Chiefs DT Dontari Poe’s 350-pound, jump-pass touchdown is the NFL’s play of the year

Chiefs defensive tackle Dontari Poe is listed at 346 pounds.

He almost certainly weighs more than that.

You probably don’t notice it in the trenches, but the man has elite athletic ability, and he proved it on Christmas night in the Chiefs’ 33-10 win over the Broncos.

Late in the fourth quarter of a game that was well out of reach for the opponent, Chiefs coach Andy Reid put in Poe at quarterback for a third-down play from the Broncos’ 2-yard line.

Poe has been used by the Chiefs, on occasion, as a goal-line back — usually as a blocker.

But on Sunday, the Chiefs and Poe whipped up something special, something glorious.

They gave us the best play of the 2016 season.

And to think you probably turned this game off to spend time with family or sleep …

Everything about this play is tremendous, and stupendous, and humungous,  but let’s list the ways it is the best:

The situation

You can see the aforementioned down and distance, the score and the time in the video. This whole thing is a big ol’ middle finger from Chiefs coach Andy Reid directly to the Broncos bench.

The game is over.

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