NFL Play of the Year Award
Presented byNational Football League, Bridgestone
CountryUnited States
First awarded2011
Currently held byMiami Dolphins

The NFL Play of the Year Award, presented as the Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year, is a National Football League award. It was first awarded in 2011, at the inaugural NFL Honors awards show. From 2012 onward, Bridgestone became the presenter of the award, which has since been annually presented at the NFL Honors.


Year Player Position Team Play Ref
2011 Randall Cobb Wide receiver Green Bay Packers 108-yard kickoff return touchdown vs. New Orleans Saints [1]
2012 Ray Rice Running back Baltimore Ravens Shovel pass to convert on 4th & 29 vs. San Diego Chargers [2]
2013 Calvin Johnson Wide receiver Detroit Lions Leaping catch in end zone in triple coverage vs. Cincinnati Bengals
2014 Odell Beckham Jr. Wide receiver New York Giants One-handed touchdown catch while falling backwards vs. Dallas Cowboys
2015 Aaron Rodgers and Richard Rodgers Quarterback and tight end Green Bay Packers "Miracle in Motown": Game-winning Hail Mary pass as time expires vs. Detroit Lions
2016 Mike Evans Wide receiver Tampa Bay Buccaneers One-handed catch where the ball was delivered high and slightly behind. Evans instinctually managed to get two feet down along the sideline and Evans absorbed a vicious hit and somehow held onto the ball. This happened while playing the Atlanta Falcons, who had gone to Super Bowl LI (51) [3]
2017 Case Keenum and Stefon Diggs Quarterback and Wide receiver Minnesota Vikings "Minneapolis Miracle": Case Keenum threw a 61-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs as time expired in the divisional playoff game against the New Orleans Saints. The play marked the first game-winning touchdown on the final play of the fourth quarter in NFL postseason history. [4]


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