While many football fans, including those who do not root for the Seattle Seahawks, are still in disbelief over the play selection that ultimately ended Super Bowl 49 this past February, one person has most definitely moved on from the disastrous ending that many believe to be the worst play call in the history of the NFL.

That man is the head coach himself -- Pete Carroll.

Carroll sat down with Sports Illustrated's Greg Bishop for an exclusive interview leading up to training camp to discuss what, if any, effects might linger from his decision to pass the ball instead of handing off to Marshawn Lynch at the 1-yard line with less than a minute to play and trailing by four points.

Says Carroll in the article titled "Pete Carroll Won't Be Haunted By His Super Bowl Decision": “It’s much easier for me [to move forward] than most other people.