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#1 NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Rev 02.02.2014 12:19

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NFL Super Bowl XLVIII
Today, 6:30 PM on FOX
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey


#2 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Eglman 02.02.2014 13:00

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Inspiring Super Bowl Ad

#3 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Eglman 02.02.2014 13:02

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Watch All the Best Super Bowl Commercials Before They Air--http://www.mediaite.com/tv/watch-all-the...ore-they-air/#0

#4 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Frank Cannon 02.02.2014 14:24

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Two teams I couldn't give a shit about playing a long, drawn out game in the armpit of America (New Jersey). Swell. Thank God for the Puppy Bowl.

#5 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Eglman 02.02.2014 14:30

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Okay, I really have no skin in this game. I was going to root for the Broncos for on other reason than I have a buddy rooting for the Seahawks. But then, this:



Alicia Quaco works at two jobs. Nothing surprising about that; many Americans have a “day job”, and another job to help make ends meet.

But Alicia’s combination is a little unusual – probably unique. Her day job is working for Uncle Sam in the military – she’s a first lieutenant in the US Air Force.

And, what does she do in the evenings? She goes to training practice for her second job as a member of the cheerleading squad for the Seattle Seahawks!

Yeah, that seals the deal.

Unless the Broncos have a cheerleader with a purple heart, I'm sticking with Seattle

#6 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Eglman 02.02.2014 14:41

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It’s The Super Bowl, So It’s All About…Barack Obama, Right?


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11:59 AM - 2 Feb 2014

Wait didn’t he trash football, say it should be changed and that he would never let a son of his play pro ball?

#7 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Rev 02.02.2014 20:20

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Halftime:

Seahawks ahead 22 - 0.

#8 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by ThirstyMan 02.02.2014 21:18

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No question that the best team is going to win tonight.

#9 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by ThirstyMan 02.02.2014 21:43

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Quote: Eglman wrote in post #6
It’s The Super Bowl, So It’s All About…Barack Obama, Right?


The White House ✔ @WhiteHouse
Follow

Game day.
11:59 AM - 2 Feb 2014

Wait didn’t he trash football, say it should be changed and that he would never let a son of his play pro ball?


That's no way to throw a football either. If he had a son he'd never be allowed to play this game. no worries mr president.

Stay away from baseball too. Miley Cyrus would look better on the mound than you!

#10 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Frank Cannon 02.02.2014 23:24

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Quote: ThirstyMan wrote in post #8
No question that the best team is going to win tonight.


It didn;t matter which team won. We were all losers. This was easily the worst bowl game EVER!!! Two worthless teams, Roger Goodell, unknown Half Time act, crappy venue, lazy and predictable commercials. Time would have been better spent watching reruns of The Kardashiens.

#11 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by algernonpj 03.02.2014 09:29

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Now that it's too late to spoil anyone's fun, what struck me is that what was billed as the 'First Mass Transit' super bowl looked a great deal like the 'First Police State' super bowl. The level of screening and restrictions on those who attended were absolutely creepy.

#12 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Rev 03.02.2014 10:38

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Final score:

43 - 8 Seahawks.

Very ugly game for the Broncos and a thing of beauty for defensive aficionados.

The Seahawk's defensive effort was reminiscent of the '85 Bears.

Personally, I knew the game was over on the first errant snap from scrimmage. I could see the nervousness in the Broncos, even Peyton Manning looked bumfuzzled, but the Seahawks came ready to play.

The game was not without a few moments of levity...

There was Joe Willie's big fur coat:



And the first block of a coin toss that I have ever witnessed.

Defense wins championships, folks.

#13 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by ThirstyMan 03.02.2014 11:44

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Quote: Rev wrote in post #12
Final score:

43 - 8 Seahawks.

Very ugly game for the Broncos and a thing of beauty for defensive aficionados.

The Seahawk's defensive effort was reminiscent of the '85 Bears.

Personally, I knew the game was over on the first errant snap from scrimmage. I could see the nervousness in the Broncos, even Peyton Manning looked bumfuzzled, but the Seahawks came ready to play.

The game was not without a few moments of levity...

There was Joe Willie's big fur coat:





#14 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Rev 03.02.2014 12:56

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I should have posted this last night to save everyone the trouble of watching post game interviews -



Belated but essential information contained therein.

You're welcome.

#15 RE: NFL Super Bowl XLVIII Thread by Frank Cannon 03.02.2014 13:00

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Who cares about the fur coat. Joe Namath is a God!!!!!

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