Super Bowl 2011: 10 Reasons It Was The Most Watched Television Program Ever

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Super Bowl 2011: 10 Reasons It Was The Most Watched Television Program Ever
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It's hard to introduce anything about the Super Bowl, because unless you've been living under a rock for the last few months, you already know pretty much everything about the game inside out.

In any case, Super Bowl XLV was the turn of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers to fight it out for arguably America's biggest prize. With both teams being the two most storied, successful franchises in the history of the sport, the game was bound to be a great clash.

Clearly, the public expected a great match, as well as the game broke record viewing figures for the second consecutive year.

Here are ten reason's why the game managed to do so...

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