A Look Into What Happened After Super Bowl 49: This Player Was Pissed

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Thursday marks the three-year anniversary of the most infamous play in Seahawks history — the goal-line interception against New England in Super Bowl XLIX that cost them a chance to become the ninth NFL team to win back-to-back Super Bowls.
And though Seahawks fans might not want to relive the moment, tight end Luke Willson — who in his five years with the team has gained a reputation for speaking freely — brought it back to life this week as maybe only he can, recalling the play and its aftermath in a rather raucous interview with BarstoolRadio from the Super Bowl in Minnesota.

In a clip that includes some profanity (so be forewarned) Willson candidly admits he wouldn’t have called the play, which resulted in an interception by New England’s Malcolm Butler on a pass thrown by Russell Wilson from the 1-yard line.

“Me? I’m running the ball to Marshawn (Lynch),” said Willson, who was nonchalantly pulling pull tabs during the interview.
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Willson said he wasn’t mad at the play call but termed the interception “a terrible moment” and “probably the worst moment of my life.”

Willson also portrayed a scene of an angry locker room, saying players were “demanding answers” and that one player whom he wouldn’t name punched a locker and “shattered his hand.” A review of the Seahawks’ listed injuries when they returned for offseason workouts that spring didn’t reveal any significant hand injuries to big-name players.
Willson first talked of how Seattle got to the goal line — Jermaine Kearse’s circus catch for 33 yards to give the Seahawks the ball at the 5-yard line on a drive that began after the Patriots had taken a 28-24 lead. 

Willson said his reaction after Kearse’s catch was that “we won this.” SeattleTimes


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