Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale, Arizona, in two weeks will be a matchup of the NFL’s most recent dynasty franchise and what could be the next dynasty franchise. The New England Patriots were the NFL’s most recent dynasty. From 2001 to 2004, the Patriots won three Super Bowls in a four-season span. They are the most recent team to win back-to-back Super Bowls and were the most recent Super Bowl champions to win a playoff game the following year until the Seattle Seahawks did it this year. The Seahawks won perhaps the greatest championship game in the Super Bowl era, rallying from a 16-0 deficit to beat the Green Bay Packers 28-22 in overtime. Russell Wilson rallied the Seahawks from a 19-7 deficit in the final four minutes to take a 22-19 lead. A gimpy Aaron Rogers executed a 48-yard drive to set up the tying field goal in the final 85 seconds, sending the game into overtime. Wilson then lifted the defending champs back to the Super Bowl with a touchdown pass to Jemaine Kearse. In the AFC Championship Game, the Patriots blew out the Indianapolis Colts 45-7. The Super Bowl has plenty of interesting angles. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was the Patriots’ head coach before Bill Belichick. The game will feature the NFL’s two best shutdown cornerbacks, New England’s Darrelle Revis and Seattle’s Richard Sherman. It’s also a matchup of two of the league’s best clutch quarterbacks, New England’s Tom Brady and Russell Wilson. To see the Super Bowl live or any other sporting event, concert or theatre event in Kansas City or nationwide call Tickets For Less at 913-685-3322 or visit us online at www.ticketsforless.com. Tickets For Less has a great selection of seats to all events and an A+ rating with the BBB. Call and speak to one of our friendly ticket experts today.