NFL March Madness: No. 3 'Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It' vs. No. 6 'Bryce Brown Is Gone'

Jamie Sabau

Based only on juke moves, Andrew Hawkins would win in a landslide, but according to Jon Gruden, this play by Brown gave the city of Philadelphia life. Vote now.

South Region -- First Round

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(3) Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It

vs.

(6) Bryce Brown Is Gone

(3) Andrew Hawkins Gets Shifty With It

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This 50-yard Andrew Hawkins touchdown gets bonus points for sheer absurdity. After a nice escape from Andy Dalton, Hawkins made at least three Browns look absolutely ridiculous, without any of the three actually laying a finger on him. T.J. Ward took the worst of it for Cleveland as he appeared to have Hawkins lined up before a juke move sent him sliding to the turf grabbing at air.

So much lateral quickness.

(6) Bryce Brown Is Gone

Watch the play at NFL.com.

If the Carolina Panthers learned anything on this 65-yard touchdown run by Bryce Brown, it was probably that arm tackles are not very effective.

After running through the hole, Brown proved to be hard to bring down. Sherrod Martin reached out an arm, but did little to phase Brown. Charles Godfrey had a better shot, but Brown was able to step out of his tackle attempt. Josh Norman was finally able to bring Brown down, but not until he dove into the endzone for the touchdown.

Who has your vote?

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