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It's time to let your voice be heard again, Redskins Nation.

Over the next week, fans can vote on the top 100 plays of the 2014 season.

While all 32 teams are represented on the list in a variety of ways, two Redskins plays made the list and will fall somewhere in the top 100.

The first play up is Colt McCoy eluding multiple Colts to find tight end Logan Paulsen for a touchdown:

"They had both of my first reads covered so I really didn't have anybody open," McCoy said of the Colts' defense. "So I tried to make one guy miss and then one guy became three guys and I knew I couldn't take a sack. The smart play probably would have been to throw it away, but at that point in the game, we needed a touchdown, we needed a spark, something. …We found a way in and I'm happy that Logan scored."

The second is DeSean Jackson taking a play action pass from Robert Griffin III only to have Pro Bowler Trent Williams provide an incredible open field block:

Remember to vote for both plays now!




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