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2014 NFL playoffs: Super Bowl referee announced

This year’s Super Bowl will have a veteran presence in charge, as referee Terry McAulay will take the lead, according to Pro Football Talk. McAulay was the referee for Super Bowls XXXIX  (Eagles-Patriots) and XLIII (Cardinals-Steelers) and has also worked six conference championship games. His most recent job was the Seahawks‘ divisional round win over the Saints. He has worked 14 total playoff games in his NFL career.

 

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Your Guide To Super Bowl 2014

It’s inaccurate for folks to say the Super Bowl has never been played in a cold-weather city. Places such as Minneapolis, Detroit and Indianapolis (hosts for the 1992, 2006 and 2012 games, respectively) certainly have a knack for getting chilly in late January and early February. But, alas, those games were all held in domes. What makes Super Bowl XLVIII special, of course, is that it’s the first NFL title game to be played outdoors in a northern city. You have to hand it to league commissioner Roger Goodell for trying something new. There are emergency provisions in place to move the game to Saturday or even Monday should a major storm arise; but as far as we can forecast today, Super Bowl Sunday is a go, even if the thermometer reads 10 below. It’s a good thing, then, that organizers have surrounded the Feb. 2 game at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium with a sizzling calendar of events all over the metro area. From cooking contests with celebrity chefs to floating party hotels, one way or another, this year’s Super Bowl promises to be frozen in our memories for a long time.

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MetLife Stadium, photo credit Gabriel Argudo Jr.

MetLife Stadium, photo credit Gabriel Argudo Jr.

Fan Experiences
From Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, camera-wielding tourists who typically populate Times Square will step to the sidelines, giving football fans the opportunity to patrol the famed New York stretch during the aptly named Super Bowl Boulevard. The epicenter of all things pigskin for the big weekend, SBB will shut down Broadway from 34th to 47th streets, allowing for interactive games at the NFL Rush Zone, memory-making moments at the autograph stage and Instagram-worthy opportunities next to the Vince Lombardi trophy display. All of the aforementioned fun will be free, but if you’d like to be a part of the attraction’s biggest draw, the 60-foot-high, 180-foot-long toboggan run, you’ll pay $5 for a ride. Free; Jan. 29-Feb. 1; 12-10 p.m.; Broadway between 34th and 47th streets; New York.

If you’re a fan who’s always watched highlights from Super Bowl Media Day—the largely informal day allows hundreds of journalists to ask members of the two participating teams pretty much anything that comes to mind—and wondered what it would be like to be around all of the players and cameras, you no longer need a press pass to participate. On Jan. 28, ticketed fans will have a seat inside Newark’s Prudential Center—sorry, the floor is still reserved for the working press—and watch their favorite athletes and media personalities at work. The move is a savvy one by the NFL as a show of transparency, and it’s a smart one for football fanatics trying to score temporary reprieve from the frigid temperatures outside. $28.50; Jan. 28; doors open at 9:30 a.m.; Prudential Center; Newark.

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SUPER BOWL TICKETS

Buy 2014 Super Bowl tickets and head to MetLife Stadium in New York for the biggest event of 2014. Super Bowl Tickets, Super Bowl Hospitality and Super Bowl Travel Packages now available from PrimeSport, your source for all things Super Bowl. Get Super Bowl tickets and see the biggest game of the year live!

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Super Bowl XLVIII Tickets – Super Bowl 2014 Tickets

The Super Bowl is the biggest game of the season in the National Football League, and could be the biggest game of any sport in the United States of America. Super Bowl Sunday has become a holiday in itself in the U.S., and fans from all around the country flock to whatever city is hosting the game to be a part of the awe-inspiring spectacle that the Super Bowl has evolved into over the years. This game features the two best teams in the National Football League as they battle it out for the right to be named NFL Champions, a distinction that allows a team to live on forever in the lore of sports.

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How will Super Bowl 2014 tickets sell on secondary market?

Part of the point of Super Bowl XLVIII is to venture into the unknown, in every aspect from the weather to travel logistics to what might happen if you close Broadway for 14 blocks for several days in the middle of a workweek.

Here’s another: ticket prices on the secondary market.

“More so than any other Super Bowl, this one is a mystery,” said Glenn Lehrman, head of communications for the resale site StubHub.com. “Usually we can tell fairly accurately what we would anticipate in ticket sales; I don’t think we have any clue this time.”



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There always are variables, of course, but this big game has bigger ones than most.

First, there is the weather, which if it is forecast to be good, presumably will increase demand, and if it is bad, will suppress it. Then there is the metropolitan area itself, home to more people and more money than any other in the nation, theoretically creating upward pressure on prices.

Finally, as for any Super Bowl, there is the matter of the teams involved. While in football and TV ratings terms there are no bad potential matchups, some are better than others for driving ticket prices.

Lehrman and Nima Moayedi, CEO of the resale site Razorgator.com, agreed the Seahawks would be more attractive than the 49ers, despite Seattle being a smaller market and the 49ers having more of a national following.

That is because the 49ers have been there before, as recently as last season, while Seahawks fever has gripped the Pacific Northwest.

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2014 Super Bowl Ticket Information

Your Super Bowl tickets are available at Vivid Seats – the football fan’s top destination for tickets to the biggest game in American sports. Super Bowl XLVIII will take place on Feb. 2, 2014 at the outdoor MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., home to the New York Giants and New York Jets. Vivid Seats has long been a trusted partner of football fans attending the NFL’s marquee game. Featuring an industry-best customer service center and flexible delivery methods, you can rely on our ticket marketplace as your hassle-free connection to great Super Bowl 48 tickets.

Future Super Bowl Locations
2015 Super Bowl: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz.
2016 Super Bowl: Levi’s Stadium (Under Construction), Santa Clara, Calif.
2017 Super Bowl: Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

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Super Bowl Predictions 2014: Ranking Teams Best Built to Capture Lombardi Trophy

There are only four teams in the NFL playoffs still alive for Super Bowl XLVIII. There are many likable qualities among those still alive, but some are built better than others to lift the Lombardi Trophy in a few weeks.

In the AFC, a conference title matchup looms between the conference’s top two seeds in the No. 1 Denver Broncos and an indomitable postseason fixture in the New England Patriots.

A third showdown between NFC West rivals in the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers will decide who goes to MetLife Stadium to compete for pro football’s ultimate prize.

Below is a closer analysis of each squad, bearing in mind that East Rutherford, N.J., is likely to foster difficult weather in hosting the grand finale outdoors.

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Super Bowl Odds 2014: Updated Look at Each Team Before AFC and NFC Championships

After a Wild Card Round that included three road teams pulling off upsets to advance to the divisional round, the NFL playoffs gained its sanity back with three of the top two seeds moving on to the NFC and AFC Championship Games.

Tom Brady taking on Peyton Manning has easily overshadowed the actual matchup between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots. Two of the best quarterbacks in the history of the NFL will once again face off in the AFC Championship for the right to make the Super Bowlwith the series between the two quarterbacks tied at 1-1 in the penultimate game.

On the other side, Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks will host Colin Kaepernick and the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers. While the other matchup features two of the most experienced signal-callers in the NFL, this one has two quarterbacks who are a combined 6-2 in the postseason.

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Super Bowl 2014: Updated Las Vegas Betting Odds For Seattle Seahawks Vs. San Francisco 49ers And Denver Broncos Vs. New England Patriots

In the NFC, the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers will battle for a trip to the Super Bowl. Over in the AFC, it’s the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots who are still alive.

The game between the two NFC West rivals is basically a tossup. Most Las Vegas casinos haves the Seahawks listed as 3.5-point favorites. However, at some places, the betting line is just three points. The Seahawks have the advantage because they’re at home, and they have one of the best home-field advantages in the NFL. However, San Francisco’s two playoff wins have proven that they can win in any environment. In the divisional round, the 49ers won in Carolina, where the Panthers went 7-1 in regular season. The Seahawks were also 7-1 at home.

The over/under for the NFC Championship Game is the lowest of the postseason. Since the betting odds opened at the conclusion of the last round, the total has dipped below 40 to 39.5. There might not be much scoring, considering the Seahawks and 49ers ranked No.1 and No.3, respectively, in points allowed in the regular season. In three 2014 playoff games between the two teams, the average final total is 38 points.

While the point spread for the NFC title game has decreased in some places, the AFC Championship Game betting line has increased. At the start of the week, the Broncos were 4.5-point favorites at most Las Vegas casinos. On Thursday afternoon, that number has moved up to 5.5 points. The movement comes despite news that Denver cornerback Chris Harris won’t play with a torn ACL. New England also beat Denver in the regular season, 34-31. However, the Broncos will be home this time.

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