Bullseye Event Group Announces Celebrity “Fit Chef” Eddie Jackson as Chef at 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI

Bullseye Event Group is excited to announce that celebrity “Fit Chef” Eddie Jackson will be joining the star studded celebrity chef culinary crew for the 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI in Houston, alongside chef Guy Fieri!


Season 11 winner of the “Next Food Network Star,” Jackson has created a unique style of cooking that combines food and fitness, two of his passions. After retiring from a successful career from the NFL, Jackson took time to tirelessly hone his cooking craft, competing and finishing in the top 6 of Fox’s “MasterChef” in season 4. Jackson can be seen on Food Network’s “BBQ Blitz.”

“We are so excited to have the ‘Fit Chef’ joining us for 2017 at Super Bowl LI,” Bullseye CEO Kyle Kinnett said. “Between Eddie Jackson, Aaron May and Fieri, we’re excited to see what kind of Texas-sized VIP menu these guys can come up with together.”

Eddie Jackson will join Guy Fieri in creation of an exclusive VIP menu, available to all Players Tailgate VIP guests. Guy Fieri will be adding several more Celebrity Chefs to make this the best line up of Chefs assembled. The exclusive menu will be released in the coming weeks on BullseyeEventGroup.com

With over 25 NFL players and some of the biggest celebrities, Bullseye’s 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI will be the biggest and best pre-game tailgate in Houston. One of America’s favorite chefs, Guy Fieri, will be returning to create the VIP menu, joined by chefs Eddie Jackson and Aaron May. Alongside Fieri at Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, the 2016 Players Tailgate featured Fox Sports reporter and emcee Erin Andrews, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima, celebrity chefs May and G Garvin, all-pro NFL players and more. 

Tickets to the 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI in Houston can be purchased directly from BullseyeEventGroup.com, or are included in all of Bullseye’s Super Bowl LI Travel Packages.

Best Tweets from Super Bowl 50

There’s a saying that not only is the Super Bowl the culmination of the NFL’s season, but it’s also “Twitter’s Super Bowl.” A time when fans and viewer come together on social media to share their hilarious takes on the big game. Looking forward to Super Bowl LI in Houston, here are some of the best tweets from Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco.


The Twitterverse began with predictions…well, somewhat.

But the real money came from roasting the always anticipated Super Bowl commercials.

And of course, roasting Denver Broncos quarterback (and Super Bowl 50 champion) Peyton Manning.


Ah Twitter. Stay golden.

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Bullseye Event Group Announces Guy Fieri as Chef for 2017 Players Tailgate

Bullseye Event Group is excited to announce the return of Guy Fieri as the head chef for the 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI in Houston! The most recognizable chef in America, Fieri can be seen almost every day on Food Network, on shows such as Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy’s Grocery Games, Guy’s Big Bite and more.


“We couldn’t be more ecstatic to have Guy back for another year” Bullseye spokesman Kyle Kinnett said. “They say everything is bigger in Texas, and with Guy creating the menu again this year, this Players Tailgate will be just that. ”

Fieri will head up the creation of an exclusive VIP menu, available to all Players Tailgate VIP guests. The menu will be released in December.

With over 25 NFL players and some of the biggest celebrities, Bullseye’s 2017 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl LI will be the biggest and best pre-game tailgate in Houston. Alongside Fieri at Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, the 2016 Players Tailgate featured Fox Sports reporter and emcee Erin Andrews, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima, celebrity chefs G Garvin and Aaron May, all-pro NFL players and more.

NFL Top 100 + Super Bowl Tailgate

It’s one of the most satisfying ordeals in a sports fan’s life; ranking players. The debate on the greatest of all time in any sport, at any position, promises to wage on for centuries. For several years, NFL Network has released their “Top 100,” as voted on by NFL players themselves. The 2016 NFL Top 100 featured several players from our own Players Tailgate at Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco, California, and the 2015 Players Tailgate at Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona!

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#99 – Cameron Jordan, DE, New Orleans Saints – (2x Players Tailgate Guest)

Cameron Jordan

Friend of the players tailgate and New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan came in at #99 on the countdown. Jordan has attended both the 2015 and 2016 Players Tailgates at Super Bowls XLIX and 50, after posting 45 tackles and 10.0 sacks in the 2015-16 season.

#75 – Jamaal Charles, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (2016 Players Tailgate Guest)

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Jamaal Charles suffered another crushing knee injury in 2015, but not before racking up 364 yards and four touchdowns in his first five games with the Kansas City Chiefs.

#73 – Harrison Smith, S, Minnesota Vikings (2016 Players Tailgate Guest)

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Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith has posted consistent numbers in his first four years with the team, numbers that place the former Notre Dame player among the top tier of safeties in the league.

#68 – T.J. Ward, S, Denver Broncos (2015 Players Tailgate Guest)

Denver Broncos safety and Super Bowl 50 champion T.J. Ward was a guest at Bullseye’s Players Tailgate at Super Bowl XLIX in 2015. Ward posted 61 tackles and 2.0 sacks in 12 games with the Broncos in 2015.

#44 – Tyler Eifert, TE, Cincinnati Bengals (2015 Players Tailgate Guest)


Tyler Eifert saw a 2015 that produced 615 yards and 13 touchdowns in just 13 games with the Cincinnati Bengals. Eifert was a guest at Bullseye’s Players Tailgate at Super Bowl XLIX in 2015.

#31 – Allen Robinson, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars (2016 Players Tailgate Guest)

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Jacksonville Jaguars and 2015-16 Pro Bowl WR Allen Robinson saw career numbers in his sophomore year with the team. Robinson posted 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns on 80 catches in 2015, good enough to be a league leader in receiving touchdowns. Robinson joined us at the Players Tailgate at Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco.

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Andrew Luck Book Club

The Indianapolis Colts have been notorious for their dorky quarterbacks. This most recent announcement might trump them all.

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Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning was known for his studying of the game, and his quirkiness of the field. Current Colts QB Andrew Luck appears to be no different.

This isn’t news for Colts fans, as Luck has always shined away from the spotlight. It is a well known fact that Luck still has a flip phone and bikes around the city of Indianapolis, despite his career earnings and fame.

And while other quarterbacks quarrel with the front offices over contract disputes, create rumors and controversy around their social media accounts and revel in the spotlight, the young Colts QB is also making a name for himself, in a very different way.

The Andrew Luck Book Club was created in April, featuring some of Luck’s favorite books, centering around a social campaign to help promote better reading. It’s as easy as buying the book, reading it, and sharing your thoughts on social media with the hashtag #ALBookClub.

Take a look for yourself!

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Winners & Losers: Free Agency Edition

One week into the NFL’s free agency period, and the biggest names have already found their new (or returned) home. We take a look at the early winners and losers of the 2016 NFL Free Agency period.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTSWinners: Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars struck early in free agency, upgrading their defense by adding Super Bowl champion defensive lineman Malik Jackson and cornerback Prince Amukamara. But Jacksonville also upgraded their offense by creating a two-back field, signing running back Chris Ivory from the New York Jets to pair up with second-year RB T.J. Yeldon.

As the Jaguars chase both the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans in the AFC South, it’s clear Jacksonville has a goal to win the division now, instead of later.

Winners: Houston Texans

Another AFC South team emerges as an early free agency winner. The Houston Texans addressed their seemingly forever-need at the quarterback position by signing former Denver Broncos QB Brock Osweiler to a $72 million contract with $37 million guaranteed. The Texans also upgraded the running back position following the release of Arian Foster, by signing former Miami Dolphins RB Lamar Miller to a four-year, $26 million deal.

Along with the Jaguars, the Texans look to not only purchase these upgrades, but create a base of consistency within the organization at the quarterback and running back position, following a constant carousel of players at QB and the oft-sidelining of RBs.

Losers: Denver Broncos

Not often does a Super Bowl champion head into an offseason with so much uncertainty. But that is where the Denver Broncos find themselves heading into the 2016-17 regular season.

Two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Peyton Manning has ridden off into retirement. The promising backup, Brock Osweiler, bolted for the aforementioned Houston Texans. Linebacker Danny Trevathan signed with the Chicago Bears, and as previously mentioned, defensive lineman Malik Jackson left for Jacksonville. Running back C.J. Anderson’s status with the team is also in question, as the restricted free agent has reportedly received offers from both the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears.

Although trading for quarterback Mark Sanchez from the Philadelphia Eagles, it remains to be seen what Denver’s plans for the quarterback position are clearly. Rumored interest in San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick has surfaced, but Denver isn’t the only team inquiring about the quarterback’s talents.

This doesn’t necessarily spell disaster for the Broncos, as they were able to keep a large part of their talented defense in tact. But uncertainty at the quarterback position is what kills teams in a league that thrives on passing.

All this free agency talk got you missing football? Relive the 2015-16 NFL season through our blogs, recapping everything from Colts games to the playoffs to the Super Bowl, and much more. Check out what you missed at the 2016 Players Tailgate in San Francisco, and get ready for the 2016 regular season by looking at our Colts VIP Tailgates that happen every Sunday before home games.

Manning Memories: Part III

In Part III of Bullseye Event Group’s Manning Memories series, we take a look at Peyton Manning’s top three moments as a member of the Indianapolis Colts: breaking an “unbreakable” record, completing an epic comeback, and a world championship.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS(5)3) Single-season passing touchdowns record

In 2004 against the San Diego Chargers, Peyton Manning threw a touchdown pass over the middle to Brandon Stokely to record his 49th touchdown pass of the regular season, breaking Dan Marino’s longstanding record of 48. Relive the moment:

For those of you who want to relive all 49 touchdowns of Manning’s record breaking year, you can find that video here.

2) Super Bowl XLI victory over Chicago Bears

While most would argue that Manning’s Super Bowl XLI victory might be the greatest moment in Indianapolis Colts history, The Colt’s 29-17 victory over the Chicago Bears in February of 2007 might be considered more of a 1A type option.

The Colts’ first world championship came on February 4, 2007 as the Colts defeated the NFC Champion Chicago Bears 29-17. Manning ended the game with 247 yards, one touchdown and one interception, and collected his first Super Bowl MVP trophy. Relive the Super Bowl XLI highlights by clicking here.

1) 2006 AFC Championship Game

Considered by many to be the “Super Bowl” for Indianapolis in the 2006 season, the Indianapolis Colts completed a comeback of epic proportions against their nemesis, the New England Patriots, to advance to Super Bowl XLI and their eventual first world championship.

Trailing 21-3 at half time, it seemed all but a foregone conclusion that the New England Patriots would be headed for yet another AFC Championship victory over the Colts. But in the second half, Manning and the Colts offense led an all-out attack on the Patriots defense, capping off the comeback with a Joseph Addai run at the goal line to put the Colts ahead 38-34, and the eventual victory.

Manning ended the AFC Championship with 349 yards and one touchdown, but the biggest relief of Manning’s career; finally beating the New England Patriots in a clutch performance.

It’s no surprise that with all of these great memories in Indianapolis, Manning will be heading back for a farewell press conference with the Colts sometime in the near future. The son of a basketball town was able to turn Indianapolis into a city of “football evangelists,” as he put it. And for that, we speak for all of Indianapolis when we say “thank you, Peyton,” for fourteen magical years in the circle city.

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Manning Memories: Part II

Following Peyton Manning’s farewell to the NFL press conference, Bullseye reviews Manning’s top 10 moment in Indianapolis. Part II of that series counts down numbers 6-4.


6) 4th-and-2 game vs. New England Patriots

In November of 2009, the Colts and Patriots squared off once again at Lucas Oil Stadium. It was in this game that Patriots head coach Bill Belichick showed perhaps the most reverence for Peyton Manning, opting to go for it on 4th-and-2 late in the game with a small lead, as opposed to punting and giving Manning and the Colts a game-winning drive opportunity.

Brady’s pass to Kevin Faulk was caught right at the first down marker, but officials ultimately ruled Faulk short, leaving Manning with a short field for the eventual game-winning touchdown in the final minute to receiver Reggie Wayne.

5) First playoff victory

Peyton’s first playoff victory came in the 2003 wild-card matchup with…guess who, the Denver Broncos.

Manning was brilliant in the 41-10 victory over Denver, recording 377 yards and five TDs against the Broncos defense, which earned Manning his first ever perfect passer rating of 158.3.

4) Monday Night Miracle vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Whenever Colts fans think of Peyton Manning’s numerous comebacks as an Indianapolis Colt, one of the first that comes to mind is the Monday Night Miracle in Tampa Bay on head coach Tony Dungy’s birthday.



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CBS Preview of 2016 Players Tailgate

The 2016 Players Tailgate was the most extravagant tailgate event yet. With players and celebrities mingling among our VIP guests, as well as many other surprises, it’s no wonder we had CBS San Francisco on hand to cover the event live!

CBS San Francisco reporter Mark Kelly was on site to preview what the 2016 Players Tailgate was set to entail, just hours before thousands were enjoying the VIP experience. Kelly previewed the silent auction, the food, the players and much more. Take a look for yourself!



Not able to make the 2016 Players Tailgate? No worries, there’s always 2017 in Houston! In the meantime, we’ve got complete reviews, social recaps and more, so you can see what you will get to experience in the years to come!




CBS Live from 2016 Players Tailgate!

Throughout the 2016 Players Tailgate, CBS San Francisco reporter Mark Kelly was live from the event, detailing the amazing pre-game party being thrown for our VIP guests. A tailgate unlike any other, featuring Erin Andrews, Guy Fieri, Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima, over 25 NFL players and more! Check out Kelly’s live shots during the 2016 Players Tailgate!



Kelly’s feature on the tailgate captures exactly what the tailgate represents: a VIP experience, filled with celebrities, NFL players, great food and an overall great experience.

Not able to make the 2016 Players Tailgate in San Francisco? Don’t worry, we’ve got complete recaps of the VIP action. And it’s never to early to start thinking about the 2016-17 NFL season, complete with Super Bowl LI in Houston!

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