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Go Broncos! Three Ways to Get in on the Super Bowl XLVIII Action

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The Mile High City is celebrating the big upcoming “Holliday” and fans are on the “Ball” when it comes to showing their Broncos spirit! The Denver City and County Building is ”Deck-ered” out in blue and orange lights, flags are flying high on Capitol “Hillman”, and every woman and “Manning” is waiting in anticipation for the big game on Sunday.

Can’t wait to “Wolfe” down “Moore” football coverage? We can’t either. That’s why Comcast is bringing football highlights and before-the-game coverage to you now.

Join the Conversation

Follow @XFINITYSports for exclusive Super Bowl content to prepare for the final game. Comcast will be live tweeting throughout the NFL’s most prestigious end of season awards, including the 2014 Hall of Fame inductees and the crowning of this year’s AP Most Valuable Player.

Rewatch the Classics

Rest up before the stress of game day and indulge in nonstop football plays from seasons past. Comcast lets you relive classic football plays with 30-minute recaps of every past Super Bowl available on Xfinity On Demand.

Celebrate on Saturday, too

Xfinity is celebrating the night before the big game by presenting Super Bowl Saturday Night, a red carpet show on the NFL Network featuring live musical performances and a fireworks show. And before recognizing the newest NFL champs, Comcast is sponsoring the 2014 NFL Honors Awards Show at Radio City, hosted by Alec Baldwin, which honors the best players and plays from the 2013 season. For behind-the-scenes coverage and exclusive Xfinity couch interviews from the red carpet, visit Xfinitity.com/SuperBowl and the Go App.

Grab your jersey, some snacks, settle in front of that big screen and enjoy Super Bowl XLVIII. We “Knowshon” we will!

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