VIDEO: Eli Manning Spins Around, Finds Victor Cruz On A Deep Pass

Eli Manning was all hemmed in by the Dallas Cowboys with nowhere to go, but it didn't matter. Manning didn't display a burst of speed or drag a defender downfield in the fourth quarter with his New York Giants clinging to a 21-14 lead: he spun around. All he did was spin 360 degrees before heaving the ball downfield to Victor Cruz in a play reminiscent of the David Tyree catch.

You can imagine Manning screaming "Goooooin Deeeeeeeep" as he tosses this ball up to Cruz.

This Cruz kid is quite all right, as well. It was a great move and throw by Manning, but Cruz does the dirty work, shielding off the coverage and going up to get the ball at its highest points. Cruz is well over 100 yards on the night already, and has come up with numerous big catches, as he has all year. Quite the find, he was.

For more on these two teams, visit Cowboys blog Blogging the Boys and Giants blog Big Blue View.

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