Tagged: Defensive Play of the Week

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During the final drive for Oakland, second-year safety Justin Simmons went up and snagged the ball out of the hands of a waiting Amari Cooper at its highest possible point, ending the game and sending the Denver Broncos into the bye week with a 3-1 record.

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Down 24-21, Los Angeles Chargers’ rookie kicker Younghoe Koo had a chance to tie the game as time expired and he nailed it… Just one problem, Broncos head coach Vance Joseph called timeout. Enter the man who was given only a futures contract in the spring, No. 96, Shelby Harris.

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Chris Lewis-Harris, No. 39, found himself beat on the play when 49ers quarterback Brian Hoyer connected with Marquise Goodwin but Goodwin could not haul it in and Lewis-Harris made an acrobatic interception, ripping it away from Goodwin for his first pick in Orange & Blue.

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