Super Bowl preview 2014: Seahawks, Broncos player face swap (Photos)

Jan 18, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; A general view of preparations for Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

In less than one week, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will meet at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII. Over the course of the next week, we will be subject to countless hours of exhausting coverage as we listen to the same story lines ad nauseam so we have decided to mix things up a bit here on

What would happen if Russell Wilson and Peyton Manning swapped faces? How about Richard Sherman and Eric Decker? Could Wes Welker turn into Beast Mode?

Well, now you have an opportunity to see what would happen if you mashed the players together.

Let’s start off with the most talked about player leading up to the game, Richard Sherman, and one of the receivers that he could end up covering.

Meet Eric Sherman and Richard Decker:


Sherman is hardly recognizable without his long hair adding some personality to his look, while Sherman looks like one of the many people in the states of Colorado and Washington that are thrilled to have the legalization of marijuana in their state. But hey, we don’t judge.

The next mash up comes with Wes Welker in skully cap and Marshawn Lynch having Beast Mode tamed.


Okay, now that is just creepy.

Lynch doesn’t look nearly as intimidating with a receding hairline and Welker looks like a dude best suited for a motorcycle rally. Luckily for Lynch, he wouldn’t lose all of his strength like Sampson, because it is the Skittles that provide him with fuel.

Now, let’s get to the quarterbacks.

Everyone likes to make fun of Peyton Manning’s gigantic forehead. So what does Russell Wilson look like when he gets the Manning face treatment? You will not be disappointed.


Manning doesn’t even look recognizable with a different hair color and style and Wilson’s transformation is too incredible for words. I think it’s safe to say that both men have been making the right choice of hairstylist.

Finally, to end things off with the match up that everyone is looking forward to, let’s give Peyton Manning the biggest makeover of his career and take away Sherman’s locks one last time.


We aren’t quite sure what to make of Sherman’s new look, but it looks like Peyton should be changing his name to “Jah,” because he looks like a Rastafarian Jesus. It’s a shame that we were robbed of this look during the early days of Manning’s career, but at least we can now picture a dreadlocked Manning thanks to the wonderful power of the Internet.

What players would you like to see blended together for the next installment of a Super Bowl face swap? Sound off in the comments section below with your thoughts and suggestions.

Tags: Denver Broncos Eric Decker Marshawn Lynch Peyton Manning Richard Sherman Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Super Bowl XLVIII Wes Welker

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