What an incredible weekend of football!
Peyton Manning led the Broncos past the New England Patriots with another stunning display, throwing for 400 yards with video game accuracy. He continues to have the greatest single season at the quarterback position in NFL history, and will get one more shot to make this the crowning season on his Hall of Fame career.
After that game ended, the most physical game of the season afforded America the opportunity to watch Richard Sherman's postgame... interview... with Erin Andrews. The Seahawks and 49ers brought us everything fans expected in an NFC championship game: brutal hitting, great clutch plays and terrible officiating.
On Feb. 2, the best defense in the NFL will get a chance to battle perhaps the greatest offense in the game's history. What a treat to watch Sherman and company go to work against Manning and his group of all-world receivers!
Three months after the Super Bowl, the lives of roughly 250 young men will change when their names are called during the 2014 NFL Draft. Some players will know their final destination, others might assume where they'll go and then OMAHA! they land later than they anticipated.
A record 98 underclassmen have declared for this year's draft, which will present opportunities to 30 teams to fill the holes on their roster as they all try to get to where the Seahawks and Broncos are headed - the Super Bowl.
Before we have any more audibles, let's take a look ahead at how the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft might play out.
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