What was the score of Super Bowl 48?

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What was the score of Super Bowl 48?

The Seattle Seahawks are crowned world champions as they dominate the Denver Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII.

Who did Seattle beat in the Super Bowl 2014?

On this day in 2014, the Seahawks win their 1st Super Bowl title, over the favored Broncos 43-8.

Who played in the Super Bowl February 2nd 2014?

Flying high: Seahawks soar in SB XLVIII rout The Seahawks won their first Super Bowl title Sunday night in overpowering fashion, punishing Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos 43-8.

Who played in Super Bowl in 2014?

The weather didn’t end up being a factor, but it added to the intrigue of the game. And that’s got to count for something. That’s got to be better than Super Bowl XXIV, when the 49ers crushed the Broncos 55-10 in the biggest blowout in Super Bowl history in the friendly confines of the Louisiana Superdome.

What was the score of the Super Bowl?

Five turnovers and a sputtering offense gave the Seahawks more than enough to dominate Super Bowl XLVIII. It was 2-0 Seattle in 12 seconds, then 5-0, then 8-0, then 22-0, then 36-0, and it never got better.

Who was the MVP of Super Bowl 2014?

The Denver Broncos cornerback says he plans on returning for 2014, despite uncertainty surround his age, injury-riddled 2013 season, and contract number next year. To this point, it wasn’t clear who might win Super Bowl MVP on the Seahawks.

What was the temperature at Super Bowl XLVIII?

Super Bowl XLVIII was the first Super Bowl held at an open-air stadium in a “cold-weather” city; previous Super Bowls in cold-weather cities were held at indoor stadiums. However, the temperature at kickoff was a mild 49 °F (9 °C), making this only the third-coldest game in Super Bowl History.

What was the third largest blowout in NFL history?

Seattle also tied the 1992 Dallas Cowboys for the third-largest blowout in Super Bowl history, behind Super Bowl XXIV in 1990, a 55–10 San Francisco 49ers victory over the Denver Broncos, and Super Bowl XX in 1986, a 46–10 Chicago Bears victory over the New England Patriots.

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