January 20, 2021, 21:11

NFL Play of Week 13: Vote for your favourite from our top five

NFL Play of Week 13: Vote for your favourite from our top five

We've picked out five of the best plays from Week 13 in the NFL – vote for your favourite now!

Vote for your favourite play from Week 13 in the NFL!

Click on the video above to watch our pick of the top five best plays from the weekend’s action and then vote for your favourite from the five options below…

A) TARIK COHEN – punt return TD, 49ers @ Bears

You’re going the wrong way! Or, maybe not… Cohen seemed to trick the entirety of the San Francisco defense when scoring on this stunning 75-yard punt return touchdown.

B) DEAN LOWRY – 62-yard fumble return for TD, Buccaneers @ Packers

The Lambeau Leap alone from Lowry is well worth a mention, even ignoring his hustle for this 62-yard score off a fumble recovery for the Pack.

C) ALEC OGLETREE – 41-yard pick six, Rams @ Cardinals

Blink and you’ll miss it, but somehow Ogletree manages to cling on at point-blank range for this interception of Blaine Gabbert before taking it 41 yards to the house, somersaulting his way in.

D) EVAN ENGRAM – one-handed catch, Giants @ Raiders

Odell Beckham Jr has been injured for months now, but Engram was obviously harnessing the spirit of his team-mate with this special one-handed catch on Sunday against the Raiders.

E) CARSON WENTZ – 51-yard pass, Eagles @ Seahawks

While Wentz couldn’t deliver his team another W this weekend, he did continue his own impressive personal campaign, with this completion to Nelson Agholor mid-hit the standout from his Sunday night efforts.

Highlights of the clash between the Seattle Seahawks and the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 13 of the NFL.

We’ll bring you the best plays of every week in the NFL for you to vote on like above, so check back in on Tuesday next week to see the very best Week 14 has to offer.

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