Ferguson's 40-yard Touchdown Reception Nominated For NFL Play Of The Week

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Robert Ferguson's 40-yard touchdown reception form Brett Favre against the San Diego Chargers is among the five week fifteen nominees for the "NFL Play of the Week - Presented by LEVITRA - (vardenafil HCI) - introduced by the NFL this season.

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, exclusively on NFL.com.

Each weekly winner will be a finalist for the "NFL Play of the Week - Presented by LEVITRA" - to be awarded at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, Texas. Fans who vote at NFL.com each week can also be entered into a sweepstakes that will send one lucky winner and a guest to Super Bowl XXXVIII in February.

Green Bay Packers cornerback Mike McKenzie's 90-yard interception-return touchdown against the Chicago Bears was last week's winner as voted by the fans at NFL.com.

For details and video of this week's nominees, past winners and the results of fan voting, log onto NFL.com.

Week #15 Nominees

Robert Ferguson, WR - Green Bay Packers - 40-yard touchdown reception form Brett Favre

With 11:31 remaining in the fourth quarter and his team trailing by four, the Packers veteran wide receiver catches a 40-yard touchdown pass from Brett Favre to give his team a 24-21 lead. Both of Ferguson's catches on the day went for touchdowns as the Packers moved into an 8-6 tie with the Vikings atop the NFC North.

Charles Tillman, CB - Chicago Bears - Game-saving interception

With 1:02 remaining in the game and Chicago clinging to a 13-10 lead, the Bears six-foot two-inch rookie cornerback goes airborne and uses one hand to grab a touchdown pass away from Pro Bowl receiver Randy Moss for a game-saving interception in the end zone. Tillman's fourth career interception ensured fellow rookie Rex Grossman of his first career win as Bears quarterback.

Rudi Johnson, RB - Cincinnati Bengals - 49-yard touchdown run

On fourth and one in the snow, the Bengals running back runs 49-yards down the right sideline for the first of his two touchdowns on the day. Johnson carried the ball 21 times for 174 yards as the Bengals won a 41-38 thriller over the 49ers. With the win, the Bengals moved back into the AFC North division lead with an 8-6 record.

Torry Holt, WR - St. Louis Rams - 40-yard touchdown reception from Marc Bulger

In the second quarter of the Rams NFC West clinching win over the Seahawks, Holt makes a shoe-string 40-yard touchdown catch on a pass from Marc Bulger. Holt's six catches added up to his team record ninth 100-yard receiving games of the season. Holt also became the first Ram to be nominated for the - "NFL Play of the Week - Presented by LEVITRA".

Mark Campbell, TE - Buffalo Bills - 6-yard touchdown reception from Drew Bledsoe

With the Bills trailing by eight points late in the fourth quarter, the Buffalo tight end caps an eight-play 81-yard drive by making a diving 6-yard touchdown reception of a Drew Bledsoe pass. Campbell's fourth catch of the day brought the Bills to within two points and set Buffalo up for a game-tying, two-point conversion attempt.

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