Football fans disappointed after Seattle beats Denver 43-8 in Super Bowl

Millions of people across the Hudson Valley tuned in Sunday to see the big game. While the Seahawks were favored to win no one was

Millions of people across the Hudson Valley tuned in Sunday to see the big game

Millions of people across the Hudson Valley tuned in Sunday to see the big game (2/2/14)

WHITE PLAINS - Millions of people across the Hudson Valley tuned in Sunday to see the Super Bowl.

While the Seahawks were favored by some to win, no one was expecting such a blowout.

News 12's Kirsten Rossotti was with fans at Bob Hyland's Sports Page in White Plains.

Both Broncos and Seahawks fans she spoke with say they were hoping to watch a more riveting game. 

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