Geno Smith added to the coin flip controversy Tuesday night time, tweeting that he referred to as, “Hails.”
The Seahawks backup quarterback made the decision for the guests earlier than the beginning of additional time. The video isn’t clear on Smith’s selection, however many took to social media saying they heard “tails.”
Laurel or Yanny? Blue costume or gold costume? Heads or tails?
Referee Alex Kemp introduced Smith referred to as “heads,” and the coin landed that approach.
Each groups had two possessions in additional time earlier than the Seahawks received on the final play, so it grew to become one thing of a moot level.
Whereas Smith is including to the thriller, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had the most effective proof but that Smith referred to as heads: 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman, who was standing throughout from Smith, had no response.
“Properly, it didn’t sound like heads if you take heed to the TV copy,” Carroll mentioned, through NFL.com. “However each the official and Richard, they didn’t [react]. . . .Richard would have griped, I’d assume. Yeah, he would for positive if he heard one thing completely different than what occurred. I’m going with that greater than something.”