Super Bowl Tailgate Party: RV Tour
Kerry Byrne takes us on a tour of the beautiful RV parked outside our Super Bowl tailgate party in New Orleans.
Patriots Lineman Matt Light Talks About His Love For RVing
During our Super Bowl Tailgate Party in New Orleans, former New England Patriots lineman, Matt Light, talks about how much he loves RV-ing with his family and taking fun adventures in his 42-foot Fleetwood Providence RV.
Top 5 ESPN Adult Film Star Names
Ever notice some of the most well known ESPN personalities have names that are better suited for Porn Stars? Woody Paige and Hannah Storm immediately come to mind.
Would The 49ers Defense Be Able To Stop Their Own QB?
During the San Francisco 49ers media day at Super Bowl XLVII we asked Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman, and Carols Rogers if they would be able to shut down Colin Kaepernick if he played for a different team.
Would The Ravens Defense Be Able To Stop Their Own QB?
During the Baltimore Ravens media day at Super Bowl XLVII we asked Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata, Bernard Pollard, and Corey Graham if they would be able to shut down Joe Flacco if he played for a different team.
Media Heavyweights Offer Lightweight Analysis
Steve Mariucci, Mike Florio, Bill Romanowski, David Koechner, Amani Toomer, Sean Salisbury, and Jay Glazer gives us their prediction for Super Bowl XLVII
Super Bowl Picks From Hot Chicks feat. Katherine Webb
We caught up with Katherine Webb and other lovely ladies during Super Bowl XLVII Media Day and asked for their prediction.
Jim Harbaugh's Stones The Size Of Alcatraz:5 Reasons 49ers Will Win Super Bowl
San Francisco 49ers QB, Colin Kaepernick, can do it all and his Head Coach, Jim Harbaugh, has "stones the size of Alcatraz" for his decision to bench Alex Smith, which paid off in a big way. That's just two reasons the 49ers will win Super Bowl XLVII.
CHFF Interview with ESPN Radio 101.3
The Potentate of Pigskin, Kerry Byrne, gets interviewed by ESPN 101.3 during the Road Trip to New Orleans for Super Bowl 47.
Wacko For Flacco: 5 Reasons Ravens Win
Baltimore Ravens QB, Joe Flacco, has 8 TDs and 0 INTs this post-season and is the highest rated passer this postseason. But that's not the only reason the Ravens will win Super Bowl XLVII
Super Bowl XLVII: Ravens vs. 49ers
The Ravens and 49ers last met in Harbaugh Bowl on Thanksgiving 2011. Baltimore dominated Alex Smith and the 49ers, but now game-breaker Colin Kaepernick is at the helm. However, Baltimore's Joe Flacco is the deadliest passer in the 2012 postseason.
Qadry Ismail Drops By Our Road-Trip
Super Bowl winner and current WBAL Analyst predicts the Ravens will beat the 49ers by 7 points if the Baltimore Defense can contain Colin Kaepernick.
Road Trip To Super Bowl XLVII: Fox & Friends
The Football Nation crew stops in New York City to tailgate with "Fox and Friends" on their way to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans. Kerry Byrne was joined by Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Jessica Perez and Chef Steve Difillippo.
Jessica Perez Picks Ravens To Win Super Bowl XLVII
During our tailgate with "Fox and Friends" in New York City, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Jessica Perez has a unique way of revealing her Super Bowl pick.
10 Yard Dash | Man-Cathlon
The Football Nation road-trip gang took part in the next Man-Cathlon event, the 10-yard-dash, with some help from Qadry "The Missile" Ismail.
CHFF Interview with 104.3 The Fan
Kerry Byrne hops on 104.3 the Fan in Denver for a quick radio interview about our RV Roadtrip to Super Bowl XLVII, Joe Flacco's progression as an NFL Quarterback, and why New Orleans is the best city to host a Super Bowl.
Man-Cathalon Buffalo Wing Eating Contest
In the first event of the Man-Cathalon, Kerry, Frankie C, and Bill compete in a Buffalo Wing Eating Contest. The person who eats the most wings in 60 seconds wins
Road Trip New Orleans: A Little Motivation
Kerry Byrne tries to convince Chef Steve DiFillippo to join the Football Nation gang in the RV for their Road Trip to the Super Bowl
Baltimore Ravens NFL's Bracket Buster
The Super Bowl used to have something close to a 12-win minimum to make a Super Bowl. These days, nine- and 10-win teams are in the Super Bowl year after year. The Baltimore Ravens are the latest in a long line of recent bracket busters.