2019 Atlanta Super Bowl Countdown: Super Bowl XXXII

In a matchup that featured two of America’s favorite quarterbacks, John Elway and the Denver Broncos squared off against Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers. We head to San Diego, California on the Road to the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, for Super Bowl XXXII.

On January 25, 1988 the Denver Broncos took home the Super Bowl XXXII title over the Green Bay Packers, with a final score of 31-24. A total number of 68,912 people showed up to the game in San Diego at Qualcomm Stadium. The referee for this game was Ed Hochuli, and Jewel was brought aboard to sing the National Anthem for Super Bowl XXXII.

In what was a close game for both teams, the Broncos and Packers were neck and neck for the entirety of the game, making for one of the more exciting Super Bowls to date. There were over 90 million viewers who tuned in for Super Bowl XXXII, which was aired on NBC. Denver was 0-4 in Super Bowls leading up to Super Bowl XXXII, so a restless fan base was eager to see a Broncos win. Super Bowl XXXII MVP was Broncos running back Terrell Davis, who would end up scoring the go-ahead touchdown with just 1:45 left in the 4th quarter.

The Super Bowl XXXII halftime show was also exciting, with at-the-time popular artists such as Boyz II Men and Smokey Robinson performing.

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