Whether you're a sports fan or not, the Super Bowl is more than just a football game. It's an event, and the numbers behind the Big Game are something to behold. WalletHub.com has taken a "by-the-numbers" look at the sporting spectacle.
The AFC Champion Denver Broncos were the first team to land in NJ for Super Bowl 48 at MetlLife Stadium. They were also the first team up to the podium to give the first of many interviews leading up to Super Sunday.
The two best teams in the National Football League aren't the only ones battling for Super Bowl supremacy this winter. The big game at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford has also spurred a war among states - New Jersey vs. New York.
The crowd remained relatively calm in New Orleans this past weekend when half of the stadium went dark during the Super Bowl. It would be safe to assume the National Football League will not receive the same response from New Jersey/New York fans if the same outage were to occur during next year's game, given the location is a quick car ride from ground zero of the worst terrorist attack in our country's history.
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