I like to watch the beastquake every month or so, it's the greatest single play I've ever seen in football, and Mike Mayock's call on the replay was perfect.
Anyway, a couple things stood out when watching it repeatedly this morning instead of working.
1. Almost everyone is gone. Marshawn, Okung, and Robinson are the only guys left from the play.
2. Tyler Polumbus laying a block 65 yards from the line of scrimmage. The entire play was just a beautiful example of extreme effort leading to something magical, but to see your RG on the play, a guy who is 6'8 300lbs, run for 60+ yards and then lay a block was something I can't imagine we'll ever see again from an offensive lineman.
Barry Sanders vs the Cowboys, Bo Jackson's two vs the Broncos (much better runs than vs the Hawks) and Steve Young vs the Vikings could be argued to be better plays by the individual ball carriers, but the all out effort by the team as a whole makes this, in my opinion, the best play ever, and it perfectly sums up why I love being a Seattle Seahawks fan.