It’s the 2015 Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks are on the brink of a second consecutive victory over the New England Patriots. With just seconds to go the crowd expects ferocious running back Marshawn Lynch to punch into the end zone. But Coach Pete Carroll calls for a pass. The ball is intercepted and the Seahawks lose.
In One Yard, Lynch considers what it means to be immortalized “for something I never did,” as both men return to that fateful moment and reveal how it feels to fall one yard short of glory.