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Wouldn't this be the best SB ending play?

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  1. NEfan32

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    I've always wanted by at the same time not wanted if you now what I mean, a sick play to end the Super Bowl besides a field goal, like a kickoff return as time expires or something.

    Imagine this.

    Giants-28
    Patriots-24

    8 seconds left, 4th quarter, ball on the Giant 40.

    Brady drops back, with all day to throw, unleashes a bomb to the endzone. Randy Moss jumps up and one hands it in the back corner over Aaron Ross and Webster. Time expires.

    I always come up with some crazy scenario to end a game for fun and that one always pops up. A one hander in the back of the endzone from Moss.

    Anyone got any other crazy endings you can come up with?
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    And the flag flies. "Pass interference, number 81 offense, fifteen yard penalty, repeat 4th down" ;)

    Translation: I'd rather not leave the game in the hands of the refs.

    How about this one:

    Tom Brady (QB) rushed for -2 yards (Kneel Down). Time expires.
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    ehh, I was assuming that wouldn't happen. Yeah I agree with you, but for that I can't beleive that just happened purpose was what I Was trying to do
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    I like your game-winning final play much better. :rocker:
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    I'll say this is more dramatic...

    Like your score:

    Giants 28
    Pats 24

    8 second left, Pats at Giant's 3 yard line. Brady have 4 WRs, 1 back. Snap the ball, Giants bring a full blitz, Faulk pick up a block, Brady move around the pocket but no one is open, then Brady scrabble for 8 yards..... TD!!!! WON the game!!! :rocker:
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    The best SB ending play to me would be a Tom Brady kneel down. I don't want any part of our team having the ball on the last play behind in the game, no matter how exciting it might end.

    No super bowl has ever gone from having a team going from behind to ahead on the final play. I think super bowl xxiii was the closest, where the 49ers scored with about 30 seconds left. But even then, they were only down 3 and the only real question was whether they would tie it or win it.

    I think the most exciting ending would be as you say -- a team down 4 with the ball.
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    They give credit for the 5 yards he ran into the end zone?

    ;)

    I would much rather this game not come down to the final play, but that is just me.
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    Who would? But if it were to come to the last play, I'd probably pass out if we won on the last play.
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    Maybe so. But I want to be alive to see the ending of the Super Bowl, and if the Patriots are down by 4 with 8 seconds to play, I will likely already be on my way to the hospital with a massive coronary.

    I'll take the kneel down.
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    lol... I counted Brady scrabble from 8 yard line after they snap the ball...
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    You trying to give me a heart attack?
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    Haha, tell me about it. I started sweating when we were up by 5 against San Diego. If we aren't up by 2 scores, the game is no fun to watch. I used be fine with any game, but with undefeated on the line, I was getting antsy every game.
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    Victory formation on 2:rocker:
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    Precisely. Part of being a fan of this Patriots team this year is that every game feels like you're on a rollercoaster. You know you're having fun, but part of you is thinking "what if I fall off?" and occasionally you want to puke. Of course, you always get off the ride safe (with a win), but it's not always the smoothest ride. Such is the life of a fan.

    So as I said, I'll take the kneel down.
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    I would like to see Matt Cassel in the game at the end. With the Pats up big of course. He could really use the Super Bowl/Playoff experience.
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    Patriots-35
    Giants-35

    Overtime.

    Ball on Patriots 45

    Giants have the ball

    Eli Manning drops back, looks over the middle for Steve Smith, ball is picked off by Tedy Bruschi. Bruschi takes it all the way back to the 20, as he is being tackled he laterals it Junior Seau. Seau breaks a tackle and walks in for the game winner.
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    I think Belichick will be pissed if they do another lateral....! Unless it's the end of the game and we're losing with no time left off course! :) I don't think our Pats will ever get themself in this situation!
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    Bruschi BETTER NOT lateral it to Seau in the grasp, well within field goal range in Overtime. I don't care if Seau scored, BB would rip Tedy's head off and stick it on top of the trophy. :D
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    I'd Prefer this one Matt Cassell rushes -2 (kneel down) time expires pats win
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