Pete Carroll has a reputation of making "ballsy" risky calls that pay off high dividends, or miss very badly.

In Super Bowl XLIX, both examples came to light. The slant pass to tie it up at half-time, and the slant pass that was intercepted by Malcom Butler.

First of all, I really appreciate Pete Carroll's grace in this interview, explaining why he made the call that may define his career forever.

Sometimes the easiest call seems too easy, and a coach out-thinks himself.