Video Super Bowl highlights, players miked on field: NFL.com has come out with a video of Super Bowl XLVIII highlights with players and coaches miked during the game.
Some fascinating and hilarious moments as you listen to players and coaches react as the game turns into a Seattle rout in unbelievable fashion as one disaster follows another for Denver.
Players miked include Peyton Manning, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, Marshawn Lynch, Champ Bailey, plus Seattle coach Pete Carroll and Denver coach John Fox.
Listen and watch the series of 5-10 minute videos which includes the following:
The first play of the game where Denver snaps the ball into their own end zone for a safety. Peyton Manning realizes his team couldn’t hear him extend the snap count, and admits he should have started off the game with a silent snap count.
Marshawn Lynch, after scoring a touchdown to put Seattle up 15-0, asks coach Carroll multiple times “Can we score some more points?” Finally he says, “Ok, I just wanted to make sure it was alright”. Lynch is hilarious with his dry sense of humor.
Peyton Manning throws an interception to Malcolm Smith which is returned 69 yards for a touchdown, putting Seattle up 22-0; Pete Carroll’s excited reaction, Malcolm Smith greeted by a revved up Seattle sideline.
Any hope of Denver mounting a second-half comeback was quickly squashed when Seattle’s Percy Harvin returns the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown, putting the Seahawks up 29-0. Watch and listen to Richard Sherman stand up, throw his head back and start cackling. Finally he says, “That’s a bad boy! They ain’t got a chance”. Denver kicker Matt Prater tells a teammate on the sideline, “I got my hands on him. I just slid right off him”. The announcer notes there’s just no way a kicker is going to bring down Percy Harvin in the open field.
Watch as the Denver Broncos’ fans look on in stunned disbelief as the nightmare unfolds.
Richard Sherman is typically chatty throughout the blowout. Listen to the things he says to teammates and the Denver players on the field.
Listen to Denver coach John Fox try to rationalize what’s happening as the situation gets worse and worst.
Russell Wilson conspires to dump the celebratory gatorade on coach Pete Carroll.
Peyton Manning congratulates multiple Seattle players as he walks off the field following what is surely the most disappointing game of his career.
A beaming Malcolm Smith when he finds out he has won the game’s Most Valuable Player award.
Watch Seattle players and coaches celebrate; coach Carroll address the team in the winning locker room.
Watch the videos from NFL.com.