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Dissecting Seattle’s heartbreaking Super Bowl loss to New England

Malcolm Butler and the New England Patriots are again Super Bowl champions (Photo: Instagram)

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By Kyle Hutchison

With Super Bowl XLIX in the books, the arm-chair quarterbacks have sat up, put down their beers and voiced their opinions. You can second guess just about every call or play made in this game, but none will be more popular then the now infamous pass play that lead to Seattle’s fourth quarter loss.

After a miraculous catch by Seattle wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, and a tough run to the one yard line by Marshawn Lynch, Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell called a pass play on the one yard line. The play was a slant route ran by wide receiver Ricardo Lockette underneath a “pick” route ran by wide receiver Jermaine Kearse.

New England trumps Seattle 28-24 in memorable, back and forth Super Bowl showdown

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft celebrating with Tom Brady after their victory in Super Bowl XLIX (Photo: Instagram)

Tom Brady Pats Owner

By Chris Robinson

Moments ago, from the U of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona, the New England Patriots won Super Bowl  XLIX with a come-from-behind victory over the Seattle Seahawks in another great finish to the NFL season.

You got the sense early that it was going to be a competitive game given the quality of both teams. New England got on the board first, when Brady connected with Brandon LaFell for an 11 yard touchdown.

Recapping the victories from the Seahawks and Patriots with eyes towards Super Bowl XLIX

The New Englad Patriots will face the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX (Photo: Hookem3434)

Brady Gang

By Kyle Hutchison / Follow Kyle on TWITTER for live updates during Super Bowl XLIX

Another championship weekend has come and gone with its share of fireworks. We witnessed a dominating performance by the New England Patriots and another incredible NFC championship game involving a come-from-behind victory from the Seattle Seahawks.

The NFC championship game began with a surprisingly dominant first half by the Green Bay Packers and no one would have guessed that the visiting teams would have had a 16-0 lead at halftime over the defending Super Bowl champions.