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Did Santonio Holmes get the 2nd Foot down?

I was watching Live Wire - Super Bowl XLIII on NFL Network this afternoon.  The NFL Films piece had some great footage of Santonio Holmes final touchdown catch to get the win for Pittsburgh, great angle, no blurriness.

Although it's moot now, the footage might be too good.  It looked like Holmes got his left toe down but his right toe was sitting on the back on his left foot instead of touching the turf before falling out of bounds. 

Anyways, it's something interesting to watch because the replays during the game were never conclusive to what happened.  If they replay the episode again, check out Live Wire and judge for yourself because the footage is fantastic.

 

Live Wire Episdoe Descritpion:

Super Bowl XLIII Edition: NFL Network gives viewers the ultimate insider access; letting them listen in on players and coaches during the game on the field. Award-winning NFL Films crews capture exclusive on-field and off-field sound from around the league.

 

Update:

Someone posted a pirated version on YouTube.  Around the 4:34 mark you get a perfect angle of his back foot.  Look it up while it's still posted.  To bad this copy isn't in HD.

SB: Steelers vs Cards

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