Watch: 'Madden 15' alternate Super Bowl XLIX ending shows exactly what everyone expected

Published Feb. 4, 2015 10:58 a.m. ET

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.

[H/T Shutdown Corner]