Nick Collins' interception return for a touchdown is definitely the biggest play of Super Bowl XLV so far. But might it have actually ensured his Packers will win Super Bowl rings?
Thanks to pressure up the middle by Howard Green, Ben Roethlisberger's throw appears to get altered; the resulting throw is woefully short of the covered Steelers receiver Roethlisberger was likely aiming for, and Collins pulls it out of the air like a centerfielder with a pop fly.
Collins' nifty footwork up the sideline and judicious use of his blockers made the route to six points fairly simple, save for that leap at the goal line.
And if the Packers go on to win this game, they'll be confirming one of the better statistical trends in Super Bowl history: no team has ever lost the Super Bowl after scoring a touchdown on an interception return, according to ESPN research.