The season didn’t end the way we wanted to, but we can still end the year on a high note by reliving the best moments from the 2015 football season. The record may not have reflected much positive change, but these highlights might help.
Deciding the #1 play wasn’t easy. Picking any play to beat Boom’s season-opening touchdown is difficult, because Boom’s touchdown is the kind of play fans will remember years from now. However, linemen are under-appreciated and deserve plenty of praise for displaying outstanding feats of athleticism. I could not have been more proud when the podcast crew picked C.J. Johnson’s incredible interception vs. Charlotte as the #1 Play of the Year.
We only experienced one really good year from C.J., but plays like this will make it a memorable one. He never really looked the part of “elite SEC defensive tackle,” but he put up the numbers to prove he deserves to be in the conversation. Hopefully this year has given him the opportunity to play on Sundays. If he’s making plays like this, why not?