2014 Super Bowl score update: Jermaine Kearse hauls in touchdown, Seahawks lead 36-0

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Russell Wilson found Jermaine Kearse for a 23-yard touchdown, bolstering the Seattle Seahawks' already huge lead over the Denver Broncos in the third quarter.

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The Seattle Seahawks forced another turnover from the Denver Broncos and used it to build on their already dominant lead. Russell Wilson found wide receiver Jermaine Kearse in open space, and Kearse took it in for a 23-yard touchdown to give Seattle a 36-0 lead.

Denver missed multiple tackles on the play, and the Broncos seem well and truly out of this one.

Seattle faced an early third down during the drive, but Wilson managed to convert through the air for the fifth time in the game. He then connected with Ricardo Lockette for another first down, and the Seahawks were knocking on the red zone. From just outside the red zone, Wilson found Kearse for the touchdown to pile on before the end of the quarter.

The Broncos cannot stop giving the ball away. They've thrown two interceptions, they gave it away on the previous drive and very nearly lost a fumble on a kick return. With that, on top of the safety and the kick return touchdown allowed, nothing is going right for the Broncos in any of the three phases of this game.

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