The Buffalo Bills Top Plays of 2008: Featuring Roscoe, Beast Mode, even Moorman

Kyle RichardsonCorrespondent IJuly 20, 2009

ORCHARD PARK, NY - SEPTEMBER 7:  Roscoe Parrish #11 of the Buffalo Bills carries the ball during the game against the Seattle Seahawks on September 7, 2008 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. ( Photo by: Rick Stewart/Getty Images)

The top plays from last season were recently published on a video on

Watching them gets me pumped up for the season every time.

My top ten from last season:

1. Roscoe's punt return for TD in the season opener at home versus the Seahawks. He juked out the entire Seahawks special teams.

2. Lee Evans catch against the helmet in week six versus the Chargers. Simply amazing...David Tyree-esque.

3. Marshawn Lynch's catch-and-score on MNF versus the Cleveland Browns. He threw down/juked more than five defenders.

4. The fake field goal TD pass from Brian Moorman to Ryan Denney in the season opener. How was he so wide-open?

5. Leodis McKelvin's kick return versus the Browns on MNF. It came at the perfect time, right when the Bills needed it. Too bad we couldn't generate any offense that night.

6. Lee Evans 80+ yards TD catch versus the Cardinals. He's the best in the game at long TD catches.

7. McGee's rip-away interception versus the Seahawks. He just read the route perfectly.

8. Fred Jackson carrying Jets in the end-zone for a TD. Determination defined.

9. James Hardy's winning TD catch in the corner of the end-zone versus the Jaguars early in the season. One of two of his TD catches last season. Hope to see more this year.

10. Trent Edwards head-first diving touchdown versus the Chiefs. Just when everyone was questioning his toughness, he goes out and runs for two TDs.

What's your top five?