There’s more to the Super Bowl than just a football game—no matter how big its implications are. Aside from that all-important “world champions” title on the line, there’s the sideshow of the commercials, the party food and maybe a little friendly wagering.
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You don’t even have to be a 49ers or Ravens fan to find something to suit your taste. If you’re a football fan period, you’ll love these great offers.
Sports Illustrated: This weekly magazine is about the best way to keep up with all your favorite sports—like the NFL and fantasy football—and even learn a thing or two about some others. And whether you choose a 6-month, or 1- or 2-year subscription, you’ll pay less than $1 an issue.
Coming Back Stronger: Unleashing the Hidden Power of Adversity: This book by Super Bowl-winning quarterback Drew Brees details his comeback from a serious shoulder injury, as well as New Orleans recovering from Hurricane Katrina and the Saints’ franchise fighting to survive.
Before They Were the Packers: Green Bay’s Town Team Days: What was life like before the NFL? Well, there was still football in Green Bay, and this book details those early days before the town’s beloved Packers became founding members of the professional league.
Manning: One of the most recognizable last names in the NFL, this book is a collaboration between father, Archie, and Super Bowl-winning son Peyton. It’s a lot about football and family, as well as the Manning patriarch’s take on competitiveness among today’s youth and the new-look NFL.
Dallas Cowboys Calendar: It’s been awhile since the five-time Super Bowl-winning Cowboys hoisted the Lombardi Trophy, but true fans of America’s Team aren’t about to give up hope. Display your Dallas pride with this calendar that includes the team’s 2013 schedule, trivia, stats and more.
Redskins Warpath: Washington fans were hoping rookie sensations Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris could help propel the Redskins beyond the Wild Card Round of the playoffs. Not a bad year overall, but what’s next? Stay on top of the latest news and developments with this insider magazine.
Super Bowl I-XLVI Collection: Just how much do you love the biggest game in the NFL? This 23-disc set takes a look back at the unforgettable highlights and legends over the past 45 years. Also included are a 26-page book and countdown of the top 10 Super Bowls as rated by the NFL Network.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Behind the Steel Curtain: If the saying that defense wins championships is true, then no defense has proven itself better than the Steelers’. This DVD explores the vaunted “Steel Curtain” defense of the 1970’s, when the team’s championship dynasty of winning a league-record six Super Bowls was just getting started.