Updated Jan 22, 2014 - 1:09 pm
Seahawks to wear white over blue in Super Bowl
By Brady Henderson
The Seahawks wore white jerseys and blue pants during their 23-0 win over the Giants at MetLife Stadium last month. That was the same uniform combination they donned during a win over Denver in the 2012 preseason.
The Seahawks are 2-1 in the regular season when wearing white over blue, which they'll do in the Super Bowl. (AP)
Welcome to the buildup to the Super Bowl, where the extra week means no storyline goes uncovered – even sartorial selections. The Seahawks announced theirs Tuesday, choosing the white-over-blue look after the Broncos decided to go with the orange jerseys they've worn at home since the start of the 2012 season. As the home team – which alternates between conferences each Super Bowl – Denver had its choice of uniforms.
The Seahawks' website has a breakdown of how the team has fared in its various uniform combinations since debuting the Nike-designed threads before last season. They're 2-1 when wearing white over blue, losing last season at Detroit and winning in Atlanta this year before beating the Giants at MetLife Stadium.
The Broncos, as noted Tuesday, are 16-3 (including playoffs) when wearing the orange tops since last season. Teams wearing the darker jerseys are 1-8 in the last nine Super Bowls.
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