Super Bowl squares: 2nd quarter results also weird

Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sport

The person with crazy squares wins again.

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The Seattle Seahawks are laying a beating on the Denver Broncos, but you don't care about that. You care about the $5 you have riding on Super Bowl squares. And if you had what looked like normal numbers on last draw, you're having a bad day.

If you have the square corresponding to the number 2 for the Seattle Seahawks and 0 for the Denver Broncos, you're a winner. That's not because the Seahawks are kicking a bunch of field goals, it's because they have 22 points. The Broncos don't have 10 or 20, but 0. Thanks for dropping acid this year, Super Bowl!

Just like in the first quarter, these are pretty weird results. Once again, the person in your family who thought they were a huge smartypants by picking very common numbers got burned by someone who was just assigned a pair. Hopefully you redrew and this is the same person who had the first quarter's weird numbers. You can force them to pay for booze when you inevitably run out and need to run to get more in the third quarter.

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