Sunday, February 2, 2014

Seattle Seahawks Rout Denver To Win Super Bowl 48

It was quarterback Russell Wilson and the feared "Legion of Boom" Seattle Seahawks defense dominating the Denver Broncos in a 43-8 rout in Super Bowl 48 in New Jersey on Sunday evening.
Seattle linebacker Malcolm Smith was named the Most Valuable Player as the Sehawks thoroughly dominated from start to finish, getting a defensive score with a safety on the first play from scrimmage and later scored again on defense when (linebacker Malcolm) Smith intercepted a Peyton Manning pass and took it back 69 yards for a touchdown and 22-0 half time lead.
The second half was once again ALL SEATTLE as Percy Harvin ran back the second half kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown and a 29-0 lead as the rout continued.
For the game, Wilson completed 18 of 25 pass attempts for 206 yards and two touchdowns while Manning (34 for 49 for 280 yards) was intercepted twice and also fumbled in the loss. The Broncos had four turnovers in the game.
But it's Head Coach Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks celebrating as Super Bowl champions.

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