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Packers Best Plays 2014: Nominate your favorite plays for our countdown

We need your help to identify the ten best plays of last year.

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Next week, we will continue a tradition that we started last season around this time of year. We will count down the ten best plays of the Green Bay Packers' 2014 season, as voted on by the Acme Packing Company writing staff. However, we need your help.

We will be judging the plays on a series of factors to determine their greatness:

  • Impact on a game or the season as a whole
  • Impressive effort or performance by a group or individual
  • Highlight-reel quality

In deciding on the ten best, we need to know which plays are worthy of consideration. Some plays are obvious in terms of their impact - Aaron Rodgers' fake spike against Miami, for example, or Julius Peppers' strip of DeMarco Murray in the playoffs. The second category of impressive effort or performance would include plays like Aaron Rodgers' pinpoint touchdown pass to Richard Rodgers against Dallas or Randall Cobb's one-handed touchdown reception  against Chicago. Finally, when we think of highlight-reel plays, Eddie Lacy destroying Vikings safety Robert Blanton is the kind of play we think of.

However, these are just a few of the memorable plays that took place during the Packers' 2014 season. We encourage you to join us in the comments and tell us about a few plays that you believe are worthy of consideration in this year's countdown.