Review Category : Super Bowl

The greatest Super Bowl moments are defined by victory, defeat and admiration. Here are some of the most exciting plays in Super Bowl history: 1. Super Bowl XLIV: Picking Peyton’s Pocket Who actually thought the New Orleans Saints would be in the Super Bowl? Who thought they could beat Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts? The Saints proved everyone wrong in 2010. They managed to take a fourth quarter lead over the Colts with a little over 5 minutes remaining. But Peyton would be able to tie the game, right? After pushing Indy within scoring range, “the Oreo kid” hit the man in the wrong jersey. Then we know how it went from there. Saints cornerback Tracy porter picked it off a key third-down pass and ran 74 years to seal New Orleans’ first Super Bowl win ever. The Saints have been one of the best teams in the NFC since that win. 2. Super Bowl ...

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The 2015 Super Bowl will be hosted in Glendale, Arizona. In general, the Super Bowl is one of the most popular events in the United States. It’s become an iconic event filled with fandom, parties, barbecues and funny TV commercials. There’s actually a lot of history behind this NFL championship game. Here are some interesting facts about the Super Bowl: The Super Bowl is measured in Roman numerals because a football season runs over two calendar years Over 700,000 footballs are produced annually for official NFL use and 72 of them are used for the Super Bowl It is the 2nd most watched sporting even in the world. More than 100 million people worldwide watch the Super Bowl ever year One 30-second commercial aired during the Super Bowl costs at least $2,800,000 There has never been an overtime game in Super Bowl history Now here’s some fun Super Bowl trivia for you to share ...

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You want to host a Super Bowl in your city? Well now you can. The NFL has accidentally leaked  the host city requirements for the Super Bowl through the Star Tribune. It shows how much control the NFL has over the entire city including the stadium, hotels, caters and revenue (FYI – there isn’t any for the host committee) You can find the requirements below.   NFL requirements in order to host a Super Bowl Only a stadium with 70,000 seats The NFL will get 100% of the Super Bowl ticket revenue and must have exclusive access to club seats Stadium needs to be climate controlled if on the week of the game is below 50 Degrees (makes sense) Grass needs to be in top condition and re-sodded or reconditioned NFL doesn’t seem to pay for any of the costs associated with hosting a Super Bowl unless it will help ...

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