[Insert Team Name] Wins Super Bowl XLV In [Insert Appropriate Adjective]Fashion

February 6, 2011 3:56 pm
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[Insert Team Name] Wins Super Bowl XLV In [Insert Appropriate Adjective]Fashion

In one of the most [“thrilling”/“dramatic”/“mundane”] Super Bowls of all time, the [winning team] defeated the [losing team] by a score of [higher number] to [lower number].

Winning quarterback [name of winning QB] had an impressive game, leading his team on [number] touchdown drives and accumulating [number] passing yards. The defense also played a huge role in the victory, forcing [number] turnovers and stopping the opposing offense on numerous drives.

Amidst the shower of post-game confetti, Coach [name of winning coach] hoisted the Lombardi Trophy and complimented his team on their performance. “I think all the guys really came together and preformed [“well”/“slightly above mediocre”] as a collective unit. The [name of losing team] deserves [“a ton”/“very little”] respect for their performance this afternoon. They played [“exceptionally well”/“far worse than we had anticipated”].

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told reporters after the game, “You know, its such a surreal experience to [“win”/“lose”] a game of this magnitude. I’m so [“proud”/“frustrated”] with our guys and I just want to [“get ridiculously drunk to help celebrate this win”/“get ridiculously drunk to help drown out this loss”].

In a critical moment of the second quarter of the game, Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings [“did”/“did not”] suffer a debilitating [“right”/“left”] knee injury. Reporters have confirmed that Jennings [“is”/“is not”] in critical condition at a local hospital.

Over [number] millions viewers also tuned in to watch The Black Eyed Peas perform during the halftime show. In a shocking and unexpected incident, Fergie [“did”/“did not”] experience a wardrobe malfunction that revealed her breast to the national TV audience. In addition, Brett Favre’s name was mentioned [number higher than four] times during the Super Bowl broadcast.