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 this
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 trailed
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 squad
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 my
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 second
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 AFC
This afternoon, the 2017-18 NFL Wild Card weekend kicks off with Tennessee visiting Arrowhead Stadium to take on the AFC West champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Saturday slate will be capped with the Falcons visiting the L.A. Rams at 8:15 p.m. Here’s the All-Out Blitz staff writers Ben Heck and
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?