Peyton Manning was the center of attention Tuesday morning as Super Bowl media day for the Broncos and Seattle Seahawks kicked off at the Prudential Center.

Manning stressed the need for the Broncos to prepare like they have all season in order to perform their best in the Super Bowl on Sunday.

"Preparation has really been good this week to start off," Manning said. "It was excellent last week in Denver and hopefully it will continue this week. I think the preparation part should be the same this week as it has been all week for us. Hopefully we can carry that preparation to the playing field Sunday. We play an outstanding opponent, and obviously it's going to come down to the execution of it. You get here, you need to do the same things you've done to get to this point. You don't all the sudden start doing something different."

Despite Manning wanting the preparation to be the same, Broncos coach John Fox admits it's a much different scenario from the regular season or the two playoff games the Broncos played to get here.

"This one is unique," said Fox. "It's just something different about it from every other game we played this year."