Super Bowl XLVI Article Roundup

While you’re waiting on the Super Bowl to start, here are some Super Bowl XLVI articles to pass the time. Check back later for updates, Super Bowl commercial analysis and more!

Who’s your pick to win?

On Sunday, February 5, 2012, sports fans will be settling down to watch the New England Patriots and the New York Giants battle it out in Super Bowl XLVI. Where will you be? Don’t spend this year sitting at home watching the game alone on a small TV. Get out, enjoy the game with other fans around greater Austin, and be a part of all the excitement.

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Should Kids Watch the Super Bowl Commercials?

As many families sit down to watch Super Bowl XLV, many kids will be watching as well. In addition to some exciting football, it’s the time of year for the biggest and the best of commercials all year long.


Tom Brady can join Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana as only the third quarterback in NFL history to win four Super Bowls if he can lead his New England

On Friday, we made our Super Bowl picks on PFT Live, at the end of a show featuring Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew and Super Bowl XXXV-winning coach Brian Billick, now of FOX and NFL Network. But since some of you still don’t watch PFT Live on

Washington Post (blog) – ‎16 minutes ago‎

By Cindy Boren For a short time Saturday night, around 24 hours ahead of today’s 6:29 pm EST kickoff, an image celebrating the New York Giants as the champions of Super Bowl XLVI appeared on the team’s website. Doh. ( / via ESPN) “It is

Bloomberg – ‎33 minutes ago‎

Now the National Football League’s oldest coach is a win away from his second Super Bowl title with the New York Giants. Coughlin, 65, has coached the Giants on an late-season surge for the second time in four years, capped by an appearance in today’s – ‎2 hours ago‎

INDIANAPOLIS – This Super Bowl is better than just a rematch, and better than just a showdown of dueling legacies. It’s both, and one factor wouldn’t be as rich without the other. That definitely goes for the legacies at stake.

Wall Street Journal (blog) – ‎5 hours ago‎

By Jeremy Gordon Super Bowl weekend brings bonus Fix coverage. When the Giants and Patriots finally kick off at 6:30 pm, check out the mega-live blog of the game featuring surprise celebrity guests and reports from our team in Indianapolis.

Indianapolis Star – ‎1 hour ago‎

Peerless Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has three Super Bowl rings, but is driven to erase what he considers a subpar outing in his last game, a victory over Baltimore. / Matt Kryger / The Star » Family: He and wife Gisele Bundchen have one son,

CNN International – ‎6 hours ago‎

By Phil Gast, CNN Fans pose for photos around Super Bowl Village in downtown Indianapolis before the start of Super Bowl XLVI. (CNN) — An estimated 111 million US viewers are expected to tune in Sunday for Super Bowl XLVI. It features the scrappy New

Yahoo! Sports (blog) – ‎1 hour ago‎

By Doug Farrar By Doug Farrar | Shutdown Corner – 3 hours ago Since the actual Super Bowl game doesn’t start until late this afternoon/evening at the very earliest (and Tuesday afternoon at the very latest), let’s throw a few longer reads out there to

ESPN – ‎17 hours ago‎

INDIANAPOLIS — The jarring, jostling media arrived here, 5156 strong, a record for the Super Bowl. They approached their task with the zeal and determination of forensic detectives, archaeologists sifting the rubble for … the elusive R-word.