Found February 06, 2012 on NY Post:
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INDIANAPOLIS — Even though there were still 57 seconds left in the game when the Giants kicked off to the Patriots and handed the ball to Tom Brady, Justin Tuck didn’t think that was a problem.“Nah,” he said. “At 57, I said, ‘Hey man, [I’ve got] an opportunity...
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