Inside the NFL

Superbowl XLVIII
Super Bowl XLVIII will be the 48th edition of the Super Bowl in American football, and the 44th annual championship game of the modern-era National Football League (NFL). It is scheduled to be held on February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium. This will be the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold weather environment. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to witness history in New York.

Buffalo Bills
The Buffalo Bills will be going into the 2013/14 NFL Season looking to regain their early 1990’s form when they appeared in 4 straight Superbowls. The Bills will be in Toronto again this year playing at the Rogers Centre so don’t miss your opportunity to see them north of the border or in Buffalo at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

Indianapolis Colts
With the Peyton Manning era in the rear view mirror and the beginning of the Andrew Luck era in Indianapolis, the Colts surprised everyone last year by making the playoffs with a rookie QB at the helm. After overcoming so team adversity all year with their head coach Chuck Pagano being diagnosed and battling Leukemia, the Colts look to build on their rookie QB’s season and their head coach’s will to fight and return to the playoffs in 2013.

New York Giants
Eli Manning and the New York Giants will be looking to rebound from a disappointing 2012/13 campaign where it saw them miss the NFL post-season by 1 game. The two-time Superbowl MVP will be eager to lead his team back to the playoffs to try and win their 3rd Superbowl in 6 years in New York in front of the hometown fans.

Detroit Lions
Calvin Johnson is coming off one of the most dominant seasons by a wide receiver in NFL history. After breaking the single season record for receiving yards, Megatron will be looking to build on his amazing 2012/13 season. QB Matthew Stafford will look to bounce back from a sub par year and get the Lions back into the playoff picture in 2014.

Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers look to regroup from a rare underachieving 2012 season after missing the post season in 2012. The Steelers watched their biggest AFC North rivals, the Baltimore Ravens win Superbowl XLVII in New Orleans. In 2013, the Steelers look to add to their NFL record 6 Superbowls. Follow the Steelers all year to see if Big Ben can bring them back to the promise land.

Seattle Seahawks
With the recent acquisition of star receiver Percy Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings, the Seattle Seahawks have one of the most complete teams on both sides of the ball in the NFL. Seattle 2nd year QB Russell Wilson will be looking to continue his dominance through the air and on the ground to try and get Seattle back into the playoffs in 2013.