For a moment, there was some concern on the Seattle Seahawks’ sideline during their blowout victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night as the Cardinals kept things close until the third quarter.
That concern was quickly overwritten though as the Seahawks pulled away in the second half, complete with plenty of laughs for Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
After a wayward pass from Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer, which found its way into the hands of Seattle defensive back Brandon Browner, Browner attempted to return the interception and found success for about forty yards. It was those extra ten that became the problem.
As Browner was blowing by members of the Cardinals’ offense doing their best to prevent a pick-six, the defensive back had an inopportune meeting with the turf monster, sending him face first into the grass, missing out on a defensive touchdown.
The moment, while obviously frustrating and disappointing for Browner was found to be quite hilarious by his coach, Pete Carroll who was seen busting up on the sidelines.
H/T The Big Lead