The Broncos got off to a bad start as the first snap of the game went over Peyton Manning's head and in to the end zone, where Denver recovered for a safety to give Seattle a 2-0 lead.
Running back Marshawn Lynch plunged in from a yard out to give the Seahawks a 15-0 lead in the second quarter.
Late in the first half, with Denver driving, Malcolm Smith intercepted Peyton Manning's pass and returned it 69 yards for a touchdown to make the score 22-0 at halftime.
Receiving the second half kickoff, Percy Harvin just about ended any hopes for a Denver comeback by returning the kick 87 yards for a touchdown. 29-0 Seattle.
Jermaine Kearse broke several attempted tackles in catching this 23-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson that made the score 36-0.
Doug Baldwin closed the scoring with this fourth-quarter touchdown.
The day after receiving his fifth NFL MVP award, Peyton Manning threw two interceptions as he lost his second Super Bowl in three attempts.
Demaryius Thomas caught a Super Bowl record 13 passes from Manning, including Denver's only touchdown.
The Seahawks' victory gave Seattle its first pro sports championship since 1979.
The match-up between the NFL's two best teams turned out to be no match at all as the Seattle Seahawks romped over the Denver Broncos 43-8. Here's how it happened.