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Holy cow what an ass stomping. Peyton looked like a has been, instead of the guy who was just awarded his fifth MVP.

I hate Pete Carroll and the Seahawks, but I have to give them all the credit in the world, they OWNED the Broncos.

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See, Denver? You should have kept Tebow.
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Anyone else notice that Manning wasn't really doing his usual reading of the defense and changing things up at the line numerous times? It seemed like he was less active and took less time than he normally does prior to the snap.

And was he even Omaha'ing during the game?





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I never thought I'd see a Peyton Manning team that simply looked unprepared but man, Denver was off from literally the opening seconds.

All credit to the Seahawks for one of the most utterly dominant performances in Super Bowl history. Given how young a lot of this team is, plus that their home advantage isn't getting any weaker, this could be the start of a long run of championships.



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    Originally posted by Big Bad
    I never thought I'd see a Peyton Manning team that simply looked unprepared but man, Denver was off from literally the opening seconds.

    All credit to the Seahawks for one of the most utterly dominant performances in Super Bowl history. Given how young a lot of this team is, plus that their home advantage isn't getting any weaker, this could be the start of a long run of championships.
I get why I'm hearing that from all over, and I hope they continue to do well, but between the salary cap and general NFL parity, good luck with a long string of championships. Heck, I hope they can power through the Super Bowl letdown curse next year.

Congrats to the Seahawks, that was a heckuva game!




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    Originally posted by Kevintripod
    Anyone else notice that Manning wasn't really doing his usual reading of the defense and changing things up at the line numerous times? It seemed like he was less active and took less time than he normally does prior to the snap.

    And was he even Omaha'ing during the game?


There's not much to change when playing Seattle, as they don't really mix it up on D all that much. They rarely blitz, generally play straight up man coverage, & you know that when coming to the line. There's not much for Manning to recognize and change when calling plays at the line vs what they have coming out of the huddle.
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The wife and I watched teh game at the neighbor's house with another couple, too. Enjoyed the hell out of it as the neighbor's wife and I were the only ones rooting for Seattle. LOTS of high fives for us, lots of bitching from the rest of them. LOVED IT. We also had a board for how many Omaha's Peyton was going to say, with most of us pickiing upper 20's to lower 30's as the over/under at Vegas was 27 1/2. The neighbors son picked 23. We gave it to him as we honestly don't think we heard any Omaha's being yelled. I've Googled it, but can't find it anywhere on the Intarweb what the count was. Anyone know?

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It was amazing to see Seattle score from a safety, interception, rush, pass, and kickoff return. Neither team gave up a sack, and Seattle is the first SB team to give up neither a sack nor a fumble.



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    Originally posted by JimBob Skeeter
    We also had a board for how many Omaha's Peyton was going to say, with most of us pickiing upper 20's to lower 30's as the over/under at Vegas was 27 1/2. The neighbors son picked 23. We gave it to him as we honestly don't think we heard any Omaha's being yelled. I've Googled it, but can't find it anywhere on the Intarweb what the count was. Anyone know?




I don't remember hearing any Omaha's either. But then again, you couldn't really hear Peyton yelling out the play calls. Not sure if it was because the field mics were turned down or maybe the loud crowd noise?

There were several organizations that were going to be donating money to various charities everytime Manning yelled out Omaha. Unfortunate time for him to quit using it a lot.





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The Super Bowl might have been a dud from a competitive standpoint, but its estimated TV audience of 111.5 million viewers was the largest in the history of U.S. television.

It was the fourth time in five years the game set a viewing record.





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