John Harbaugh

Top 10 Brother Duos in the NFL

Peyton and Eli Manning headline the best brothers in the NFL today.
Peyton and Eli Manning headline the best brothers in the NFL today.

This Thanksgiving, families will come together and gather around the table to break bread — eating turkey and telling stories. Some of those families will include brothers who currently strap on a helmet and play football in the NFL.

This past weekend, St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long went head-to-head against his younger brother, rookie Chicago Bears offensive guard Kyle Long. In fact, the brother dynamic caught the eye of the cameras when a fight broke out and the older Long ran to pull his younger brother away from the scrum.

Most Memorable Moments of Super Bowl XLVII

The commercial breaks were nearly as exciting as the game, musical acts and unintentional comedy.
<p> Most Memorable Moments of Super Bowl XLVII, including the Superdome blackout, Alicia Key's record-breaking National Anthem, Beyonce's halftime performance, Jacoby Jones' record-tying 108-yard kickoff return, Ed Reed's record-tying INT, a fake field goal, intentional safety, Bar Refaeli's kiss, Psy's pistachios, the Harbaugh brothers and Ray Lewis' final speech.</p>

Super Bowl XLVII had it all — a blackout, fireworks, records broken, sex appeal and mass hysteria. The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers, 34–31, at the Superdome in New Orleans. But there was plenty of action, from Alicia Keys' National Anthem to Beyonce's halftime show to Ray Lewis' postgame speech, and every commercial in between. These are the most memorable moments from Super Bowl XLVII.

Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bets

Betting advice on the national anthem, halftime show with Beyonce, winning Gatorade bath and more.
<p> Super Bowl XLVII Prop Bets, including the National Anthem time sung by Alicia Keys, the halftime show with Beyonce, heads or tails on the coin toss, the color of the Gatorade bath, the game's MVP and which team will cover the spread.</p>

Super Bowl betting — and prop bets, in particular — attract sharks and suckers alike who can’t afford a $3.8-million, 30-second commercial spot on CBS’s telecast or a $2,500 nosebleed seat at the Mercedes Benz Superdome, but do have some lunch money to wager on Super Sunday.

30 Best Brothers, Sisters and Twins in Sports

The Harbaugh Brothers are both in Super Bowl XLVII, but are not the only active siblings in sports.
<p> The Harbaugh Brothers are both in Super Bowl XLVII, but are not the only active siblings in sports.</p>

The Harbaugh Brothers are hogging — or Har-gging or whatever — all the attention at Super Bowl XLVII. But little Johnny and Jimbo aren’t the only tikes in the backyard turned titans in the world of sports. Here’s a rundown of the top 30 sets of active athlete siblings, with the combined accomplishments of the top 10 brothers, sisters and twins.

Better Coach: Jim Harbaugh or John Harbaugh?

Who’s the best coach in the Harbaugh family? The 49ers’ Jim or the Ravens’ John?
<p> Who’s the best coach in the Harbaugh family? The 49ers’ Jim Harbaugh or the Ravens’ John Harbaugh? On Thanksgiving night, Jack Harbaugh's sons become the first brothers to head coach against each other in the 92-year history of the NFL.</p>

John Harbaugh, Ravens

Jack Harbaugh — a longtime college coach who won a Division I-AA national title at Western Kentucky in 2002 — has an NFL coaching tree that consists of his two sons, Jim and John. In the Harbaugh family, there’s sizzle (Jim) and then there’s steak (John). I’ll take John’s substantive track record over Jim’s stylish start.