Some people have been imagining the Denver Broncos playing the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl for a long time.
Back in 2005, the creators of the hit animated show, "The Simpsons," not only imagined the matchup -- they made a prediction.
In "Bonfire of the Manatees," Homer Simpson points to the television screen showing the final score of a Seahawks/Broncos Super Bowl -- with the Broncos winning 19-14.
The episode first aired Sept. 11, 2005.
The Simpsons are not the only ones predicting a Broncos victory.
The Broncos are 2.5-point favorites, according to ESPN.
EA Sports' Madden NFL 25 football video game simulation also has the Broncos defeating the Seahawks by a narrow margin -- 31-28.
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