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SLIDESHOW: NFC Championship Part 4

Richard Sherman flexes after making the biggest play of his career in the NFC Championship game last Sunday! Richard Sherman flexes after making the biggest play of his career in the NFC Championship game last Sunday!
It's finally here! Part four of SWX's slideshow installments detailing the Seattle Seahawks 23-17 NFC Championship victory over the San Francisco 49ers. And we promise, this last series of photos from the final quarter of the game won't disappoint! 

See Richard Sherman make the play that will live on in northwest sports history as, "The Tip." Take a glimpse Malcolm Smith sealing the Seahawks trip to Super Bowl XLVIII with his basket-catch interception in the endzone. Feel the emotion oozing out of the pixels as Seattle's players knew the game was theirs and a trip to East Rutherford, N.J. on Feb. 2 was going to happen. The first Super Bowl appearance for every single player on the roster. 

But wait. This can't be the final one. What about the celebration? What about Macklemore declaring that moment as the greatest moment in Seattle sports history? Don't worry. We won't let you miss out on seeing all of those pictures on Saturday, Jan. 25, in our NFC Championship Celebration slideshow. There were just too many great moments, we couldn't fit them into four rounds of pics. 

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