Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl’

Colin Kaepernick For Superbowl MVP

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013


49ers vs Ravens Super Bowl

Colin Kaepernick’s signature celebration.

This sunday a 25 year old Colin Kaepernick will take the field as the starting quarterback in the Super Bowl game. He joins the likes of Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and Kurt Warner as second year quarterbacks to make the Super Bowl. All three of these quarterbacks won in there first trip to the big game. Maybe its a perceived lack of pressure or maybe its just beginner’s luck but it seems that young QB’s do not suffer a Super Bowl learning curve. Each of these QBs has their own story- from Brady stepping in for an injured Drew Bledsoe to Kurt Warner making his way from the Arena Football League to captain of the greatest show on turf or Ben Roethlisberger dropping in the draft and landing on a Super Bowl contending team. These stories were told in full but Kaepernick story seems to be lost in the mess of other Super Bowl stories like the tale of two Harbaughs, Ray Lewis’ final ride, Randy Moss as the greatest receiver ever, or Alex Smith watching from the side line.

It is my opinion that the San Francisco 49ers’ will win the Super Bowl and Colin Kaepernick will be named Super Bowl MVP; so, I wanted to take a minute to look at all the stars that had to align to put Colin Kaepernick in this unlikely situation. (more…)

Fantasy Football Podcast – E56 – Super Bowl 46 Preview

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Who will come out on top? Our guests provide their picks.

Justin Burniske (@jburnike) is joined by Pats Fan Matt Piccicuto (@mattep13), then brings on special Guest Rob Wood who makes his own bold Super Bowl 46 prediction.

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Football Podcast – E55 – Grandpa Burniske Super Bowl Preview

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Nothing like a history lesson to prepare you for the Super Bowl...

Justin Burniske (@jburniske) is joined by Grandpa Burniske to look at a little family football history and to talk Super Bowl 46.

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Super Bowl XLV Fantasy Review

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Rodgers took home Super Bowl MVP honors and the championship belt.

The Super Bowl resulted in an outcome that many people expected with the red-hot Green Bay Packers winning their fourth Super Bowl in team history with a 31-25 victory. Though this was a higher scoring game than most assumed, the story was still highlighted by defensive plays. The Steelers turned the ball over three times, including a Nick Collins’ interception for a TD, which gave the Packers a 14-0 lead early. Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers was able to pick Pittsburgh’s defense apart and Big Ben had some costly mistakes. With this in mind lets take a closer look at the fantasy match-ups compared to our FFS projections.