Super Bowl 2014 Review: Seahawks' Defense Dominates in Historic Fashion

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Feb 2, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Super Bowl MVP Seattle Seahawks outside linebacker Malcolm Smith (53) celebrates with the Lombardi Trophy after beating the Denver Broncos 43-8 in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The End Game

The Seattle Seahawks was clearly a little more hungry all the way to the end whistle. Peyton has never looked so confused on the sidelines and Pete Carroll has never executed a game plan any better.

The Seattle defense was swarming around like hornets the entire game. Their cockiness was displayed all over the field as you could tell from snap one( an over throw of Peyton’s head resulting in a safety) that the Seattle defense was the superior squad on this night.

I feel for Peyton in one aspect, every time he did make the throw or play to come back someone else made a huge mistake. Mistakes that in the end seemed to hard to overcome. I’m not sure if Peyton gets another shot a the big game but I am sure his team has to play better for him to win.

Congrats to Pete Carrol for coming back to the NFL and doing it his way. Building the leagues best defense a tad bit unconventionally and taking them to the pinnacle of football, Super Bowl winner!

And congratulations to Malcolm Smith for winning the MVP as the third linebacker in history to win the award. He deserved it too.

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