Super Bowl XLIX was a wonderful, compelling game as the favorite the New England Patriots take the trophy with a thrilling final score of 28 to 24 over defending champions, Seattle Seahawks.
The Super Bowl scored its highest overnight ratings for the New England Patriots’ thrilling victory over the Seattle Seahawks, an early indication the game may be on the way to another viewership record.
The Nielsen company said Monday the game had a 49.7 rating in the nation’s largest media markets, up 4 percent over last year’s game. That means 49.7 percent of the nation’s 116 million homes with television were watching the game.
And now, Super Bowl XLIX is in the books, and it did not lack for drama. Lead changes, momentum swings, crazy plays — this game had just about everything. Click here for more details on the Super Bowl best moments: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/early-lead/wp/2015/02/02/the-five-best-moments-of-super-bowl-xlix/
The Seattle Seahawks had three downs to gain the yard they needed to erase the New England Patriots’ four-point lead in the closing moments of Super Bowl XLIX Sunday. Marshawn Lynch, the NFL’s rushing touchdown leader, could have had three chances to cross the goal line and clinch the Seahawks’ second consecutive title.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw for 328 yards and four touchdowns to earn Super Bowl Most Valuable Player honors, joining former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana as the only players in NFL history to gain the distinction three times. The 37-year-old also won his fourth Super Bowl ring, becoming just the third quarterback in league history to accomplish that feat.
“I want to thank my family and all my friends that have supported me, all my teammates. This is for you guys, I love you guys,” Brady said after the game. New England outplayed Seattle for much of the first half. Wide receiver Brandon LaFell’s touchdown catch gave the Patriots the game’s first score in the second quarter. Seattle answered, as rookie wide receiver Chris Matthews’ first career NFL catch set up a 3-yard touchdown run by Lynch.
Brady’s second touchdown pass to tight end Rob Gronkowski gave the Patriots a 14-7 lead with just 30 seconds remaining in the first half. But Wilson led a last-ditch drive and completed a jump-ball touchdown to Matthews, who earned early buzz as a dark horse MVP candidate.
The New England Patriots won their fourth Super Bowl of the Bill Belichick era on Sunday, rallying to beat the Seahawks in a wild game that came down to the final seconds and Tom Brady won MVP honors. Additionally, let´s not forget Butler’s interception saved the Patriots’ season. source: .ibtimes.com/
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