The family of a Seattle Seahawks fan used his obituary to poke fun at the team about Sunday’s loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.

Michael Vedvik, 53, of Kent, Washington, died a day after a controversial Seahawks pass in the final seconds of the game was intercepted by Patriots strong safety Malcolm Butler, sealing a New England victory.

The obituary, published in the Spokane Spokesman-Review on Thursday, says Vedvik “loved his family, work, clients, traveling, the Seahawks and life,” and goes on to say:

“We blame the Seahawks lousy play call for Mike’s untimely demise.”

Vedvik’s sister wrote the obituary but his brother added in the joke, his wife told The Spokesman-Review.

“My husband would have thought it was hysterical,” Stephanie Vedvik said. “If I had read this obituary to my husband about somebody else, he would have had a laugh.”