If you have a weak stomach, you may not want to watch Jeremy Lane's Super Bowl injury. The cornerback intercepted Tom Brady's pass in the first half before being tackled. It wasn't the hit that caused the problem, it was the way Lane landed that broke his arm.

To add insult to injury, Seattle lost the game 28-24 in the final seconds, when Russell Wilson threw an interception at the goal line with :20 seconds left in the game.

Why Peter Carroll didn't have Marshawn Lynch, who ran the ball all game, run it in for the score, is beyond me. It'll be a call that will be criticized for YEARS!


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