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I think they are both telling the truth. I think Carroll made the decision to pass the ball and then Bevell called the play or Carroll is trying to protect Bevell. Bevell says he called the play. — Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) February 2, 2015 Carroll says he made the call not Bevell. "I said throw the ball,". — Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) February 2, 2015
Russell Wilson took full credit for the INT saying he was the one who threw the ball, so he should be the one who gets the blame. When asked if they should have just run the ball with Marshawn Lynch this is what he had to say. I don't question the call. I thought it was a good call- Wilson. — Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) February 2, 2015 "I put the blame on me. I'm the one who...
Threw his player under the bus and then backed it up over him. Darrell Bevell says Lockette could have been stronger to the ball. — Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) February 2, 2015
I do believe the Patriots post Super Bowl party will be epic after hearing these comments.
The world is wondering why Marshawn Lynch didn’t get the ball on 2nd and goal and NFL players let their feelings be known. -2nd and goal from the 1 yd line -1 timeout and BEASTMODE IN THE BACKFIELD… I would not have throw that ball to Jerry Rice! #fail — Sidney Rice (@sidneyrice) February 2, 2015 Qb league my ass give the ball to your rb and let him run damnit but what...
Butler said he studied the play and so he knew it was coming. When they say practice makes perfect, this is what they mean. .@cpriceNFL just told me according to Jimmy Garappolo, the scout team beat Butler with that exact play during practice this week. Wow. — Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) February 2, 2015
Russell Wilson’s late game interception is beyond a fluke. Up until that boneheaded play, no team or quarterback had thrown an interception that close to scoring in the NFL all season. That was the only interception thrown from the 1-yard line the entire @nfl season. — Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) February 2, 2015
Seattle PD — matter fact all of the big city police departments have been on point with their troll games lately. The Seattle Police Department now understand how the Broncos and their fans feel.
Bevell is never going to live that play call down. Somebody had some fun with Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell's Wiki page pic.twitter.com/vqh4qLSOtr — Gregg Doyel (@GreggDoyelStar) February 2, 2015
Even when Marshawn Lynch has the opportunity to prove his critics right, he’s does the complete opposite. Lynch was asked by the media if he felt he should have gotten the ball on the goalline. Rather than throw his coach or quarterback under the bus, he responded with class. Marshawn Lynch asked if he's surprised he didn't get the football. Says "No." I ask him, Why not...
What happened after this photo was taken and what was said? I’d love to know. this picture is fantastic pic.twitter.com/m3SFXrNXYt — Eric Kay (@ekaycbs) February 2, 2015 *UPDATE* @TylerIAm gotta show the next pic tho pic.twitter.com/Vd7vm28p3Q — Sean Campbell (@sean_campbell28) February 2, 2015
This Madden stimulation was done a few days ago and was right on the money.
The Seahawks look pretty salty here as they started a brawl with the Patriots after the game-clinching interception by Malcolm Butler. The Patriots lined up to take a knee and finish the game, but the Seahawks was not having it.
Somehow Pete Carroll just became that coach who chose to outthink himself. Carroll has Beastmode on his roster, and chose to try a pick play on the one-yardline. Wilson was intercepted by Malcolm Butler who struggled all game in coverage.
Accurate….. Chris Matthews @Wikipedia page has been officially updated. #SB49 pic.twitter.com/d9NdA0j8uk — America's Pregame (@AmericasPregame) February 2, 2015
These celebrity selfies might be better than the game.
Twitter had a field day picking apart Katy Perry’s rather eccentric Super Bowl performance. Who wore it better? pic.twitter.com/ov99WeisjO — Jason Romano (@JasonRomano) February 2, 2015 pic.twitter.com/hyrzaTl5Ro — Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) February 2, 2015 I can’t be the only one, right? pic.twitter.com/5pLo3Z5KTI — Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) February...
Richard Sherman is one of the best trash talkers in the NFL, why would that stop in the Super Bowl? It could be that Sherman was simply pointing out the score, the Seahawks had 24 poitns at the time, but it also could be a message to Darrelle Revis and him allowing Chris Matthews to go off.
Doug Baldwin thought he was slick, but got caught.
Bobby Wagner made an all pro read on the play from the beginning with one eye on Gronk and another on Brady. He reacted as if he was in the Pats huddle. Brady’s read on the play suggest he’s a bit rattled by the Seahawks pressure. He did a horrible job of looking Wagner off. http://fat.gfycat.com/AlertGorgeousBlobfish.webm
Russell Wilson finds Doug Baldwin with his second touchdown pass of the game
It took awhile but someone found where Katy Perry got her inspiration for her Super Bowl fire outfit. Katy with her best Bam Bam Bigelow swag!!
The MGM has a public service announcement. Don't panic, our lion is safe! #SB49 #cameo #biggame pic.twitter.com/4ri5v1L8hw — MGM Grand Hotel (@MGMGrand) February 2, 2015
Katy Perry’s Super Bowl performance has been given the photoshop treatment to the max. First, Lance Stephenson took the time to send some wind her way during her entrance and now this. pic.twitter.com/XyjILPEWmX — nick pants (@nick_pants) February 2, 2015
I need to know the prop bet on Matthews having over 100 yards receiving in the Super Bowl, and leading skill players from both teams in yards. Chris Matthews is having one hell of a game. Chris Matthews has 100 yards receiving. Go figure. — Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) February 2, 2015
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