The Patriots and Seahawks have made it a fairly entertaining game after a scoreless first quarter.
The New England Patriots are tied with the Seattle Seahawks 14-14 after the first half of Super Bowl XLIX.
The two teams engaged in an offensive struggle in the first half, with the Seahawks being held to only three total offensive plays and the Patriots being forced into a turnover after an INT by Patriots QB Tom Brady interception.
But in the second half the two teams came to life on offense, first with an 11-yard TD pass from Brady to WR Brandon LaFell. But after over 25 minutes of stalled offense, the Seahawks finally got a drive going, culminating in a 44-yard pass from Seahawks QB Russell Wilson to WR Chris Matthews to set up a 1-yard TD run by RB Marshawn Lynch.
But the Patriots moved down the field extremely quickly, adding a TD pass to Rob Gronkowski with only 0:31 remaining. But the Seahawks would not be denied, with Wilson hitting Chris Matthews for a TD pass with 0:02 remaining in the half to knot it up at 14-14.
The Seattle Seahawks will receive the ball to start the second half.