The Seattle Seahawks will face the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl next month, but thanks to Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman's antics after the NFC Championship game Sunday, no one is talking about the game, at least for now.
John Clayton provides insight into how the Rams will improve their quick-strike offense, why the loss of Michael Crabtree will hurt the 49ers on third down, how Chip Kelly's fast-break offense will help DeSean Jackson, and the Titans rushing fixes.
After an explosive interview following the NFC Championship game, Seattle defensive back Richard Sherman was labeled a "thug" by many in the media. Sherman talks about the game and his feelings on Michael Crabtree while visiting Barwis Methods, an elite athlete training facility outside of Detroit, Michigan.
Curtis Conway on how the Ravens may have trouble with Michael Crabtree in the Super Bowl. (01/23/13)
A divorcee who wishes to be a horse trainer and an older small-town Arizona druggist fall for each other with comical complications.
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Where myth meets history. Where legend meets reality. The roads cross at San Antonio de Bexar and the small, ruined mission there: the Alamo. In the spring of 1836, nearly 200 Texans - men of all races who believed in the future of Texas - held the fort for 13 days under siege by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, ruler of Mexico and commander of its forces. Led by three men - the young, brash Col. William Travis; the violent, passionate James Bowie; and the larger than-life living legend David Crockett - the Texans and their deeds at the Alamo would pass into history as General Sam Houston's rallying cry for Texas independence and into legend for their symbolic significance. Historical action western detailing the 1835-36 Texas revolution before, during, and after the famous siege of the Alamo (February 23-March 6, 1836) where 183 Texans (American-born Texans) and Tejanos (Mexican-born Texans) commanded by Colonel Travis, along with Davey Crockett and Jim Bowie, were besieged in an abandoned mission outside San Antonio by a Mexican army of nearly 2,000 men under the personal command of the dictator of Mexico, General Santa Anna, as well as detailing the battle of San Jacinto (April 21, 1836) where General Sam Houston's rag-tag army of Texans took on and defeated Santa Anna's army leading to the independence of Texas. "The Alamo" retells the events surrounding that battle from multiple perspectives on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border. John Lee Hancock (The Rookie) directs a cast that includes Patrick Wilson (Lt. Col. William Travis), Jason Patric (James Bowie), Billy Bob Thornton (David Crockett), and Dennis Quaid (Gen. Sam Houston).
In 1836, Texans hold the Alamo for 13 days while under siege.
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