Top 5 plays from NFL Week 2

Julio Jones' TD catch against the Giants highlights our list of NFL Week 2 top plays.

| 2 years ago
(AP Photo/Rogelio Solis)

(AP Photo/Rogelio Solis)

Top 5 plays from NFL Week 2

5. DeMarco Murray hurdles Cowboys’ Brandon Carr.

4. Colts’ Mike Adams intercepts the pass intended for Brandon Marshall in the end zone.

3. Jarvis Landry makes a great one handed catch and hangs on to it through a big hit.

2. Falcons’ Julio Jones fully extends and manages to bring the pass in for a catch against the Giants.

1. Seahawks TE Luke Wilson reels in this one-handed catch.


  • Ridgeback

    Danny Amendola’s catch was just on another level.

  • Ross

    Bridgewater’s flip to Peterson while being sacked deserves mention, not so much for athleticism as for poise/presence of mind.

  • KnoxPacker

    Rodger’s TD throw to James Jones was amazing. Across his body, on a rope throw a very small window. Who else can make that throw?

    • Andrew Dempsey

      Nuff said.

  • Jaguars28

    Allen Robinson’s diving grab?

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  • crosseyedlemon

    The star of the second clip isn’t Mike Adams but the Colt lineman that made a great Reggie White style bull rush and just leveled the offensive lineman laying him flat out on his back. That was a thing of beauty.

  • crosseyedlemon

    Hurdling running backs look great on the highlight reel until they blowout a knee. The run by Murray was eerily similar to the one that ended the career of Gale Sayers.

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  • crosseyedlemon

    I enjoy a great reception as much as the next guy but it sucks that all the players today wear gloves. The old timers like Raymond Berry didn’t need gloves to have a HOF career so lets get rid of them.

    • Zach

      And other old timers like Biletnikoff used stick-em which serves the same purpose. Without gloves players would just resort to stuff like that to gain an edge

      • crosseyedlemon

        Roger (who can I fine now) Goodell would let players today use stick-em or something similar if they had no gloves? That’s funny!

    • bobrulz

      Who cares???

  • Felipe Resende

    Amendola’s catch?

  • bobrulz

    Both the interception by Aqib Talib and the interception by Malcom Butler were incredible.