Coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell were immediately roasted for their call on Seattle's final offensive play, and understandably so, but quarterback Russell Wilson didn't use that as a way to escape responsibility. As ill-advised as the decision to go for a slant rather than running Marshawn Lynch might have been, it was still Wilson who threw the ball that Patriots rookie Malcolm Butler intercepted to clinch New England's win in Super Bowl XLIX. Here's Wilson being accountable in his presser:

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