NFL.com's quest to determine the greatest play in NFL history has reached the finals. I'm done trying to guess how this "Bracketology" shindig will turn out because I thought Marshawn Lynch's Beast Mode would prevail, but it got trounced in the semifinals.
According to our faithful voters, the two greatest plays in NFL history are DeSean Jackson's punt return touchdown to beat the New York Giants and Steve Young's winding, scrambling score against the Minnesota Vikings in 1988.
I'm torn. Neither play really feels like the greatest play in NFL history, and it seems bizarre to give DeSean Jackson, of all players, the honor. But considering the dramatic last-second nature of the play, Jackson's return would be my pick here.
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