Fans can vote for five of the nominees at www.nfl.com/playoftheyear and the winning play will be revealed during “NFL Honors” as the Bridgestone Performance Play of the Year the night before Super Bowl 50. The two-hour prime-time awards special will air nationally Feb. 6 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.
Tennessee is second with three plays nominated, while nine teams — Arizona, Baltimore, Carolina, Green Bay, Minnesota, New England, the New York Giants, St. Louis and Seattle — had two plays each.
The Dolphins’ nominated plays were titled “Miller time”; “Jukin Jarvis for the TD”; “Landry copies Beckham’s one-handed style”; and “Parker pulls it out.”
The Dolphins were the opponents for two of the nominated plays: New York Jets running back Chris Ivory’s touchdown run at MetLife Stadium, and Beckham’s toe-dragging touchdown catch in the Monday night game at Sun Life Stadium.