A group of Seattle Seahawks fans got together to watch their team try to win a second consecutive Super Bowl on Sunday night and decided to put up a video camera to capture their celebration, only to have it document their ride from joy to the depths of sorrow.

By Extra Mustard
February 02, 2015

Warning: Video contains explicit language

A group of Seattle Seahawks fans got together to watch their team try to win a second consecutive Super Bowl on Sunday night and decided to put up a video camera to capture their celebration, only to have it document their ride from joy to the depths of sorrow.

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The roller coaster really picks up around the 6:45 mark with Jermaine Kearse's miracle catch to bring the Seahawks to the five-yard line, which causes the party to break out in a "Beast Mode" chant, because, of course, the team will be running the ball from that point on, right?

We all know what happens next, and it is really fascinating to watch the happiness drain from a dozen people's faces at once.

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Just goes to prove the old axiom: "Don't start chants anywhere but a stadium, it is annoying and bad luck."

Brendan Maloy

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