Will be 10th consecutive year a Super Bowl-winning quarterback has visited "Late Show" after the big game
Russell Wilson, quarterback of the Super Bowl XLVIII-winning Seattle Seahawks, talks about helping his team win its first championship title when he visits the "Late Show with David Letterman, tonight (11:35 p.m.) on the CBS Television Network. This will mark the 10th consecutive year a Super Bowl-winning quarterback has appeared on the "Late Show" after winning the championship.
Wilson and the Seahawks led the entire game, with a dominant 43-8 victory over the AFC champion Denver Broncos. The Seahawk's storied "Legion of Boom" defense was in full effect and Wilson, in only his second year in the NFL, completed 18 of 25 passes for 206 yards with two touchdowns. He also had three rushes and ran for 26 yards in the game.
Also appearing on the "Late Show" on Monday is actor Will Arnett, who lends his voice to the new film, "The Lego Movie"; and a performance by duo Broken Bells, kicking off a week of performances on the "Late Show" by music artists paying tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' debut performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."