2. Dan Marino's "Clock Play" in 1995.

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000199" title="New York Jets" href="/topic/sports/football/new-york-jets-ORSPT000199.topic">Jets</a>' 8-yard line. Thirty seconds left. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000189" title="Miami Dolphins" href="/topic/sports/football/miami-dolphins-ORSPT000189.topic">Dolphins</a> trail, 24-21, and line up as if to spike the ball and stop the clock. "Use it now!" back-up quarterback Bernie Kosar said to Marino through the helmet radio. "Go for the rookie!" Marino pretends to spike the ball, then throws a touchdown to Mark Ingram, who actually was covered well by rookie <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT002614" title="Aaron Glenn" href="/topic/sports/aaron-glenn-PESPT002614.topic">Aaron Glenn</a>.
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( JOHN CURRY, S-S / August 9, 2005 )

Jets' 8-yard line. Thirty seconds left. Dolphins trail, 24-21, and line up as if to spike the ball and stop the clock. "Use it now!" back-up quarterback Bernie Kosar said to Marino through the helmet radio. "Go for the rookie!" Marino pretends to spike the ball, then throws a touchdown to Mark Ingram, who actually was covered well by rookie Aaron Glenn.

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