This is what the Seattle Seahawks could have had on their final play of the Super Bowl.
The Seahawks lost Super Bowl XLIX to the New England Patriots in large part due to their inexplicable decision not to hand running back Marshawn Lynch the ball in the final seconds of the game.
The running back said the right thing after the game about not getting the ball, but his actions certainly seem to indicate he was pretty frustrated given the outcome. Mix that with his cantankerous attitude toward the media, and well, this is what happens.
At least he did it with a smile, right? That kind of stiff-arm would have certainly got him in from the 1-yard line.
Unsurprisingly, Lynch didn’t speak with with a formal assembly of reporters after the game and reportedly was the first Seahawks player to leave the stadium after the game.
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