The Seattle Seahawks put together one of the greatest team performances in Super Bowl history on Sunday night and crushed the Denver Broncos, 43-8.
Behind a defense that forced four turnovers, Seattle harassed Peyton Manning and the record-setting Denver offense and managed to hold the Broncos scoreless until the fourth quarter.
Linebacker Malcolm Smith won Super Bowl MVP. The NFC Championship game hero returned a Peyton Manning interception 69 yards for a touchdown during the second quarter.
Smith also compiled nine total tackles and a fumble recovery.
This is the first championship for the city of Seattle since 1979 when the Sonics won the NBA title.