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Harris vs. Tyree: Here we get into a philosophical question. Is something more memorable based on its singularity or its degree of difficulty? Harris won a playoff game by catching a wild carom of a deflected pass and taking off for the end zone before the Oakland Raiders knew what had happened. Tyree trapped a game-saving pass on his helmet, only after quarterback Eli Manning escaped a fierce pass rush, and held on after a violent hit in the Super Bowl. It's one of the most difficult pass receptions -- preseason, regular season or playoffs -- in NFL history. You didn't ask my opinion, but the unique nature of the Immaculate Reception seems to make it more memorable to me.