The night before Super Bowl XLIX, the NFL will salute its best players and plays from the 2014 season with "NFL Honors," a star-studded football and entertainment event hosted by Seth Meyers from Symphony Hall at the Phoenix Convention Center. Here's the broadcasting information for Saturday night's festivities:
» 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network: Red carpet coverage
» 9 p.m. ET on NBC: 4th Annual NFL Honors
One of the awards that will be presented: Play of the Year. There are 32 nominees, all of which you can view by clicking here. Which play gets your vote?
- Judy Battista @JudyBattista
No other play rocked the sporting world like Odell Beckham Jr.'s stunning grab
How is this even a question? Were you not watching Odell Beckham Jr. in Week 12? There have certainly been more impactful plays -- the Giants, after all, didn't even beat the Cowboys that night -- but no play in recent memory has put a player on the map, has caused such an explosion of interest and, heck, might have even saved a few jobs, like Beckham's amazing, bending, one-handed, three-fingered, while-being-interfered-with masterpiece. The best part: There should be more where that came from.
- Brian Billick @CoachBillick
St. Louis' punt return was mind-bendingly awesome
My vote goes to the so-called "Special Teams Psych Out." Odell Beckham's catch was certainly jaw-dropping, but the play design and execution of the Rams' punt return was extraordinary -- and it took all 11 guys to pull it off. Kudos to John Fassel for drawing it up and to Jeff Fisher for actually calling it.
- Gregg Rosenthal @GreggRosenthal
John Brown's game-winning grab perfectly summed up the Cardinals' season
John Brown's game-winner against Philadelphia was my Play of the Year. It was an absolutely perfect throw and a better catch to win a game that Arizona had no business winning. It nicely encapsulates Arizona's entire logic-defying season in one moment.