EAST RUTHERFORD NJ - SEPTEMBER 19: Darrelle Revis #24 of the New York Jets defends against Randy Moss #81 of the New England Patriots during their game on September 19 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)
We're back for our second "Pulse of the Pulpit: Play of the Game Series." Before we get to this week's candidates, lets look at how the polling turned out last week:
First Place (46%): Brandon Tate's 97 Yard Kick Return Touchdown to Open 2nd Half
Second Place (32%): 59 yard pick-six by #59 Gary Guyton
Nominees for this week after the jump!
This week, due to the fact that I don't feel like reviewing the game (I wonder why), we're going to make the polling really quite simple for you. I think we all know what the play of the week is:
Randy Moss' 2nd quarter touchdown catch will certainly go down as one the greatest catches of his Hall-of-Fame career. The catch was not only significant because it gave the Patriots a seven point lead with less than two minutes before half, but because Randy essentially showed up Darrelle, after all of the smack-talking that had been going on between the two all week. Here's the video for your viewing pleasure:
Aaron Hernandez' 46 Yard Catch and Run
Yeah, this was a nice play. But did you see Randy Moss' catch?
Okay, go vote. And I think you know my pick.
What was the Patriots' week two play of the week?
Randy Moss' one handed touchdown catch with Darrelle Revis in coverage (400 votes)
Aaron Hernandez' catch and run (33 votes)
Tom Brady's "duck" and throw (19 votes)
Gerard Warren's 2nd half sack on Mark Sanchez (9 votes)
I'm not choosing Randy Moss out of spite, therefore I'm selecting this option (41 votes)
502 total votes