Super Bowl XLIX was decided on a play that will be critiqued for years, if not decades to come. The man who made that controversial play call, Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, is pointing the finger at wide receiver Ricardo Lockette instead of himself.
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Down by four with less than 25 seconds remaining, Seattle looked poised to score at the New England 1 yard line. Then this happened.
Lockette, a former Fort Valley State star and special teams ace, has 18 career receptions. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll took full responsibility for the blown call, even though it’s technically Bevell’s job.