Peyton Manning’s Storybook Ending Comes In an All-Time Ugly Super Bowl Win

February 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — They played the Super Bowl on Sunday night, and an AFC South game broke out.
These were the best teams in football? Really? It was more like a Titans-Jaguars game. Sorry: Titans-Jaguars games are usually better.      
Sure, Super Bowl 50 will be remembered for Peyton Manning winning what is likely his last game and riding off into the sunset on a chariot full of Lombardi Trophies, records and statistical greatness. It will be remembered for a dominant defensive performance from the Broncos. Those are the things the history books will show.
But it also goes down, in a way we might not want to remember, as perhaps the worst Super Bowl in recent history. Maybe, just maybe, we watched the worst Super Bowl ever.
It was, in a great many moments, incredibly unwatchable. Like the fourth quarter of a preseason game. The action was so slow, Beyonce outran it in her heels.
If it can't be summed up by a three-and-out or a penalty,...

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