It wasn't the best year year for super bowl commercials, but I thought this Volkswagon ad was the best. Honorable mention to Google and the Bud Light T-Pain autotune ad.
15 observations: Baskett, Payton and more | Philly | 02/07/2010
The play you will remember when you think about this Super Bowl 20 years from now is the onside kick to start the second half. With the Saints trailing 10-6, Sean Payton decided to gamble, and of all people, it was Hank Baskett who could not handle the kick. New Orleans recovered and went 59 yards for the touchdown to take a 13-10 lead.
Goodell: NFL to mull ban on 3-point stance | Philadelphia Daily News | 02/08/2010
No more three-point stance? NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says it's possible. Concerned about concussions, Goodell said the league would keep looking for ways to make the game safer. Speaking on CBS' "Face the Nation" hours before the Super Bowl, he didn't rule out the idea of banning the three-point stance for linemen to reduce the ferocity of collisions at the line of scrimmage.
Ashley Fox: Brees passes; Manning fails | Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/08/2010
It was the mistake that halted all talk of legacy and supremacy for one man, and brought immortality to the other.
Super Bowl Commercials: Liveblogging The Reason This All Happens - SB Nation
SB Nation's Spencer Hall offered his thoughts on the real reason Super Bowl Sunday is so celebrated: the commercials. This year's theme: men in their underwear.
Roger Daltry, Who not happy with performance - ESPN
The Who's frontman Roger Daltry didn't really care for his experience singing at halftime of Sunday's Super Bowl. Daltry, who doesn't hide the fact that he isn't a fan of American football, thought the whole idea of singing a medley of classic rock songs in 12 minutes at halftime of a sporting event "a little strange." "It didn't even feel like a concert," Daltry said. "It's a television show. And what can you do in 12 minutes?"