6. Patriots vs. Seahawks (2015)
Some Super Bowls have more dramatic endings than others, but this one is certainly up there with the best. The Seahawks were inches away from securing the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Russell Wilson had two options as he stood four yards from the Patriots’ end zone. Most people expected him to offload the ball to running back Marshawn Lynch.
However, he attempted to pass to Ricardo Lockette. Then, Pats’ rookie Malcolm Butler pulled off one of the most memorable interceptions in NFL history (via Houston Chronicle). This killed off the game and saw the Patriots secure a 28-24 victory. Many people consider this one of the worst choke-jobs ever. But statistically, Seattle made the right call.