SI.com's latest mock draft, grades for every major Super Bowl 51 player and more in NFL Hot Clicks
The Cleveland Browns are on the Clock
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This Will Never Happen
The Best Player in Super Bowl 51 Might Surprise You
After reviewing the tape, Greg Bedard hands out grades to all 67 players who saw major time in Super Bowl LI. As one would expect, Tom Brady and Matt Ryan both get A’s, but neither was the best player on the field.
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Super Bowl 51 Sports Section Headlines
The Patriots comeback victory over the Atlanta Falcons in overtime forced a lot of writers to redo their stories and put newspaper designers on a tight deadline, too. Here are some of the section fronts to come out of the greatest Super Bowl ever.
Sports Illustrated Vault Gem: Earl Campbell
Earl Campbell had never given much thought to being poor, had never really realized how deprived his family had been, until—in the space of a single year—he won the Heisman Trophy, signed a contract worth $1.4 million to play for the Houston Oilers and became the hottest thing to hit the NFL since Monday Night Football. When the full weight of his family's privation hit him, Campbell decided to take some of his NFL greenbacks and build a spacious new house for his mother and then turn the rundown plank shack where he had grown up into a museum where other underprivileged kids could come see firsthand that the NFL was, indeed, the land of opportunity. READ MORE
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Gallery: The Top 10 Super Bowls
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