It is officially over. With the Seattle Seahawks win over the Denver Broncos just two nights ago, the 2013-2014 NFL season formally came to a close. For the past six months, we were able to see some of the best athletes in the world coincide on a field of grass, giving it their all with the same goal in mind; win the Lombardi Trophy. Out of the nearly two thousand people who had the opportunity to put on a pair of pads this season, only 53 of them were able to make their dream come true.
First off, I would like to say congratulations to both the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. Throughout the season these two teams battled week in and week out, showing everyone exactly why they belong in this spectacular event. Unfortunately for the Broncos, things didn’t work out as planned as they were the team to leave New York with their heads down.
Even with the season now officially over, you shouldn’t remain worried or upset. With free agency and the NFL Draft just around the corner, the NFL will still hold the talk of many major media outlets, so yes, we will still all have our fare-share of football to talk about.
With that being said, here are my five takes on what I/we have learned from the 2014 Super Bowl.