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99 Yards to Go
JIM TROTTER
September 13, 2010
How does a team pull off a length-of-the-field, game-winning touchdown drive in the final two minutes? With snap decisions, sharp execution and a healthy dose of luck
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September 13, 2010

99 Yards To Go

How does a team pull off a length-of-the-field, game-winning touchdown drive in the final two minutes? With snap decisions, sharp execution and a healthy dose of luck

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HEIMERDINGER: "I'm going to try to run the same play [as the previous down]; I'm just dressing the damn thing up. Everybody is doing the same thing from a different side of the formation, and Nate tries to make a move—I thought we were going to win it on this one, I really did. Nate's got [Brown beat]. Nate's job is to sit and, when he bites, come right back across."

YOUNG: "It should have been pass interference."

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GOAL

BALL ON

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