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reply to post by revolutionaryawareness
If it is rigged...wouldn't increasing viewership in markets be a motivator? Selling a brand like Seattle that has not seen a Super Bowl Ring in a while? Denver won their share as did SF. SF was just there last year. The Pats are nearing the end of a long run as a dynasty. What better way to pass the torch than to a young team of unknowns much like New England was to Seattle? The Niners have headcases like Crabtree and Bouldin who need taken down a notch or two because their collective high horse is doing nothing for the game. Are they good? Yes. Are they fragile divas when they can't get to the ball because they didn't try. Yes. But then they catch the ball, you know, their JOB, and suddenly have the energy of ten men to jump around and trash talk the person defending them. This Karma backlash alone will cost them.
If everything would be real...I still don't know. It is better than the 80's. Or the NBA (Nuthin But Actors, pro wrasslin in basketball form).
reply to post by MonkeyMentat
As far as it being rigged, I'd like to think it wasn't...
The irony was that Super Bowl XLVII forever will be remembered for a period of darkness.
The Seattle Seahawks also officially banned California residents from buying tickets to their next game. Along with 43 other states. Classy.
DENVER —DENVER — The Broncos have announced that a limited amount of single-game tickets for the AFC Championship Game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High against the New England Patriots will go on sale to the general public .
Tickets will be available only to those with a valid billing address in the Rocky Mountain region, including Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, South Dakota and Western Kansas