Super Bowl XLVI's 10 Most Pivotal Plays

Wes Welker's dropped pass, Tom Brady's interception, Ahmad Bradshaw's bizarre touchdown, and more

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Super Bowl XLVI is over and the New York Giants have beaten the New England Patriots 21-17. Much like the 2008 version of this game, the Giants used a late drive to seal their victory.

Throughout the game we saw numerous plays change the momentum and entire course of the matchup.

Here are 10 plays that, had they gone differently, could have changed Super Bowl XLVI

This post also appears on Bleacher Report, an Atlantic partner site.

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