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10 Infamous Moments in Super Bowl History

10 Best Media Day Moments in Super Bowl History

Sometimes someone says something that's not a cliche
<p> Sometimes someone says something that's not a cliche.</p>
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This year's Super Bowl Media Day kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 28, and will see throngs of news outlets from around the world descending on the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, for a blitz of Seahawks-Broncos coverage. Rarely are stories broken. In fact, the day is typically filled with pat answers and tired cliches. But every once in awhile, someone breaks the monotony and actually says or does something interesting. Here are ten of the best (or at least most notable) Media Day moments in Super Bowl history.

Most Memorable Moments of Super Bowl XLVII

The commercial breaks were nearly as exciting as the game, musical acts and unintentional comedy.
<p> Most Memorable Moments of Super Bowl XLVII, including the Superdome blackout, Alicia Key's record-breaking National Anthem, Beyonce's halftime performance, Jacoby Jones' record-tying 108-yard kickoff return, Ed Reed's record-tying INT, a fake field goal, intentional safety, Bar Refaeli's kiss, Psy's pistachios, the Harbaugh brothers and Ray Lewis' final speech.</p>

Super Bowl XLVII had it all — a blackout, fireworks, records broken, sex appeal and mass hysteria. The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers, 34–31, at the Superdome in New Orleans. But there was plenty of action, from Alicia Keys' National Anthem to Beyonce's halftime show to Ray Lewis' postgame speech, and every commercial in between. These are the most memorable moments from Super Bowl XLVII.

20 Awesome Photos from Super Bowl XLVII

Early Super Bowl XLVIII Contenders

Baltimore, San Fran top our list of teams most likely to play in New York City in 2014
<p> Early Super Bowl XLVIII Contenders</p>

Even though the celebration in Baltimore will go on throughout the week and beyond, it’s never too early to look ahead to the 2013 season, right? With that in mind, here’s Athlon Sports’ early look at which teams could be playing in Super Bowl XLVIII in MetLife Stadium in New York City on Feb. 2, 2014.

By the way, the temperature in the Big Apple as of game time on Sunday night was a brisk 31 degrees. Whichever two teams do make it to next season’s Super Bowl will want to be sure and pack their cold-weather gear.

15 Infamous Moments in Super Bowl History

Super Bowl XLVII By the Numbers

An in-depth look at the stats, figures and trends to watch in Super Bowl XLVII.
<p> Super Bowl XLVII By the Numbers</p>

An in-depth look at Super Bowl XLVII through statistics, numbers, records and trends: 

30 Best Brothers, Sisters and Twins in Sports

The Harbaugh Brothers are both in Super Bowl XLVII, but are not the only active siblings in sports.
<p> The Harbaugh Brothers are both in Super Bowl XLVII, but are not the only active siblings in sports.</p>

The Harbaugh Brothers are hogging — or Har-gging or whatever — all the attention at Super Bowl XLVII. But little Johnny and Jimbo aren’t the only tikes in the backyard turned titans in the world of sports. Here’s a rundown of the top 30 sets of active athlete siblings, with the combined accomplishments of the top 10 brothers, sisters and twins.

Super Bowl XLVII's Top 5 Most Likely MVPs

Who are the odds-on favorites to win the Super Bowl MVP trophy?
<p> The Top 5 Most Likely Super Bowl MVPs</p>

Pinpointing any big game MVP is a complete crapshoot. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways of handicapping the most likely candidates — or keeping Vegas from setting odds on favorites.

San Francisco and Baltimore will battle Sunday night in the 47th edition of the Super Bowl. As the world’s biggest sporting event each year, the Super Bowl’s Most Valuable Player is, in some sense, the most important athlete of each calendar year.