There have been 65 preseason games, 256 regular season games, 10 playoff games, one Pro Bowl and now, the 334th game of the NFL season: Super Bowl XLVIII. This Sunday at 6:30, the Denver Broncos led by Peyton Manning, one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, will take on the Seattle Seahawks, a team without one player with Super Bowl experience. The Bulldog staff is here to give you their predictions on Sunday's big game.
By Alec Fink
To many Redskins fans around the area, the hiring of new head coach Jay Gruden is a relief as D.C.'s beloved football team can have a fresh start and hopefully return to the success similar to the 2012-2013 season. With a new head coach, there should be a more healthy relationship between coaches and players than that of the Shanahan era, which plagued the team as of late.
By the end of the day, we will know which two teams will be headed to the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium. But why wait? The Staff will tell you right now who will win this afternoon's games.
By Matt Hansan
Editor & Social Media Director
College football will see major changes next season with the introduction of a postseason playoff system. This new, simple format will allow more teams to compete for the BCS National Championship, but also ensure the two best teams will play on the biggest stage.