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The biggest play of Super Bowl LIII was made possible by Patriots backup QB Brian Hoyer. The play was actually made by Stephon Gilmore, who corralled a duck from Jared Goff for an interception that all but wrapped up a 13-3 win for the Patriots. But, if not for Hoyer, New England defensive coordinator Brian Flores may have never called the blitz that forced Goff to just throw it up for grabs and Gilmore may have never used the technique that helped him make the play.

Source: USA Today