Green Bay Packers tight end Richard Rodgers catches the winning touchdown with no time remaining during Green Bay's amazing 27-23 victory over Detroit on Dec. 3, 2015, making it one of the greatest receptions of the Super Bowl era.
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Nov. 29, 2015: Odell Beckham of the New York Giants scores a fourth-quarter touchdown past cornerback Will Blackmon of the Washington Redskins.
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In SI.com's midseason report for the 2015 season, the play of the year honor was given to this unbelievable catch by Gary Barnidge, in which the Cleveland tight end secured an 18-yard touchdown pass with the use of his left ankle, calfs, knees and thighs, while lying prone on the ground.
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2014: Jermaine Kerse’s juggling catch inside the 5-yard line, which nearly won the Super Bowl for Seattle against the Patriots.
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2014: Odell Beckham's one-hand TD catch for the Giants vs. Dallas.
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2013: Calvin Johnson outjumps three Cincinnati defenders in end zone for a 50-yard TD for Detroit.
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2011: Mario Manningham sideline catch for the Giants in Super Bowl 46.
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2011: Chiefs’ Dwayne Bowe’s juggling one-handed TD catch vs. Indianapolis.
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2010: Randy Moss 34-yard one-hand TD catch in the Patriots game against the Jets.
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2008: Santonio Holmes tiptoe catch to win Super Bowl 43 for Pittsburgh.
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2007: David Tyree's helmet catch for the Giants in their Super Bowl 42 upset of the undefeated Patriots.
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2003: Joe Jurevicous's seven-yard TD catch in which he tipped the ball to himself vs. the Eagles.
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2000: Antonio Freeman’s roll-over catch off a deflection by Vikings DB Chris Dishman. The grab resulted in 43-yard TD to beat Minnesota in overtime.
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2000: Jumbo Elliott’s tumbling, juggling 2-yard catch on a tackle-eligible play that helped the Jets tie Miami 37-37 in a game they trailed 30-7. The Jets won in overtime.
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2000: Ravens’ Shannon Sharpe catches 58-yard TD pass that bounces off Denver defenders in a first-round playoff game.
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1999: Ricky Proehl’s leaping end-zone catch on a 30-yard TD pass from Kurt Warner. It provided the winning points in the Rams’ NFC title game playoff win over Tampa Bay.
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1998: 49ers Terrell Owens hangs on to winning 25-yard TD pass in the final eight seconds despite being clobbered by three Packers defenders in the first-round playoff game.
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1986: Phil McConkey catches ricochet six-yard pass off Mark Bavaro for TD in the Super Bowl vs. Denver.
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1981: Dwight Clark's jumping catch in the NFC title game between San Francsico and Dallas.
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1980: John Jefferson one-hand diving catch in the back of the endzone vs. Oakland.
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1979: John Stallworth’s over-the-head grab on a 73-yard TD pass that gave the Steelers the lead for good in the fourth quarter of their Super Bowl XIV victory over the Rams.
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1977: Dave Casper’s “Ghost to the Post” over-the-head catch that set up the tying field goal in Oakland’s 37-31 OT playoff win over Baltimore.
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1977: Butch Johnson's diving TD catch for Dallas vs. Denver in Super Bowl XII.
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1975: Lynn Swann's juggling 53-yard catch in Super Bowl X vs. Dallas.
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1975: Dallas’ Drew Pearson catches the ball on his hip for a 50-yard TD pass with 24 seconds left to defeat the Vikings in the divisional playoffs.
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1974: Clarence Davis “Sea of Hands” catch gives Oakland a last-second playoff win over two-time champion Miami.
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1972: Franco Harris's “Immaculate Reception” vs. Oakland
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1966: Max McGee's one-handed catch; the Super Bowl’s first TD.
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