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Vote for the Browns' top play of 2014

We whetted your appetite last week by showing you our picks for the Browns' top 10 plays of 2014.

Now, it's your turn.

We couldn't reach a decision on which one was the best, but we're confident you can. Re-watch the highlights and cast your vote for the No. 1 play of the season. The winner will be unveiled on the Jan. 14 edition of "Inside the Cleveland Browns."

As a refresher, here are the 10 choices.

Week 2: Tashaun Gipson intercepts Drew Brees, returns it 62 yards for his second career touchdown to give Cleveland a 16-3 lead over the New Orleans Saints.

Week 5: Travis Benjamin catches a 6-yard touchdown pass with 1:09 to play, capping a 25-point comeback to beat the Tennessee Titans, 29-28.

Week 9: Joe Haden makes an acrobatic play to deflect Tampa Bay quarterback Mike Glennon's deep pass into the hands of safety Donte Whitner, who returns the interception 54 yards.

Week 9: Brian Hoyer drops back and waits patiently in the pocket while drifting to his left before finding Taylor Gabriel for a 34-yard touchdown to give the Browns the lead for good over Tampa Bay.

Week 12: Guarding Julio Jones, Haden makes a leaping interception of Matt Ryan on the first play of the second quarter in Cleveland's win at Atlanta.

Week 12: Isaiah Crowell takes a pitch, cuts left, stiff-arms an Atlanta defender, keeps his feet and charges into the end zone for a 26-yard touchdown run.

Week 13: Rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel caps a speedy, 80-yard touchdown drive with a 10-yard scramble for the score against Buffalo.

Week 14: Desmond Bryant hits Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Paul Kruger finishes off the sack and forces a fumble and linebacker Craig Robertson falls on it for a touchdown.

Week 14: Rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert intercepts Luck in Colts' territory, breaks a tackle and sprints to the other side of the field to score on the 23-yard return.

Week 16: Hoyer finds tight end Jordan Cameron wide open down the middle of the field, and Cameron does the rest on an 81-yard touchdown catch to put Cleveland ahead of Carolina in the fourth quarter.

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