Even with the Super Bowl win less than two days old, the logical question now is: What’s Next?
The answer, say the Seahawks, is more of the same, which I detailed in this story for the Tuesday.
We will have tons more on where Seattle goes from here in the days, weeks and months ahead so that story is far from totally comprehensive. But it hopefully provides a decent overview of where things stand in the big-picture sense.
Also today. …
— As expected, the game drew huge TV ratings in the Seattle area;
— A few leftover notes from Super Sunday;
— Jayson Jenks writes about Malcolm Smith’s unlikely path to being Super Bowl MVP;
— Jerry Brewer says Pete Carroll made a loud statement with his win;
— Larry Stone says Seattle’s new challenge is to stay on fire;
— Here are details on the team’s arrival last night;
— More details on the victory parade Wednesday;
— Lots of stuff on the team’s website, which has a new look;
— A Houston furniture store owner lost big when the Seahawks won;
— Peter King says Seattle’s win shows the value of defense;
— NFL.com writes that the Seahawks could be on the verge of a dynasty;
— So does the New York Times;
— ESPN says the future is “blindingly bright” for Russell Wilson;
— USA Today says the Seahawks and Carroll win with a style all their own;
— ESPN on Seattle’s “outside-the-box” approach to winning;
— ESPN with the best and worst of the game;
— The Wall Street Journal on how the Seahawks solved Peyton Manning;
— The Detroit Free-Press on some of Seattle’s draft-day steals;
— Yahoo.com on how Seattle’s win may change how other teams build their rosters;
— The New York Times writes it was a title built in Carroll’s image;
— Philly.com with a tip of the cap to Seattle’s sustained success;
— USA Today with a report card on the game;
— SI.com’s Don Banks with a bunch of snap judgments on the game.