The Seattle Seahawks are officially Super Bowl champions. Time to show off your 12th Man swagger with this official championship t-shirt.
Patrick Stewart celebrated the Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl on Twitter by showing off his one-handed pushup.
Denver's performance was so abysmal during Super Bowl XLVIII that Purell took to Twitter to troll the Broncos, as well as the home state Cleveland Browns.
We see what Skittles was up to here. Super Bowl XLVIII needed some spicing up, so the candy company decided to throw out a riddle on Twitter - we think.
The Twitterverse teed off on the Denver Broncos' ineffectiveness in Super Bowl XLVIII. Take this troll from Heinz Ketchup, for example.
Percy Harvin broke Super Bowl XLVIII wide open with his second half kickoff return for a touchdown.
Doritos may have the best in-game marketing plan for the Super Bowl. The company dressed fans up in orange to make the shape of a chip.
Golden State Warriors minority owner Chamath Palihapitiya won some big money on a safety bet.
JCPenney's Twitter account may have been drunk watching Super Bowl XLVIII. At least, that's what the tweets suggest.
Mark Cuban trolled Super Bowl XLVIII gamblers on Twitter, claiming that he had money on the opening-play safety.
Joe Namath wasn't going to let Phil Simms make it through Super Bowl XLVIII without trying on his fur coat.
Whose bright idea was it to let Broadway Joe Namath handle the coin toss for Super Bowl XLVIII?
The Seattle Seahawks scored a safety on the first play of Super Bowl XLVIII. The Broncos miscommunicated on the snap.
How long was Super Bowl XLVIII's national anthem? Renee Fleming's rendition of the national anthem was approximately 30 seconds under the 2:24 mark.
Cost of Super Bowl XLVIII commercials are running approximately $4 million for a 30-second spot. However, there is a whole game behind the big game.
Calling Suzy Kolber, Broadway Joe Namath is ready to rock the Super Bowl sideline with his fur coat.
Bill Gates showed off his love for his hometown Seattle Seahawks on Twitter prior to Super Bowl XLVIII.
Instead of buying a $4 million spot for Super Bowl XLVIII, Esurance is giving away $1.5 million it saved to a person on Twitter.
I tried to explain this photo from the Super Bowl, but I just don't know what's going on here. Are they Seahawks fans, or are they Broncos fans? Do they even know? This challenges all senses.
Ladies and gentlemen, Beast Mode is in the building. Marshawn Lynch showed up to Super Bowl XLVIII wearing a sweatshirt bearing his alter ego.
In anticipation of the upcoming 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, SwimDaily has brought fans a look at Hannah Davis' photo shoot.
Ian was in the right place at the right time when Bud Light was making its "Up For Whatever" Super Bowl XLVIII commercial.
The legendary Joe Namath was back up to his old tricks on Super Bowl Sunday, planting a fat kiss on FOX reporter Kimberly Guilfoyle during a broadcast.
Game. Set. Match. This fan who has turned his wardrobe into a work of Skittles art for Super Bowl XLVIII has won the unofficial title of "most diehard fan."
This is the moment that changed the Puppy Bowl forever. This little guy is clearly playing for keeps.