Found December 19, 2011 on Backyard Sports Blog:
This was tweeted out by Panthers beat writer Joe Person in reference to the trick play the Carolina Panthers did yesterday. Turns out I was right all along, and they really did get it from the movie Little Giants. What an epic movie by the way. To bad they don't have Ice Box on their defense.
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