Super Bowl 50 Roundup and Trivia
Last updated 2/8/2016 at 2:32pm
This year the game, which saw the Denver Broncos win a defensive battle over the Carolina Panthers 24-10, averaged 111.9 million TV viewers. The Super Bowl in 2014 had the second largest viewership with an average audience of 112.2 million.
The beginning of the game was fairly uneventful and slow but the half time really helped to spice things up. The commercials were also exciting, interesting, and strange. The Dorito commercials, Audi and car commercials, Mountain Dew's "puppymonkeybaby" juice/caffeine drink commercial were all entertaining to watch.
The half time show that starred Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars was performed perfectly like it had been rehearsed hundreds of times. These dancers were incredibly talented. Half time was when the peak audience of this year's game came in from 8:30 to 9:00 p.m. ET when an average of 115.5 million people tuned in.
Some super bowl watchers such as Donald Trump tweeted that the Super Bowl 50 was "very boring". However, this was probably not the case if you were a Broncos or Panthers fan or at a Superbowl party with fun people and great food.
Super bowl trivia
Q: A 30-second Super Bowl commercial costs $5 million. Do you know what it cost in 1966 for Super Bowl 1?
Q: Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson used his bonus money from playing in the 1959 NFL Championship game to co-found what restaurant chain?
A: (Carl's Jr./ Hardee's)
Q: The Denver Broncos are making their 8th Super Bowl appearance, tied for the most in NFL history. Can you name the other three teams who share the record?
A: (New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Dallas Cowboys)
Q: Peyton Manning could become the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl in NFL history. Who currently is the oldest? (hint: he was also a Denver Bronco)
A: (John Elway – 1999, 38 years old)