After one of the most anti-climatic Super Bowl games in NFL history, sports fans across the globe are waking up on February 3rd, 2014 wondering what to do now. Football is addictive and powerful, but we won’t see a pigskin flying around until August when the preseason games begin. With that being said, it’s time squeeze every last drop out of the Seattle Seahawks‘ dismantling of the Denver Broncos.
Russell Wilson was the fifth quarterback selected in the 2012 NFL Draft and now he’s the only signal-caller to be selected that year with a Super Bowl ring. Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Ryan Tannehill will all serve as competition for Wilson moving forward, but right now it’s hardly a legitimate race:
The Broncos were absolutely pounded on Super Sunday, but Demaryius Thomas made sure to leave his mark on the game, anyway. In his first taste at the highest level, Thomas finished the game with 13 catches, 118 receiving yards and a touchdown. Here’s why Thomas is the real deal:
Yes, there are other sports than football. Apparently, the Phoenix Suns are looking to strike a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers and bring Pau Gasol to the desert. Hey, the Suns are in win-now mode as this team is hungry for its first playoff berth since 2009-10.
Now, back to squeezing every drop out of the Super Bowl. The NFL power rankings are always popular, so be sure to take a look at the most recent rendition as we get set for what should be a wild offseason:
Ah, yes baseball season is just around the bend. Hence, here’s a power-packed slideshow with an inside-look on which MLB lineups will be the most potent come 2014:
If you’re still searching for more Super Bowl-related news than have no fear because Rant Sports will be covering the effects of Super Bowl Sunday all month long!