Phillip B. Wilson reminds us just how great 88 was with his list of Marvin's five best catches including my fave:
2.) On Nov. 5, 2006 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., the Colts were taking apart the rival New England Patriots when Harrison made what could be argued the best catch of his career. I still can see it. And can’t believe it. The football was behind Harrison, too far behind, but he reaches back across his body with an outstretched left arm and is able to tip it then snag the pass with both hands, and get his feet down in bounds for the score. As punter Hunter Smith said to him on the sideline, “That was nasty!” Harrison couldn’t help but show some emotion after that one and spiked the ball in the face of Patriots LB Mike Vrabel.