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Carroll Stands By Decision To Run Pass Play

(Phoenix, AZ)  --  Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is defending his decision to run a pass play from the one-yard line with about a half-minute remaining in Super Bowl 49.  Carroll says there was no thought in his mind that the Hawks would make a mistake on the play, and he credits Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler with the move he made to make the interception that assured New England its fourth Super Bowl title.  Seattle had a ten-point lead going into the fourth quarter, but ended up on the short end of a 28-24 game.  Carroll says the outcome of the game "hurt uniquely" was "so far off of what should have happened" to the Seahawks.

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