2015 Sport Addiction Year in Review

It was a busy year full of great accomplishments and damaging scandals but here are the stories that made the biggest headlines in 2015.

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Instant Classic in Arizona

A year ago the Super Bowl was over the as soon as it began as the Denver Broncos fumbled on their first drive. It was clear from the start that the Seahawks were ready to win their first ever Super Bowl. They went on to an easy 43-8 win as the best defence in the league beat up on the best offence in the league. A year later the best defence in the league was back at it again as they were once again looking to prove that defence is king.

Super Bowl XLIX Preview

The biggest show in North American sports is back again as the Super Bowl travels to one of its favourite location in Arizona. Glendale will host the 49th Super Bowl a year after the NFL experimented with an outdoor Super Bowl. Last year the Super Bowl travelled north to New Jersey where the open air of MetLife Stadium caused plenty of concern. The Northeast in February can be brutal but luckily for the league it ended up one of the more mild days of that winter.

2015 NFL Playoff Preview

That party is over for most as people around the world welcomed in a new year but for football fans that party is just about to begin. The NFL playoffs are here and it is the best time of year for NFL fans. The regular season has been a great one with some surprises and many of the top teams finding their way back to the playoffs. Although the regular season was full of drama it will be nothing compared to what is coming. The NFL playoffs are some of the highest tension and most exciting games in sports as they marl the only Big Four sport in North American with single elimination games.

2014 NFL Preview: Road to Super Bowl XLIX

In 2013 the NFL decided to change things up from their usual location decisions and went to an open stadium in a cold weather city. It is generally not the decision to make for the league as they prefer to take weather out of the equation in the biggest game of the year. The NFL does not want to see a game come down to a gust of wind or a match where one team that is more used to the cold gets and advantage at the start of February.

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