Jermaine Kearse makes one of the best catches in Super Bowl history, but overshadowed by Seattle stupidity

Jermaine Kearse made one of the best catches in Super Bowl history, and it should have been immortalized with David Tyree's catch. Kearse, as he was falling down, made a fantastic bobbling catch to set up the Seahawks on on the five-yard line with 1:06 left in the fourth quarter.

When Kearse caught that ball, I thought it was over. The Seahawks had won their second-straight Super Bowl. There is absolutely no one in the NFL I would rather want down near the goal line than Marshawn Lynch.

Two plays later, Seattle ran the worst play call in Super Bowl history. The Seahawks ran a slant route on the one-yard line, which was intercepted by Malcolm Butler. I'll never understand why Seattle didn't give it to Lynch. It's one of, if not the most-boneheaded decisions in sports history.

Unfortunately for Kearse, his catch means nothing. If Seattle wins, the catch would be shown on highlight reels for years and years to come.