Super Bowl XLVIII
Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks
Is Peyton Manning the greatest quarterback of all time? Will a win this Sunday end the conversation?
The Denver Broncos have the opportunity to make history in Super Bowl XLVIII, but first they'll have to get through their opponent, the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks. This game feature's the league's #1 passing offense vs. its top passing defense; the Seahawks boast a collection of playmakers on defense led by Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, and a fierce front seven led by Brandon Mebane and Bobby Wagner. They'll face a collection of fantasy football-worthy talent in Denver's Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker, Wes Welker, Julius Thomas, and Knowshon Moreno.
Peyton Manning won 2013 MVP for his record-breaking season, but none of that matters if he doesn't bring Denver a Lombardi trophy. Being considered "The Greatest Regular Season QB of All Time" has to be the most bitter consolation prize a signal-caller can hope for. Manning has to win it all here in order to end it all from his critics.
Game Time, TV Schedule
- Teams: Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks
- Date: Sunday, February 2, 2014
- Kickoff time: 6:25 EST / 5:25 CST
- Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
- TV channel: FOX (A full list of international broadcasters is available here)
- Live stream: FOX Sports Go (Sign-in is not required during the Super Bowl TV broadcast)
Full coverage: Weather was all anyone was talking about heading into the game, but it has turned into a non-factor. Kickoff is expected to be nice and in the mid-40's, with mild winds and a low chance of precipitation. While we love perfect football weather, we love perfect Peyton Manning football weather even more.
- Weather forecast improving dramatically
- This Super Bowl is for the fans
- Broncos practice was "downright polar"
- Floyd Mayweather bets $10M on Broncos
- All your crazy prop bets
- Super Bowl oddsmakers having a tough time
Mile High Report's Live in New York
Full coverage: I've been in New York and New Jersey all week long covering the action firsthand. Check out some of our stories below.
Mile High Report has been in New Jersey and New York to give you first-hand coverage of the Super Bowl teams and Media Week.
Full coverage: We've broken down every angle of the game for two weeks. Come browse our collection of scouting reports to get ready for the big game.
- Beating Seattle's Cover 3
- How the Broncos and Seahawks were built
- MHR Scout: Seahawks DL vs. Broncos OL
More about the game
- Super Bowl score by quarter: Live SB Nation scoreboard
- Radio: NFL on Westwood One (Choose your station here), with Kevin Harlan as the play-by-play announcer
- Announcers: Joe Buck and Troy Aikman; Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews are sideline reporters
- Officials: Terry McAulay and his crew
- Halftime show performance: Bruno Mars, Red Hot Chili Peppers
- National anthem: Renee Fleming
- Current ticket prices: TicketMaster.com
You make the pick
This is it. This is for all the marbles. Super Bowl XLVIII. Who you got?