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Mike Pereira has his take on two big plays from Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
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They told Mike -- for foxsports.com. I'm here in Atlanta after the 49ers -- the Falcons an incredible football -- epic day in football. So many twists and turns in this game than noise was incredible. Yet when you look at the fact that noise sometimes causes penalties. Not the case only six penalties in the entire game. Only two against the Falcons. But what we saw was almost another re creation of the drive if you remember back to 1986. Elway and the Broncos against Cleveland in Cleveland engineered the drive an incredible drive. And then here Matty Ryan today is really 8828. Minutes and twenty seconds to go in the fourth quarter of that. Falcons have the ball first down and ten to twenty. Drive the ball right down the field and a couple of big plays. Wanna pass that Harry Douglas that was ruled on the field to catch. Lot of people thought it was not a catch it with the instant replay. The ruling stood because he had possession of the ball with his left arm and hand before you hit the ground. When he did hit the ground the ball move but him never came off the ball so he's deemed to have maintained possession. They stayed the call with the call which was right. But to me. May be the biggest play of the game is the fourth down play with a minute to go. And it's Navarro Bowman. Who contacts Roddy White on the fourth down play right at five yards legal contact not illegal because it's within that five yard range. And then as Roddy right breaks to -- inside he -- a left -- in and knocks the ball away. That play. To me. What's the 49ers in the Super Bowl in incredible football game and for San Francisco it is on the way to New Orleans and for me. I'm going to I get to go with foxsports.com. And I'm gonna do some interviewing and some tweeting. And we're gonna talk about rule changes -- with our followers on Twitter going to be a fun time in New Orleans just like it's been a fun season.