That Antonio Freeman Catch Was 13 Years Ago

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Antonio Freeman

Antonio Freeman

Actually, it happened 13 years ago… yesterday. But hell, I didn’t feel like posting it last night and there’s nothing going on this morning anyway. So, Antonio Freeman, with one of the greatest and luckiest catches in NFL history.

Here’s the scene. The Green Bay Packers are tied at 20 with the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football. It’s overtime. It’s at Lambeau. Brett Favre drops back on a 3rd and 4 and fires to Freeman and, well… just watch it in all of it’s glory.

Good old Stone Hands had some soft hands on this particular night. And Al Michaels with the “He did what?!” call.

Awesome.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

5 Comments on "That Antonio Freeman Catch Was 13 Years Ago"

  1. Nacho Libre

    Good ol’ Brent, forcing throws like this one here. Luckily it was mariculously caught by Freeman for a TD, that ball should’ve been intercepted. Vikings still suck!!

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