The day after the Super Bowl did not bring much news, but Kurt Warner was stirring the pot a bit when he said that the Cards make a mistake trading Anquan Boldin. Oh, well. Here are today's links.
Word From the Birds Blog | Defense wins championships(?)
Defenses win championships. Except it’s not true. Is it any wonder, then, that teams were looking for offensive head coaches?
Warner: Cardinals made mistake in trading Boldin ArizonaSports.com
Among those who felt the trade was a mistake three years ago: former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner.
Detroit Lions release Titus Young - Pride Of Detroit
The Detroit Lions have parted ways with wide receiver Titus Young.
What is Alex Smith doing right now? Feb. 4 - SBNation.com
The Super Bowl is over and it's time for everyone to go home. Even Alex.
Super Bowl 2013: Roger Goodell, NFL respond to Super Dome blackout - SBNation.com
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday discussed the power failure that delayed Super Bowl XLVII nearly an hour.
2013 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Super Bowl mock brings changes - SBNation.com
The draft order is set, and the mock drafting has begun.
Super Bowl 2013: Blackout highlights surreal, entertaining evening - SBNation.com
Super Bowl 47 featured one of the more entertaining games in Super Bowl history. People will be talking about it for years to come, but much of that talk will surround a 30-minute blackout in the third quarter.
Super Bowl 2013's best and worst commercials - SBNation.com
Super Bowl commercials are usually spiritually hollow and ought to be forgotten. There were a few exceptions Sunday night, though. Here, we take a look back at the best, worst, and funniest ads from Super Bowl XLVII.
A night in Charm City - SBNation.com
The Ravens Super Bowl was interrupted by a blackout in New Orleans and nearly turned into the biggest collapse in Super Bowl history. What was it like in Baltimore?
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