Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll showed his nerves of steel yet again with the decision to go for a touchdown with six seconds left before halftime.
In a surprising turn of events, the Seattle Seahawks have tied Super Bowl 49, 14-14. The Patriots appeared to be dominating in the first half, but the Seahawks had other plans.
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Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski caught a touchdown pass with 31 seconds remaining in the second quarter. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has never been one to get conservative in a key situation though.
The Seahawks were able to drive down the field and get into the Patriots’ red zone, so kick a field goal right?
Wrong! The Seahawks decided to go for the touchdown and succeeded as quarterback Russell Wilson threw toward Chris Matthews once again with six seconds remaining.
Here is a video of this game-changing touchdown by the Seahawks.