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Seattle Seahawks Strong Safety Kam Chancellor, Wide Receiver Ricardo Lockette Highlight 'Play of the Year' Nominees at

Two Seahawks highlights are up for 'Play of the Year' at

Two Seahawks plays from the 2015 regular season are up for 'Play of the Year' at

Kam Chancellor's game-saving forced fumble of Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson in Week 4 and Ricardo Lockette's 40-yard touchdown catch against the Carolina Panthers in Week 6 are up against 30 other highlight plays from around the League for the annual honor.

Chancellor's effort helped preserve a 13-10 Seahawks win at CenturyLink Field, as the strong safety jarred the ball from Johnson's hands at the 1-yard-line on what was ultimately the Lions' last possession of the game. Lockette's score against the Panthers put Seattle up 17-7 in an eventual 27-23 loss, but the way the touchdown was set up is why it's on's list of 2015's top plays. Running back Marshawn Lynch took a pitch from quarterback Russell Wilson toward the right side of the field before tossing the football back to Wilson, who heaved the ball 40 yards toward the end zone where Lockette out-leapt Carolina defensive back Kurt Coleman for the score.

Fans can vote as many times as they'd like at, but must vote for five plays at a time. The winning play will be revealed the night before Super Bowl 50 during NFL Honors, a two-hour primetime awards special that will air nationally on CBS. Coverage begins at 6 p.m. PT on Saturday, Feb. 6.

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