GREEN BAY—The votes are in with one more to be cast.
Our “Signature Snaps” series has allowed you, the fans, to select your favorite running, passing, defensive and special teams plays from the 2012 season. Those top vote-getters are now candidates for our play of the year, and they are presented here:
A sparkplug out of the backfield for the Packers late in the season, Harris got a great block from
Passing play: Donald Driver, 26-yard TD vs. Chicago, Week 2
This was the first catch of Driver’s final season, and his most significant. It came one play after a
Daniels was Johnny-on-the-spot when the ball slipped out of Stafford’s hand and lay harmlessly on the turf in the second quarter of a prime-time contest. The rookie defensive lineman didn’t just fall on it, though. He showed his athleticism by scooping it up and rumbling all the way to a Lambeau Leap, making the key play in the Packers’ comeback from an early 14-0 deficit. Daniels became the first rookie Packers defensive lineman to return a fumble for a TD since 1941.
Special teams play:
On fourth-and-26 – a down and distance that became forever a part of Packers lore in the 2003 playoffs in Philadelphia – Crabtree took a shovel pass from holder
Be sure to watch the video and vote for your play of the year in the poll.