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Russell Wilson completes a great second by winning the NFL’s greatest prize.
The only thing more shocking than the Seattle Seahawks 45-8 blasting of the Denver Broncos was the ease with which it was done. The Seahawks scored on offense, defense and special teams before the Denver Broncos could crack the scoreboard. Seattle’s defense was all bark and bite, forcing four turnovers and pressuring Peyton Manning into a historically uncharacteristic performance.
Seattle linebacker Malcolm Smith returned an interception 69 yards for a touchdown and recovered a fumble before being named Super Bowl MVP. Russell Wilson joined Doug Williams in becoming only the second African-American starting quarterback to win the Super Bowl.
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