Eating 24 dozen chicken wings before lunch seems impossible; watching someone else do it is remarkable. James 'The Bear' McDonald of Granby, Conn. won Wing Bowl 21, the annual Philadelphia-based chicken wing-eating contest, by chomping down 287 chicken wings in the Wells Fargo Center on Friday morning.
The biggest stage will play host to American's biggest game on Sunday when Super Bowl XLVII kicks off Sunday in New Orleans. Looking back at the previous 46 Super Bowls, some moments stick out more than others. In some cases, they stick out like a sore thumb. Let's take a look at the six worst (and in some cases funny) moments in Super Bowl history.
In the vein of conspiracy theories often suggested by late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, two former star wide receivers of the NFL franchise believe that their head coach intentionally changed the game plan so his team would lose Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003.
"Who is the most overrated franchise in American sports?" When this question is asked amongst sports fans, a heated debate is sure to follow. The Dallas Cowboys? No way. This is a franchise with 5 Super Bowl championships. How about a the Chicago Cubs? Sure they might have two World Series on their resume, but those came...
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