Super Bowl 2014 Live Streaming, Results & Bruno Mars Half Time Show - Live Updates & Comments: Who Wins, Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks?
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The time for talk is over with Super Bowl XLVIII set to kick-off (except for Richard Sherman, who likes to hear his voice throughout the game), as even Mother Nature is cooperating, providing 50F degree weather, making New Jersey's winter weather a minimal factor as Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos (13-3) take on Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks (13-3).
Manning led a historically prolific offense that was tops in the NFL in most offensive categories including compiling 606 points this year (most in the history of the NFL and the only team ever to hit the 600-barrier), and breaking the set NFL season records for passing (threw for 5,477 yards) and touchdowns (tossed 55 touchdowns), while leading the Broncos to the top seed in the AFC playoffs, while Seattle - who led in many defensive category, including leading the league with 14.4 points per game, 273.6 yards per game, points allowed (231), pass defense (172.0 ypg), takeaways (39), interceptions (28), and turnover differential (plus-20) - sports a hard-hitting "Legion of Boom" defense that has a knack for creating turnovers.
Will Manning cement his legacy as one of the greatest quarterbacks to have played under center in the NFL or will Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll add a Lombardi Tropy to his mantle to go along with college football national title he won at the University of Southern California (USC)?
You can catch the Denver Broncos - Seattle Mariners Super Bowl XLVIII match-up Sunday, 6:25 p.m. EST on Fox.
Live Stream (online)
Live stream coverage of the game and the halftime show can be seen on FoxSportsGo.
Broncos return the opening kickoff for a 20-yard gain.
The snap goes over QB Peyton Mannings head and Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno recovers the fumble in the end zone costing his team a safety. Denver 0 - Seattle 2.
Seattle gets the kick off after the safety and drives down to Denver's 13-yard line but stalled out after QB Russell Wilson scrambled short of the first down after a challenge by head coach Pete Carroll. Steven Hauschka set up for a 26-yard field goal but a lineman jumped off side. Hauschka nailed the 61-yard field goal. Denver 0 - Seattle 5
Denver starts the drive starts at their own 35-yard line, after a unsportsmanlike conduct flag, with the drive stalling at their own 43-yard and punting the ball to Seattle's 28-yard line. Denver 0-Seattle 5.
QB Russell Wilson orchestrating a drive moving the chains and converting third-downs in key spots. WR Percy Harvin, who has been injured all year, is getting a fair share of catches and ran a couple of option plays, getting involved in the offense. Russell attempted a shovel pass after a broken trick-play, leading to 3rd-and-five on the Broncos 32-yard line, and hits WR Doug Baldwin for an open pass to put the Seahawks in the red zone. After a holding penalty against Seattle, the Seahawks continue their drive on the 11-yard line, and attempted a pass that was challenged by Denver coach John Fox. Russell tried to hit Jermain Kearse in the end zone with a pass but could not control the catch, forcing Seattle to settle for a field goal. Denver 0 - Seattle 8.
Denver takes the kick off and starts at the 20-yard line. RB Knowshon Moreno fumbled the the ball on 2nd-and-five but recovered the ball only to have QB Peyton Manning get picked off by Seattle S Ken Chancellor and takes it back to the Denver 37-yard line to start their drive. Denver 0 - Seattle 8.
First quarter ends with Seattle QB Russell Wilson throwing short passes consistently and moving the chains again to Denver's 23-yard line.
Seattle starting the second quarter on the 23-yard line, finding WR Golden Tate in the back of the end zone only for CB Tony Parker to get called for pass interference on the play, putting the Seahawks offense on 1st-and-goal. Marshawn Lynch rumbled through the Broncis defensive line to score the first touchdown of the game. Denver 0 - Seattle 15.
The Broncos start at the 15-yard line after taking the ball out of the end zone on the ensuing kick off. Broncos QB Peyton Manning and the offense are starting to find his groove, including a big 3rd-and-one for a five-yard gain for Knowshon Moreno for a first-down. Manning moving the ball steady with short cross patterns and screen passes to his backfield to move the ball up the field further, setting up a 3rd-and-one on the 47-yard line but Monte Ball moves the chains this time with a five-yard game. After a tripping penalty G Zane Beadles that put the Broncos on a 1st-and-and-20, Seattle LB Malcolm Smith picked off Manning and returning for a touchdown to extend their lead. Denver 0 - Seattle 22.
Denver fumbles the ensuing kick-off, giving the ball to Seattle in excellent field position. After an official booth review, the Broncos keep the ball with the Broncos starting their drive on their own 30-yard line. Manning once again moves the ball to the 19-yard line only to get stalled on 4th-and-two with 1:06 left on the clock. Seattle gets the ball back. Denver 0 - Seattle 22.
The Seahawks sit on the ball to end the half. Denver 0 - Seattle 22 ... Time for Bruno Mars.
Bruno Mars takes the stage for this year's halftime performance. The crooner starts off with his hit "Billionaire" along with some adorable kids and some rocking drum skills.
Mars, complete with his lively band, has the crowd dancing along to hits, "Locked Out of Heaven," "Treasure" and "Runaway."
The singer is joined on stage by fellow special guest The Red Hot Chili Peppers, with their "Give It Away."
The collaboration by Mars and The Red Hot Chili Peppers is being lauded by many on Twitter. Bruno Mars is being called "the next M.J." by some.
Bruno Mars ends his performance with a tribute to troops abroad and one of his first hits, "Just The Way You Are."
We return to the third quarter with WR Percy Harvin returning the opening kick off, after a horrendous kick by Matt Prater, for an 87-yard touchdown return to step on the throat of the Denver Broncos. Broncos 0-Seahawks 29.
Denver's Trindon Holliday takes the kick-off return it to the 23-yard-line with QB Peyton Manning moving the chains with small dinks and dunks short passes. The drive stalls yet again on after failing to convert a 3rd-and-ten after after a short run by the Broncos RB Monte Ball, forcing Britton Colquitt to shank a short punt to the Seattle 8-yard line. Broncos 0-Seahawks 29.
The Seahawks move the ball upfield, using RB Marshawn Lynch and WR Percy Harvin to move the ball, but Seattle lost ground on 2nd-and-ten after holding penalty against Russell Okung. Seattle had to punt after failing to convert on 3rd-and-17 pinning Denver on to their own 45-yard line. Broncos 0-Seahawks 29.
Seattle attempts to grind down the Broncos with the running game, before QB Russell Wilson hit WR Jermaine Kearse, who for a 23-yard touchdown pas that Kearse breaking a couple of tackles before rumbling for the touchdown. Broncos 0 - Seattle 36.
The Broncos take the kick off and start at their own 20-yard line. Manning begins moving the ball with 12-yard pass to WR Wes Welker and TE Jacob Tamme with an 11-yard pass before Manning found Welker for a 22-yard pass to put the team on the Seattle 14-yard line. Manning hits WR Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown and tossed a two-point conversion to Welker to cut down Seattle's lead.
The Seahawks get the onside kick-off, to start off the fourth quarter, and start off on the Denver 48-yard line. Looking to end the game, Seattle QB Russell Wilson drives down and pushes the offense into the red zone quickly and found Doug Baldwin on 1st-and-ten on Denver's ten-yard line for a touchdown to extend the lead. Broncos 8 - Seahawks 43.
Broncos take the kick off to their own 13-yard line, moving the ball as quickly as possibly, managing to get down to Seattle's 47-yard line, only to face a 4th-and-two and Manning throwing an incomplete pass to RB Monte Ball Seattle gets the ball on the Seattle 47-yard line. Broncos 8 - Seahawks 43.
Seattle tries to run the clock down, rushing the ball with Robert Turbin, helping the offense take the ball down to the Denver 30-yard line, with the drive ending after Seattle QB Russell WIlson threw the ball short to Turbin on 4th-and-one, giving up the ball to Denver. Broncos 8 - Seahawks 43.
Denver gets the ball on their own 30-yard line, going into no-huddle in hopes of cutting down the lead, only to face a 4th-and-11 four plays into the drive, with Denver QB Peyton Manning taking a sack for a 7-yard loss. Seattle gets the ball on the Denver 29-yard line. Broncos 8 - Seahawks 43.
Seattle gets the ball and try to run out the clock with 3:44 left, pushing the ball to the Denver 26-yard line, and failing to convert a 4th-and-seven with a run to the right with Robert Turbin. Denver goes no huddle after the two-minute warning, pushing the ball to their own 41-yard line but end the game running the ball, accepting the fact that they have lose the game.
FINAL SCORE: Broncos 8 - Seahawks 43
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