key issues the crypto industry has with the SEC is ignoring proper process by avoiding the rulemaking procedure when making changes. But in broader financial markets, gensler is viewed as being far too prolific in changing the rules. He's seen as often speeding through the public comment process and increasing compliance costs for public companies with these plethora of new rules. Now, despite all of those issues being raised, the focus was undeniably on the SEC's recent rampage through the crypto industry. Republican committee chairman Patrick mchenry got right to the point in his opening comments. Which criticized the SEC's approach to regulating digital assets. But Henry said, under your leadership, the SEC has brought nearly 50 separate enforcement actions against digital asset firms. At the same time, you have refused to provide clarity on whether digital assets as part of an investment contract are subject to securities laws, and more importantly how these firms should comply with those laws.
The Doug Collins Podcast
What's Up With the Tom Brady Deal? Michele Tafoya Weighs In
"What's up with the Tom Brady deal this year? I mean, he takes two weeks off. I mean, everybody's saying that gisele told him he had to spend time with the kids. I mean, I mean, is this just Tom being Tom? Well, it depends on what which Tom we're talking about. Tom is an incredible competitor. But, you know, over the years, we would ask him, and we covered the Patriots a ton. And we have what we call production meetings. A couple of days before the game or the night before the game depending on if the team was home or on the road, we'd sit out Chris and I are producer director. We'd sit in a room with Bill Belichick for a while, and Tom Brady for a while, then, you know, maybe a defensive player for a while, and you get this opportunity to really ask your own questions to make your broadcast unique. And just about every year for the past 5 years, we'd say, so Tom, someone would say, what do you think? How much longer? And he always bring up his family and his wife, and you know, that his wife really wanted him to spend more time. I don't think that was any secret. It was out there, you know, look, he's 45 now. And she's been holding down the fort. Now, we can all accept that they've probably got a lot of help at home. But who knows? I mean, look, she's a very involved mom. I've seen it when she brings the kids to the Super Bowl. Having said that, this whole time you're saying, okay, so Tom, when are you going to wrap it up here when did we get it surprised me? It didn't surprise me that Tom retired. It shocked me that he went back. It shocked me because I thought once he made the decision, that was a done deal and there was no way he was going to turn his back on that decision. So I was really surprised that he decided to go back and my hunches, maybe his wife was too, and look, there are a lot of rumors out there fight that seems to be the consensus,
AP News Radio
AP source: Hurts, Eagles agree to $255 million extension
"Jalen hurts is set to sign one of the richest deals in NFL history, agreeing to a 5 year $255 million extension with the Philadelphia Eagles. The deal includes 179.3 million guaranteed a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press, the 24 year old hertz was expected to receive 51 million per season, hertz was rewarded for his breakout season when he was named an AP NFL MVP finalist and led the eagles to the Super Bowl where they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. I'm geffen cool bar.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Donald Trump Jr.: We're in a Battle for the Soul of Our Country
"Todd, Trump had a pretty good. And if he got out of politics and didn't continue fighting, this stuff would all magically disappear. We all know that to be the case. But as long as he's going to be opposition to the radical left and the insanity that they're pushing on us every day, the insanity they're trying to jam down our kids at school. You see, you see the reaction from The White House to the shooting. This past weekend of some Christian children by a lunatic trans activist has been jacked up on testosterone and missed for the last few years and it's really the trans community that's at risk here. They're the ones that should really be afraid because they're going through a literal genocide. It's a literal genocide. These people are out of their minds. It's insane. And yet, that's their talking point. Not, hey, we got to pray for these children. They talk about guns. They ignore the mental decline of the people in that community. They ignore the devolving and aggressive sentiments of the radicals within the trans community who seem to be above the law and have the full force and weight of mainstream media, big tech, big corporations backing their every ever changing whim, you know, that's what we're up against. We're in a battle for the soul of our country. And right now, we're not winning. But again, the big thing is this has to be a wake-up call to Americans at just how far they will go. Just how much just what they're willing to bastardize to get there. You know, I don't see the people and CNN who spent 7 years screaming about democracy, democracy, democracy is a threat to democracy. They're saying, this is the Super Bowl. They're overjoyed. They're saying the quiet parts out loud. They can't even contain themselves. It's third world banana republic stuff.
The Dan Bongino Show
Biden Nominee Kato Crews Unable to Answer Basic Legal Question
"I want you to listen to his response as he's entirely perplexed He thinks it's the Brady Bill the gun Bill Check this out Tell me how you analyze a Brady motion How I analyze a Brady motion Yes Senator in my four and a half years on the bench I'm not don't believe I've had the occasion to address a Brady motion in my career Do you know what a Brady motion he is Senator in my time on the bench have not had occasion to address that And so it's not coming to mind at the moment what a Brady motion is Do you recall the U.S. Supreme Court case Brady V Maryland I do recall the name of the case in the senator Yes And what it did hold I believe that the Brady case in well senator I believe the Brady case involves something regarding the Second Amendment It is not I've not had occasion to address that If that issue wore to come before me I would certainly analyze that Supreme Court precedent and apply it As I would need you to the facts in front of me He's like Jim just nailed it He's like sir can you tell us about Brady motion Oh Brady's motion Yeah He's fluid with the arm mechanics Brady But he definitely has to work on the long ball and the problem is his age He's getting a little old the labrum may be a little beat up from years in the NFL You know he spent some time with two teams He's definitely a winner The mechanics are there but I'm not sure at the age of 40 plus Brady's motion can still accomplish what we need to do to get a Super Bowl winning team
Live Bitcoin News
This Years Super Bowl Featured No Crypto Ads
"5 p.m. Sunday March 12th, 2023 this year's Super Bowl featured no crypto ads. In 2023, the Super Bowl had two football teams pitted against each other in a halftime show that ultimately caused controversy with some while really hitting chords with others. However, something was missing, do you all know what it was Harry sa hint? It involved television, advertisements, and digital currency this year's Super Bowl featured. The post this year's Super Bowl featured no crypto ads appeared first on live Bitcoin news.
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the 'He Gets Us' Super Bowl Ads
"Get to talk to my friend John smirke for a few minutes. John, what else should we talk about today? Well, I've got another piece that stream dot org called AOC warns us, adds like he gets us, won't stop her from coming to get us. That's the Super Bowl ad. Yeah, now I didn't know there was a Super Bowl happening, but I heard about it afterwards and that there's this thing in the middle called a halftime where they have TV commercials. And in that, you know, let me correct you. The Super Bowl has been happening for a half a century. It's good to ignore it. But halftime is really where they bring out kind of pornographic performers and things. It's not for the kids. Let me tell you. But a lot of people do run these ads throughout the Super Bowl. You referring to one that was about Jesus, and it was called he gets us. And it was a kind of a pro Christian ad just designed to kind of pull people in and say, you know, Jesus isn't a boogeyman of the religious right, but he is the savior of the world. And he loves you. Right. And so I looked at they have a whole bunch of these ads. They created a whole campaign and they put several of them on the Super Bowl. And they seem to be a well meaning effort to dismantle hostility towards Christianity, but I'm kind of uncomfortable because what they do is Jesus was an immigrant. He was a refugee. Jesus was poor. Jesus resisted the power structure. Jesus was a victim of capital punishment. All the things about Jesus that don't matter at all. Because I say he was actually from Guatemala. Did they get that in? Nicaragua. And you have to say it in that NPR accent. So I was like, well, I'm next. I think the people who funded this were well meaning. I think they probably hired a bunch of woke tattooed Ivy League grads, but like, how can we make Jesus less repulsive? I know, we'll emphasize the fact that he had darker skin than, say, like, yeah, he wasn't white. He realized that he wasn't white, like the bad people.
The Doug Collins Podcast
NFL Coach Chan Gailey Discusses Losing Football Coordinators
"Losing O season office according to defense coronary is more or is it the same more changing on a college level or a pro level? Because now you're looking at Philadelphia, Philadelphia came very close in a Super Bowl, look good, mahomes is just my home. But he now loses here on loses his office, Gordon and his defensive coordinate. Going into a new year with, you know, again, is much pros do move. Which is the bigger impact. An offensive coordinator defense Courtney loss on a college level or a pro level. I think it's more in a college level. Because in pro level, you got enough money, you've got enough. We're with all to make sure you have got somebody in the wings or you've done enough research that you've got a general idea of what you're going to do. I mean, it can't be a shock to everybody that Philadelphia was going to lose a coordinator. What, oh my gosh, he's leaving. He had made he had been thinking about this. He and the GM and the owner had been talking about this for a month and a half now. So it didn't like it's a shock to them. Whereas in college, you don't have to wear with all to maybe, you know, the one that's done at the best to me is Nick. Nick's always had one of those guys that they call whatever they call them. And analyst. Yeah. That's how analysts, he had an analyst sitting there that he was developing to be the next coordinator.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Are You Where You Want to Be?
"You, but it's the getting to be mid February. I mean, we're riding in the middle of February, getting a little bit over. We've been into 2023 if you can believe it for almost 8 weeks now coming up on late weeks. And you know, one of the things that I hear a lot about and I read about it, and especially I've been doing a lot of flying a lot of planes. You see these stories that are always the first year about goals, goal setting, you know, are you hitting where you want to be in your professional life, your career, your family life, you know, just the different areas and I've been thinking a lot about this. And this is one I thought about today and we've had a lot of news stuff lately and going through, but I wanted to just take the time today and this one is one of those that's as much as I deal with and struggle with is as I feel like most of our most people do. And it's coming up and you always find that one or two people that can always say, here's my goals, here's my piece of paper, they keep it in their pocket. You know, whatever, you know, you've seen those people. And they're so goal orientated that everything they do is focus to that one go. You see this sports a lot. We've talked about it over the past weekend with the Super Bowl. You see it in, you know, they make your championships, you see those great players, that intense focus. I mean, Michael Jordan, you know, in that intense focus off the court. Deion Sanders, you know, saying that his best plays that he ever had were never on the field. They were always in practice. It was always that practice that got him to his goals and got him to worry, you know, he wanted to be. And I think these are the kind of things, you know, Kobe Bryant, you know, again, that intense focus. Making sure that when time to achieve and time to reform was there, they were they were at it. But you know, not all of us, in fact, most of us are not professional athletes. Most of us are not, you know, high profile figures that excel in something like that on a grand stage that everybody sees. But the reality is, is all of us perform on our own stage. We
Crypto Loudly Absent at This Years Super Bowl
"2 p.m. Friday, February 17th, 2023. Crypto loudly absent at this year's Super Bowl. The Super Bowl is one of the most viewed sporting events each year globally. Previously, crypto companies coinbase and crypto dot com among others would scramble to get even a single spot and spare no dime for an opportunity to advertise at the Super Bowl. However, the usual eye catching cryptocurrency trading podium adverts were conspicuously absent during continue reading crypto loudly absent at this year's Super Bowl. The post crypto loudly absent at this year's Super Bowl appeared first on cryptocurrency wire
Onchain SEC Krakdown, 3AC founders back at it, and NFT Super Bowl ad confusion
"5 a.m. Wednesday, February 15th, 2023. On chain SEC crackdown, three AC founders back at it, and NFT Super Bowl at confusion. The SEC's new year resolution must have been going down hard on crypto. The latest company being called out is the cryptocurrency exchange kraken. This time it's all about their staking service
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Blockchain Gaming Startup Offers 10,000 NFTs in Super Bowl Ad
"I don't scan stuff at all, like I didn't have my burner phone with me and I didn't want to scan it because you never can tell. But anyways, as you guys saw that it featured a QR code to scan to make one of 10,000 free dragon eggs, which are part of the game's Ethereum NFT project. And it's a web three gaming startup limit break and they paid 6.5 million for the ad and some of you say the QR code took them to the Twitter instead of the mint, which I believe it wasn't even the company. It was somebody that was affiliated with the project, but I think I saw Christie's hand up if you wanted to go ahead and tackle this one. I was funny, it wasn't even so much a hand off as I was like, you know, agreeing with you. Good. Oh my gosh, please, please, please don't be scanning random QR codes that show up on a TV or on Twitter because people repost it because you don't know where that's going. You don't know what that's going to do to your device. That is a horrible, horrible thing to do. And as evidenced by this, okay, I just want to point out that on Sunday George kalidas wrote an article about how happy he was. There wasn't going to be any crypto ads. And it's going to be excerpted for the node today. The newsletter. And you should all read it because part of it is about crypto hubris and executives and how these companies are buying these crypto ads and they are actually doing it more for their own ego, probably than for anything else, like look what we got, look where we are. And then it goes to this, I mean, if you look at some of the Twitter after the fact, people are calling it a rug pull. People are people are calling it all kinds of nasty things. Some people manage to actually get the NFTs, but a lot of people didn't, and they're feeling scammed.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Did Joe Biden Shoot Down a $13 Balloon With a $380,000 Missile?
"There was all this news over Super Bowl weekend of unidentified flying objects and balloons and spy reconnaissance aircraft that felt as if our country was under attack. Felt as if that maybe the Chinese are the Russians are sending all this spy equipment and we might have to mobilize and get the National Guard and activate the nuclear arsenal. There's just so many things happening simultaneously. But new information shows exactly what our government did this last weekend. If we are to believe this to be true, which it looks like it is true, you see, there's a lot of threats out there. Chinese Communist Party drones. We got all sorts of different threats, but I don't think we have really thought deeply enough about the existential threat that hobby ballooners pose to western society. Look, I think the idea of deterrence is a very important one. Have we really gamed out why we need to deter 14 and 15 year olds. From putting balloons in the sky. It turns out that, according to all available information, Joe Biden and the federal government mobilize F-16 fighter jets. To shoot down a hobby balloon. That's right. A $13 hobby balloon was floating above Canada. It turns out that in an act of desperation or trying to act like a machismo tough guy, Joe Biden mobilized the F-16s. To shoot down a balloon that cost $13 from a group in Illinois and the name of their group is here somewhere, it's the northern Illinois bottle cap balloon brigade.
"super bowl" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Mission daily. You are listening. Valentine's Day, February 14th, and we're gonna change it up on you a little bit because we're gonna talk about the Super Bowl. Now, you're listening to this, you're like, why are you talking about the Super Bowl that was too, three days ago? I know. But what I want to ask everyone is, do you remember what you saw? So the topic at hand today is marketing in general. Because as a platform, a podcast platform, we are a marketing company. We help to tell the stories of our sponsors. But one of the things I was blown away by was a couple numbers that I learned about the Super Bowl. Number one, if you didn't know, the cost of airing for 30 seconds at the Super Bowl this year was $7 million. So that's $7 million per 30 seconds to give you an idea. It was 2.2 million just 20 years ago, so it went from 2.2. It's now at 7. So it's more than tripled in price. You still get the same 30 seconds. The audience is also grown. The audience last year, not this past year, but in 2022, was 99.18 million. So 99 million households in America or 99 million viewers in America watched the show. So I want to talk today with my co host Stephanie postals as usual is a $7 million worth it because we saw some companies last year that advertised that didn't do it again. So something tells me people aren't quite getting the return on spend that they expected. Steph, let's start with you. Should brands has the price? Of a Super Bowl commercial officially outweighed its return. Meaning, you basically can't get your money back, no matter what, because $10 million is so much money. Yeah, I would say it first depends on who you are. If you have mass appeal, you're selling something that's not that expensive, it can connect with those what, 99 million watchers, viewers, households, whatever it was. I would say probably it's still worth it to that kind of company. So we were talking about Bud Light, like how many Bud Light commercials they were everywhere. Eminem's very bad. Yeah, so I think things like that that are lower priced items easy to get into where they just need that brand awareness because they're competing against the millers, the whatever, yes, the people who disappeared were the ones that are harder to explain, which is like, that's our niche. Working with tech companies, hard to explain products. We're going to get you in front of your audience. We get it. And Super Bowl might not be the place to start investing in crypto for the first time. It's like crypto dot com.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"super bowl" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"With the left is done, well, I'm fighting and so should you? So it's interesting there was another ad I missed it apparently. I thought I saw them all, but I didn't. At the Super Bowl on behalf of Jesus, one the one I saw, I thought was touching, as I said, about loving your enemies, and it showed pretty graphic pictures of Americans hating each other. And then spoke about that. But there was another one he gets us is the group I never knew of their existence prior to yesterday. And the ad was showing children doing adorable things. And the tagline is Jesus wants us to act like children. Is that correct? Did I get that right? That was the tagline? No. Oh, Jesus did not ask us to act like adults. It's the same thing, but it's different words. I want to get the words accurate. So it's an interesting thing because there are certainly New Testament statements to that effect. I think it is interesting because my belief is that the Bible wants us to grow up. And look, you know my belief that if Christianity dies, so does the west. So I couldn't be more clear on that. And I have zero romanticization of children. Children are among the meanest creatures on earth. I'm not talking about three year olds. They don't have the capacity to be mean. But but once they get into elementary school, the whole bullying issue is an example. I was a counselor of the camp. I saw how kids treat each other. The whole process of life is making children into good adults. Because they don't start out that way. The will of man's labor. The will of man's heart is towards evil from his youth. That's God speaking. In genesis, let's try to get somebody on from he gets us. Be interesting to talk about this. The child issue with them. I love talking religion. How do you make how you make a child into a good adult? Is the single most important question, any society can ask? Essentially, there's no close second. Because we don't start off all that wonderful. Well, anyway, I'm glad they did the ads in any event. By the way, the there were no, I didn't. Did you notice any woke ads that the ants were remarkably politics free? Thank God for that. All right. You're listening to the Dennis prager show. Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Mike lindell was my pillow, is launching the my pillow 2.0. When my invented my pillow and had everything you could ever want in a pillow, now nearly 20 years later, he discovered a new technology that makes it even better. The MyPillow two has the patented adjustable fill of the original MyPillow, and now with a brand new fabric that is made with a temperature regulating thread. The MyPillow two is the softest smoothest and coolest pillow you'll ever own. For my listeners, the my pillow two is buy one, get one free offer with promo code prager. My pillow two temperature regulating technology is 100% made in the USA and comes with a ten year warranty and a 60 day money back guarantee. Just go to my pillow dot com and click on the radio listeners square to the buy one get one free offer enter promo code prager or call 807 6 one 6 three O two to get your my pillow 2.0 now..
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"super bowl" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"It's a very interesting question about loving one's enemy. Does that mean that you don't fight for the enemy of your civilization? It's something worthy. And I'm going to have a discussion. Well, I am. I'm having a discussion with Eric with taxes. In my annual ask a Jew ask a gentile event. And I'm going to, if I remember, I'm going to ask him that question. I assume that Jesus meant that on a personal level, because people all have people in their lives and they don't like. And working through that in the micros of is generally a very good thing and noble thing to pursue. But when your enemy is a mass murdering ideology like communism or not, what does that mean then to love them? And I've been told, well, you wish the best for them. But what is the best being? The best is that they die. What we have to be honest. I'm not even arguing. I actually said I thought the commercial was moving. But it is a worthy question. That one could pose. If I had unlimited funds, I'd have taken out a man. I wonder if they would have allowed it though. Something to the effect of America is one country. Let's keep it that way, or. How about this? The worst ideas come from the most secular institution. Fake God seriously. How's that? So it is. Yes. Jane in Minneapolis notes at least Rihanna had closed on unlike J.Lo last year. I didn't catch last year's Super Bowl. I didn't recall that. Is that true? Sean, J.Lo didn't have much to wear last year. He doesn't know what you were walking your dog then too. Was this your annual walk the dog during halftime? It's a good time to take the door. I happen to agree with you. Do you know when I tell young people what we had in my generation. What we had during halftime, they sort of marvel, marching bands, I wonder what year shows began. By the way, one of they do in halftime in the non Super Bowl or regular game, the I don't know. The Vikings versus the packers. What do they do during a halftime on a regular game? One of you has to know, come on, show and speak up. You don't walk your dog every halftime. Watch done at a regular halftime, is it some sort of show? To entertain the people, it's entertainment. Yeah, imagine if they had marching bands again, I would love to know how people would react. They start throwing objects onto the field. Well, yes, exactly what John is well older than me in Florida has to say, stark contrast to halftime shows in the past..
SI Media Podcast
"super bowl" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"Totally agree with your overall assessment though. It was interesting to me because it felt like two guys doing their first Super Bowl, not the sense that they were nervous, but in the sense that they were very cognizant of not putting too many fingerprints on the game. They were laying back a little bit, calling the game, doing the analysis, but also not over doing it. It felt like two rookies in that sense where they were very aware. This is our first game. Yeah. Don't try to do too much. Leave it at that. Yeah. Listen, I can understand why people may want some hype and maybe some over the topness for the Super Bowl since it's the Super Bowl. But I think if you are any play by play guy in analyst or woman, it's smart to call that game, like you're calling week 6, 1 o'clock, you know, Carolina at the rams. Like, people don't want to be screamed at and told everything is great. You have to really pick your spots with that. You can't do it constantly. And I thought they somehow have managed to do that. They know when to do it. I mean, they know when to do it, and they do it perfectly. We try the other approach in the AFC championship game two weeks ago. We were told every play was the biggest play of the season and every time Chris Jones did anything that great players make big plays and big games. And it was incredibly annoying. Yeah.
Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"Yes. That happened. Is that what happened to me tonight? Yeah. I was like, I was like, oh no, I did it again. I thought I messed up the cable. But it happened to everybody. It was a creative spot. Wow. And I've got everybody talking. I really enjoyed it. I love kind of stunts like that when they do them well. If they're not great, you just wait at $7 million. Though Lux didn't have to like whatever, because it was promo not spot. Whatever. And then they had a second 15 second creative in the fourth quarter as well called gardener that built off the 62nd that went in half. So three big spots for tubi, it's their Super Bowl debut. I talked to their CMO, her name's Nicole. She's wonderful. She joined the company in August and a big part of our conversation was about how she felt like TV didn't really have a brand identity. How a lot of their previous ad campaigns had been around what content they have on the platform. Not to be as a platform. So a huge priority for her and especially she described this as her coming out. Like the Super Bowl campaign. So it was like establishing two bees brand identity doing this and then to be a mischief are going to be working together on a much longer campaign coming up posted the role. In the words of our colleague Bill Bradley, oh, to be the brand that broke the Internet.
Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"super bowl" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"You're listening to a very special episode of yeah, that's probably an ad. The show that takes a look at film, technology, pop culture, sports sometimes, I guess. Because in the end, everything is an ad. Hello, I'm Shannon Miller, the managing editor of creativity, creator, economy, and DEI. And welcome to a very special Super Bowl packed episode of yeah, that's probably an ad lane. Give us some sound effects. Give us some, I don't know, horns. Music. Do it. Make it big. Yes, yes, this is a very, very special episode and we have a litany of guests joining us tonight. Starting with the most important to
Gambling With an Edge
"super bowl" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"Hi there, guys. Nice to be talking to you again. It's great to have you. Now, people seem to be hedging more on Super Bowl bets this year. What do you make of that? Well, it's not specifically Super Bowl bits. It's hedging in general. I see it a lot in the last two years with the growth of bedding in different states throughout the U.S.. What has become available is a huge menu of options for the player to bet on the game, primarily alternative lines, but also bleeding right into live vetting, where it's just another way of betting on the game in progress. And what I see happening is there's a lot of guys who, you know, they make a lot of bets, more bets than they probably used to, but they're very concerned with, if they fall behind in any way, they want to get out of their bed. And they use these options in the live market to do this, but also I'll see them make a good bet pregame and the line moves a lot and they just want to make a middle shot out of it when they have this real good initial debt and then they just play back at it with a pretty marginal number or something that might be negative just for the sake of doing it. And I'm seeing it a whole lot out there and I can just it's like anticipate what's coming with the Super Bowl. They're going to have the same situation. You're going to have a lot of these early bets that close really good with Super Bowl. I mean, these lines move much more than standard games during the regular season. And invariably, I'm pretty sure we're going to see a lot of buyback here. That is kind of unnecessary. And it's just a bad the last two years with the growth of sports betting. Tears are betting is another one that became, it was like an epidemic of bad teaser betting. And just because it's available in but the terms in the United States are inferior to what the traditional you would get offshore. If that's an epidemic, overhead you get is becoming a pandemic. It's really, I mean, I see it all over the place. And the books love it because you just get juiced to death. You keep betting into these big juice markets, and you're just giving them more volume more volume, more volume. And I think it's worth mentioning that you need to check yourself when it comes to when you want to consider if you're going to hedge something or not. If you've got a really good bet and then you need a roll with it 90 some percent of the time. Is this hedging bankroll considerations or psychological considerations or why do you think people are doing this? I think it's starting to become psychological considerations, but I really believe that most of them think that what they're doing is correct. And this is the way they could say it's by design. I think I'm betting all this stuff because I intend to head back at it. It could be, but the psychological type of hedges are the ones where your bankroll comes into play where it's just a big payout that you really don't want to stomach not getting a piece of or you're just over bet and you want to mitigate some of the risk. And that's sort of a different type of hedging that's the hedging I'm referring to is just doing it for the sake of doing it because I have the opportunity to shoot for some kind of medal, whether it's a good one. People just are very risk averse and, you know, now it sounds like some of these guys are actually fairly sharp betters if they're getting good numbers to start with, but you know you used to see this kind of thing when people get free bets and they want to bet both sides on baccarat just to not take not take a loss on something that cost them zero, right? I mean, they got a free bet. You know, and they don't want to take any kind of risk at all. So they're not considering just the pure EVs of the two vets consider. They just want a guaranteed win, even if it's as low as your EV overall. Yeah. All right. So over and under bets are available at every game. What extra considerations do we have for Super Bowl? Well, I think we referred to as I mentioned to you guys that I think a players when it comes to the Super Bowl should be aware of the ratio of overs to unders that they have. Because a lot of people look at a game, especially when it comes to players with the mindset of a DFS player. They're looking for, what do I like? Do I like this guy? Oh, wow, I really think this guy's going to have a good game. And 90% of their thought process is concentrated on who's going to do well. Leads them to making a lot of over bets with maybe not even considering. Well, I never really could come up with a good reason to like this guy. Maybe that's an under bed. That doesn't occur to them nearly as much as I think this is a good overview. So you can end up with a list of bets by the time kick-off comes that it's just like 80% overs. And in the long run, that's not a good way to go into every game with a big list of rollers because every player can't go over every guy can't get a sec. And this is. Also the history of over and unders. Unders have almost an inherent edge when it comes to player props because everything that can go wrong for you when it comes to a player is detrimental to the old. You could get injured mid game. He could be a running back. And his team falls behind early. Now, not too much incentive to run. They're going to have to pay off some more. Other kinds of things that he's just not being effective in the bench them. There's a lot of things that go on. But with your honor, all those things work in your favor. His story, there was a time ten years ago about when there were a lot of games. If you had just gone and that every player under it, on everything, you came out ahead. It was that much of a bias. Now, it's not that much anymore. But there's still. A preference to bet players ever. And you'll see, are you just asking any sharp player that makes money at this? They say, oh, yeah, most of my best are still owners, even though the market has adjusted for this somewhat. It's still the preferred way to be is to be heavy on under. So if your portfolio has 80% overs, you need to reexamine. You know, another thing that I see a lot of that the sportsbook seemed to be pushing our and yeah, in game or same game, parlays. Right. And you know, I think people who are half sharp maybe have heard of this idea that they're some edge to be had because things in the game can correlate. But the books have taken advantage of this, but why are the books pushing it so much now? Have they just put an enormous amount of juice on these things? Right. The obviously, when you make a same game prior, let's make it simple and say it's a two thing. A two leg barley. And you got quarterback passing two D's, or this would have to make a simple quarterback passing yardage, and you want to bend them over. And you parlay it to his favorite receiver
The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"super bowl" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"I said on Twitter one day that it wasn't like, I think he should get in, but I'm not going to guarantee it, and people got mad at me, and I'm like, dog, I don't get to decide who goes to the Hall of Fame. I'm talking about how difficult it is to get into the pro football Hall of Fame. But he will call him a Hall of Famer. I really don't have any qualm or gripe with that. It's when you try to call him the greatest tight end of all time. I'm like, dude, grunt beyond be on TV at halftime. He's right there. Like this is there aren't a lot of no brainers in the NFL, okay? These are the no brainers on greatest of all time at insert position here, where there's just no way around it. They're really aren't that me. Jim Brown at running back. Jerry Rice and why I receiver. Gronk had Titian. That's it. I don't think there's anywhere else that you can go and just be so sure about it. And I would even say we're Gronk, I think the space between Gronk and the number two tight end whoever you so choose is actually bigger than the gap between Jerry Rice and say Randy Moss. Or bigger than the gap between Jim Brown and whoever you want to make your number two running back. I think the gap is bigger. That guy as good as he is as a tight end. You're not supposed to win a Super Bowl with him as your number one receive option.
"super bowl" Discussed on Verifiable Podcast
"Creating NFTs which have a smart contract showing that this person owns this art with this person on this N of T and yeah, I know a lot of people have been seen most NFTs as ads but NFTs is far far more than arts. It's beyond art. NFTs can be used for several purposes like events for businesses and authors that people haven't yet. That's why a lot of people say that the NFT space is still young and there is still massive things that are going to be happening in the NFT space. So I want to make this very short so let's go to the next topic which is the coinbase art on Super Bowl. I don't know if you've heard about the coinbase art that happened Super Bowl. That was my favorite. I know your own favorite but that was my favorite figo to me. Yeah, it really got me. And the art was just a backward I was just about code on a black background which was bouncing from one point to another to another, just like your DVD screen saver. If you remember how DVD screen festivity player screensaver was. So that's how it was. That's two of my favorite. And a lot of people had their own speculation. You had a lot of people that were like, okay, there's the craziest art and there are some that were like, okay, why would they just do an ad like this when others are put in a lot of celebrities and that's a sign of opinion unique? Yeah, so about that show the art gods 20 million. In just 60 minutes. In one, sorry, 60 seconds. It got 20 million visitors and the coinbase didn't expect the amount of people that got into their app and their site. So the app crashed and this site wasn't they weren't able to control it anymore. It was hanging badly. You can go do your research. Yeah, so that was what happened like towards massive and just yesterday..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"super bowl" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Super Bowl 56 has just wrapped up and the Los Angeles Rams are champions of the NFL after an exciting come from behind win over the Cincinnati Bengals. It was a night of pageantry complete with a star packed halftime show and commercials for crypto and several other goods and services. I'm Stephen Thompson, it is 1105 p.m. on Sunday, and we are talking about Super Bowl 56 on pop culture happy hour from NPR. Support for NPR and the following message come from talk space. Are you in a relationship and having some difficulties need someone to talk to? Talk space gives you unlimited access to a licensed therapist that can help you navigate through the tough times and create healthier connections. Join talk space today and start the journey to happier, healthier relationships. Just visit talk space dot com and get $100 off your first month when you use promo code happy hour at sign up. Here with me is NPR music editorial assistant letitia Harris Haley tisha. Hi Steven. It is a pleasure to have you join us for this football centric conversation. For some of us, we are actually going to dispense with the football pretty quickly. The LA rams overcame key injuries to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in a tightly fought game with several lead changes late, the final score was 23 to 20 in his first year with the rams, quarterback Matthew Stafford overcame an entire career spent quarterbacking the Detroit Lions when he engineered what turned out to be the game winning drive, wide receiver Cooper Cup capped off his amazing season by winning the game's MVP award, catching two touchdowns, Aaron Donald made two key plays to seal the victory while wide receiver Odell Beckham junior caught a touchdown before suffering a knee injury at 36 coach Sean mcvay became the youngest head coach ever to win a Super Bowl and concluded the game by taking a Gatorade bath right in the face. And then, of course, there was the halftime show, which showcased some of the biggest stars in the history of hip hop and R&B, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and 50 cent, all performed. They even had Anderson pack on drums, letitia, we are not really here to talk about football, but what did you think of the experience of watching Super Bowl 56? This is my first Super Bowl and my first football game. So it was very jarring and surreal. I didn't know people enjoyed things like this. But earlier said Steven, it was just like nostalgia trip. I'm not of the age where I would recognize many of those things, but I could tell that it was just heavy pushing on the celebrity cameo propaganda. Every 5 seconds was just like, I'm supposed to know this face and it's supposed to register for me. I'm sure of it. Who is it registering for? Woman's supposed to be thinking about right now. So that was very weird and jarring, but I guess I had fun. Were there commercials that stood out for you? So the scrubs commercial. I was obsessed with scrubs as a kid. And I was like, why is Zach Braff here? What has he done recently? And then I was like, oh yeah, it's going in with a theme, you know, they want me to think about nostalgia and whatnot. I'm defeated, feel mistreated. I'm so angry. I'm singing a song 'cause I'm paying so much for home Internet and my eyes just wrong. I've got team over I was reading Susan Sontag's on photography the other day and she mentions. I knew we were gonna mention Susan Sontag. So sorry to bring this up. But she mentions how capitalism is required or images sustained capitalism and I was just thinking about how all of these references are purposely engineered so that I'll get this and want to buy whatever they're trying to sell me, but it doesn't work if I don't understand the images. So the need for pop culture to just be in your face all the time to understand more pop culture is just so present in this experience and I was like, wow, there's a whole Bible of things I don't understand that I would be probably buying more things if I did understand. You'd be buying all the BMWs in crypto, you could afford. Not the crypto but I would be buying all the BMWs. That would work on me. There were a lot of commercials. I was like, this is working for me. Yeah, I get it. I want that. Yeah, I have to say, I found it absolutely remarkable. How much the experience of watching this game felt lifted straight out of the experience of watching a Super Bowl 20 to 25 years ago. The number of parallels, pop culturally speaking, sports wise, ad wise, really took me aback. I mean, the rams sealed a Super Bowl victory with a dramatic defensive play. That happened in the late 90s. There is a huge tech bubble with ads for stupid stuff of questionable value. That is right out of the dot com boom. There were a whole bunch of early 2000s bangers in the halftime show, just right off the radio circa 2002. You had ads referencing. You mentioned scrubs, but also The Sopranos cable guy. I did not have the cable guy on my Super Bowl bingo card. Austin Powers. I mean, the Austin Powers revival was inevitable. I will help save the world first. Then take over the world. You mentioned just this endless parade of references, but it is really surprising just how much of it was fed to us over the course of the game, all it was missing was like the Super Bowl teams reading the Declaration of Independence during the pregame show in the spirit of post September 11th for how much. For how much the experience felt lifted straight out of the past. I can't wait to see what Super Bowl 76 will be like. I did want to add commercials wise. I mean, you mentioned the BMW ad working for you. The BMW ad was the one with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Salma Hayek. Oh, God, that was such a good one. I have to say very well made commercial. There were several that were had lots of star power, were funny, but I couldn't believe how infrequently I could tell you what an ad was for. 30 seconds after it was over. Which just feels like just a mass failure on the part of the advertising industry? Yeah, I was thinking that crypto ad where the screen was bouncing up against the wall. I was like, it took me forever firstly to realize that they wanted me to go to that. I was like, when is this going to start? And then I finally did it. I was like, oh, of course it's crypto. Why the heck am I looking at this? My family did it and was furious. My roommates and I were like mad. We were like, why in the world did we waste our time doing this? But it's like such a huge advertising risk to one thing people are going to be proactive enough to get off their butts and look at this ad. But then also do what with it. Look at it? I couldn't tell you. I also have to say, one of the few ads where I came away from it knowing exactly what the product was for, was the ad for the Amazon echo. And the Alexa feature and the ad features Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson. And they're living their lives. There are a couple. And I was very taken aback by how much it made me want to buy an Amazon echo even less than I already did. Yeah. I love that we get to sleep in. Ordering fresh mint mouthwash. Extra strength. Okay, I shouldn't get a spray can, you know? 'cause it's on Wednesday. Activating blender. Funerals on Monday. I feel like what worked with the Super Bowl is that they know exactly how to program us and get to what they want us to do. But then because they're so self aware of what we need to be manipulated by them. It ends up not working and failing miserably. I saw that and I was like, I am never ever going to do or watch anything involving Scarlett Johansson again, just because of this. This was a push to you over the edge. I know, and there have been many things. For me to stay where I was, but this is where I have to draw the line. All right, well let's talk halftime show because we had tons of stars, many names to choose from what about the halftime show did and didn't work for you? I'm gonna throw another wild card at you. Okay. That whole halftime performance felt like that moment in catching fire by Susan Collins, great writer. When the victors are trying to subtly resist against the capitol in their interviews and then they end up in raging the audience. It just felt like these were little avatars of blackness moving around the stage and being like, we're here. We matter. We can't ignore our voices. And then you can just see the holes and everything they're doing. Kendrick, sensory,.
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Of that Super Bowl moment. After the Super Bowl, CBS insisted that Janet Jackson apologized on video and a very subdued Jackson complied. My decision to change the Super Bowl performance was actually made after the final rehearsal. MTV. CBS, the NFL had no knowledge of this whatsoever. And unfortunately, the whole thing went wrong in the end. I am really sorry if I offended anyone that was truly not my intention. Timberlake apologized in a more low key fashion. But what happens subsequently was very telling. First, CBS later appealed its $550,000 fine and didn't have to pay it. Justin Timberlake appeared on the Grammys not long after, and his career continued to climb. Janet Jackson's went in the opposite direction. After the Super Bowl incident, she released an album that became her lowest selling record since 1984. Billboard ran a story saying that radio conglomerate clear channel banned Jackson's music from its 1200 radio stations, which they later denied. Her songs were given very low AirPlay not just on other radio stations, but also reportedly on MTV, who may have been unhappy with the loss of future Super Bowl business. And that lack of AirPlay essentially killed any chances of her new album succeeding. Jackson had acting offers suddenly disappear. She would eventually leave her label. It would be 7 years before another female performer headlined the halftime show. Timberlake was invited back to the Super Bowl in 2018. Janet Jackson was never asked again. The Super Bowl broadcast is roughly four hours long. When you look at the $6.5 million price tag for a commercial, it's easy to think that is crazy money. But where else can an advertiser find a live audience who watches every second of every commercial and that audience is one third of the entire population. When you do that math, the price suddenly isn't so unreasonable. The Super Bowl is the biggest marketing show of the year..
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"When Madonna performed at the halftime show in 2012, she invited a number of guest stars. One of those guests was singer MIA, who looked right into the camera and flipped America the bird. The NFL initially filed a $1.5 million claim against MIA and later sought an additional $15.1 million in damages. A confidential settlement was eventually reached, but not before MIA tweeted a Madonna, can I borrow $16 million? At the 2011 Super Bowl, singer Christina Aguilera famously mangled the words to the national anthem. At Super Bowl 41, prince gave a standout performance of purple rain during a torrential rainstorm. At the 1993 Super Bowl, Michael Jackson's halftime show got higher ratings than the actual game did. At Super Bowl 55, a streaker ran across the field, not naked, but in a pink bodysuit. He was tackled by about ten security guards. He was then arrested and charged with misdemeanor trespassing. The judge ruled the streaker was to serve 12 months probation, perform 100 hours of community service and write a letter of apology to the NFL. The streaker offered to write a check instead. The judge was not impressed. Saying that people with means should not be able to get out of a difficult situation just by offering money. So there. But maybe the most controversial halftime performance of all time is.
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Talk about how much food and beverages are consumed as a direct result of the Super Bowl. According to Nielsen data, Americans spend $1.2 billion on beer in the two weeks leading up to the game and another $1 billion on game day. Now you know why Anheuser Busch happily spends $25 million on ads. While beer is the bevy of choice for the Super Bowl, roughly $600 million was spent on spirits and another 650 million on wine. All told the public spent $13.9 billion on Super Bowl related products last year. That's a lot of revenue for a lot of brands. On average, viewers spend just over $74 each that day on food, beverages and team apparel. The Super Bowl is the second largest food consumption day of the year. Beat only by Thanksgiving. That's great news for supermarkets and food manufacturers. It's not a good day for chickens, but it's a great day for the national chicken council. Football fans ate 1.4 billion chicken wings during last year's game. That was a record. Last year, Frito lay noticed that the pandemic affected their sales. In a positive way, because of COVID, there were more smaller gatherings, which resulted in increased purchases of chips and salty snacks. So Frito lay is investing in additional capacity this year and is planning on manufacturing 70 million pounds of chips. Enough to fill 7000 delivery trucks. Restaurants that specialize in the delivery of pizza, chicken wings and tacos are rubbing their hands in anticipation.
Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"super bowl" Discussed on Under the Influence with Terry O'Reilly
"Passed away. It takes four full months to make the Super Bowl trophy. It costs about $50,000. A new one is made every year. So unlike the Stanley Cup which has to be returned, every winning team gets to keep their trophy. Players receive a smaller replica worth about $1500. The actual Vince Lombardi trophy stands 56 centimeters or 22 inches tall and weighs 3.2 kilograms or 7 pounds. It is made entirely of Sterling silver. The triangular base holds a silver football, which is the exact size of a regulation sized game ball. The trophy is made by hand and there are four different silversmithing techniques employed. The Sterling silver sheets are imported from Italy. The silver is heated up to 1000°F, or 537°C to prepare it for shaping. The football's laces are hand cut and soldered onto the trophy. The football even has dimples, like a real football, and each dimple is hand punched. The engraving is also done by hand. It lists the Super Bowl number, the teams, the date, the location and the final score. Then it is given a final polish. And every year, 32 NFL teams dream of winning it. On Super Bowl.
"super bowl" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Yeah, and the best way I can describe LA is LA has some of the worst traffic in the entire country, right? It is a driving city. There's not a lot of public transportation. It has some of the worst traffic in the entire country and nobody gets pissed off on the road, right? There's no honking. There's no flipping people off. There's no assholes. There's nothing because everybody is just super chill man, right? It's just, that was the funniest thing to me is that the traffic was arguably twice as bad at times than what it is here in Boston. But here in Boston, you get in somebody's way. You know what happens, right? Out in LA, just like, oh, go ahead. Yeah, you want to cut me off like no problem. You know why that is? You know why that is, heaven. It is the weather. It is absolutely the weather. People are more chill. And that's why when I say, you know, what's the vibe out here? What's the feeling, the feeling is, okay, there's a Super Bowl, there's a big game on Sunday. When it gets here, I'll pay attention. But until then, I'm not going to get hyped up about it. And that's the other thing. Go ahead. Now the other thing I would just say about the LA culture is that believe it or not, as big as the Super Bowl is for all of us and as big as the Super Bowl is for everybody in this country, LA has got other things going on, right? LA doesn't the Super Bowl is just like another event to these people, right? They have because every year, when you get rolling through in LA, you have the Oscars. You have the Grammys. You have, there's so many other things and entertainment is such a big part of it, not just sports, but Hollywood entertainment that something like the Super Bowl in LA is just another big event of a string of big events that they have every year out there. So football, I was surprised when they decided to move, not just one, but two teams, the Los Angeles because I was really, I'm confused as to where it fits into the culture there. They don't need other teams. I think the Lakers and the Dodgers have real die hard fans. That's happening correct. Yeah, but in terms of like, do they need a football team in Los Angeles? Do they need to? Right. They went from not being able to support one to overnight, suddenly they could support too. In fact, it's funny. You said what you said, you know, the Uber drivers or whatever telling you that and there's no real rams fans. The rams are the more popular of the two teams in that city, right? Yes. There's no question about that, Alex. I don't know where the charger fans are. I mean, you would expect to have seen some charge of memorabilia around here. There's almost none. And right. And there are go rams signage on public transportation on some of the buildings around, but not a lot of it. I mean, and I'm a walker. You guys both know. I do use public transit, even here, and it's been very convenient for me, but you don't, yeah, I'm safe. You don't see signage all over the place for the rams. You just don't. I mean, it's here and there. Certainly. But that's about.
"super bowl" Discussed on NFL explained.
"Out that group. Yeah. Well, Tom Brady has obviously a lot of Super Bowl wins and a ton of those records. And since he just called it a career, I did you and I said we would dedicate multiple podcasts to them, but at least in this Super Bowl deal, we'll give them a whole section to himself. He's the only player to win a Super Bowl over the span of three decades. That one, I think it's almost fair to say that one might not get touched. His 7 Super Bowl wins are more than 27 franchises have in terms of appearances. The teams with at least 7 appearances, the Pats, the cowboys, the Steelers, the Broncos, and the niners, and he has more than two times the amount of passing yards in super bowls as the next quarterback are good friend. And if you missed his episode when he popped on with us, encourage you to go back, but our buddy Kurt Warner. Yeah, now Brady, of course, has ten Super Bowl appearances though. But do you want to know the most consecutive appearances in a Super Bowl? That would go to quarterback Gale Gilbert. Who had 5. He was a backup for the bills on their run of four consecutive losses in the early 1990s. Those Jim Kelly teams, of course. And then he joined the Chargers, just in time to be destroyed by the niners in the 1994 Super Bowl. Oh. All right, well, the longest play in the Super Bowl, a kick-off return. It was a touchdown. Jacoby Jones, Super Bowl 47, the fewest completions by a quarterback in a Super Bowl win. Bob greasy, Miami 6. Only through it 7 times in Super Bowl 8 against Minnesota. The most rushing yards in a game. How about this one? Timmy Smith had 204 yards in Washington's win over Denver in Super Bowl 22. Smith would go on to rush for only 602 yards his entire career. Way to show up in the big game. I'll take it. Yeah, seriously, right? Okay, since the 1970s season, only four teams have won the Super Bowl without playing a home game in the playoffs. That would be the 2005 steelers. The 2007 giants, the 2010 packers, and the 2020 Tampa Bay box, although timpa did actually get to play the Super Bowl in its home stadium, which is what the rams are getting to do. Although the rams are officially the away team in the Super Bowl. Which is just weird, by the way. Don't you think? I mean, it is what it is. It's the AFC's turn. Well, I think they're going to get to use their own locker room. And the Bengals will use the Chargers locker room. That's my best bet. I would hope that that would be the case. All right, Mike, another trivia question for you. How many men have won a Super Bowl as both a coach and a player? Oh, I only know one that I can think of and that's Tony dungy. You are correct, but joining Tony dungy are Tom Flores, Mike Ditka, and Doug Peterson. Oh, that's once again a pretty exclusive list. All right, we'll leave you with a couple more facts about this year's Super Bowl between Cincinnati and LA. Sean mcvay, love the young guys. 36 years and 20 days as of Super Bowl Sunday, by the way. We'll have made the two youngest appearances as a head coach in Super Bowl history and is the youngest head coach in multiple super bowls to be able to coach in that game. Now, McVeigh can also become the youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl. Zack Taylor, by the way, can become the second youngest head coach to win a Super Bowl game. You know, when you see that Mike, when you see this is the first Super Bowl being coached by two men under the age of 40, stab. Talk about feeling old. I'm kind of with you a little bit. But look, in a lot of ways, it also screams to their ability to connect with a lot of their players to have this much success. So kudos to both of those guys. Yeah. And let's talk a little bit more about the Bengals because three years in a row prior to this year, they finished last in their division, and that's been done exactly once before. By the Bengals, in 1981. Wow. And speaking of age, aditi, since you threw it out there, how about we go on the other side of the spectrum? I know we talked about Brady and gave him a lot of love. The rams. Andrew Whitworth started a 164 games for the bangles from 2006 to 2016. Be the oldest offensive lineman to start in the Super Bowl in NFL history at 40 years and 63 days and it is awesome that he's healthy because I know he's been banged up at the end of the season. So once again, I think all of us are kind of focused in on this next Super Bowl. I know we've covered the commercials and the halftime shows, but I think a DB we're going to not only get an amazing football game, but we're also going to get what I'm going to call the greatest halftime show of all time. I don't think there's anyone more excited than me. I'm super, super, super excited, obviously, for the product on the field. Can't wait to be out there. But yes, halftime show, there is no sense of who is this? What's happening? I mean, the league's teaser on the halftime show. The two minute video that we watched on Twitter got me going, I can't wait. Can't wait. I'm with you. Look, I think at the end of the day, we're all expecting a ton of fanfare. It's kind of cool for us to go through some of these records and some of these cool little factoids for the game. And I hope some of our listeners who have been checking out this podcast continue to not only check out our previous ones to learn a little bit more, but they watch this year's Super Bowl through a different lens. I'm totally with you Mike and hey, everybody, thanks as always. That is the Super Bowl, explain. Brought to you by upwork, where you can build the team that will build your business. Learn more at upwork dot com. America's most reliable network is going ultra with Verizon 5G ultra wideband and more and more places with up to ten times faster speeds you can download a movie in mere minutes. What? 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