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If you could jump in the body of any NFL football player for 1 play or 1 game who would you pick and what was the game or play ?

 

I would pick Emmitts division clinching game against the Giants with a seperated shoulder..An awesome performance..What about you ?

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To be between 2 Carolina Panthers' cheerleaders when they're in the women's room together.

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Being Romo Dallas vs. Seattle holding for the game winning FG. Pretty sure I would have scored. :D

 

:D:bash:

 

john elway, "helicopter" play in the super bowl against the packers.

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Any sport, I would probably choose Jordan over Byron Russell.

 

Football wise, I would have to be one of the Sanders boys, Deion or Barry. As far as a singular play, I dunno, say.....I was Shaun Taylor and my boss was Brian Moorman.

 

The play I probably would have had the most fun with would be Devin Hester at the Super Bowl, just this year. After two weeks of buildup, the game starts and BOOOMMMM!!!!! What a feeling that must have been as you get by the kicker to return the opening kickoff of the freakin' Super Bowl to the house.

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Random car search.

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Random car search.

 

I take that back, I think a driveby would be a little more exciting followed by a drug bust. :D

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Clark making the catch.

 

Wonder how many of us will pick a moment from our favorite team's history?

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Clark making the catch.

 

Wonder how many of us will pick a moment from our favorite team's history?

 

 

hope and a prayer play. :D

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Jim Craig between the pipes in the miracle on ice.... the scene of him skating around the ice with old glory wrapped around him is the best sports moment I can remember. :D

 

 

 

joe carter in '93 - walk off HR to win the world series ain't bad either.

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Wonder how many of us will pick a moment from our favorite team's history?

 

 

Game: Peyton leading the Colts back from a 21-3 deficit against NE to win the '06 AFC Championship Game

 

Moment: Marlin Jackson's pick to seal it :D

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Jim Craig between the pipes in the miracle on ice.... the scene of him skating around the ice with old glory wrapped around him is the best sports moment I can remember. :D

 

+1

I would pick any of the Miracle on Ice players

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Clear favorite?

 

Lynn Swann ... Superbowl X ... the incredible catches ... :bash:

 

Runners up?

 

Hines Ward, Superbowl XL ... the catch on AREl's pass ... :D

 

Joe Namath, making out with Suzy Colbert ... :D

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If you could jump in the body of any NFL football player for 1 play or 1 game who would you pick and what was the game or play ?

 

I would pick Emmitts division clinching game against the Giants with a seperated shoulder..An awesome performance..What about you ?

 

 

 

ditto :D

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Bart Favre on MNF after his father passed.

 

Not sure I would want to be in that situation. :D

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Bart Favre on MNF after his father passed.

Bart Starr and Brett Favre? :D

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Bill Leavy, Superbowl XL MVP. Any one of the 5 game changing plays or the numerous noncalls on offsides. :D

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Bill Leavy, Superbowl XL MVP. Any one of the 5 game changing plays or the numerous noncalls on offsides. :D

 

Hey, everybody has to have a dream. I'd have expected nothing less more ...

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Riggins on the run:

 

PASADENA, Calif., Jan. 30 — The Washington Redskins rode John Riggins' record-breaking 166 yards rushing today to their first National Football League championship in 40 years, finishing off this magical season by overpowering the Miami Dolphins, 27-17, in Super Bowl XVII.

 

Moving behind the Hogs, his surging offensive linemen, Riggins was magnificent, scoring the winning touchdown on a 43-yard run in the fourth quarter. Carrying a Super Bowl record 38 times, he disrupted Miami's No. 1-rated defense with his relentless runs, rallying the Redskins from a 17-10 halftime deficit to only their third NFL title in history.

 

No other back has ever run for 100 yards or more in four straight playoff games. No other back has gained more than 158 yards in a Super Bowl. And rarely has any back dominated a Super Bowl as Riggins did today.

 

"I'm very happy," Riggins said. "At least for tonight, Ron's the president, but I'm the king."

 

Joe Gibbs, who rebounded from an 0-5 start as a rookie head coach last year to become coach of the year this season, said he told his players at halftime that "this was the way it was supposed to be. If we were going to be world champions, we had to earn it by coming back."

 

..........

 

This is a team of 26 free agents, of 14 players who were never drafted, of role players and rejects. It is a team that was not even considered a playoff contender at the start of this strike-marred season. It is a team that entered this game as a three-point underdog. It is a team that emerged having won its final seven games and 15 of its last 16, figures unmatched.

 

And this is a team that won here doing what the Dolphins, the crowd of 103,667 — second-largest in Super Bowl history — and 100 million-plus television viewers knew they would do: run Riggins again and again.

 

But the Dolphins, whose defense relies more on quickness than strength, couldn’t cope with the Hogs. The Hogs’ surge was so steady and strong that often Riggins already had gained three or four yards before being touched by a Miami player.

 

Riggins ran like a man who may have played his last game, something he wouldn’t refute afterward.

 

"I can still walk away," said Riggins, the NFL’s seventh all-time rusher. "It’s still possible. I don’t have a time schedule. You guys know me, I’m like the wind. I change my mind every five minutes."

 

Riggins ran like the wind in the game. His 166 yards gave him 610 in four playoff games, an achievement unmatched in NFL history. Riggins, who gained 553 yards in eight regular season games, broke Franco Harris’ Super Bowl records, set in Super Bowl 1X, of 35 carries for 158 guards. Once Riggins became dominant, it made Theismann’s passing that much more effective. Theismann threw two interceptions, but he also completed 15 of 23 passes for 143 yards.and two touchdowns, a six yarder to 115 seconds left wrapping up the triumph and allowing the Redskins local fans to begin celebrating.

 

In addition, he prevented a Miami touchdown, knocking away a batted pass that had found its way into the hands of of the Dolphins Kim Bokamper the second half.

 

Riggins took the ball from Theismann and stared to his left. Cornerback Don McNeal, who had slipped trying to to follow the man in motion Clint Didier, came up fast to make the tackle at the 40. Riggins broke that and took off the sideline in from of the Dolphins bench. Glenn Blackwood couldn’t catch him.

 

It was longest touchdown run from scrimmage in Super Bowl history, and when Moseley kicked the point-after, the Redskins had a 20-17 lead. with 10:01 left.

 

That was the end for Miami.

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Kissing jim burt on the lips after giants sb victory over broncos in 86

 

:D:D

 

On a mor serious note , miracle on ice 1980 ...any player on that team would do it for me

 

Honorable mention , lifting the stanley cup and being crowned nhl champion

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