The New England Patriots won the Superbowl by a final score of 28-24 over the Seattle Seahawks. Down by 10 points entering the final quarter, the Patriots rallied to answer 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter and held off the Seahawks' final drive to claim the Lombardi Trophy.
If that sounds familiar, it is because the Patriots had the same exact type of rally against the Ravens just a few weeks ago.
Like most of the football world, the Ravens openly questioned why the Seahawks didn't use their Pro-Bowl rusher to pound the ball in from 3 feet out on second down. John Harbaugh, on the NBC Post-Game show, had this to say about the decision:
That's a tough decision. You've got think about running the ball there, without a doubt. They have a timeout left. They have a chance to run the ball there.
Twitter saw many more of the Ravens players commenting on the fiasco.
Gotta give that to Marshawn though...every down...even if you lose you can't be mad— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) February 2, 2015
Football is simple made complicated by coaches!!!!!— T.S STARK (@untouchablejay4) February 2, 2015
My tweets tonight are sponsored by cabernet and disappointment #SBXLIX— Justin Tucker (@jtuck9) February 2, 2015
And just because I thought it was funny....
I bet this guy feels like a plastic bag... Drifting through the wind... pic.twitter.com/Y6HU5fvQ7g— Justin Tucker (@jtuck9) February 2, 2015
The Ravens are already eyeing up the next Super Bowl and hopefully we get a chance to follow them all the way there
Glad this is over....Back to work...last year sucked...Planning on playing February 7, 2016 in San Francisco...MOTIVATION!!— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) February 2, 2015