Super Backs!

CHAOS - A state in which behavior and events are uncontrolled.


Both of the starting RBs in Super Bowl XLVIII play with a reckless abandon -- uncontrolled -- that makes them tough to bring down. As a result of their punishing running styles, they are able to squeeze out every yard possible and they get better as the games go on.  


Denver RB Knowshon Moreno is the perfect complement to the Broncos legendary passing game. In 2013 he gained over 1,000 yards rushing and hauled-in 60 passes, and he hit pay-dirt for 10 TDs. Opposing defense often focus on Denver's passing game, and the playmaker Moreno makes them pay.


The Seattle Seahawks running game can be summed-up in two words: Beast Mode. RB Marshawn Lynch rumbled through would-be tacklers for 1,257 yards and 12 TDs this season.  Lynch went Beast mode in both playoff wins so far, cranking out game-changing 67-yard and 40-yard touchdown runs against the Saints and 49ers respectively..


No RB has won Super Bowl MVP in the past 16 years...Moreno or Lynch could be the one to change that.


Super Bowl Fun Facts – Running Backs


Denver Broncos RB Terrell Davis was the last RB to win the Super Bowl MVP.  Davis was named the MVP of Super Bowl XXXII in 1997.


Marshawn Lynch (2007) and Knowshon Moreno (2009) were both drafted with the overall 12th pick in the NFL Draft.


Washington Redskins RB Timmy Smith holds the Super Bowl record for the most rushing yards with 203 against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXII.


Marshawn Lynch needs 96 yards to break the Seahawks franchise rushing record set by Shaun Alexander in Super Bowl XL


Watch Super Bowl XLVIII at 6:30pm ET on Sunday, February 2nd on Fox.


Which RB will rush for more yards in Super Bowl XLVIII?

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