Monday, January 5, 2015
Since becoming the official pizza sponsor of the NFL, Papa John's has released special pizza offers each year leading up to and during the Super Bowl. This year, it's a buy-one-get-one promotion during the playoffs.
Papa John's announced in a recent commercial featuring Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Hall of Famer Joe Montana that football fans will receive a free, one-topping large pizza with the purchase of any large pizza (of equal or greater value at regular menu price) during the playoffs.
The NFL's conference playoffs will run through Sunday, Jan. 18 and the Super Bowl will be played on Sunday, Feb. 1. There's been no word yet if Papa John's will offer an additional free pizza promotion for the Super Bowl.
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
|(Photo via @jhoran8 on Twitter)|
Just one problem.
That's definitely not Christian's dad.
McCaffrey was a receiver at Stanford before going on to win three Super Bowls—one with San Francisco and two with Denver—in the NFL. He's aged since his playing days, but he doesn't resemble the man ESPN identified as him on Wednesday.
So @ESPN -- you keep ID-ing some guy as me and giving him some great airtime but it isn't me! Seriously.
— Ed McCaffrey (@87ed) December 31, 2014
Christian McCaffrey has been dicing Maryland up. Averaging 8.7 yards per rush and 31 yards per punt return. Little bit of everything.
— Daniel Martin (@DMartinCSN) December 31, 2014
Christian McCaffrey, son of @87ed, having a great game on ESPN tonight. pic.twitter.com/NESo6atgVu
— Jon Heath (@JonHeathNFL) December 31, 2014
Wow! Greg McElroy just said that a heisman trophy could be in Christian McCaffrey's future! #highpraise #copreps
— Eric Christensen (@cbseric) December 31, 2014
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Guarantee is used in quotation marks because Pot Roast alleges that his quotes were taken out of context. Here's what he told the Denver Post's Mark Kiszla:
"It doesn't matter what happens. At the end of the year, we're hoisting that trophy . . . I don't care if New England doesn't lose again. I don't care where we have to play. I don't care who our opponent is. We're not going to be satisfied until we hoist that trophy."
It seems that Knighton inadvertently replaced "our goal is" with "we are" going to win the Super Bowl. Judging from Knighton's follow-up tweet on Monday, that's likely the case:
I didn't guarantee a super bowl win. I just said I don't give a f**k who we play. We as a team have one goal. Being super bowl champs.
— Terrance Knighton (@MrKnighton2u) December 15, 2014
On Monday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady responded to Pot Roast's remarks.