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February 9, 2014 at 12:08 AM

Sunday links: 10 more thoughts on the Super Bowl, and more

Time to catch up on a few links. …

— For the one-week anniversary of the biggest win in Seahawk history, I came up with 10 random thoughts about the Super Bowl for the Sunday paper;

— Times columnist Jerry Brewer says the Seahawks aren’t close to being satisfied;

— ICYMI, here are Richard Sherman’s thoughts on the Super Bowl and what is next, via MMQB;

— Seahawks LB K.J. Wright said the Seahawks would beat the Broncos 90 times out of 100. If you read my story above, NFL Network analyst Heath Evans agrees;

Greg Cosell with some good stuff on how the Seahawks dominated Denver’s offense;

— NFL.com on how the Seahawks may have changed the draft;

— The Denver Post says the Broncos were doomed from the beginning;

Mike Ditka says the Seahawks can repeat;

— Another thought on how Seattle’s young roster could spawn a dynasty for the Seahawks;

— NFL.com on how Percy Harvin could be a bigger part of the offense next season;

— SI.com’s All-22 breaks down just how historic the performance of Seattle’s defense was;

— A local newspaper has a feature on Seahawks practice squader Jared Smith, who recently was signed to the active roster with rosters expanding to 90 now that the season is over;

— The New York Daily News says a few changes would do wonders to how New York/New Jersey hosted the Super Bowl;

— Cool story on how fans of the Seahawks and 49ers united to help a homeless 49er fan who crashed the parade;

— Really interesting stuff on how the Falcons and Seahawks took divergent paths after their playoff game a year ago;

— The Regina Leader-Post caught up with Seattle punter Jon Ryan;

— The Denver Post with some good observations in a story wondering if the Broncos can make it back to the Super Bowl (and recall that the Super Bowl was the 30th straight game —- 30th!! — in which Denver had been favored).

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