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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – After you watch Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson throw some bombs, if you want to drop your own bomb Miami-Dade’s Water and Sewer Department has your back, figuratively speaking.

According to the Water & Sewer Department, on Super Bowl Sunday water pressure can drop by as much as 18-22 pounds per square inch at the two-minute warning of the first half and continuing through halftime, as well as right after the game.

So, the Water & Sewer Department said it would monitor consumption and may have to make an audible (Maybe “OMAHA!”) and “add another pump to the system at each plant to compensate for the decrease in pressure.”

The Water and Sewer Department said residents can sit back, enjoy the game and commercials and feel 100 percent sure that the agency is “protecting your blind side.”

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