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Seattle Seahawks soar toward their destiny

Russell Wilson

Logically, the Seattle Seahawks should not be in the Super Bowl.  They trailed the Green Bay Packers 19-7 with 5:04 left in the game after a Russell Wilson interception, and even Seahawks fans, known as being some of the best in the National Football League, were leaving the arena.

Then, the destiny of the Seahawks became clear.  After forcing a three and out, the Seahawks scored quickly, but still trailed 19-14 and needed help.  The Seahawks then recovered an onside kick, and scored again, taking the lead 22-19.  The Packers tied the score and the game went to overtime, and the Seahawks quickly scored to advance to their second-straight Super Bowl.

“God is so good all the time,” a tearful Wilson said after the game.  Indeed he is.  For me personally, picking a winner for Super Bowl XLIX is easy.  We could talk X’s and O’s, predict how the Seahawks defense will match Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense, and vice versa, but to me, this game is quite simple.  The Seattle Seahawks are simply soaring toward their destiny, which is a second-straight Super Bowl victory.

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