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Green or Simon? Vote on TSN's CFL Play of the Year Final

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TSN.ca Staff
11/19/2013 4:10:05 PM
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After besting some truly great plays through TSN's CFL POY bracket, Montreal's S.J. Green and Saskatchewan's Geroy Simon have made it through to the final match of the 2013 TSN CFL POY. Both players made incredible catches, sacrificing their bodies to make the play.

Ultimately it is up to you, the fans, to decide which play will be crowned our champion. Read the play breakdowns below and then make sure you go vote!

S.J. Green

Looking to grow the lead over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, new Montreal Alouettes starter Troy Smith turned to the right guy for a circus catch in veteran SJ Green.

Already up 14-0 over the Tiger-Cats early in the second quarter in their Week 18 matchup in Guelph, Smith, a CFL rookie, lined up in the shotgun at the Ticats' 40 yard line, surveying the field. Smith's 13-yard pass was a little off target but it didn't matter as Green laid out to make a spectacular one-handed catch. The Als receiver used quick reflexes in diving to his right and snatching the ball with his right hand before securing it against his body and falling to the ground.

Geroy Simon

It was a free play for the Saskatchewan Roughriders after the Toronto Argonauts jumped offside, and Geroy Simon took full advantage with a circus catch for a first down. Up 20-12 late in the first half in Week 12, Roughriders QB Darian Durant took the snap in the shotgun from Saskatchewan's own 35 yard line. The QB throws it 25 yards over the middle to his future Hall of Fame receiver Simon, who makes an incredible one-handed catch. As impressive as the catch itself was, Simon held onto the ball while taking a punishing blow from Argonauts safety Matt Black. Topped off with a signature Geroy Simon ball flip, it was a huge first down and highlight reel play for the Green Riders. Superman's still got it.

Who will take the final match of the 2013 TSN CFL POY and wear the crown? The choice is yours, so vote now!




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