While trying to figure out what was going through Pete Carroll's mind, Keith Olbermann completely lost his own.
While discussing the play call that led to a Patriots game-ending interception, the ESPN show host reacted to the infamous call the way most NFL fans reacted: Not running the ball was a nonsensical choice, we know that.
Most people left it there, but Olbermann is not "most people."
The 56-year-old host became grumpiness personified, as he suggested the Seahawks fire Coach Carroll and blow the whole team up, all while using the most curmudgeon of voices. He said,
There is only one solution: Blow the Seattle Seahawks up. There are no other options... remorseless but inevitable history tells us that no franchise never covers from this.
And that was just the tip of the iceberg. Olbermann was so wound-up about the call, Roger Goodell's pregame press conference, and other things he found annoying during Super Bowl week, he looked like a man who couldn't even discuss the topics he wanted to without ripping his own head off.
Maybe he didn't go that far, but his reaction was still pretty funny.