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2013-01-31 12:15:31 PM
12-yd line: Super Bowl XXXII

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2013-01-31 12:47:52 PM
Here is the biggest

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2013-01-31 12:48:27 PM
Included is Jake Delhomme's 2nd-most famous feat:

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2013-01-31 12:52:30 PM
I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.
 
2013-01-31 12:54:26 PM
Honorable mention:

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2013-01-31 12:57:38 PM
"The Tackle" is there

/satisfied
JC
 
2013-01-31 01:01:29 PM
End Zone: Super Bowl XLVI:

Well this can't be good..

"After a Giants punt pins the Patriots deep in their own territory QB Tom Brady gets called for intentional grounding in the end zone on their first drive..."

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ZEBRAS!
 
2013-01-31 01:06:19 PM
List fails without Mario Manningham's sideline clutch.
 
2013-01-31 01:17:34 PM
List fails without the 49ers goal line stand in Super Bowl XVI.

/DRTFA
 
2013-01-31 01:18:17 PM
?????

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2013-01-31 01:20:27 PM

JoeCowboy: "The Tackle" is there

/satisfied

 
2013-01-31 01:21:26 PM
No Stanford Jennings kick return for a TD, yet they'll mention Tim Krumrie's broken "ankle" [sic]?
 
2013-01-31 01:47:20 PM

downstairs: ?????

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It's at the 42-yard line, but they credit the recovery to Jonathan Casillas, not Chris Reis who actually did it.  IIRC, there was initially confusion about it, but it was straightened out that night.
 
2013-01-31 01:55:37 PM
McNabb allegedly throwing up is a play? The Patriots opened up scoring v.s. the Panthers is a big deal? This list is comically bad.
 
2013-01-31 02:16:25 PM
Since it's in such a stupid format, can someone tell me which of them are from the greatest Super Bowl ever, XX?
 
2013-01-31 02:22:38 PM
Oh, you hate little rollovers that aren't in a straight line too?

Goal Line: Super Bowl XLIII - The Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison intercepts the Arizona Cardinals' Kurt Warner and returns it 100 yards for a touchdown as time runs out in the first half.
1-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXIV - The St. Louis Rams' Mike Jones tackles the Tennessee Titans' Kevin Dyson on the 1-yard line on the final play of the game.
2-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXI - The Green Bay Packers' Brett Favre takes a two-yard plunge to cap his team's 17-point second quarter and put his team up 27-14 over the New England Patriots.
3-yard line: Super Bowl XVI - The Cincinnati Bengals' Dan Ross catches a three yard pass from Ken Anderson for the final points of their loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
4-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXX - In the fourth quarter, the Dallas Cowboys' Emmitt Smith runs the ball in from the Pittsburgh Steelers' four yard line to score his record fifth career Super Bowl touchdown.
5-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXVIII - The New England Patriots' Deion Branch opens up scoring against the Carolina Panthers by grabbing a five yard Tom Brady pass.
6-yard Line: Super Bowl XLIII - With 42 seconds remaining in the game and his team trailing the Arizona Cardinals 23-20, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hits Santonio Holmes along the right sideline of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown.
7-Yard Line: Super Bowl XIII - Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rocky Bleier scores on a seven yard pass from Terry Bradshaw to put the Pittsburgh Steelers up 21-14 with under 30 seconds left in the first half.
9-yard line: Super Bowl IX - Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Franco Harris gallops into the end zone from the 9-yard line to give Pittsburgh a 9-0 lead in the third quarter.
10-yard line: Super Bowl XXIII - Trailing 16-13 with 34 seconds left in the game, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana hits John Taylor deep in the end zone for the latest game-winning TD in Super Bowl history. 49ers win 20-16
11-yard line: Super Bowl XX - Chicago Bears fullback Matt Suhey rumbles into the New England Patriots' end zone from the 11-yard line to score the Bears' first touchdown of the game.
12-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXII - In the third quarter, Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway scrambles right, running for the the first-down sticks when he takes a shot from the Green Bay Packers' LeRoy Butler and goes helicoptering through the air en route to one of the most memorable scrambles in SB history.
13-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXII - On the fourth play of the fourth quarter, the Green Bay Packers' Antonio Freeman hauls in his second TD pass of the game, a 13-yarder from Brett Favre, to knot the game at 24.
14-yard line: Super Bowl XXXI - Kicker Chris Jacke's 31-yard field goal in the second quarter puts the Green Bay Packers up 20-14 over the New England Patriots
25-Yard Line: Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts rookie kicker Jim O'Brien boots a 32-yard field goal as time expires, providing the Colts a 16-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys. (Yardage note: This kick occurred when the uprights were on the goal line.)
17-Yard Line: Super Bowl XL - Despite catching an apparent 17-yard touchdown pass, Seattle Seahawks Darrell Jackson is called for a controversial offensive pass interference call against the Steelers' Chris Hope.
18-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXVII - The Dallas Cowboys' Troy Aikman connects with Michael Irvin from 18 yards out for the receiver's second score of the second quarter.
19-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXVII - The Dallas Cowboys' Troy Aikman connects with Michael Irvin from 19 yards out for the Hall of Fame receiver's first career Super Bowl touchdown catch.
21-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLII - Randy Moss nearly catches a 65-yard Tom Brady bomb in the final minute that would have put the Patriots in game-tying field goal range.
22-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLVI - Trying to protect a 17-15 lead over the Giants with four minutes remaining on the clock, Tom Brady throws a 23-yard strike to Wes Welker, who drops the ball. The Pats punted two plays later and the Giants scored on the next drive to win the game.
24-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLII - The New York Giants' David Tyree makes his famous helmet catch.
26-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLIV - The New Orleans Saints' Tracy Porter intercepts the Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning and returns it 74 yards for a game-sealing touchdown.
30-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXV - The Buffalo Bills' Scott Norwood misses a game-winning 47-yard field goal as time expires against the Giants.
31-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXVI - The New England Patriots' Adam Vinatieri hits game-winning 48-yard field goal as time expires to defeat the St. Louis Rams.
32-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIII - San Francisco place-kicker Mike Cofer misses a 49-yard field goal, handing the ball back to the Bengals on their own 32-yard line. Boomer Esiason leads a 46-yard drive that ends with a field goal. Bengals take the lead, 16-13 with 3:20 remaining.
33-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXVIII - Panther DeShaun Foster breaks a 33-yard run up the left sideline to keep the Panthers within striking distance of the Patriots.
34-Yard Line: Super Bowl X - Trailing 21-10 with under two minutes remaining, Dallas Cowboys QB Roger Staubach hits Percy Howard with a bomb to keep Big D in the game.
35-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLI - Chicago Bears tight end Gabe Reid fumbles a first half kick off. The Colts recover on the 35-yard line, but give the ball back to the Bears the very next play when Joseph Addai fumbles.
36-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXVII - Leon Lett picks up a fumble on the Cowboy 36-yard line and dashes 64 yards. Except at around his own ten, Lett slows down. Buffalo's Don Bebe comes from no where to knock the ball loose and deny Lett a touchdown.
37-Yard Line: Super Bowl I - Green Bay's Max McGee makes a spectacular one-handed grab and finishes off a 37-yard pass from Bart Starr for the first TD in Super Bowl history.
38-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIV - San Francisco's Joe Montana hits Jerry Rice with a 38-yard TD pass. It's the second of Rice's three TD grabs that day.
39-yard line: Super Bowl XXX - Pittsburgh signal caller Neil O'Donnell throws interception to Larry Brown who returns the ball 33 yards to the Steeler 6-yard line, setting up the clinching TD in Dallas' 27-17 win over the Steelers.
40-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXVI - With a 7-3 lead and less than two minutes remaining in the first half, New England defensive back Antwan Harris forces St. Louis receiver Ricky Proel to fumble on the 40-yard line. Terrell Buckley recovers. A few plays later, Tom Brady throws an 8-yard TD strike to David Patten with 31-seconds remianing in the half.
42-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLIV - At the opening of the third quarter, Saints linebacker Jonathan Casillas recovers an onside kick on New Orleans 42-yard line. The recovery sets up a 58-yard march to the end zone.
43-Yard Line: Super Bowl XVII - Facing fourth-and-1 at the Miami 43 and trailing 17-13 with 10:10 remaining, John Riggins breaks a tackle and goes all the way for the TD. The Redskins take the lead and win 27-17.
44-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXIX - According to Terrell Owens, Donovan McNabb puked here.
45-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIII - During the Niners game-winning drive against the Bengals, Joe Montana threads the needle, finding Jerry Rice between two defenders on second-and-20 from the Cincy 45 for a 26-yard gain.
46-Yard Line: Super Bowl IV - Len Dawson and star reciever Otis Taylor hook up for a 46-yard catch and run touchdown that seals the Chiefs' 23-7 upset of Minnesota in Super Bowl IV
47-Yard Line: Super Bowl XIV - Steelers WR Lynn Swann makes a leaping catch on the 2-yard line and tumbles into the endzone for a 47-yard TD pass from Terry Bradshaw to give Pittsburgh a 17-13 lead. Steelers win 31-19.
50-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXII - Washington QB Doug Williams hits Ricky Sanders with a 50-yard scoring strike (after a previous 80-yarder) to take a 28-10 lead over the Broncos.
49-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIX - Steve Young connects with RB Ricky Watters for a 51-TD pass and catch. Young has six touchdown passes on the day. Watters accounts for two of them.
44-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXV - Tampa's Dwight Smith picks off Rich Gannon and runs it back 44-yards for a touchdown. Two quarters later, in nearly the exact same spot, Tampa LB Derrick Brooks picks off another Gannon ball--Gannon had a record 5 picks that day--and runs it back for his own 44-yard touchdown.
42-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXII - Redskins rookie running back, Timmy Smith--making the first start of his NFL career against the Broncos--busts a 58 yard touchdown run from his team's 42 yard line. Smith's 204 yards set a Super Bowl record.
38-Yard Line: Super Bowl II - Green Bay QB Bart Starr hits Boyd Dowler with a 62-yard pass to take a 13-0 lead over the Oakland Raiders.
37-Yard Line: Super Bowl VI - Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Bob Lilly chases Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese for 29 yards before finally dragging him down at the 8-yard line for the longest sack in NFL history.
36-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLIII - Kurt Warner hits Larry Fitzgerald over the middle of the field for a 64-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter that temporarily gives the Cardinals the lead over the Steelers.
34-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXVI - Thurman Thomas loses his helmet when someone moves it from its customary pre-game spot on the 34-yard line in order for Harry Conick Jr. to perform the national anthem. Thomas missed the first two plays of the game before finally getting back out on the field in the proper helmet.
27-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXIV - Isaac Bruce catches a 73-yard TD pass from Kurt Warner to score the winning points in the Rams' victory over the Titans.
26-Yard Line: Super Bowl XVIII - The Oakland Raiders' Marcus Allen rips off his oft-replayed 74-yard run against the Washington Redskins to blow the game open.
23-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIII - 49ers rookie linebacker Bill Romanowski picks off Boomer Esiason's pass at the 23-yard line, leading to a San Francisco field goal.
21-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLI - Indianapolis Colts defensive back Bob Sanders picks off a Rex Grossman pass and returns it 38-yards to the Bears 41-yard line.
20-Yard Line: Super Bowl XV - The Oakland Raiders Kenny King and Jim Plunkett connect on an 80-yard throw and run for a TD to give Oakland a 14-0 lead in their eventual win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
16-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXV - After Ron Dixon's 97-yard kickoff TD lets the New York Giants back into the game, the Baltimore Ravens' Jermaine Lewis fields the ensuing kick off on the Baltimore 16 and takes it 84-yards for a TD
15-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXVIII - The Carolina Panther' Jake Delhomme hits Muhsin Muhammad for an 85-yard touchdown pass, the longest pass for a score in Super Bowl history.
8-Yard Line: Super Bowl XLI - The Chicago Bears' Devin Hester returns the opening kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts. It's the only opening kickoff return for a touchdown in Super Bowl history.
3-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIII - Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Tim Krumrie's ankle shatters in one of the most horrific injuries in Super Bowl history.
1-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXI - After the Patriots cut the lead to 27-21 in the third quarter, Desmond Howard returns the ensuing kickoff 99 yards for a TD. Howard would go on to be named the game's MVP, a first for a special teams player.
End Zone: Super Bowl XLVI - After a Giants punt pins the Patriots deep in their own territory, QB Tom Brady gets called for intentional grounding in the end zone on their first drive, resulting in a safety as the first score of the game. A safety was also the first score in Super Bowl IX.
 
2013-01-31 02:26:31 PM
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2013-01-31 02:30:46 PM
How the hell is Tyree's helmet catch not on there? What was the bigger play that happened on that particular yardline?
 
2013-01-31 02:31:31 PM
Nevermind. It was on there...just couldn't find it.
 
2013-01-31 03:20:51 PM

redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.


skrame: Goal Line: Super Bowl XLIII - The Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison intercepts the Arizona Cardinals' Kurt Warner and returns it 100 yards for a touchdown as time runs out in the first half.


skrame: 6-yard Line: Super Bowl XLIII - With 42 seconds remaining in the game and his team trailing the Arizona Cardinals 23-20, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hits Santonio Holmes along the right sideline of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown.


*sigh*


I think Harrison broke the plane.  It was close as shiat but my eyes, he did.  And if Fitz doesn't get bumped by I think DRC, he probably easily runs harrison down with no time left, no TD.  10pt swing.  Arizona probably kicks what, a 22yd FG if there's no INT.  Instead, no FG, and 7 the other way.

as for the TD, if Aaron Francisco doesn't slip.......he slipped and fell, Santo broke the route to the corner, Ben spotted him, Arizona's help was juuuuuuuuuuuuuust late, by the tiniest margin.  seriously.  even in slow motion, I think.....I forget which player it was (DRC?  Wilson?) even in slow motion, his fingers are just thaaaaaaaat close from tipping the ball away.

ugh.

The horror.

the horror.

The horror.
 
2013-01-31 03:24:48 PM

mrjared: How the hell is Tyree's helmet catch not on there? What was the bigger play that happened on that particular yardline?


It was there (24-yard line).
 
2013-01-31 03:29:08 PM

skrame: 3-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXIII - Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Tim Krumrie's ankle shatters in one of the most horrific injuries in Super Bowl history.


yeah.....even as a young lad watching the game on a shiatty standard def TV, with a princely 14" screen (if that) i remember thinking during live action (of course they showed it several more times as the game was stopped and he got one of the first inflatable casts I can remeber seeing) "uhhhhhhh......his foot was just flopping around.....that's not supposed to happen, right, dad?"
 
2013-01-31 03:35:28 PM

rickythepenguin: redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.

skrame: Goal Line: Super Bowl XLIII - The Pittsburgh Steelers' James Harrison intercepts the Arizona Cardinals' Kurt Warner and returns it 100 yards for a touchdown as time runs out in the first half.

skrame: 6-yard Line: Super Bowl XLIII - With 42 seconds remaining in the game and his team trailing the Arizona Cardinals 23-20, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hits Santonio Holmes along the right sideline of the end zone for the game-winning touchdown.

*sigh*


I think Harrison broke the plane.  It was close as shiat but my eyes, he did.  And if Fitz doesn't get bumped by I think DRC, he probably easily runs harrison down with no time left, no TD.  10pt swing.  Arizona probably kicks what, a 22yd FG if there's no INT.  Instead, no FG, and 7 the other way.

as for the TD, if Aaron Francisco doesn't slip.......he slipped and fell, Santo broke the route to the corner, Ben spotted him, Arizona's help was juuuuuuuuuuuuuust late, by the tiniest margin.  seriously.  even in slow motion, I think.....I forget which player it was (DRC?  Wilson?) even in slow motion, his fingers are just thaaaaaaaat close from tipping the ball away.

ugh.

The horror.

the horror.

The horror.


I mean, from my vantage point the ball was like .2 inches away from the EZ when his head hit the field so it's definitely not clear cut. I just remember being bummed that the INT cost me about $20 because of the score gong into halftime (would have been fine with FG or nothing). I didn't really have a preference for who won.
 
2013-01-31 03:40:17 PM

redmid17: I mean, from my vantage point the ball was like .2 inches away from the EZ when his head hit the field so it's definitely not clear cut.


I seem to recall Michaels screaming about, "what was the call?", meaning, the play turned on whether there was indisputable proof to overturn it.  it was that close.  it was that close if had it been ruled no TD, i don't think there was necessarily enough, but the ruling was TD and there was not enough to overturn it.

but i do think he broke the plane but juuuuuuuuuuuuust.  and as an arizona fan, you'd think i'd be screaming he didn't.

or even Santonio.  to this day, some Cards fans say his (i think) first foot was OOB.  I don't think so. I think he was about as close as you could be, but inbounds.

*shrug*
 
2013-01-31 04:42:07 PM

skrame: 13-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXII - On the fourth play of the fourth quarter, the Green Bay Packers' Antonio Freeman hauls in his second TD pass of the game, a 13-yarder from Brett Favre, to knot the game at 24.


How is this a better play than Phil Simms' 13-yard TD pass to Mark Bavaro to put the Giants ahead for good in the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XXI?
 
2013-01-31 04:44:32 PM

borg: List fails without the 49ers goal line stand in Super Bowl XVI.

/DRTFA


Agreed, the Dan Bunz open field tackle was part of a huge stand inside the five, three plays from inside the one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBJeDqRIhrA
 
2013-01-31 05:19:00 PM
Superbowl XL is an Offensive Pass Interference call and not the longest run from scrimmage in Super Bowl history?
 
2013-01-31 05:52:33 PM

Yanks_RSJ: skrame: 13-Yard Line: Super Bowl XXXII - On the fourth play of the fourth quarter, the Green Bay Packers' Antonio Freeman hauls in his second TD pass of the game, a 13-yarder from Brett Favre, to knot the game at 24.

How is this a better play than Phil Simms' 13-yard TD pass to Mark Bavaro to put the Giants ahead for good in the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XXI?


Nobody likes Phil Simms. :P
 
2013-01-31 06:01:09 PM
Where's Don Beebe running down Leon Lett?
 
2013-01-31 06:24:54 PM

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Where's Don Beebe running down Leon Lett?




36 yard line, NFC side.
So nothing of note happened in SB XI? Willie Brown had a pick 6 in the 3rd quarter but the game was never really in doubt.
 
2013-01-31 06:31:20 PM

PluckYew: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Where's Don Beebe running down Leon Lett?

36 yard line, NFC side.
So nothing of note happened in SB XI? Willie Brown had a pick 6 in the 3rd quarter but the game was never really in doubt.


Ah, I was looking for it around the place it happened, not the place it started. Thanks.
 
2013-01-31 06:31:53 PM

The Bestest: Included is Jake Delhomme's 2nd-most famous feat:

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It was the strangest of days in football - Delhomme almost won a Super Bowl, while John Kasay cost his team a chance at a win.

/GODAMMITSOMUCHFARKYOUKASAY
 
2013-01-31 08:01:49 PM

redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.


It's not like the Steelers would ever have a call go in their favor in a Super Bowl.
 
2013-01-31 08:04:51 PM

UNC_Samurai: The Bestest: Included is Jake Delhomme's 2nd-most famous feat:

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It was the strangest of days in football - Delhomme almost won a Super Bowl, while John Kasay cost his team a chance at a win.

/GODAMMITSOMUCHFARKYOUKASAY


Seriously, in my eyes, that was easily the biggest choke job on a kick in NFL history.

fark missing a field goal, KASAY HAD THE ENTIRE FIELD IN WHICH TO KICK THE FOOTBALL, WITH NO DEFENDERS STANDING IN HIS WAY, and he f*cked it up.
 
2013-01-31 08:34:22 PM

puffy999: UNC_Samurai: The Bestest: Included is Jake Delhomme's 2nd-most famous feat:

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It was the strangest of days in football - Delhomme almost won a Super Bowl, while John Kasay cost his team a chance at a win.

/GODAMMITSOMUCHFARKYOUKASAY

Seriously, in my eyes, that was easily the biggest choke job on a kick in NFL history.

fark missing a field goal, KASAY HAD THE ENTIRE FIELD IN WHICH TO KICK THE FOOTBALL, WITH NO DEFENDERS STANDING IN HIS WAY, and he f*cked it up.


Sometimes, people do better under a little pressure.

I'm willing to guess that his train of thought went something like, "Don't fark this up. Don't fark this up. Focus. This is easy. There's nobody standing in the way. Don't fark this up. Don't fark this up. Don't fark this up. Oh God, I farked it up."
 
2013-01-31 10:51:35 PM
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I guess the longest running play resulting in a TD doesn't count?
 
2013-01-31 10:54:55 PM
I like the one at the very top, the Pittsburgh 100 yd pick six before the half that was the difference. I watched that game with Pittsburgh people, in PA and even they were like WTF, where is a flag for block in the back? There were at least three textbook examples of block in the back as he ran that back and it wasn't called. When Pittsburgh fans are WTFing over a play that saved their asses, you gotta wonder.

I don't wonder, not anymore. The NFL is exhibition football. It's realism as a sport lies somewhere between pro wrestling and the NBA.

And for this SB, we have a handpicked ref that Goodell and co. pushed the front of the line with dummy tests and relaxing of their rules. I wonder why? Is it because the NFL is a business and thinks only of money and wants this game to go whichever way makes it more money?

How many jersey sales will be left on the table if BAL wins?

Fark the NFL, they should move their offices to Vegas and drop the pretense.
 
2013-01-31 10:55:08 PM

redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.


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2013-02-01 10:10:52 AM

DiamondDave: [c10566323.r23.cf2.rackcdn.com image 500x334]

I guess the longest running play resulting in a TD doesn't count?


That Super Bowl was awful and nobody remembers it.
 
2013-02-01 10:32:31 AM

DiamondDave: redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.

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Hint: It's not where his head is, it's where the ball is.
 
2013-02-01 10:43:20 AM

redmid17: DiamondDave: redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.

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Hint: It's not where his head is, it's where the ball is.


And in lieu of conclusive evidence that he was down before crossing the plane, it doesn't matter.
 
2013-02-01 03:06:27 PM

Yanks_RSJ: redmid17: DiamondDave: redmid17: I still don't think James Harrison broke the plane on the INT in the 2008 SB.

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Hint: It's not where his head is, it's where the ball is.

And in lieu of conclusive evidence that he was down before crossing the plane, it doesn't matter.


Very true. That's why I said "I think" and not "It's an incontrovertible fact."

Thanks for playing.
 
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