Joe Namath and Phil Simms were out at midfield for the coin toss for the Super Bowl and Namath was set to toss the coin. Before the referees got a chance to ask Seattle what they wanted, Namath flipped the coin and referee Terry McAulay had to catch it. Looks like the Super Bowl is off to a rocky start.
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