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    Which Play Do You Think Really Turned The Giants 2011 Superbowl Season Around

    JPP's Blocked FG vs Cowboys In Week 14 or Victor Cruz's 99 Yard TD vs Jets.

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    Victor Cruz TD against the Jets.

    What a beautiful game that was. And after that, we were pretty much lights out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antwuan View Post
    JPP's Blocked FG vs Cowboys In Week 14 or Victor Cruz's 99 Yard TD vs Jets.
    I want to say the 99 yarder but to me JPP's FG block has to be that moment due to it's importance in the Giants positioning for the playoffs.
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    JPP's blocked field goal. That was the difference between having hope, and being all slouched over and nonchalant like the 8-8 season in 09.

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    The 99 yard TD. They where not playing well early in that game and that was off of a loss to Washington.

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    JPP's block (and really his performance all game) saved the season.

    Cruz's TD turned it around.
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    I'm all for that FG block... An uncontested FG would have only sent the game into overtime; blocking it proved that we meant business. There was just a fire to that comeback that erased the fears I had. The 12 point comeback wasn't as steep as blowing 28 against the Eagles in 2010, but it sure felt like we came back like that after the 4-game skid we had. The 99 yard TD was just the icing on the cake.

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    Tuck's hard fought sack in week 17. I said at that time that it had epitomized our whole season, and knew at that point that we were gonna be tough to beat.




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    Honestly, the biggest play was Romo overthrowing a wide open Miles Austin on 3rd down that would have iced the 1st Cowboy game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SweetZombieJesus View Post
    JPP's block (and really his performance all game) saved the season.

    Cruz's TD turned it around.
    Tony Romo missing a wide open Miles Austin down the field which would have put that game out of reach.

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