February 1, 2009: Steelers defeat Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII on an incredible six-yard touchdown catch from Ben Roethlisberger to Santonio Holmes with 35 seconds to play. Pittsburgh would go on to win the game 27-23, handing the Steelers the franchise’s record-breaking sixth Lombardi Trophy. It is still, to thisRead More →

Sunday’s Conference Championship games didn’t exactly go as I was expecting them to play out. I, as well as many others, were almost expecting a blowout in the AFC Championship with the NFC Championship game coming down to the wire. Instead, it was the other way around. New England trailedRead More →

Okay, I’ll be honest. We here at All-Out Blitz have truly struggled with game picks this postseason. But that’s what so great about the NFL playoffs, right?? Any given Sunday! Sunday afternoon’s Conference Championship match-ups feature three squads without any Super Bowl victories (Jacksonville, Philadelphia and Minnesota) and one squadRead More →

Case Keenum’s “walk-off” 61-yard touchdown toss to wide receiver Stefon Diggs’ in Minnesota’s shocking 29-24 Divisional Round win over New Orleans Sunday night had everyone’s jaw on the ground. Even his own teammates were shell-shocked by the incredible catch and run by Diggs. The win would set-up one of myRead More →

Good news for Pittsburgh Steelers fans: All-Pro wideout Antonio Brown appears to be good to go for Sunday afternoon’s Divisional round match-up against Jacksonville. https://twitter.com/AKinkhabwala/status/952213676676861960 Brown, 29, is coming off his fifth straight regular season with 100+ receptions and 1,200+ yards, doing so in just 14 games. For the secondRead More →

The 2017-18 NFL postseason resumes Saturday afternoon, with the Atlanta Falcons looking to continue its hot streak in the NFC showdown at Philadelphia (4:35 p.m. ET). The Saturday slate caps with the defending champion Patriots playing host to the underdog Tennessee Titans (8:15 p.m. ET). On Sunday, the underdog AFCRead More →

The day we’ve been waiting for all season has finally arrived. It’s Super Bowl Sunday, basically a National holiday across the United States of America. At approximately 6:30 p.m. (eastern time), Super Bowl LI will kick-off in Houston. Will the trend of MVP winners losing in the Super Bowl continue?Read More →