Super Bowl XLVIII was a blow out. The Seahawks controlled the game from the first snap and went on to win 43-8. The game itself was pretty boring but the memes it inspired made up for it. Here are 20 of best we could find. God bless the internet.
Out of the handful of Super Bowl commercials I’ve seen, this is my favorite so far. Morpheus almost convinced me that Kia’s were cool.
Kahlei Stone-Kelly is only 2-years old and he’s already better on a skateboard than you or I will ever be. The Australian born Stone-Kelly comes from a family of skateboard enthusiasts which helps to explain how he ended up on a board at such a young age. The parents may want to look into getting him a helmet and some pads though. Safety first!
Beats by Dre has teamed up with Graff Diamonds to create these special edition Super Bowl Headphones for both the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. All of the custom headphones feature a handcrafted Super Bowl emblem. The Broncos players received a white gold edition and the Seattle Seahawks received yellow gold editions. The emblem is also outfitted with a couple of diamonds to match the Super Bowl ring both teams are playing for. Take a closer look below.
Right on the heels of his now legendary post-game interview with Erin Andrews, Richard Sherman stars in the latest Beats by Dre commercial. It’s fitting that it focuses on the often negative media coverage that Sherman receives. Check it out.
This would be so awesome. One of these days I’m going to skydive, you just watch world, it’s going to happen. Anyways, before the AFC Championship Game kicked off this past Sunday, these guys jumped from a plane and landed inside the stadium. Best part? The whole is experience is in this video.
Big fan of March Madness? Think you have what it takes to fill out a perfect bracket? Well, good news is that if you pick a perfect bracket, Warren Buffett and Quicken Loans have teamed up to give you a billion dollars. That’s right, a billion. The payment options are as follows: “Any qualified entrant who correctly enters the contest and predicts the winners of every game in the tournament will share the total $1 billion prize paid in 40 annual installments of $25 million. Alternatively, the winner(s) may elect to receive an immediate $500 million lump sum payment or share in that lump sum payment if there is more than one perfect bracket submitted.”
Simply put, whoever designed these 2014 NBA All Star uniforms did a really bad job.
Take a look at some vintage surfing photos taken in Australia during the 60′s and 70′s by photographer John Witzig. They are a dope reminder of how far the sport has come over the years.
This man just wrote himself into NFC Championship legend.