Plays of the decade: Polls still open asked its readers last week to select the best offensive, defensive and specials teams plays of the past decade, and the votes have been rolling in.

Balloting will continue through Wednesday, so time is running out to make your voice heard.

On offense, three members of the just-announced NFL All-Decade team for the 2000s had a hand – not to mention feet – in the top vote-getter to this point: Shaun Alexander’s 88-yard touchdown run against the Cardinals in 2005, which was aided by blocks from left tackle Walter Jones and left guard Steve Hutchinson.

Marcus Trufant’s 78-yard interception return for a touchdown in the 2007 playoff win over Redskins and Jordan Babineaux pulling down QB/holder Tony Romo after he dropped the snap on a potential game-winning field goal in the 2006 playoff win over the Cowboys have generated a higher percentage of the votes for defensive and special teams plays – if not as many votes as Alexander’s long run.

So take the time now to read the stories and cast your votes, before it’s too late.

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