


Seattle Seahawks Defeat Packers 2822
And there continues to be math lurking here amidst the celebration! 28 is....
 The second perfect number
 The third Granville number
 The sum of the totient function for the first nine integers
 A Størmer number
 A harmonic divisor number, a happy number, a triangular number, a hexagonal number, and a centered nonagonal number
 Part of the Padovan sequence, preceded by the terms 12, 16, 21
 A Keith number, because it recurs in a Fibonaccilike sequence started from its base 10 digits: 2, 8, 10, 18, 28...
 The ninth and last number in early Indian magic square of order 3
 The only positive integer that has a unique Kayles nimvalue
 The fourth magic number in physics
 The curing time of concrete in days
 A word that means "power" amd "emergy in Hebrew Gematria
 The number of dominoes in a standard set
 A popular game played in Kerala, India
 The number of days in the coming February when the Superbowl occurs
And, as for 22, it is....
 A pentagonal number, a centered heptagonal number, and a central polygonal number
 The sum of the totient function for the first eight integers
 A Perrin number, an Erdős–Woods number, and a Smith number in base 10
 The number of letters in the Hebrew alphabet
 A song by Taylor Swift
 The number of stars in the Paramount Films logo
 The number of yards in one chain
 Used in France as a phrase to warn of the coming of the police
 Referred to as "Two Little Ducks" by Bingo players
So, the Seattle Seahawks win AGAIN...and some math can be found in the results!

