Seattle's Dark Knight hero

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They call Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton Superman, but Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor was Richard Sherman Jersey  4XL the real Superman on Saturday night. 

Chancellor was leaping tall linemen with a single bound (no, really) and sealing the 31-17 Seattle victory over Carolina with a 90-yard pick-six in the fourth quarter to advance the Seahawks to the NFC Championship Game at home for the second consecutive year. 

Chancellor doesn't want to take the Superman moniker from Newton. 

"He can have it," Chancellor said. "They call me Batman. I'm the Dark Knight. And I can't change in a phone booth or a closet." 

Chancellor has had an interception in three straight playoff games. The latest is Bobby Wagner Jersey already being dubbed as the "Kam Quake." 

It was another historic moment at CenturyLink Field that registered on the Richter scale, just like the 67-yard "Beast Quake" touchdown run by running back Marshawn Lynch in the playoff game against the New Orleans Saints four years ago. 

"Kam Quake, I like that," said Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who also had an interception Saturday. "That's pretty cool. He deserves this. He deserved to be first team All-Pro. Unfortunately, we can't go back and change that. 

"He's such a hard worker and such a dedicated player. He puts in the man hours. He helps other players and coaches people up, making sure everybody's in the right position. So he deserves a Bam Quake or Kam Quake or everything he gets." 

Chancellor's interception was the Earl Thomas White Jersey longest postseason touchdown in franchise history, surpassing the 87-yard kickoff return by Percy Harvin in last year's Super Bowl. 

"It did? Nice," said Chancellor, when told of the record. "We're using our God-given ability out there, playing as a team together." 

Carolina had a second-and-4 at the Seattle 13, trailing 24-10, when Chancellor was standing in the right flat near the line of scrimmage. 

"I saw Cam under pressure, and it looked like he was about to get tackled," Chancellor said. "Then, he threw the ball right to me. I read the play and took it home." 

Did Chancellor know he was going to Roy Hibbert Authentic Jersey score when he intercepted the pass?