Seattle Seahawks' Michael Bennett Compares The Super Bowl To Sex
The Seattle Seahawks may not have made it to Super Bowl LI, but Michael Bennett has some fond memories of playing in the biggest game of the year.
In fact, during an interview with Sports Illustrated this week, the Seahawks defensive end admitted that playing in the Super Bowl is like having sex.
Bennett was part of the Seahawks team that won Super Bowl XLVIII, upsetting the Denver Broncos 43-8 in one of the biggest blow outs in the game's history.
(Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett during an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals)
And while everyone was rushing to get a soundbite from Patriots quarterback Tom Brady following their championship win against the Falcons, it's characters like Bennett who are best at describing the feeling.
Bennett is also asked what the most interesting thing about his teammate and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is, and without skipping a beat the 31-year-old replies "his wife."
All in a days work for the always-comical defender:
According to USA Today, the Seahawks are currently tied with the Steelers and Falcons for the third best odds of winning the Lombardi Trophy next year at 12-1.
Will the Seahawks be able to snag the title off the New England Patriots next season?
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