Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll gets gatorade dump on him by quarterback Russell Wilson (3) during the second half against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium.

The Seattle Seahawks are the 2014 NFL champions, dominating the Denver Broncos, 43-8, in Super Bowl XLVIII.

The game was over from the first snap, as it began with a safety. It became the fastest-scoring play in Super Bowl history. Then came a Peyton Manning interception, a Marshawn Lynch touchdown, a Malcolm Smith pick 6 (he was the MVP of the game) and a Percy Harvin kickoff return touchdown to officially end the game.

The Broncos were never able to click, getting a touchdown in garbage time. It's strange though, since Peyton Manning broke the record for the most completed passes in a Super Bowl while Demaryius Thomas had the most catches.

With the loss for Denver, the No. 1 offense is now 1-4 against No. 1 defenses in Super Bowl history.

And as for the Seahawks, they deserve it. They dominated from every aspect this season and they showed it in every minute of the 60 total on Sunday night.

Congrats Pete Carroll, you're one hell of a coach.


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