It has been quite the week for fans of both the WWE and the NFL as RAW was hit with Super Bowl fever.
The Authority made several references to the big game from Sunday night during their big announcement on RAW on Monday night.
We now have our Super Bowl champions and we have our Fastlane main event and the two were revealed within 24 hours of each other.
The Authority made several references to the Seattle Seahawks and the controversial play that lost them the Super Bowl on RAW.
Then the Authority themselves saw a plan of their own blow up in their face after Seth Rollins failed to beat Daniel Bryan and move on to Fastlane to try and earn his way to WrestleMania.
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Well after the few little jabs at the Seahawks on Monday night, wwe.com has taken it a bit further with a controversial fan poll.
Asking the question "Who do you think had the more questionable strategy?" to the WWE Universe, they compare the Authority with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
Unsurprisingly, the WWE Universe have sided with the Seahawks questionable tactics from Sundays game as it has amassed 57% of the votes.
The Seahawks decision to pass on the 1 yard line rather than run has been heavily criticised all week and is seen as the play that cost them the Super Bowl.
Clearly the WWE Universe are still not over it, just like everyone involved with the NFL and it may take a while for Carroll's blunder to fade away.
Not such good planning
The Authority had schemes of their own this Monday when they put all their chips on Seth Rollins and the outside influencers to beat Daniel Bryan.
Roman Reigns would assist to help Bryan win the match and move on to Fastlane to take on Reigns himself for the right to go to WrestleMania.
However with two weeks left until Fastlane and a further month until WrestleMania XXXI, expect the Authority to have some more challenges for the two before we get to San Francisco.
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