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Seattle Seahawks Vs. Denver Broncos: Super Bowl XLVIII Gameday

February 2nd, 2014 at 5:30 PM
By Dan Benton
Super Bowl XLVIII
Feb. 2nd, 2014
Seattle SeahawksDenver Broncos
Game Details
Time: 6:25 PM EDT
Stadium: MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ)
Broadcast: FOX
Game Conditions
Weather: Cloudy
Temperature: 39°F – 44°F
Wind: NNW 4-7 MPH
Key Injuries
P – Doug Baldwin
P – Percy Harvin
P – Marshawn Lynch
P – Brandon Mebane
D – Sione Fua
P – Joel Dreessen
P – Knowshon Moreno
P – Peyton Manning
P – Mitch Unrein
P – Chris Kuper
O-Out D-Doubtful Q-Questionable P-Probable

Player/Coach Quotes:

Richard Sherman:

“When we played Peyton in the preseason, I found a new appreciation for the way he makes adjustments at the line of scrimmage; he controls the protections, and if he sees the blitz coming he slides it. The thing that sets him apart is that he’ll change it to a run play if you don’t have enough players in the box, and they’ll get five or six yards because you’re not ready for it. Nobody else has both the authority to do that within their offense and the understanding to know when it’s appropriate.”

Peyton Manning:

"I do throw ducks. I've thrown a lot of yards and touchdown ducks, so I'm actually quite proud of it."

Marshawn Lynch:

"I'm about that action, boss."

Inactives:

Seattle Seahawks – Christine Michael, Bryan Walters, Michael Bowie, Caylin Hauptmann, Kellen Davis, Benson Mayowa and Jordan Hill.

Denver Broncos – Ronnie Hillman, Quentin Jammer, Zac Dysert, Vinston Painter, Chris Kuper, Joel Dreessen and Sione Fua.

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14 Responses to “Seattle Seahawks Vs. Denver Broncos: Super Bowl XLVIII Gameday”

  1.  Krow says:

    I’ll watch it of course … but it’s not like when we’re in it. I don’t really care all that much. Gun to my head I’d like to see Peyton win it … just to shut up the haters. But I don’t expect that to happen. The NFC is the better conference. And by and large it’s the ascendancy of scumbags across the world … so Seattle with their PEDS and engineered noise are perfect for the age.

  2.  Dirt says:

    Seahawks fans embarassing my fellow season ticket holders

    •  Krow says:

      Seahawks fans have been trained to think they actually influence the game. All that 12th man stuff … stolen from Texas A&M … has softened their brains.

  3.  Krow says:

    Men against boys.

    •  Dirt says:

      The 2013 Lamar Hunt Tallest Midget Trophy was awarded to Denver two weeks ago.

      •  Krow says:

        That’s how I saw it too. They crept by the Pats … who are basically Tom Brady and 21 other guys. I’m not surprised to see Seattle annihilate them.

  4.  Krow says:

    Tomorrow will be a Peyton hate fest.

  5.  rlhjr says:

    This is what defense strong running game and special teams get you.
    ” Super Bowl Victories” ANY QUESTIONS?

  6.  Dirt says:

    Analysts said “the matchup to watch was the Denver defense vs the Seattle offense”. LOL

  7.  Krow says:

    Best part was watching that old drunken clown Namath screw up the coin toss.

  8.  Dirt says:

    So now the two youngest teams to win a Super Bowl are the 2013 Seahawks and 1972 perfect Dolphins.

    One can only hope we might see what some young guys can do for us soon.

  9.  GOAT56 says:

    I think this game is all about Seattle. Considering how young they are they remind of the Cowboys in the 90s when they won their first SB. This team is very young and talented. The defense MVP (Steve Smith’s brother) is just a back up, basically he’s their Jacquian Williams.

  10.  James Stoll says:

    Makes you long for a seriously good defense

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