Desean Jackson Game Winning Punt Return Philadelphia Eagles Vs New York Giants 12-19-10

December 1, 2011
By Strikes Again Game Winning Punt Return Philadelphia Eagles Vs New York Giants 12-19-10 come back win DeSean Jackson, who has become used to setting records, set one on Sunday. It had never happened before in the history of the National Football League: no player has ever ended a game with a walk-off punt return touchdown. And it happened after a 21-point comeback in the last eight minutes of regulation. DeSean Jackson’s 65-yard walk-off punt return touchdown is the greatest walk-off touchdown in the history of the National Football League. No. 1. Ever. I’m serious. Terrell Owens’ immaculate redemption reception against the Green Bay Packers in the wild-card round of the 1998 playoffs? Three seconds left in the game. The Music City Miracle in the 1999 wild-card round of the postseason? Three seconds. The Immaculate Reception? Five seconds. Bart Starr’s quarterback sneak in The Ice Bowl? Thirteen seconds left. Drew Pearson’s Hail Mary reception from Roger Staubach in the 1975 playoffs? Not the game’s last play. The Miracle at the Meadowlands? Still time. Dwight Clark. Plaxico Burress. Santonio Holmes…Time left in every game. The only serious competition is The Holy Roller. And while the Miracle at the Meadowlands Part III will never be as famous as The Holy Roller, this play didn’t stir up a lot of controversy. It won’t lead to an NFL rule change. Giants players won’t remember the Eagles as having cheated to win this game. This one was
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