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Tony Gonzalez Tip Catch!

Atlanta Falcons Tony Gonzalez tips the ball and catches it! Falcons fans have to be happy he is coming back for another year.
@johnlee yea he has gotta... guy was a legend in that uniform
@Goyo Haha yeah I still see him as a Chief. He'll probably enter the HOF with Kansas City right?
@johnlee that was beautiful; i still cant get used to him in a Falcons' uniform though lol
sweet catch
@takashi02 That was extremely close... can't say. I think this was 2 years ago when TDs were not automatically reviewed yet.
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