Super Bowl XLVIII: One for the Record Books

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Super Bowl XLVIII: One for the Record Books

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The Super Bowl: the grand stage to show off skills, one of the most watched games of the year. The reason, the biggest plays, smash mouth hits and most important…the commercials. Super Bowl XLVIII was one for the record books, from start to finish.

From the first snap to the last snap it seemed like the Seattle Seahawks were destined to win. The turning point in the game occurred only twelve seconds into the game when Broncos snapped the ball into their own end-zone for a safety. This play broke the record for the fastest scoring in the NFL. This was not the only play that broke a record, Payton Manning, quarterback for Denver Broncos, and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas made history with most pass completions. The most important record was that the Seahawks had the lead for 59 minutes and 48 seconds out of 60 minutes.

Throughout the course of history the the best way to win a championship is through defense, and the Seahawks without a doubt proved it. On the other hand, the Broncos were favored to win. The Seahawks dominated the Broncos, the whole game. All Payton Manning and his team could do is sit there and watch the Seahawks drive down the field with elegance and power. This Super Bowl will be known as a blowout with the score being Seattle 43, Denver 8.

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