Hello and welcome to The Girl’s Guide to Super Bowl XLVIII. The first thing you should know is the X means 10 and the L means 50 and the V means 5 and III means 3 and put them all together and it EQUALS 68! Which is not the number associated with this Super Bowl, but rather 48! See how easy this is so far?
The two teams competing are the Seattle
Ospreys Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. The Seattle Ospreys Seahawks are named for fish-eating birds of prey while the Denver Broncos are named for Ford’s Sport Utility vehicle.
You will be able to keep track of which team is which because the Seattle Seahawks’ uniform is blue with white and green or silver with green and blue or green with blue and white, while the Denver Broncos uniform is blue with orange and white or orange with white and blue and sometimes white with sister mercy just look at the helmets.
The Seattle Seahawks represent the NFC, which is short for the National Football Conference, which contains sixteen teams spread across four divisions including Bossy’s Philadelphia Eagles! The Denver Broncos represent the AFC, which is short for Absolutely Fooking Cute.
He’s Peyton Manning, but you can call him Manly Peyton. This 37 year old quarterback for the Denver Broncos was born and raised in New Orleans. From 1998-2011 he led the Indianapolis Colts to eight division championships, two AFC championships, and one Super Bowl championship, until the neck and arm pain that had plagued him for years resulted in two surgeries, a missed season, and the Colts trading him away, thinking his career was finished. It wasn’t. This year Peyton holds the NFL passing record of 5,477 yards.
The Seattle Seahawks also have a very famous quarterback — his name is Cornerback Richard Sherman.
Except Bossy likes Richard Sherman, whose graceful athleticism has helped the Seahawks achieve their current standing as Number One Defense. Richard Sherman also attended Stanford as a Communications major, where Communications major equals can you name one other guy on defense among the 1,696 total players in the NFL? No? Exactly. Communications.
The two teams will face off at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, in front of 167 million viewers who will dip things in mayonnaise for the three hours it takes to expend sixty minutes. The prize for the winning team is the title of Super Bowl Champion, along with the Vince Lombardy Trophy.
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