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    What was the greatest play of the year so far?

    Still some important games left, so we could still see the best. I was rewatching the highlight of Luck's TD against the Chiefs.....taking into account significance within the game, style, difficulty, amazingness....was this the best play of the year so far?


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    Romo's choke int against the Packers.

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    Rodgers to Cobb td on 4th and 8 with half a min to go to vault gb into the playoffs

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    my favorite was rodgers to cobb, but thats coming from a packers fan
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Still some important games left, so we could still see the best. I was rewatching the highlight of Luck's TD against the Chiefs.....taking into account significance within the game, style, difficulty, amazingness....was this the best play of the year so far?

    Hard to argue that this isn't the greatest play so far. Lucky that the ball bounced the way it did, but the fact that Luck was able to track, recover and then score with it is all him.

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    Cobb from the Rodgers
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    Of the ones listed I think it's a Rodgers to Cobb.

    I was trying to find a bunch of them together as a refresher but am not having any luck.

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    4th and 8 easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerellh528 View Post
    Rodgers to Cobb td on 4th and 8 with half a min to go to vault gb into the playoffs
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    my favorite was rodgers to cobb, but thats coming from a packers fan
    Quote Originally Posted by Brewer94 View Post
    Cobb from the Rodgers
    The significance of that play was huge, but it's still Cobb beating some weak coverage. The play by Luck was just so split second heads up play. So good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    The significance of that play was huge, but it's still Cobb beating some weak coverage. The play by Luck was just so split second heads up play. So good.
    he didnt beat any coverage....

    Conte didnt know they switched to the man blitz and kept playing his zone. he was wide open and the help defender couldnt get there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewer94 View Post
    Cobb from the Rodgers
    4th and 26 was better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    4th and 26 was better.

    Oooh, got me. What exactly did the Eagles do with that? Nothing- kind of a theme- eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewer94 View Post
    Oooh, got me. What exactly did the Eagles do with that? Nothing- kind of a theme- eh?
    Little more than the packers did with 4th and 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    The significance of that play was huge, but it's still Cobb beating some weak coverage. The play by Luck was just so split second heads up play. So good.
    Or how about Kuhn making a huge block on Peppers to allow Rodgers to make the throw? I suppose that is discounted because Peppers had a down year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDawk4Prez View Post
    Little more than the packers did with 4th and 8.
    That game was their Super Bowl this year and almost all Packers fans agree. They shouldn't have been in that place to begin with. They were playing with house money. Philly on the other hand? What the hell do they have? The city itself is best known for Cheese Cake and a Sandwich before you even think about the football team and even then their not that good.
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