Saints Nation’s Top 10 Plays of the 2012 Season: #4 – Malcom Jenkins Catching Vincent Jackson from Behind

At one point we all felt like this play might be the defining moment of 2012 and the play that would turn around the Saints' season. Unbelievable effort here by Jenkins, and an example to all sports players that when you don't quit amazing things can happen. Of course, this play isn't as awesome if the Saints don't stop the Bucs on 4th down after three tries from the 1, but that is exactly what happened and the Bucs ended that drive with no points. Jenkins had a huge helping hand in that stop as well, with a tackle behind the line of scrimmage on a goal line carry, and good coverage on the 4th down pass.

Previous entries:

#5 Ivory beast run vs. Falcons

#6 Patrick Robinson's 98 yard INT return of Michael Vick

#7 Lance Moore's Catch vs. Panthers

#8 Patrick Robinson pushes Mike Williams Out of Bounds for the win

#9 Blocked punt by Martez Wilson and recovery/TD by Courtney Roby

#10 Devery Henderson's one handed grab 

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