Seattle was one big party today, as 700,000 "12th Man" fans celebrated and watched the Seahawks Super Bowl victory parade.
The festivities began with a parade from the Space Needle to Century Link Field. Once at the stadium, the team had a ceremony to honor the fans -- nicknamed the 12th Man -- for their unwavering support.
Each Seahawk was introduced one at a time, and when QB Russell Wilson emerged hoisting the Lombardi trophy, the place went wild.
After leading the crowd in a "Seahawks, Seahawks" chant, head coach Pete Carroll was already thinking about doing it all again next season. "We're just getting warmed up, if you know what I'm talking about."