Super Bowl XLVIII pits the AFC champion Denver Broncos against the NFC champion Seattle Seahawks on Sunday with the NFL championship at stake.
It's the rare matchup of the No. 1 offense in football, led by legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and the Broncos' bevy of offensive weapons, against play-making cornerback Richard Sherman and the Seahawks' Legion of Boom, which happens to be the league's top-ranked defense.
It's the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold-weather climate, but the polar vortex is gone and it's expected to be about 49 degrees when they kick off at 3:25 p.m. PST at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.
Manning is a sentimental favorite as he seeks his second Super Bowl victory, while the Broncos' prolific offense, which set a record with 606 points and Manning's 55 touchdown passes, is a fan favorite.
The Seahawks are old-school cool with an in-your-face defense that shuts down the run, pressures the quarterback and has big-play defenders on the line and in the secondary. They have beastly running back Marshawn Lynch and calm-as-they-come quarterback Russell Wilson.
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