Russell Wilson, Malcolm Smith and coach Pete Carroll walked out from behind the center field fence to an ovation that rivaled anything heard across the street at CenturyLink Field.
Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Malcolm Smith is leading the Seattle Seahawks’ effort to restore the Oso community and provide relief to the deadly mudslide victims.
Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Seattle Seahawks Superbowl MVP Malcolm Smith, Seattle Mariners catcher John Buck, Seattle Times UW Husky Football beat writer Adam Jude, CBS Sports Network NCAA Basketball analyst Steve Lappas, and CBS Sports Eye on Football senior […]
The Seahawks won their first Super Bowl title Sunday night in overpowering fashion, punishing Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos 43-8. That relentless defense, the NFL’s stingiest, never let the five-time MVP get going, disarming the highest-scoring offense in league history.
Seattle linebacker Malcolm Smith returned an interception of Peyton Manning 69 yards for a touchdown and later recovered a fumble, earning Super Bowl MVP honors in the Seahawks’ 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday night.
This game is truly a matchup of strength versus strength and goes well beyond the No. 1 offense and the No. 1 defense. In fact, it’s also a matchup of weakness versus weakness. Want proof?
The Seattle Seahawks don’t have a defensive weakness, per se, but the AFC Champions are as close to flawless as it gets in football in terms of offensive efficiency, which may be a significant problem for the ‘Hawks come Sunday.
Jermaine Kearse, Walter Thurmond and Malcolm Smith are just as big a reason why the Seattle Seahawks are in the Super Bowl.
While I did not see a significant difference in the style — it’s still a zone blocking scheme with a goal of often getting the guards and center into the linebackers’ faces — the run play calls seemed a little bit different from Lynch’s perspective.
There was an overwhelming sense of accomplishment in Seattle’s locker room after the Seahawks knocked off the St. Louis Rams 27-9 on Sunday to wrap up the NFC West title and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.