Watch: Seahawks’ season summed up perfectly on terrible goal line play
The Seattle Seahawks are having their worst season in over a decade, and one play in their game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday was the perfect illustration of how the year has gone for them.
The Seahawks were trailing 23-21 early in the second half when Russell Wilson found a wide-open Gerald Everett for what should have been an easy touchdown. Instead, the tight end bobbled a perfect pass and kicked it into the air. San Francisco came away with the interception.
What a turnaround! A TD turns into a goal line INT 😱
— NFL (@NFL) December 5, 2021
Seattle had a safety on the ensuing possession, so the result could have been even worse. Still, the play seemed very fitting for their 3-8 season.
Wilson recently took to Twitter with what seemed like a message for Seahawks fans, but it must be hard for them to feel good about their team at the moment.