Watch: 'Madden 15' alternate Super Bowl XLIX ending shows exactly what everyone expected
This post and video is not safe for Seattle Seahawks fans, especially considering that on Tuesday we saw video of a Seahawks fan diving head-first into a television after the stunning conclusion of Super Bowl XLIX.
Some nitpicking of the alternate-ending video: The fateful interception came on second down (not first down) and on a play that began with 26 seconds remaining in the game (not 30 seconds); also, NBC's Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth called the game, not CBS's Jim Nantz and Phil Simms as in the video.
Nevertheless, the video shows the ending that pretty much everyone expected -- Marshawn Lynch up the gut for the winning score. But in real life, the Seahawks lined up in a formation that Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler said indicated to him that Seattle was going to throw the ball. And then it happened.
"OH NO!" exclaimed Seahawks coach Pete Carroll.