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Watch: Super Bowl MVP dunks over Peyton Manning

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The last month has been a pretty wild ride for Malcolm Smith: First he was named the MVP of the Super Bowl, he got to visit Disney World and now he's dunking over Peyton Manning with the help of NBA star DeAndre Jordan.

Okay so it's just a cardboard cut-out of Manning, but it still counts.

During a meeting at ESPN's SportsNation offices Smith meets Jordan who mocks the Seattle Seahawks linebacker for his failed dunk attempt at the Super Bowl.

Smith insists he can dunk and shows Jordan by spiking a foam football into a trash can over the cardboard cutout.

It's a pretty impressive attempt considering the lack of live opponent and Smith pulls it off well.

The video itself is worth watching just for Smith's 'game face' at the end, the guy is fierce. The Seattle Seahawks will hope that Smith uses his new lateral ability to score a couple more interceptions in this coming season.

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