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No one will ever forget Giants’ WR David Tyree‘s amazing catch vs New England in Super Bowl XLII.
Tyree only managed to play another year after his moment in the spotlight. In fact, that was his last reception as a pro. Since then, he’s faded into the background.
But now, thanks to this year’s rematch between the Giants and the Patriots, he’s more relevant than ever.
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I apologize in advance. You don’t want to see this now, and you certainly didn’t back then.
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