Vikings 38, Bills 14: Bills Week 13 Game Ball

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This should be fun.

There have been five game balls so far this season. Past winners have been C.J. Spiller, Drayton Florence, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Stevie Johnson along with a group of fans. Since giving the game ball to Drayton Florence would be too repetitive for me, I'm giving this week's game ball to Arthur Moats.

On the third play of the game, Moats hit Brett Favre so hard he may have ended his consecutive starts streak at 297. He forced Favre into the shortest outing of his Hall of Fame career. The ball popped into the air on the hit and gave Florence his first interception of the game.

Later in the game, when Paul Posluszny had quarterback Tarvaris Jackson in his grasp but the QB was still fighting and wanted to throw the ball away. With Moats bearing down on him, Jackson decided to just go to the turf. Poz was credited with the sack but the presence of Moats is probably what turned it from an incompletion to a sack.

Florence made a great play on a Tarvaris pass to Greg Camarillo for his pick-six but Moats possibly ending the longest consecutive start streak in NFL history with a clean hit is worth rewarding.

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