Forgotten Super Bowl Moments: Larry the Ghost


Published: July 9, 2009

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... he is great.

Larry is perhaps the most liked man in the NFL. Look at him, he's a nice guy. He doesn't let the fame get to his head, he isn't intimidated by the fans, and he stays strong when facing defeat.

He is a man amongst boys.

Larry walks tall when exiting the huddle. He scans the field, reading the defense?


Or perhaps he is preparing, for pure concentration.

Preparing for a tackle to be dodged.

Preparing for a ball to be caught.

Preparing for putting six on the board.

He sets up on the right side. Looks across, towards the center. Then, up, to the scoreboard.

20-16, the clock is paused at 2:53. Fourth quarter.

Crunch Time.


The biggest game of his life, and every second feels like an hour.

But Fitzgerald can see. His opponents have been guarding the pass with a Dime defense.

The safeties were deep.

Too deep?


Fitzgerald is ...

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