PHOTOS: 700,000 and one pony show up at Seahawks Super Bowl parade
Marshawn Lynch threw Skittles and a pony showed up as the Seahawks celebrated the franchise's first Super Bowl win with a parade in front of 700,000 people on Wednesday.
If you're wondering if everyone in Seattle showed up for the Seahawks victory parade on Wednesday, the answer might actually be yes. According to official estimates, over 700,000 fans showed up at the Super Bowl parade. The entire population of Seattle is 634,000.
The Seahawks crowd is also bigger than the Ravens and Miami Heat parades combined. After Baltimore's Super Bowl XLVII win, 400,000 fans showed up for the parade. After the Heat's 2013 NBA title win, 200,000 fans showed up for the parade in Miami.
Of course, there might have been more than 700,000 at the parade, Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith had a slightly higher estimate.
So who was at the parade? Everyone, including a lost 49ers fan and this pony. If ponies are going to be showing up at the Seahawks vicotory parade, maybe we should let Seattle win every year.
Besides the pony, lets take a look at some of the other great pictures that social media had to offer of the Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII victory parade.
Lets start with celebrities. You remember Wilson, don't you? He was the star of Cast Away. Apparently, he's a big Seahawks fan.
Just in case you're wondering, this is what 700,000 people look like.
Hopefully, no one lost the Lombardi Trophy. That thing can't be easy to keep track of in a crowd that big.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll seems to be enjoying the moment.
If you were being carjacked during the parade, hopefully you were able to solve the problem on your own.
You can't have a victory parade without a giant Fathead of Russell Wilson wearing a Pilot's hat.
I've watched this video five times and every time I feel more sorry for anyone who had to go to the bathroom during the parade. THERE ARE SO MANY PEOPLE! AND SO FEW BATHROOMS!
This car wasn't in the parade, but it should have been. Marshawn Lynch could have gone Beetle Mode.
Finally lets end with this picture. It wasn't taken on Wednesday, but it was taken at a parade, so it counts.
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