Seahawks fan uses Madden to show how Marshawn Lynch could have won the Superbowl
A Seahawks fan has employed the use of 'Madden NFL' on the Playstation to "prove" that Marshawn Lynch could have won the Hawks the Superbowl if the coach had made the call to "feed the Beast".
Lynch needed only one yard and had three attempts to make it. Instead, the Seahawks quarterback Pete Carroll threw the ball, which was intercepted by Malcolm Butler of the New England Patriots, losing the game for the Hawks 28-24.
Vine user 'Kyle Again' posted a six-second clip recreating the infamous moment in Madden NFL - even giving Lynch two yards instead of one to prove his point.
"I did this ten times with different plays and scored eight times".
The short Vine has been watched over 2m times since it was posted.
A number of repeated, successful attempts posted to his account have also been watched a total of 3m times.
What do you think? Does this prove that the Seahawks made the wrong call?
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