In a Super Bowl that hasn't had many "wow" moments, New York Giants wide receiver Mario Manningham finally provided one in the closing minutes of the game. He made a remarkable catch right on the border between the white of the sideline and the field of play. Watching it in real time the play is amazing. Watch it in slow-mo and it's all the more remarkable because you can see how fine-tuned he was to have possession and get both feet in bound before he went out.
If the Giants win this game (they scored at the end of the drive), this is almost as good as David Tyree's catch from Super Bowl XLII. This was the play that cut off a huge chunk of yardage and let Eli Manning show why he is a playoff hero.
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