In addition to being the Eagles' most memorable play in Super Bowl LII, the "Philly Special" is also regarded by Philadelphia fans as the top moment in franchise history, according to a new survey.

Framebridge surveyed 700 fans of select NFL teams to see what they would rank as the top moments in their franchise's history. Here are some of the findings:

  • 25 percent of Eagles fans selected quarterback Nick Foles' touchdown catch from tight end Trey Burton on a fourth-down trick play as their top moment.

  • The Pittsburgh Steelers' "Immaculate Reception" from the 1972 AFC divisional-round game was chosen as their top moment with 23.44 percent of votes.

  • 35.71 percent of New Orleans Saints fans said their favorite moment was the team's return to the Superdome following Hurricane Katrina in 2006.

  • Eric Berry's first game back after battling cancer and the Chiefs' double-overtime thriller on Christmas Day in 1971 tied for Kansas City's top moment at 23.21 percent.

See the full results below.

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