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Top 10 Super Bowl Plays

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Were kicking off Super Bowl Week with the top 10 plays of all time from previous Super Bowls.

This is just the start of a full week of coverage on the big game so come back every day to see something new.

We kick of the countdown with #10:

10. Leon Lett Showboats

Super Bowl XXVII: Dallas was routing Buffalo when Leon Lett recovered a fumble and was about to add to that lead.  Then seemingly out of nowhere, Don Beebe knocked the ball out of Lett’s hand just before he crossed the goal line and the ball goes out of bounds in the end zone resulting in a touch back.  The Bills still lost, but that play remains the best hustle play of all time.

9. Adam Vinatieri’s Clutch Kick

Super Bowl XXXVI: The Rams had just tied the game at 17 leaving the Patriots one last drive to try and win it.  Instead of taking their chances in overtime, like commentator John Madden recommended, the Patriots went for the win.  Tom Brady led the Pats down the field into Rams territory which set up a 48 yard field goal for Vinatieri.  Vinatieri split the uprights as time expired and the Pats celebrated their first of what would be three championships.

8. “70 Chip”

Super Bowl XVII: The Redskins are down 17-13 to the Dolphins with 10:10 remaining and are facing fourth and one the Dolphin’s 43 yard line.  Joe Gibbs decided to go for it and called “70 Chip,” the team’s bread and butter.  John Riggins took the hand off, broke free of Don McNeal and raced to the end zone.  The Redskins prevailed 27-17.

7. Marcus Allen’s Electrifying Run

Super Bowl XVIII: Allen took a pitch from quarterback Jim Plunkett and was met with a wave of Redskin defenders.  He then reversed fields and ran 74 yards for a touchdown.  The Raiders won 38-9 and Allen was named MVP running for 191 yards.

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Senior Bowl Stock Watch

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The Senior Bowl marks the official start of draft season.  We’ve seen the first of many battles between Todd McShay and Mel Kiper on Sportscenter, which are sure to get even more heated as we get closer to the draft.

A side note here.  How much do you think Mel Kiper Todd McShay hate each other?  Every time they have a debate it turns into each of them yelling at each other like they just insulted the other one’s mom.  You can see the disgust on their faces as McShay just wants to scrub all that moose out of Kiper’s hair and Kiper is furious that this baby faced, little squirt is trying to and eventually going to take his job.  Personally, I love it.  It’s made the draft a lot more entertaining the past couple years.

Anyway, this past week, many of the nations top prospects took the field in Mobile, Alabama looking to up their draft stock.  Some players succeeded and some fell flat flat on their face.  Here’s a breakdown on how they fared:

Stock Up:

Myron Rolle, S, Florida State

If not for Tebow’s presence, Rolle may have been the story of the Senior Bowl.  The former Seminole was studying at Oxford this past year as a Rhodes Scholar, but you never would have know that by watching him.  He was in excellent shape and as the week progressed he started to get back into the groove of playing football.  The talented safety should go off the board in the first three rounds.

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan

After measuring in at only 6-1, the week didn’t start off well for Graham.  Though when he stepped on the field, all seemed to be forgotten.  He showed gret pass rushing ability and could fit in either a 3-4 or 4-3 scheme.  In the actual game, Graham recorded two sacks and a forced fumble, earning him MVP.

Dexter McCluster, RB/WR

McCluster may not possess the size to be an every down back in the NFL as he’s  just a shade under 5-8, but he showed he can be a valuable weapon on any team.  He showed off his versatility lining up at running back, in the slot, and returning kicks.  The explosive back has vaulted himself up draft boards and may come off in the second round.

Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State

Wilson was the most impressive corner back down in Mobile.  He excelled in both press and off man coverage, shutting down any receiver that he guarded.  He isn’t the fastest corner back though, and his forty time at the combine will be a big determinant in where he ultimately goes.

Mike Iupati, G, Idaho

The question heading into last week was how Iupati would face against upper level competition.  Well, he erased the scouts doubt and then some.  He was dominant in line drills and showed the versatility to play multiple line positions.  He looks like a sure fire first rounder and could go in the top half.

Stock Down:

Tim Tebow

The most talked about player at the Senior Bowl had a week he’d like to forget.  It started out with strep throat and it didn’t get better from there.  He struggled taking snaps from under center and showed poor throwing mechanics including an elongated release.  He was mercifully ripped all week long by Todd McShay on Sportscenter.  His struggles continued in the game where he fumbled twice and threw for only 50 throws on 12 attempts, a 4.2 yards per attempt average. Continue reading