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Video: Was Eli Manning to Mario Manningham the Signature Play of Super Bowl XLVI?

| by Alex Groberman

Five years from now nobody will remember that the New York Giants beat the New England Patriots by a mere four points at Super Bowl XLVI. They won’t remember that the Giants scored 21 points in the game. They won’t remember that the Patriots scored 17. What everyone will remember, though, is that with about three and a half minutes remaining, the Giants connected on an absolutely clutch Eli Manning to Mario Manningham play that prolonged what would eventually become New York’s game-winning drive.

Check it out:

Was this the signature play (from either team) of Super Bowl XLVI?

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