With the Redskins leading 10-2, The Seattle Seahawks finally got into the end zone in Week 9, with Russell Wilson finding Luke Willson for a ten-yard score in the fourth quarter to close the gap.
The Seahawks then attempted to go for the two-point conversion, it did not go well.
In fact, the Seahawks ran basically the same play they ran on the final play of Super Bowl LI. You know, the pass play that Patriots Malcolm Butler intercepted when Marshawn Lynch should have run the ball in.
That's the same INT Russ Wilson threw in the Super Bowl. Great play from the safety, and almost got it all the way back for 2— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) November 5, 2017
But instead of falling on the ground, D.J. Swearinger took off, with 98 yards and two points on his mind.
Swearinger beat Wilson, but still had 50 yards to go. Swearinger clearly ran out of gas, and pitched it to Josh Norman, who then lateraled back to Swearinger, who was finally tackled. All that work and the Redskins were just 15 yards shy of the end zone.
What was nearly the craziest two-point conversion interception was nothing more than a dead play that won't even go in the stat book as an interception.