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Jahleel Addae's Favorite Career Plays

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We all have our favorite plays that we've seen over the years, but what about the guys who made those memories? We've talked to several vets to find out what their favorite plays over their career as a Charger are. Read through for the top picks of sixth-year veteran safety Jahleel Addae. 

1. January 1, 2017 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

In the third quarter, Addae intercepted quarterback Alex Smith after Melvin Ingram tipped the ball. Addae then ran and dodged his way down the field for a 90-yard return into the end zone. It added up to be the seventh-longest INT return in Chargers history, and to this day is his favorite play of his career.

"I scored a touchdown! It was 90 yards and it was the last touchdown scored at Qualcomm Stadium, so it's a historic play for me as well."

2. January 12, 2014 vs. Broncos

During Addae's rookie year, the Chargers reached the playoffs, and this play came in the AFC Divisional Round Game against the Broncos. At the beginning of the second quarter, Addae forced a third down fumble against tight end Julius Thomas, with a recovery made by defensive back Richard Marshall.

3. December 7, 2014 vs. Patriots

Addae's third favorite comes from a Sunday night game against the New England Patriots during his second season as a Charger. Tom Brady passed to wide receiver Brandon Lafell for a two-yard gain when Addae tackled Lafell, forcing a fumble. The ball was recovered by safety Darrell Stuckey and returned for a 53-yard touchdown, resulting in the biggest play of the game for the Chargers.

"Stuckey picked it up and scored. Any of my big hits that jarred the ball loose are my favorites."

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