Families of Broncos players Robert Ayers and Mike Adams get sad end to watch party at Hooters in Hackensack

Despite the loss, the crowd still remained upbeat during the watch party.

Despite the loss, the crowd still remained upbeat during the watch party. (2/2/14)

HACKENSACK - The families of Broncos players and New Jersey natives Robert Ayers and Mike Adams got a sad end to their watch party tonight at the Hooters in Hackensack as the Broncos fell to the Seahawks in the Super Bowl.

Football fans were in and out of the restaurant all afternoon, picking up wings for their own Super Bowl parties, while the party at the restaurant continued all evening.

Even with the loss, News 12 New Jersey's Ranji Sinha says the party still had a fun atmosphere.

An after-party was still held after the game as well, despite the Broncos' loss.

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