Wide receiver Randy Moss' 43-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Daunte Culpepper against the New Orleans Saints is among the five Week 6 nominees for the "Levitra's Play of the Week."
The award is presented each Thursday during the NFL regular season to recognize the single most exciting play that week as determined by the fans. Voting is open to the fans each week from Tuesday at Noon ET until Thursday at Noon ET on NFL.com. Each weekly winner will be a finalist for the "Levitra Play of the Year," to be awarded at Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida.
Fans who vote at NFL.com each week can also enter for their chance to win a three-day/two-night trip for two to Jacksonville, Florida to attend Super Bowl XXXIX on February 6, 2005, including round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Brandon Lloyd's diving 23-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Tim Rattay against the Arizona Cardinals was voted last week's winner.
Week #6 Nominees
Lito Sheppard, CB, Philadelphia Eagles — 64-yard interception return for a touchdown
With the Philadelphia Eagles leading the Carolina Panthers 16-0 in the third quarter, cornerback Lito Sheppard intercepted a pass and raced down the left sideline, following a wall of blockers en-route to the end zone. Sheppard would later record his second interception of the game as the undefeated Eagles went on to beat the Panthers 30-8.
Andre Davis, WR, Cleveland Browns — 99-yard pass reception for a touchdown
With Cleveland backed up on its own one-yard line, Browns quarterback Jeff Garcia launched a pass from the back of his end zone that wide receiver Andre' Davis caught in stride. Davis ran untouched into the end zone, scoring the first points of the game in the Browns' 34-17 victory over the AFC North-rival Cincinnati Bengals. Davis' 99-yard catch was the longest play in club history and tied the NFL record.
Randy Moss, WR, Minnesota Vikings, 43-yard touchdown reception
Early in the second quarter of the match-up between the Minnesota Vikings and the New Orleans Saints, Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss caught a 43-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Daunte Culpepper. Moss was able to get both feet in bounds as he made the catch before falling out of the end zone. The Vikings went on to win 38-31.
Byron Leftwich, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars — 14-yard touchdown pass
With the Jacksonville Jaguars trailing the Kansas City Chiefs by two points, Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich completed seven of eight passes on the Jaguars final drive, including a 14-yard strike to wide receiver Cortez Hankton for the game-winning touchdown with 45 seconds to play. Jacksonville won the game 22-16.
Kimo von Oelhoffen, DT, Pittsburgh Steelers, 21-yard fumble recovery
With his team trailing by three late in the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Kimo von Oelhoffen scooped up a Dallas Cowboys' fumble and rumbled 21 yards to set up the eventual game-winning touchdown. On the play Steelers linebacker James Farrior rushed through the offensive line and knocked the ball loose before von Oelhoffen recovered it. With the 24-20 victory, the Steelers improved to 4-1.
Moss' TD Nominated For Play Of The Week
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