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Biggest bonehead calls off the gridiron

The Monday morning quarterbacks are out in full force criticizing Pete Carroll's call at the end of last night's Super Bowl. While they're at it, let us remember some of Wall Street's biggest bonehead moves.

Today's Halftime Report traderpicks:

Josh Brown: In 2011 when Netflix announced it was planning to split the company, the stock tanked, then they took it back and decided not to split up.

Michael Block, Rhino Trading's chief strategist: January bulls.

Stephanie Link: Amazon's Fire Phone.

Jim Cramer says the AOL-Time Warner merger is one of the biggest blunders in business.

Some viewers tweeted that last week's incorrect blizzard forecasts were a pretty bad call. Other viewer tweets include McDonald's spinning off Chipotle, Hewlett-Packard buying Palm and WWE CEO Vince McMahon's decision to end The Undertaker's winning streak.

So, chin up Pete Carroll, you're not alone.

Seattle Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch is shown during a press conference in Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 29, 2015.
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Seattle Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch is shown during a press conference in Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 29, 2015.