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SLIDESHOW: NFC Championship Celebration

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Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll lets loose on the trophy presentation podium after his team won the NFC Championship. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll lets loose on the trophy presentation podium after his team won the NFC Championship.
Check out these pictures from the post-game celebration at CenturyLink Field following Seattle's NFC Championship victory on Jan. 19th. 

The Seahawks clinched a spot in the Super Bowl with the 23-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Don't miss the four-part series of slideshows detailing the game that were posted on SWX earlier this week! 

 Link to part one: http://bit.ly/LXFOvI

Link to part two: http://bit.ly/1aWjpFl

Link to part three: http://bit.ly/1eIuiyh

Link to part four (including "The Tip"): http://bit.ly/1fcC3NR

Mobile users click here and view full site to view this Celebration slideshow: http://bit.ly/1f2kpdv
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