The New York Giants trailed the Detroit Lions 17-10 with 14 minutes to go in the fourth quarter, when Eli Manning threw a perfect pass right in Brandon Marshall’s hands about 30 yards downfield, and the veteran wide receiver flat-out dropped it.

That’s a brutal drop given the game situation, and it proved to be even more costly just moments later.

Lions rookie Jamal Agnew made a shoestring catch to field a punt at Detroit’s own 12-yard line, and showed off incredible moves and speed to take the punt back 88 yards to the house.

Electrifying, Devin Hester-esque skills from the fifth-rounder out of San Diego State.

And here’s the Spanish call of Agnew’s touchdown because why not?

This Giants fan summarized the sequence — and game overall — quite well:


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