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Patriots among nominees for GMC Never Say Never Moment Of The Week
TOM BRADY's rally. THE EAGLES' perseverance. AHMAD BRADSHAW's final-drive running. These are the three finalists for the GMC NEVER SAY NEVER MOMENT OF THE WEEK for games played on October 16-17, the NFL announced today. The GMC NEVER SAY NEVER MOMENT OF THE WEEK is the best moment or play of the week that represents determination and perseverance.
Fans may vote for one of these three moments on NFL.com/gmc beginning immediately following Monday Night Football and ending on Friday at noon ET to determine the GMC NEVER SAY NEVER MOMENT OF THE WEEK. The winner will be announced Friday during NFL Network's "Around the League" show and then posted on NFL.com.
After the regular season, fans will have a chance to determine the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year, from among the 17 weekly winners. Fans can vote for the winner on NFL.com/gmc throughout the month of January.
A closer look at the nominees:
Brady, Patriots rally to beat Cowboys: A lackluster start and a stingy Dallas Cowboys defense kept quarterback TOM BRADY and the explosive New England offense at bay for 57 and a half minutes. But with 2:31 left in the game and his team down by three, Brady marched the Patriots on a 10-play, 80-yard drive that ended with an 8-yard touchdown pass to tight end AARON HERNANDEZ with 22 seconds to go, giving New England a 20-16 victory.
Eagles prevail in divisional game: Riding a four-game losing streak, the Philadelphia Eagles faced the first-place and well-rested Washington Redskins, who were coming off a bye week. But quarterback MICHAEL VICK, running back LE SEAN MC COY and strong safety KURT COLEMAN rose to the occasion. Vick threw for 237 yards and a touchdown, McCoy rushed for 126 yards and a score and Coleman had three interceptions in a 20-13 victory.
Behind Bradshaw, Giants hold off Bills: Giants running back AHMAD BRADSHAW ran for 104 yards and a career-best three touchdowns, but it was his efforts on New York's final drive that propelled the team to victory. Before Bradshaw took center stage, cornerback COREY WEBSTER prevented the Buffalo Bills from taking the lead with an interception at the 4-yard line. Bradshaw then rushed five times for 47 yards to set up kicker LAWRENCE TYNES' game-winning field goal. Read