PHOENIX, Ariz. – While the first half of the Super Bowl may have seemed dull for some viewers, no one could have guessed how the game would end.
Late in the fourth quarter, the Seattle Seahawks were down by four points with just seconds to go.
Following an amazing sideline catch, the team pushed the Patriots to the one yard line.
By moving the ball three feet, the Seahawks would clinch their second straight Super Bowl title.
Most fans believed Marshawn Lynch would get the ball and run the one yard to victory.
However, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll threw fans a curveball.
Lynch already had 102 rushing yards and was averaging over one yard a carry.
Instead, Carroll decided to allow his quarterback, Russell Wilson, to throw the ball.
As Wilson threw the ball to Ricardo Lockette, Patriot’s rookie Malcolm Butler jumped the route and intercepted the ball, ending…
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