1. Hook and Ladder
“Randy Moss’ hook and ladder may be one of the most underrated plays of all time,” Randy_____Marsh wrote on Reddit. This glorious moment came in 2003 when Moss was one of the Minnesota Vikings’ biggest stars. He caught Daunte Culpepper’s 50-yard pass and unleashed the hook-and-ladder to Moe Williams for the touchdown. It was one of the wildest and smoothest plays of the season.
The play came in week seven of the season but still captured iconic status because it was so well-executed. Meanwhile, it’s still mad to consider how good this Vikings team was and the fact that they never won a Super Bowl. Moss and Culpepper were a dynamic duo and two of the best in the positions of their era. To sum up, this is a great play to end this list.