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    Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    first time I've seen an image of this play.

    [IMG]http://media.northjersey.com/images/650*534/sb46_0010.JPG[/IMG]

    Of all the plays in this game, would this be one of the Top 3 most important ones?

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope
    "...two minute drill at the end of each quarter, Ya'know with the wind like this blowing mooch and marshall into the ocean...If that's behind me I think were getting 3 from 70 so holla at your boy. IF YOU DON"T PICK ME THAT'S A JOKE RIGHT?" - Justin Tucker, Ravens kicker

    Complain?, ain't Nobody got time for dat!

    GO GIANTS!

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    This play was Crucial. If they had recovered that they would've had it on our 10 yard line with a chance to score and end the game.

    If Snee doesn't recover that ball, we lose the game.

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    [quote user="GmenFan1980"]1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope [/quote]

    Blackburn INT could have been an incomplete. Could have been alright.

    The safety was good, but nothing that really changed the game as I saw it.

    And the Bradshaw TD was hardly very important. Eli told him not to score.

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    [quote user="MrDenmark"][quote user="GmenFan1980"]1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope [/quote]

    Blackburn INT could have been an incomplete. Could have been alright.

    The safety was good, but nothing that really changed the game as I saw it.

    And the Bradshaw TD was hardly very important. Eli told him not to score.
    [/quote]

    took away possession from patriots

    gave us two points and took away possession from patriots

    was the game winning touchdown regardless of circumstances
    "...two minute drill at the end of each quarter, Ya'know with the wind like this blowing mooch and marshall into the ocean...If that's behind me I think were getting 3 from 70 so holla at your boy. IF YOU DON"T PICK ME THAT'S A JOKE RIGHT?" - Justin Tucker, Ravens kicker

    Complain?, ain't Nobody got time for dat!

    GO GIANTS!

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    I would definetly say so. Considering where it was on the field it was critical that we recovered.

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    [quote user="GmenFan1980"]
    1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope [/quote]

    FAIL
    1. Hardly the most important play in the game. It got the ball moving but it was on first down. Plenty more time and downs to move the ball. Not a crucial play.
    2. BB INT could have been knocked down
    3. Tucks second sack was big but not huge
    4. Safety was big and changed momentum
    5. Cruz touchdown doesn't happen if the fumble wasn't negated
    6. Bradshaw wasn't even supposed to score on that down
    7. The fumbles were HUGE parts of the game. The Snee recovery in particular could have given the Pats the ball at the 10 and they could have punched it in changing the game entirely

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    [quote user="GIANTfaninFL"][quote user="GmenFan1980"]
    1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope [/quote]

    FAIL
    1. Hardly the most important play in the game. It got the ball moving but it was on first down. Plenty more time and downs to move the ball. Not a crucial play.
    2. BB INT could have been knocked down
    3. Tucks second sack was big but not huge
    4. Safety was big and changed momentum
    5. Cruz touchdown doesn't happen if the fumble wasn't negated
    6. Bradshaw wasn't even supposed to score on that down
    7. The fumbles were HUGE parts of the game. The Snee recovery in particular could have given the Pats the ball at the 10 and they could have punched it in changing the game entirely[/quote]

    1. Completely gave us momentum for our final drive.

    2. gave us the ball and took it away. could of would of.

    3. made them waste their time-out. HUGE

    4. agreed

    5. And? why should that negate the TD?

    6. again game winner, Regardless of what he was told
    "...two minute drill at the end of each quarter, Ya'know with the wind like this blowing mooch and marshall into the ocean...If that's behind me I think were getting 3 from 70 so holla at your boy. IF YOU DON"T PICK ME THAT'S A JOKE RIGHT?" - Justin Tucker, Ravens kicker

    Complain?, ain't Nobody got time for dat!

    GO GIANTS!

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    [quote user="GmenFan1980"][quote user="GIANTfaninFL"][quote user="GmenFan1980"]
    1. Manningham catch
    2. Blackburn INT
    3. Tucks 2nd sack
    4. Safety
    5. Cruz TD
    6. Bradshaw TD.
    7. Fumble recoveries

    So nope [/quote]

    FAIL
    1. Hardly the most important play in the game. It got the ball moving but it was on first down. Plenty more time and downs to move the ball. Not a crucial play.
    2. BB INT could have been knocked down
    3. Tucks second sack was big but not huge
    4. Safety was big and changed momentum
    5. Cruz touchdown doesn't happen if the fumble wasn't negated
    6. Bradshaw wasn't even supposed to score on that down
    7. The fumbles were HUGE parts of the game. The Snee recovery in particular could have given the Pats the ball at the 10 and they could have punched it in changing the game entirely[/quote]

    1. Completely gave us momentum for our final drive.

    2. gave us the ball and took it away. could of would of.

    3. made them waste their time-out. HUGE

    4. agreed

    5. And? why should that negate the TD?

    6. again game winner, Regardless of what he was told[/quote]

    alot of those plays wouldnt have mattered if that fumble wasn't recovered. if the patriots score another the game would have been close to over.

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    Re: Picture of the Chris Snee Recovery

    Great picture. Snee certainly came up huge that moment.

    I see people talking about moments, that if had turned out differently, would have cost us the game. But what about the penalties that were not called on the Patriots. On mind, are at least two pass interferences, and that holding call on Wilkford.

    All in all, the game is always going to have referee mistakes.

    Water under the bridge.

    Go Blue!

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