Found October 30, 2011 on New York Times Sports:
PLAYERS: Victor Cruz
TEAMS: New York Giants
The Giants took their first — and only — lead of the game with about six minutes remaining as Victor Cruz’s 25-yard touchdown catch proved the difference.
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