Seahawks’ Super Bowl loss attributed to wrong playbook

hi-res-8d603268480d0d674326d2675407689c_crop_northSources reported that the Seattle Seahawks’ loss was attributed to accidentally using the wrong playbook. Apparently, all of the plays called for the Seahawks were directly taken from the playbook created for the Hallmark Hearties from the infamous Kitten Bowl, which aired prior to the game. This likely explains why the Seahawks’ huddles frequently consisted of the players purring and pawing each other in the face. Seahawks’ players were also seen napping on the field and chasing anything that resembled a laser pointer.


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  1. Ha! I love the Kitten Bowl. If the Seahawks had followed that playbook, it probably would’ve made the game more interesting to me.

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