In the NFL the most exciting plays often consist of Hail-Mary type distance plays, kick-off returns, and long runs. It is always interesting to see whether the ball-carrier has the speed and endurance to outraces all of his pursuers on the way to the endzone.
However, it is very rare to see a play where a tight-end, in this case Benjamin Watson, comes out of literally no-where, and destroys Champ Bailey before he can score a TD.
While Bailey had eluded being tackled by Kevin Faulk and Tom Brady, neither his blockers nor he could see, second-year tight-end before it was too late. Check out the video below: