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Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks are Super Bowl champions
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Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks after the club's 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII:
Terry Blount of ESPN.com says Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos were no match for the Seahawks defense.
John Clayton of ESPN.com says Pete Carroll's old-school approach created an old-school beatdown of the Broncos.
Greg Garber of ESPN.com highlights the play of Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith, who collected a pick-six and fumble recovery on Sunday.
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com says the future is very bright for quarterback Russell Wilson, who captured his first Super Bowl title in just his second season. Graziano also grades out the Seahawks' Super Bowl performance, and the club nearly earns straight As across the board.
ESPN Stats & Information looks at how the Seahawks were able to turn in such a dominating performance in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com chronicles Pete Carroll's run from Jets castoff to Seahawks Super Bowl champion.
Peter King of TheMMQB.com has his "Monday Morning Quarterback" column recapping Sunday's Super Bowl. King also says the play from quarterback Russell Wilson is one of the major reasons the Seahawks are thinking Super Bowl repeat.
Greg A. Bedard of TheMMQB.com outlines what went wrong for the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Ben Reiter of SI.com looks at how the Seahawks' defensive line dominated Super Bowl XLVIII.
Chris Burke of SI.com breaks down the best and worst from Super Bowl XLVIII.
Judy Battista of NFL.com says the Seahawks' Super Bowl win could transition into a dynasty with their young, talented and deep squad.
Mike Silver of NFL.com says the Seahawks are the League's top dogs, and they're here to stay.
Kevin Patra of NFL.com dissects the play that sent linebacker Malcolm Smith to Disneyland as Super Bowl MVP.
Sunday's Super Bowl was the most-watched television program in U.S. history.
And you can find all of our Seahawks.com Super Bowl coverage right here.