If you had Super Bowl XLVIII pegged as being a blowout, then you weren’t alone as we assumed one of the offenses would explode, we just had no idea that said offense would be the Seattle Seahawks. Peyton Manning could only sit on the bench and watch as his defense was shredded by the Seattle Seahawks offense.
After a kick return to start the second half went all the way to the house thanks to Percy Harvin, the Seahawks came back on offense near the end of the quarter to dig the knife in even deeper and twist even harder. Russell Wilson hooked up with Jermaine Kearse to extend the Seahawks lead to 36-0.
The game wasn’t supposed to go this way but anyone who doubted the Seahawks before tonight need to start recognizing them as Super Bowl champions.