Oh no, not again. History appeared to be repeating itself for the New England Patriots, in the same building, no less. In Super Bowl XLII, the Giants ended the Patriots' quest for a perfect season with a little help from David Tyree's miracle helmet catch. Now, in Super Bowl XLIX between the Patriots and Seahawks, it was Jermaine Kearse's turn. With Seattle down by four, Kearse's circus catch, in which he juggled the ball while on the ground before securing it, set the Seahawks up at the 5-yard line with one minute and six seconds on the clock, and with four downs to get Marshawn Lynch into the end zone to give them back-to-back Super Bowl titles. Game over, right?
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