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I remember this.
My most favorite play of the game was the catch by Jermaine Kearse. I just love watching something amazing happen, or something that shows incredible athleticism, concentration, teamwork. I was also rooting for Seattle to win, so that may have had something to do with it.
I would imagine Patriots fans felt the interception that Butler made at the end of the game was their favorite.
That circus catch was my "Whaaaaaat!?!?!?" moment of the game. So much focus mixed with so much luck - what made it more incredible to me was that it would've been the 2nd time the Patriots lost a super bowl based on a completion that had no business being a completion. Fate had other ideas this time, though. I know Tom Brady had to think "Not again!!!!" on the sideline.
The SeaHawk pass catch that looked a little like a round volleyball. It will go down in the record books.
There are lessons to be learned with the final decison to pass.
I was only there to see a great game, and while I initially was slightly pulling for the Seahawks, during the game, my loyalties changed. Despite Deflategate and all the rest, I was pulling for the Patriots towards the end of the game. The Seahawks march at the end of the game appeared to be sealing their victory, so I was happy to see the interception at the end of the game.
My wife always enjoys these much more than I do, my fav part is seeing her enjoyment.
Well, always want to win - so go for it.
That was great...
I am not a huge fan of football but I did get to sit down the last 9 minutes of the game. Both of the last two plays were unbelievable to me. When the guy lost the ball but knees did not touch down so he managed to save the ball, and the final play of the interception and landing outside the goal area.
I did watch the game. I love football. I loved the last two minutes of the game. It was very exciting all around.
I agree with your assessment, like you not a fan of either team.
No specific favorite moments, though I did enjoy the game. I also liked the half time show and the vast majority of the commercials.