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I'm going to go out on a limb and say Taylor Heinicke isn't the quarterback of the future here. Trask has legit pocket presence and a surprising touch for such a strong arm. He had a horrible Cotton Bowl against Oklahoma, but that doesn't erase a Heisman-worthy season (he finished fourth). He had 43 touchdown passes (first in the nation) against only eight interceptions, 4,283 passing yards (second in the nation) and a QBR of 88.3 (sixth in the nation). Top needs: OL, WR, QB

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The Bears' 1944 pick proved to be a jack of all trades in his lone season in the NFL.

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Christian Laettner hit plenty of memorable ones, including the winning jumper against Connecticut in the 1990 regional final and the winning foul shots against UNLV in the 1991 national semifinals. But it was his catch-and-shoot off a full-court pass from Grant Hill to beat Kentucky in double-overtime of their 1992 regional final that became historic.

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Joe Montana spotting John Candy in the crowd while driving the 49ers to the winning TD, his pass to John Taylor in the dying seconds. Stanford Jennings' 83-yard kickoff return TD for the Bengals.

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Consider an annual National Parks pass for $80. Check out nps.gov/index.htm.

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On Jan. 19, 2002, the Brady-Belichick juggernaut started with the " Tuck Rule Game," in an AFC Divisional round playoff game in a heavy snowstorm in Foxborough, Massachusetts. In the final game played at Foxboro Stadium, Raiders cornerback Charles Woodson blitzed Brady for what he thought was a game-clinching fumble, recovered by linebacker Greg Biekert. The officials reviewed the play and ruled Brady had halted his passing motion and was attempting to tuck the ball back into his body. That made it an incomplete pass and not a fumble. The Patriots kept possession and Brady moved them into field-goal range for Adam Vinatieri's 45-yader that sent the game into overtime. Vinatieri's 23-yarder then sent the Patriots to the first of nine Super Bowl appearances under Brady and Belichick.

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2005: Super Bowl 39 in Jacksonville, played on Feb. 6, 2005. Terrell Owens dominated the headlines, returning from ankle surgery against the medical staff's advice. T.O. caught nine passes for 122 yards, but New England's Deion Branch had 11 receptions for 133 yards, earning Super Bowl MVP honors in a 24-21 win. Brady tossed a pair of TD passes. Donovan McNabb had three TD passes and three interceptions for Philadelphia.

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The Immaculate Reception: If not for Franco Harris scooping the ball up before hitting the turf at Three Rivers Stadium, the Steelers' run to …

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2011: The Super Bowl in Indianapolis, played in February 2012. Same story as the first title game. The defense made things miserable for Brady. There was another late miracle catch and the Giants got their second Super Bowl title under Coughlin and fourth in franchise history. Brady gave New England a 17-9 lead with TD passes to Danny Woodhead and the late Aaron Hernandez. Lawrence Tynes kicked two field goals to close gap to 17-15. Manning led a late nine-play, 88-yard touchdown drive. Mario Manningham made a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch in front of the Patriots bench and kept his feet inbounds. Ahmad Bradshaw scored on 6-yard run with 57 seconds left in the 21-17 win. The defense knocked down Brady's desperation pass on the final play.

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