The Seattle Seahawks were one yard away from their second consecutive Super Bowl victory.
One yard away from talks of dynasties and answering questions about whether they could do it a third time, but the only "one" that matters is the number of passes quarterback Russell Wilson has intercepted.
The New England Patriots beat the Seahawks, 28-24, in a back-and-fourth game that ended with Wilson having a pass intercepted at the goal line on what would have been the go-ahead score with seconds remaining in the game.
It was Wilson and the Seahawks' only turnover of the game.
Wilson completed 12 of 21 passes for 247 yards and two touchdowns as...