Where does Marshawn Lynch’s run rank among best-ever plays?

Marshawn Lynch’s 67-yard touchdown run in the 2010 wild-card playoff game against the defending Super Bowl champion Saints was electrifying. And jaw-dropping. And ground-rumbling. And downright amazing.

It might be the best play in Seahawks history. But where does it rank among the best plays in the history of the National Football League?

NFL.com is staging a “Bracketology” competition where fans will be able to decide the best play from among 64 candidates, including Lynch’s run that ignited seismic activity near CenturyLink Field on that unforgettable Saturday afternoon in January 2011.

Voting for the first-round matchups begins Monday, and you can pick your favorite plays here.

The Seahawks also are on the other end of three plays – Bo Jackson’s 90-yard touchdown run at the Kingdome in 1987; Antwaan Randle El’s TD pass to Hines Ward for the Steelers in Super Bowl XL; and Danny Amendola’s one-handed catch at St. Louis’ Edward Jones Dome in 2010.


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