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Forbes Living TV and What We Learned from the Super Bowl
Millions of people around the world watched Super Bowl 48 on
February 2 as the underdog Seattle Seahawks whipped the Denver Broncos. ForbesLiving TV learned a few things from watching the game and shares them.
Goals are reachable. Seattle
worked hard to get to the Super Bowl and no one on the team believed they didn’t
The underdog can win. Though they were not projected to win
the big game, the Seahawks immediately grabbed the game by the Broncos’ horns
and ran the ball all the way down the field for a touchdown in the first 12 seconds
of the game.
Even though the NFL banned head butting, players’ heads were
slammed in the ground, butted with shoulders, and bounced off the frozen field.
We asked ourselves all night long if those football helmets are the best in the
country at protecting brain injury from head trauma.
Every single person counts no matter who they are. Denver QB Peyton Manning showed the world how
gracious he is even after a crushing loss to stop and sign autographs for
several fans waiting in the stadium hallway. Forbes Living TV noticed that Manning did not bypass one single person who asked for an autograph. Right down to the stadium beer vendor who was the first
to ask for an autograph.