Super Bowl XLVIII: Bring It Home, Seattle Seahawks


Jan 31, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos helmets are on display with the Vince Lombardi Trophy prior to a press conference at Rose Theater in advance of Super Bowl XLVIII. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Bring it home, Seattle Seahawks, bring it home. Enough waiting, and enough hype.

We want that Lombardi Trophy.

60 minutes. That is all it takes. 60 minutes of great football, and the dream season will end in utter joy for the Emerald City.

No more film, Russell Wilson. No more (short) interviews, Marshawn Lynch. No more rehab, Percy Harvin. No more Muppet spoofs of you, Richard Sherman.

Time to ball.

Time to show the Denver Broncos how the Seahawks do things downtown (Seattle). Time to congratulate Peyton Manning on a great season and then send him back to the locker room with a grim look on his face.

One more pep talk, Pete Carroll. One more upbeat speech to rally the troops. One more supply of gum (however much you chew each game).

The time is now. Right now. This is a game that can be won. Seattle fans have been waiting, hoping and dreaming. Super Bowl XL is a memory that must be left behind. Win Super Bowl XLVIII, and fans might actually forget the name “Bill Leavy.”

One fan already got the “Super Bowl Champs” tattoo this summer. He believes, and he is confident.

Analysis, predictions and previews are coming to a close. Bets have been placed, menus have been planned for parties and in a few short hours the kickoff will finally commence.

Are the Seahawks really going to do this? Will this epic season end with a cloud of blue and green confetti?

The Seahawks can win. The Seahawks are going to win. Do you believe?

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