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Super Bowl 100: The NFL needs to rethink what a stadium looks like - Sports Illustrated
SB 1 season, 18 episodes What will the game of football look like in 50 years? We teamed up with Sports Illustrated to find out by examining the technological and scientific advancements in player training, stadium and equipment designs, data analysis, and the treatment and prevention of concussions. Season 1 Play. SB Sports As Super Bowl played out in all its enormity last night, Super Bowl 50 looked tiny by comparison, the way the Earth now looks to our colonists in space. Sports The application of artificial intelligence to play-calling is already upon us. Last spring, two students at North Carolina State built a model to predict whether an NFL team would pass or run, information that would hugely benefit defensive coordinators.
The Patriots' sixth Super Bowl victory is, of course, the cover story of the issue of Sports Illustrated that hit the newsstands and the internet on Monday. SI's cover features a photo of Tom Brady and the Pats celebrating the only touchdown of the game, Sony Michel's dive from the 2-yard-line in the fourth quarter that gave New England a lead on the way to a victory over the Los Angeles Rams. The magazine also used a new twist on an old favorite by calling the Pats the G. That's Greatest Of All Teams. Patriots fans will disagree with terming the team the "Evil Empire," but they can console themselves by thinking about the Pats' sixth championship in an year span. Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Celtics easily on your device.
Fifty, in football, means Mike Singletary, good field position and the best possible seat for a spectator. The field, of course, is yards long, and a yard game remains the standard of excellence for a running back or receiver. Rendered as a Roman numeral, is C, which might as well stand for Change, because the NFL will see an extraordinary amount of it in the 50 years leading up to Super Bowl And what a beautiful visual that is——the skinny QB of the 1, sneaking behind the two rotund blockers of the zeroes. Throughout the season the two magazines and our websites— SI.
The game is the culmination of a regular season that begins in the late summer of the previous year. Normally, Roman numerals are used to identify each Super Bowl, rather than the year in which it is held. For example, Super Bowl I was played on January 15, , following the regular season.
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Super Bowl 100: The future of the NFL game ball - Sports Illustrated
The Sports Illustrated cover jinx is an urban legend that states that individuals or teams who appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated magazine will subsequently be jinxed experience bad luck. A common explanation for the perceived effect is that athletes are generally featured on the cover after an exceptionally good performance, which might be an outlier compared to their usual level of performance. Therefore, their future performance is likely to display regression toward the mean and be less impressive by comparison. Most athletes that seemed to suffer the jinx most typically suffered because of an injury to their body, or some other bad luck following their appearance. One prime candidate for this explanation is Eddie Mathews who suffered a broken hand while the team's nine game winning streak came to a close following the cover. In this case, the odds are that a player will suffer an injury while playing any given sport.
Editors at Time Inc. The project made its debut in the October print edition of Wired with a look at how football player J. Watt uses exercise science and old-fashioned weightlifting to make his body even more intimidating. But the effort gets under way in earnest today when a two-page feature from the Oct. Other offerings include three videos, a book excerpt, and an online version of the story about Mr. The rest of the series will roll out leading up to Super Bowl 50, which will be played Feb.