Philadelphia's David Brandolph finished off the Whitecaps and punched the Spinners' ticket to the MLU Championship with this poach block and the ensuing assist to Nick Hirannet.
DC's Antoine Davis wasn't exactly all over the field on Saturday against Philadelphia, he was all over the sky. His acrobatic day was highlighted by this leaping block to close out the first half.
Seattle's Khalif El-Salaam turned Chris Rupp's perfect pull into a game-changing callahan.
Philadelphia rookie David Shields makes up a lot of ground and leaps for this block.
Philadelphia's David Brandolph pulled off this incredible callahan against the Current by catching his own point block.
DC's Delrico Johnson makes a one of a kind play to earn some extra yards for the Current and this week's Canterbury Defensive Play of the Week.
Boston's Shaun Doherty had a number of huge plays in the Whitecaps' comeback win over Philadelphia, but this callahan was easily the most impressive.
Portland's Raphy Hayes gets the block, the sky, and the assist in one crazy sequence to earn this Canterbury Defensive Play of the Week.
The DC Current's Delrico Johnson notches his first Canterbury Defensive Play of the Week of 2016 with this remarkable chase down block against the New York Rumble.
Vancouver's Ty Barbieri leaps high over Seattle's Henry Phan to take the disc back for the Nighthawks.
Seattle's Cam Bailey shows off some serious athleticism to steal this disc away from the Portland Stags.