This coming weekend all NFL fans will be in for the most anticipated game of the year.
No wonder stores are already expecting a shortage of hot wings from their fridges. As easy as it is for us fans to setup our Superbowl parties, it wasn’t so easy for New England and Seattle to make it there. Blood, sweat and tears are just a part of the grinding road that any team has to surpass to make to the big game. February 1st Glendale, Arizona (home of the Cardinals) is the chosen date and venue for this year’s event. Lets take a quick look at the road both teams had to travel to get there.
Winning their division is nothing new for the Patriots. Since 2003 they have only missed out on winning the 2008 division. This year was not the exception since they took it with a 3 game advantage over the Bills, who beat them on their last regular season game. The Patriots had already clinched at that moment not only the division but also the number one seat for AFC, so the game had no real importance. The loss also meant their only home field loss of the year, one in which they had 12 wins and only 4 losses.
Seattle had a rougher time during the regular season. A tough Arizona team surprised the whole NFL by leading their division a good part of the season. It wasn’t until Week 16 that their win over the injured Cardinals gave them the first spot on their division. Taking the NFC West two years in a row is a not a easy feat this days. For only the AFC North had more total games won with 38 against Seattle’s division that totaled 37 wins.
The playoffs for the Patriots have been filled with controversy due to the infamous “Deflategate” scandal. We most likely will never know what really happened and how much this could have affected the Ravens and Colts. Regardless of the scandal, the Patriots have demonstrated why they earned the AFC spot to the Superbowl. The Divisional round proved to be a true test to what the Patriots had to offer. A brave Raven’s team fought the whole 60 minutes and it wasn’t until the last 6 that New England was able to secure their 35-31 win. Against the Colts the story was pretty much the same we saw during the regular season. Their 7-45 beat down in New England was even worse than their regular season meeting in Indianapolis were the Patriots beat them 42-20.
For the Seahawks on the other hand it was the Conference Championship game that almost left them empty handed in Seattle. Their meeting with the Packers created a lot of doubts for the champions fans, who saw Russell Wilson throw 4 interceptions before getting his groove back just in the nick of time. It was his late fourth quarter 1 yard touchdown run that helped rally the team back into shape, and his overtime touchdown sealed the deal. Their Divisional round game on the other hand had a Panthers team trying to match themselves against the Champs. They succeeded for most part of the first half and went into halftime with a 10-14 score. Ultimately though they ended up succumbing to the Seahawks 17-31. With the stage set and the players ready, this February 1st is set to be one for the ages.
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