Antrel Rolle’s amazing deflection interception or Seattle’s tip drill pick, which did you like better?

Kevin Kaduk
Shutdown Corner

Interceptions played a big role during Sunday's slate of NFL action. If it wasn't Baltimore's Joe Flacco throwing five or Chicago's Jay Cutler throwing three, it was Arizona's Patrick Peterson and Seattle's Richard Sherman steering their teams toward victory with picks at crucial points of the game.

Then there was the pair of flat-out entertaining interceptions that the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks came up with after unbelievable deflections.

First, check out the unbelievable interception that somehow ended up in the arms of Antrel Rolle. Shutdown Corner's own Anwar Richardson called it an "early play of the year" candidate" and it's hard to disagree given that the ball somehow went off Jamaal Charles' foot before caroming its way between Rolle and teammate Mark Herzlich.

Then there was Seattle's first-half interception of Houston quarterback Matt Schaub, which touched four Seahawks defenders before landing in the arms of Earl Thomas.

Seriously, it was a play that'd make most college volleyball teams awfully proud.

So, which one did you like better? Rolle's physics-defying interception? Or Seattle's ballhawking, tip-drill teamwork?

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