It's an understatement to say this selection comes as a surprise. Jackson was a No. 10 seed before he started busting brackets en route to a final-round win over Steve Young's winding touchdown run. But more than 58 million of you decided it was the greatest play in NFL history, so who are we to argue?
(Actually, we'd totally argue. There's no way this is a better play than the Immaculate Reception, Music City Miracle or David Tyree's Helmet Catch. This is the ugly side of democracy. Hope you are happy.)