New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw scored the final go-ahead points of Super Bowl XLVI. Sounds like a dream right? What makes the play especially memorable was Bradshaw's awkward reluctance to reach the end zone. Was it the strangest score in Super Bowl history?

How can Ahmad Bradshaw score the biggest touchdown of his life, and yet not mean to? In the end, the Giants held on to defeat the New England Patriots 21-17. His butt fall into the end-zone is a memorable play from an unusual Super Bowl.

Joe Posnanski, NFL writer for, breaks down Bradshaw's score and explains how it put to rest an odd Super Bowl. Click here to read his reasoning.