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Awful Play Call Dooms Seahawks


Awful Play Call Dooms Seahawks

Deryk Quakenbush

While the first half of the Super Bowl wasn’t necessary thrilling, it was a solid, competitive game throughout.
It was the last two minutes however, that will be remembered by all the players and fans.
Pete Carroll had his second consecutive Super Bowl championship in the palm of his hands.
The Seattle Seahawks had marched down the field in the closing minutes of the fourth quarter thanks to a miraculous circus catch on the sideline by Seattle wide receiver Jermaine Kearse.
On the next play, third-year superstar Russell Wilson handed it off to Marshawn Lynch.
The Seahawks position could not have been any better.
They only had half a yard left until they were in the end zone.
The next play will have a play in Super Bowl lore for years to come.
Carroll called a pass.
With only half a yard to go, Wilson threw a slant pass over the middle.
The pass was picked off on the goal line by undrafted, rookie, defensive end Malcolm Butler.
With New England’s backs now against the wall, the teams lined up with the ball on the half yard line.
The Patriots knew that if they wanted to avoid a safety, future Hall of Fame quarterback, Tom Brady, was going to have to sneak a run up the middle.
Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett jumped off-sides early, giving the Patriots the five yards of extra space they needed to kneel the ball and clinch Super Bowl XLIX.
When it was all said and done, Tom Brady was crowned MVP, going 37-50, throwing for 328 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Russell Wilson ended with a final tally of 12-21, 247 yards and 2 touchdowns.