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Most impressive thing you have seen in a nfl game

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    What's the most impressive thing you have seen in a nfl game?
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    That would be a tough call, I have been watching football for a long damn time. Are you talking about an act of athletisism, or just most impressive statistical performance? Many things Bo Jackson did comes to mind, just the way he ran people over with such brute force.
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    I think I'll leave the question open ended. But when I asked it I had act of athleticism in mind.
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    maybe that earl campbell run where he gets his jersey ripped off. that one always sticks out in my head.
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    The most impressive thing I've ever seen was Brian Urlacher in the "They are who we thought they are" game against Denny Green's Cardinals on MNF. The unbeaten Bears were getting destroyed by Denny's Cardinals. The Cardinals forced six turnovers, did not allow Chicago to score on offense, up by 20-0 at halftime, and controlled the ball for almost 40 minutes. However, Brian Urlacher was possessed when he came out of the locker room at halftime. His stats mainly show 19 tackles, but he had numerous pass breakups and tackles for loss plus the huge forced fumble that was returned for a touchdown.

    Hands down it was the most impressive one-man show that I've seen in my entire life. I wish that I had that entire game on video somewhere.

    My second-place vote is a homer moment, but it was seeing Edgar Bennett make a full layout dive along the left sideline for a Brett Favre pass back in 1995 or 1996. I still have yet to see a running back make that kind of play on a reception. I'm still impressed.
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    Oh yeah, I remember that Bennet catch, that was awesome!
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    ....4th and 26. (smh - :sick: )
    How? - why? - really ?

    Mike Daniels (any big guy) running 30+ yards for a TD ... Dude was cruising up field.
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    Russell Wilson beating the packers with a game ending interception.
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    THE MNF catch. You know with one I mean. If you don't you haven't been a Packer fan all too long.
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    This one:

    or this one?

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    I thought of the second one at first.
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    Steve Young's 6 TD passes in the superbowl
    Freeman's MNF TD
    When Jack Tatum launched his entire body into Earl Campbell headfirst and Campbell still scored
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    Reggie White. Taking a Minny RB (Smith?) and with one arm, throwing him 6-8 feet through the air to knock down QB (moon?)
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    I think that was Cris Carter. I saw that recently on youtube but can't find it now.
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    It was Carter. I asked Carter about it a couple years ago and he got very defensive.
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    This one. The 07 one I didn't see. I was in Iraq at that point.
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    It's not necessarily the most impressive thing I've seen, but maybe the most unbelievable, the Arizona Cardinals, worst team in the league down 17-6 with 2 minutes left, stage an improbable 18-17 comeback win, capped off by an unbelievable 4th and 24 play as Josh McCown somehow found Nathan Poole in the endzone as time expired.

    You go from knowing that your season is over...to it somehow not being over. It was an unbelievable feeling. It's a shame that was the season that had to be ended by 4th and 26.
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    Doug Williams Superbowl win.....
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    "The Comeback"...1993...Frank Reich leading Buffalo to a playoff victory over Houston after being down 32 points in the 3rd. quarter.
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    Didn't realize Driver was on the team way back when.
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    What do you mean? Antonio Freeman made the catch I was talking about. On a side note, apparently that catch has been labeled the "greatest catch in Monday Night Football history"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Freeman
    The quote in question can be found in paragraph 3 of the "Professional Career" section.
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    Driver trailed him in to the end zone.
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    I need to expand my field of view when watching Football games because I didn't even notice when I rewatched it. I do recall Driver being on the team during that time period, the comment just seemed oddly disconnected; no longer though.
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