New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored a 6-yard touchdown with 57 seconds to play in Super Bowl XLVI - and felt awful about it.
Bradshaw bolted through a hole the size of Texas before attempting to stop at the 1-yard line in an attempt to run out the clock.
"I tried (to stop), but my momentum just took me in," Bradshaw told NFL Network. "All I could do after that was hope that they wouldn't score."
"Well, he was trying to do (what he's coached to do), which is: 'Don't score. Get down to the 1-inch line, and pat it down to declare yourself down,'" New York offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said. "But no one touched him, and he rolled into the end zone. He was sitting down, trying to get down."
The defense did its part and Giants held on for their second title in five years with a 21-17 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday.
The Patriots made a strategic decision to let Bradshaw score and preserve 57 seconds to give Tom Brady a chance to produce another S...