LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Broncos vs. Seahawks 2014 are heading to Super Bowl XLVIII. The Broncos vs. Seahawks Super Bowl 2014 football game was revealed moments ago after the Seahawks won the second of two NFL Playoff games Sunday January 19, 2014. Final score was 17-23.
Today’s NFL Playoff games ended with a Broncos vs. Seahawks 2014 lineup set for MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. But when is the Super Bowl, what channel will air the game, and are Super Bowl tickets still available? The Super Bowl on February 2, 2014 will air on FOX, officials tell news. Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews will handle sideline reporting. Joe Buck and Tory Aikman will be in the broadcast booth. And as confirmed last September, Bruno Mars gets the halftime show.
Several weeks ago, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson was cautious about predicting his team’s chances for the Super Bowl. But he remained focused. “To be in the NFC Championship Game, it means a lot,” he told news. “It’s a testament to our hard work and preparation as a whole. The thing for us is that we haven’t done anything yet. We have to stay focused and play the best football that we can play.”
But when asked about his win today, Peyton Manning told ESPN news “Being in my 16th season, going to my third Super Bowl, I know how hard it is to get there.” Manning is going for another record. If he wins in the Super Bowl this February, he will be the first quarterback to do so with two teams in NFL history. Broncos coach John Fox told ESPN news tonight “He’s been remarkable. It’s unprecedented what he did.”