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Old 02-04-2008, 08:50 PM   #31
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Re: Tyree Catch Greatest Clutch Catch in SB?

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Football already has "The Catch". It does not yet have "The Escape".
Strangely, the first thing I thought of when I saw that escape was last season when the Giants' Kiawanuka didn't finish his sack of Vince Young
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:44 PM   #32
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I think Lynn Swann's catch in Super Bowl 10 will always be the greatest catch in super bowl history, but the Tyree catch last night might go down as the most important because it help alter NFL history so profoundly.
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:45 PM   #33
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Strangely, the first thing I thought of when I saw that escape was last season when the Giants' Kiawanuka didn't finish his sack of Vince Young
I thought the same thing, my friend, as Jim Nantz would say.
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Old 02-04-2008, 11:44 PM   #34
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I think Lynn Swann's catch in Super Bowl 10 will always be the greatest catch in super bowl history, but the Tyree catch last night might go down as the most important because it help alter NFL history so profoundly.
Lynn Swann's catch was certainly the most graceful, but doesn't hold water vs Tyree's catch with 3 men around him and 1 hand on his arm from the beginning of the catch to the end, plus using his helmet to secure it and not allowing it to hit the ground. You throw in all the circumstances, and I am certain it would be on the top of my list.
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Lynn Swann's catch was certainly the most graceful, but doesn't hold water vs Tyree's catch with 3 men around him and 1 hand on his arm from the beginning of the catch to the end, plus using his helmet to secure it and not allowing it to hit the ground. You throw in all the circumstances, and I am certain it would be on the top of my list.
Don't forget to add that one of the defenders was Rodney Harrison.
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Don't forget to add that one of the defenders was Rodney Harrison.
very true, a soon to be hall of fame safety!
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Old 02-05-2008, 12:04 AM   #37
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probably the greatest catch but the greatest play what about the Marcus Allen run aginst the Redskins
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probably the greatest catch but the greatest play what about the Marcus Allen run aginst the Redskins
Hey shut it.

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very true, a soon to be hall of fame safety!
Plus, possibly the dirtiest player in the history of the game.
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LOL I am Quake's GF
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probably the greatest catch but the greatest play what about the Marcus Allen run aginst the Redskins
If you're going to post here, let's not mention stuff like that. I thought Riggo's run in the previous year's super bowl was much better!
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If you're going to post here, let's not mention stuff like that. I thought Riggo's run in the previous year's super bowl was much better!
sorry i thought we were talking about greatest plays in SB history and i thought it was worth the mention
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sorry i thought we were talking about greatest plays in SB history and i thought it was worth the mention
Was just kidding with you. It was an unfortunate great play.
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u also have the John Elway helicopter move
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Re: Tyree Catch Greatest Clutch Catch in SB?

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Greatest play has to be Riggo's run.

Greatest catch; the Tyree catch is up there, but Montana to Taylor in SB XXIII would probably get my vote as #1 (as much as I hate the 49ers). Honorable mention would have to be Max McGee in SB I. 37 yd one-handed TD catch and another 13yd TD....all while hungover from a night of partying. He was probably on the sidelines between plays...... :vomit:
Agree on greatest play. Definitely Riggo.

Greatest catch was Max McGee's beyond a doubt. Tyree used both hands. What a cheater! LOL!
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