Top 10 Greatest Forgotten Plays in NFL History | NFL Films




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  1. Hope ricky prohels son, Austin, gets a shot at the nfl. Injuries prevented him from showing how talented he is in his senior year at carolina. Dude is ryan switzer 2.0. Hope he gets a shot.

  2. Being a long, long time Cardinal fan(40+ years) I experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in 2 minutes of game time. In all of my then 43 years of my life, there is no bigger moment where my heart was ripped from my chest when Holmes made that catch especially after my most favorite professional athlete in any sport of all time scored the go ahead TD in the Super Bowl. To this day, when NFL Network replays that game, once Larry crosses the goal line, I turn it off. I haven't watched that game winning Stealer drive since the actual game.

  3. Julio jones amazing Super Bowl 51 catch should be on this list. Cause that was the last play that was great for Falcons! Then the sack and punt and Patriots force overtime! I thought that should have been on this list!

  4. If you are going to add Larry's go ahead TD, then Isaac Bruce's game winning SB TD should be there because most forget that play won the game but most to all remember the tackle

  5. Other forgotten plays:

    1. SB XIV: Nolan Cromwell dropped an INT late in the third quarter that he could have returned for a 50-yard TD. It would have given the Rams a 26-17 lead. However, it was forgotten after Bradshaw dropped two bombs on them to win the game.
    2. 1980 AFC Championship: Charger DT Wilbur Young jumps offsides on a 3rd and 6 with about 5 minutes left. The Raiders convert the 3rd and 1, and go on to NO to face the Eagles.
    3. 1996 AFC Divisional Round: Early in the second quarter, with Denver leading 12-3 (and it being 3rd down), Tory James steps in front of the Jaguar WR (Willie Jackson, I think) and intercepts the ball. However, they called interference (it was a bad call. He slightly grazed the WR, but he was going for the ball), and the Jags went on to score a TD on that drive. If Denver gets that pick, they would have had the ball around the Jacksonville 25. Another TD may have taken the fight out of the young Jags.

  6. They left out the best part of the Bettis story. The fact that Nick Harper's wife stabbed him in the leg with a kitchen knife the day before the Steelers-Colts Game. The forgotten story of the forgotten plays.

  7. History is certainly written by the victors. One play that immediately came to mind when I saw this list was Rob Johnson scrambling with only one shoe on, with less than 30 seconds on the clock, and making a huge completion to set up a last second field goal that would've been a game winner had the next play after that field goal not been the music city miracle.

  8. Not an important game at that point in their season, in their route to winning the super bowl, but one i'll never forget. Saints vs Redskins. Colston was intercepted, and Robert Meachem ran the guy down and ripped the ball clean out of his hands, AND ran it back for a TD. You NEVER see that. It was a first for me. When you think of that season, you think of Hartley's FG against minnesota, the onside kick in the super bowl, or Porter's pick 6. Look it up, that strip by Meachem was legendary

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