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Monday, February 3, 2014

Super Dull

By Fausto Polanco
East Rutherford, NJ
Talk about complete domination by the Seattle Seahawks, a Super Bowl that had the #1 offense against the #1 defense - and in this game the #1 defense got offensive early. From the first play of the game mis-communication by Manning and his center Sanchez led to a 2-0 lead, a lead Seattle they never gave back. While Denver continue giving the ball away Russell Wilson was efficient enough to manage the offense with 2 TDs in the second half. But let's give credit where credit is due Seattle scored in every way possible points off the safety, points on field gold, point on defense touchdown, running & passing touchdown down and even points off the kickoff return -complete domination. Denver never showed up and was manhandle from the first play of the game and kudos to the 12th man of Seattle if you were in New York City throughout Super Bowl week you saw a lot of Seattle Seahawks fans and many of them went to the game and was noisy enough for Peyton Manning to disrupting his play calling.

Malcolm Smith came up with the Super Bowl MVP (1 INT 1 TD, Fum rec, 10 Tackles) but the defense overall created havoc for Peyton that from the first play never looked comfortable.
Overall this was a weak Super Bowl, much ado by the fact that it was played here in NYC. A lot of parties this weekend and entertaining events creating much needed revenue in the city. But the game itself was a disaster, Broncos fan deserved a better effort.  
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