The ending of Sunday's Super Bowl will have football fans talking for years.
Seattle entered the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead but soon saw that evaporate as an undaunted New England offense clawed its way back to a 28-24 scoreline.
With minutes left, the Seahawks needed a touchdown to take the lead and the Super Bowl XLIX trophy. Then this happened:
The Seahawks' Jermaine Kearse somehow managed to juggle and catch a long throw while on his back, which put his team just yards away from the end zone. The improbable catch would've been one of the greatest Super Bowl catches ever. Seattle moms and dads would be naming their children Jermaine for years to come.
But fate wasn't kind to the Seattle Seahawks. Just minutes later and only yards from a touchdown and a win, Seattle's quarterback Russell Wilson made the decision to throw the ball, rather than hand it off to Marshawn Lynch or virtually any other Seattle player.
Game over Seattle. New England claims another Super Bowl victory.
The worst play call ever? Twitter certainly thought so.
And we'll just leave this right here.