Found February 09, 2014 on Gridiron Grit:
Super Bowl XLVIII stunned everyone with a total dud last week, as the Seattle Seahawks steamrolled the Denver Broncos 43-8—tying for the third-largest margin of victory in Super Bowl history. The forecast also proved to be a surprise, as the NFL caught a break with a game time temperature of 49 degrees for the first open-air cold weather Super Bowl with snow holding off until Monday after the game. Despite the lopsided game and less-than-stellar slate of Super Bowl commercials, the event managed to generate over $500 million in economic impact for the New York City metro, prompting politicians and team owners in other northern cities to clamor for hosting the Super Bowl for the first time. Photo Credit: Steelers.com The Pittsburgh Steelers have won more Super Bowls (six) than any other team in the 48-year history of the game, and the team President Art Rooney II says that the Steel City would be a great place to host Super Sunday. “I think it would be great for our city,” Rooney tol...
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