Yeah, I saw it, that jaw-droppingly dumb play that ended the Super Bowl:
Let’s say you’re the head coach of a football team down by four points with 40 seconds left in the championship game, but just a half-yard away from the winning touchdown. Your team has the #1 ranked rushing offense in the league, but your passing game is ranked fifth from the bottom. It took nearly twenty-five minutes of game time for your quarterback to make his first completion, but your tailback has 102 yards and is averaging over four yards a carry. With the entire season on the line, what play do you call?
The headline on the post is "The worst play call in Super Bowl history?" Hell, I'd put it in contention for worst play call in NFL history. It's hard to watch something that monumentally stupid and not think, "Jeez, the fix was in." Too bad. Up until that play, the game was what we wish all Super Bowls are, a close, back-and-forth contest between evenly matched teams.