Super Bowl XLVI opened up in a unique way: the first score of the game was a safety against the New England Patriots. Quarterback Tom Brady on the Patriots first offensive play was called for intentional grounding in the end zone.

At halftime, the score was 10-9 with the Patriots leading.  After giving up 9 unanswered points, the Patriots scored a field goal and a Danny Woodhead touchdown to grab the lead late in the second quarter.

Around picture #95 you can see the pass that just escaped Wes Welker's hands in the 4h quarter.

The game winning touchdown was scored by Ahmad Bradshaw late in the 4th quarter and you can see many different angles of Bradshaw crouching by the goal line in our gallery.


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