Our balloting on the most memorable plays in the history of each team in the NFL will conclude on Friday.
The three Oilers/Titans candidates: Mike Renfro’s non-catch on what should have been a TD in Pittsburgh in the 1979 AFC Championship Game; The Music City Miracle that beat Buffalo in the 1999 playoffs; Kevin Dyson’s desperate, unsuccessful lunge for the end zone and a last-play tie in Super Bowl XXXIV.
The Titans are popular in the Rams’ poll: Two of the three candidates for most memorable play in that franchise's history are from Super Bowl XXXIV. Isaac Bruce caught a 73-yard touchdown pass from Kurt Warner that proved the winning score. And Dyson’s fruitless stretch is known as “The Tackle” by Mike Jones in St. Louis.
The Titans are also part of the ballots for Baltimore and Buffalo.
For the Ravens, Ray Lewis’ stealing a pass from Eddie George when the Ravens upset the Titans in the 2000 playoffs is one of the three candidates.
For the Bills, the Music City Miracle is on the list.
Feel free to go cast votes in those, and all the polls, before they close.