Seattle and Denver are putting the wraps on their Super Bowl practice week, getting ready for Sunday’s Super Bowl 48.
The Seahawks played most of the season without WR’s Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice. Rice was lost for the season, while Harvin has just returned after missing most of the season.
The Seattle offense has geared itself around running back Marshawn
Lynch. Russell Wilson has been asked to play ball control, make an occasional big play, whether it be with his arm or his feet. WR Doug Baldwin has made a bigger impact in place of Harvin and Rice and now Harvin is back and expected to play on Sunday.
But the Seahawks have basically asked their top ranked defense to make the big plays and keep them in position to win games.
Former Badger quarterback Darrell Bevell is the offensive coordinator in Seattle, running the offensive show. Our Super Bowl correspondent Mike Clemens caught up with Bevell at the Super Bowl this week.