Finally the dust has settled since the Seattle Seahawks bested the San Francisco 49ers in an amazing come from behind 23-17 victory on Sunday.
I’m sorry, did I say amazing? Excuse me for my rudeness, *ahem ahem*… That was an exhilarating come from behind win.
Russell Wilson came up clutch in the 4th quarter as he threw a touchdown pass to Jermaine Kearse with 13:52 remaining.
“It was for all the people who said I couldn’t do it” said Wilson during the post game remarks.
Well, he definitely silenced them by throwing 16-25 and 215 yards (just to refresh your memory). The Seahawks were very determined to show all the doubting outsiders and fans (don’t act like you weren’t sweating bullets there for a second) that they deserved to be the second team in franchise history to go to the Super Bowl.
So what now? After a couple days of celebration and rest, it’s time to tie up the cleats, strap up the gloves, and hit the green turf to get ready for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. They’re going to have to be firing on all cylinders to be the ones holding the Lombardi trophy over the tenacious Broncos.
Like Wilson said “It’s about the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.”
What matters is what happens when both teams suit up next Sunday MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
Topics: Seattle Seahawks