The Seattle Seahawks will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Super Bowl XLVIII victory by wearing the same uniform combination they wore in the 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos during Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers (4:05 p.m. ET on CBS).
Seattle went 3-0 in navy blue helmets, white jerseys and navy blue pants during the 2013-14 season, which also included a 33-10 win at the Atlanta Falcons and a 23-0 shutout of the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium, home of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Seven weeks later, the Seahawks kept NFL MVP Peyton Manning and the highest-scoring offense in league history out of the end zone for nearly three quarters and forced four turnovers on the way to capturing their first Super Bowl title.
Seattle is 25-19 all-time when wearing this uniform combination – which was introduced as part of a rebrand in 2012 – including the postseason. However, this will mark the first time in franchise history that they’ll wear white jerseys at home.
The Panthers, meanwhile, will counter with their standard silver helmets, black jerseys and white or silver pants. The last time they wore black jerseys on the road was a 41-17 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the final week of the 2021 season.