The Seattle Seahawks scored a go-ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots.
On the first play of the drive, Marshawn Lynch made a 31-yard catch from Russell Wilson. After a couple of incompletions, Jermaine Kearse then made a circus catch at the Patriots five-yard line, and the Seahawks looked poised to take the lead.
But Butler picked off Wilson with 24 seconds remaining to end Seattle's bid for back-to-back championships. New England then ran off the clock to win the game.
- Molly Geary