Broncos-Seahawks. Peyton versus Sherman. And oh yeah, Bruno Mars. Super XLVIII starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on Feb. 2 and the only thing you need to catch all the football drama and halftime show highlights is your computer! Tune in below!
It all comes down to this — on Feb. 2 the Denver Broncos are meeting up with the Seattle Seahawks at the Meadowlands in New Jersey for Super Bowl XLVIII. With the NFL’s best offense facing off against the league’s best defense, the game is one of the most anticipated matchups in years. But with hilarious commercials, and a roaring halftime show featuring Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Super Bowl isn’t just about the game. Tune into the live stream below to catch all the action!
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Instead of wasting time, we’re going to just list the five biggest Super Bowl things we’re excited about. Let’s go:
1. Richard Sherman: Will He Freak Out Again?
After sealing the NFC Championship with an absurd play, the Seahawks cornerback caused an uproar by giving an aggressive post-game interview in which he called his opponent “a sorry receiver.” Sherman got a ton of criticism, but we thought it was awesome, and we want to see him do it again.
2. Bruno + RHCP = Heaven
Do the math. With a big star like Bruno teaming up with one of the best rock bands ever, this year’s halftime show is a can’t miss.
3. Is Peyton Manning The GOAT?
That stands for Greatest Of All Time, by the way. After setting records this year for the most passing yards and most passing touchdowns in a season, Peyton leading the Broncos to a Super Bowl title might just clinch him the title of Best QB Ever.
4. All The Commercials!
Puppy-horse love stories, Anna Kendrick being hilarious, David Beckham getting naked — that’s just some of what we can expect during this year’s Super Bowl (and let’s be honest, the commercials are just as important as the game).
This has nothing to do with the broadcast. We’re just excited to eat nachos and chicken wings and chili and all that good stuff.
Okay, HollywoodLifers, so if you don’t have a TV for the big game, tune in right here. The pregame starts at 6 p.m. ET and the big game starts at 6:30 p.m. ET. Watch it and have a great night!
— Andrew Gruttadaro