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In The 2000 Super Bowl (Titans vs Rams) Did The Titans Receiver ACTUALLY Cross the goalline?
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#1 | 820 days ago

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#1 | 820 days ago

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#2 | 809 days ago

No! Player down by contact prior to the ball crossing the goal line.
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#3 | 800 days ago

Scott wrote:
Thats not The Best timing for a photo because his knee/back isn't on the ground yet
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#4 | 800 days ago

collinbentley11 wrote:
Thats not The Best timing for a photo because his knee/back isn't on the ground yet


Still comes up just a yard short wink
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#5 | 789 days ago

As much as I wanted his to cross that goal line  the  linebacker Jones just made a great play but I felt that if we had ran the ball more that first half then we would not be having this discussion
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#6 | 680 days ago

Sorry Dyson, go sell some Vacuums 
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#7 | 479 days ago

Scott wrote:
None of the terminal body parts that indicate he is down (if the knee, elbow, back, or the shoulder are on the ground the player is "down").
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#8 | 478 days ago

collinbentley11 wrote:
None of the terminal body parts that indicate he is down (if the knee, elbow, back, or the shoulder are on the ground the player is "down").


How about now?
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#9 | 477 days ago

collinbentley11 wrote:
None of the terminal body parts that indicate he is down (if the knee, elbow, back, or the shoulder are on the ground the player is "down").
Can you get over the fact that he was down, it's nothing you can do to turn back the hands of time, what's done is done... Move forward...
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