Helene

Everyone's a Seahawks Fan

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It ended at 4pm, which did mean the fans at the performance missed the fastest score in Super Bowl history and that rare event, the safety.

Some of those fans celebrating at the parade may well have contributed to that event. As a rule Super Bowls tend to be relatively quiet, if not drowsy, because they're usually played on neutral territory in front of an audience heavily loaded with expense-account types. Not many fans of the Broncos or Seahawks were expected this time because of the distance involved, but it turned out that a considerable number of Seahawks people made the trek to the Far East to support their team. They outnumbered Denver fans significantly and their noise was blamed for the miscommunication that led to the safety. Truly a team-effort victory....

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