Here's the order we came up with for the top 10 special-teams plays thus far:
Prater's 28-yard field goal split the uprights as time expired to give Denver a 51-48 win at
The Broncos' special-teams captain earns this spot for a pair of plays he's made thus far. First came a blocked punt against the Ravens that set up a Broncos' touchdown two plays later in the season opener. Then, Bruton accounted for the second-longest play of the game with a 35-yard first-down carry on a fake punt against Jacksonville in Week 6.
Holliday tied his franchise record with a 105-yard kick return touchdown in Denver's Week 4 win. The play gave Denver a 13-3 lead with 5:50 to play in the first quarter. The touchdown was his second of the season and helped propel him to earn the AFC's Special Teams Player of the Month for September.
2: Trindon Holliday's 81-yard punt return touchdown at N.Y. Giants
Holliday recorded his first touchdown of the year as he raced 81 yards for a score against the Giants in Week 2. The touchdown put Denver ahead 38-16 early in the fourth quarter, and the team would go on to earn a 41-23 victory.
The second-year linebacker wasn't accounted for by the Eagles' punt protection and ran straight through the middle of the line unblocked. Johnson then managed to not only block the punt, but also pick it up and return it 17 yards for a touchdown. The play gave Denver a 49-13 lead early in the fourth quarter and the Broncos would end up with a 52-20 victory in Week 4.
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