SUPERBOWL.COM Has The Game Covered From Every Angle

Top Analysts plus Unique Features from NFL Network
Super Bowl MVP Voting & First-Ever Desktop Super Bowl Photo Collections from Eyetide

Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 2, 2005 - While Jacksonville will host its first ever Super Bowl, fans will once again find a familiar online destination for all latest news and information around the big game, SUPERBOWL.COM.

SUPERBOWL.COM will include the most powerful lineup of analysts with Super Bowl experience, including Super Bowl XXI MVP PHIL SIMMS, Super Bowl XXVII MVP TROY AIKMAN, who will call the game on FOX, and Super Bowl XXIII teammates BOOMER ESIASON, who will call the game on CBS Radio and CRIS COLLINSWORTH, who will also call the game on FOX. These analysts will draw upon their Super Bowl experience to give fans insight into the game and key match-ups to watch for. SUPERBOWL.COM will also offer a unique variety of features that allow users inside the game, with access to the press conferences and locker rooms and behind-the-scenes at all the entertainment festivities leading up to the game.

For the fifth time in Super Bowl history, fans will have the opportunity to vote exclusively on SUPERBOWL.COM for the Most Valuable Player. In the fourth quarter of the game, fans, along with a media panel, will select the MVP, who receives the Pete Rozelle Trophy along with a 2005 Cadillac. Votes on SUPERBOWL.COM will count 20 percent towards the MVP.

SUPERBOWL.COM will also be home to exciting multimedia programming, including video features and previews, produced by Emmy-award winning NFL Films, and live audio streaming of press conferences, player interviews, and other events in Jacksonville. SUPERBOWL.COM will also provide selected video and text features from NFL Network, the League's 24-hour television channel, providing exclusive access to NFL fans.

For the first time, SUPERBOWL.COM and will offer action photographs of Super Bowl XXXIX for desktop photo collections from Eyetide. Fans can get hundreds of photos featured in seven collections, including Eagles and Patriots 2004 season highlights, 2004 NFL Playoffs highlights and Great Super Bowl moments with prices ranging from $3.95-$5.95. These NFL photo collections can be accessed at

Other SUPERBOWL.COM programming will include:

Fantasy Football: Fans can play the Playoff Challenge and have a chance to win a trip to Super Bowl XL in Detroit.

Entertainment: SUPERBOWL.COM will cover the pageantry and pop culture aspects of the Super Bowl with celebrity interviews and coverage of the parties and entertainment performances.

Game Day: During the game, fans can log onto SUPERBOWL.COM for the site's GameCenter statistical application and hear foreign language audio feeds.

Kids: SUPERBOWL.COM will offer KIDS.SUPERBOWL.COM where children of all ages can read Q&A sessions with NFL players, get football facts and trivia and play football related games.

Other analysts contributing to the most complete Super Bowl coverage include Hall of Fame coach MARV LEVY, former vice president of player personnel for the Dallas Cowboys, GIL BRANDT, national editor VIC CARUCCI, GREGG EASTERBROOK, and former NFL personnel executive PAT KIRWAN. Also contributing will be CBS NFL senior writers PETE PRISCO and CLARK JUDGE, who will file daily stories and notebooks that provide fans with the most in-depth coverage of the Super Bowl.

For the fifth consecutive year, SUPERBOWL.COM is produced in partnership by CBS, a leading Internet sports media organization and division of CBS Sports, which hosts and produces year-round.

SUPERBOWL.COM is presented by Pepsi, and is part of the NFL Internet Network, the most popular sports league property.

SUPERBOWL.COM can be accessed directly at as well as through, CBS and AOL Keyword:

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CBS Inc. — Corporate Communications — (954) 489-4000 National Football League — Dan Masonson (904) 391-4262