The Seattle Seahawks were victorious in Super Bowl XLVIII, with a dominating 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos. Now that the Seahawks have a taste of the first Super Bowl win in franchise history, the team isn’t ready to stop just yet.
If quarterback Russell Wilson gets his way, this year’s win will not be their last taste of Super Bowl glory and he plans to repeat as champions next year.
“When I first got here, I know I mentioned possibly winning multiple Super Bowls,” Wilson said during the team’s victory parade. “The thing that I said was, to win multiple Super Bowls, you’ve got to win the first one first. Our mindset right now, as we’ve been saying all year — us players have been saying, ‘What’s next?’ Our plan is to win another one for you next year.”
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll echoed those wishes.
“It’s just not one year,” Carroll said. “We’re just getting warmed up. . . . We’ll be back again. We’re going to do something special again.”
The Seahawks are a young team and they are in position to have many of their top stars return. And after this past weekend’s big win, there is no reason to believe they won’t be able to accomplish their goal.