Former Patriots cornerback, Malcolm Butler recreated his famous Super Bowl interception, much to the chagrin of Seahawks fan Kenny Mayne. Feb 1, 2015; Glendale, AZ, USA; New England Patriots strong safety Malcolm Butler (21) intercepts the football against Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette (83) during Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Seahawks 28-24. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Super Bowl LVII will be the first time the big game has been played at what is now State Farm Stadium in eight years. That game ended with one of the most controversial play calls and best plays in Super Bowl history. Malcolm Butler intercepted a Russell Wilson pass at the goal line, clinching the Super Bowl for the New England Patriots and preventing the Seattle Seahawks from winning back-to-back championships.

Kenny Mayne, a longtime broadcaster and Seahawks fan, did a spot for Caesars Sportsbook where he tried to right the wrong of eight years ago. Mayne proposed that a pass was actually a good idea. Only, rather than a quick pass to Ricardo Lockette, he said that Wilson should have faked to Marshawn Lynch and rolled left, to the short side of the field.

“Throw it away, it’s third down. Run it in, it’s a touchdown. Or Doug Baldwin, on a post-corner, should be wide open,” Mayne said, before releasing the pass. Only, while the ball was in the air, someone swooped in and caught it. It was Butler.

“Kenny Mayne. You might want to run the ball. Because if you throw the ball. I’m gonna catch the ball,” Butler said.

Football fans generally got a big kick out of the recreation.

[Kenny Mayne on Twitter]

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