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Golden Age of Watchable Super Bowls

Deadspin

Sunday's Super Bowl was undoubtedly awesome. Big comeback. Dramatic finish. Weird NFL rules. Beyoncé. The question on everyone's mind: Was it the best Super Bowl ever? To figure this out, we used an updated version of our watchability rankings, which measured games on quality of play (for...

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