The 2014 Super Bowl live stream and TV coverage is finally at hand. After two weeks of interviews, breakdowns of player vs. player match-ups, weather forecasts and anything else NFL sports reporters could come up with, we are finally ready for what everyone is waiting for – the game!
A week removed from the 2014 Pro-Bowl, fans are ready for the Super Bowl.
According to NFL.com on Feb. 1 Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was named the leagues MVP for the fifth time in his career last night, and less than 24 hours later he will try to win his second Super Bowl ring.
Super Bowl 48 is scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. EST today as the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks battle for the NFL world championship, and this match-up couldn't be more even. The NFL's best offense, the Denver Broncos, will take on one of the top defenses in the league, the Seattle Seahawks.
Super Bowl 48 is being dubbed the first "outdoor" Super Bowl in a cold city in the modern era, but after all the worry about the weather forecast, it seems like the weather will be just fine - for a football game that is!
Weather.com is reporting on Feb. 2 that temps may actually range in the mid 40's at kick-off time, and there is no sight of any major snow storms or potential threatening weather. If the weather does hold up, it will be a huge plus for both teams.
A good traction will help the running game, and no big snow or rain will definitely be a plus for Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson in the passing department.
Today's big game will air on FOX nationally and can be seen streaming live online by clicking here.
Who is your pick to win Super Bowl 48?