Found January 26, 2012 on T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
PLAYERS: David Tyree
TEAMS: New York Giants
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What made David Tyree's catch on the Giants' game-winning drive in Super Bowl XLII so remarkable wasn't simply the spectacular nature of the play, in which Tyree pinned the ball to the side of his helmet as he was going to the ground. It was that he had barely been used in the passing game the entire season.
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