Jermaine Kearse Broke Five Tackles, Scored a Touchdown, and Denver is Down 36-0

By Jason McIntyre

Thirty-six to zero. There’s still 17 minutes left. And Denver is dangerously on the cusp of being the first team to be shut out in Super Bowl history.

Late in the 3rd quarter, Jermaine Kearse broke five tackles and danced into the end zone to give Seattle a 36-0 lead. This has been one of the most lopsided, boring Super Bowls I’ve ever witnessed. It’s not entertaining, and Denver hasn’t even thrown a scare into Seattle.

The better storyline: Peyton Manning’s legacy, or Seattle maybe having the greatest defense in NFL history?

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