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Super Bowl 2014: The Real Road To The Super Bowl Is The One Less Traveled By The Seahawks And Broncos

The real road to the SuperBowl is a pathway of crumbling infrastructure. Impassable roads, potholes, and nearly impassable.
Super Bowl 2014: The Real Road To The Super Bowl Is The One Less Traveled By The Seahawks And Broncos
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Via NJ.com:

The (Real) Road to the Super Bowl is pocked with potholes, and this is not some lame sports cliché, either.

One second, your car is covering the miles between the team hotels in Jersey City and MetLife Stadium, and the next — BOOOOM! — you’re wondering whether you’ll have to pick up the front fender and throw it into the trunk.

Luckily, there is a place that can sell you a brand-new (to you, anyway) front fender when this happens. More on that in a minute.

But first: The Broncos and the Seahawks have stayed in Jersey City this week in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII. They have held their team m...

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