Arguably the most memorable play of the Denver Broncos season came when Tim Tebow threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas on the first play in overtime to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wildcard round of the playoffs.
Now the helmet that Thomas wore when making that catch has a place in Canton. Yes, the helmet rests in the NFL Hall of Fame because the league likes to keep record-breaking memorabilia on display. The play was the longest scoring play in NFL playoff overtime history. The play took just 11 seconds off the clock which also makes it the shortest overtime in playoff history.
Congratulations to the Broncos for getting more orange and blue into the Hall of Fame.