Monday February 2nd, 2015

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw his second interception of the Super Bowl in the third quarter when Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner stepped in front of a pass intended for Rob Gronkowski.

The Patriots were trailing 17-14 after the Seahawks kicked a field goal coming out of halftime. Brady took over and picked up one first down before forcing the pass toward Gronkowski.

Wagner also led all players with nine tackles at the time of the interception.

Brady's first pick came in the first quarter, with the Patriots inside the red zone. Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane intercepted the pass in the end zone and returned it 14 yards. He sustained an arm injury on the play and did not return.

Mike Fiammetta

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