Seahawks vs Broncos: An Early Look

All the way back in September, 32 NFL teams began the 2013 season with a common goal: reach Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey/New York.

After 17 grueling weeks of regular season play and another three epic weeks of postseason games, two teams have realized that goal.

With their victories in the AFC and NFC Championship Games, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks have set the card for the 48th edition of football’s greatest spectacle at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2.

Thousands of fans will shell out thousands of dollars to pack a frozen stadium while the game will be broadcast to millions around the globe. This year’s Super Bowl could once again break records for TV audiences. 108.4 million folks tuned in to last year’s game. The two previous Super Bowls were the most-watched events in U.S. history with 111.3 million in 2011 and another 111 million viewers for the 2010 game.

Over the next two weeks, the matchup will be examined from just about every conceivable angle, but let’s kick things off with an early preview of Super Bowl XLVIII.