In the second quarter of a 2009 regular season game against the Baltimore Ravens, Peyton Manning dropped back to pass. He pump-faked a throw towards Colts receiver Reggie Wayne running down the left sideline, and after seeing Ed Reed continue to drift to the middle of the field, uncorked the deep ball to Wayne. But as Manning let go of the ball, Reed turned his back to the quarterback and sprinted towards the spot that he knew Manning would throw it after seeing him stay in the middle of the field. Reed beat Wayne to the ball and caught the interception to finish what Bill Belichick later called the greatest play he's ever seen by a free safety. This single play, in which Reed outsmarted arguably the smartest football player of all time, fully captures Reed's legacy on the gridiron- and so does this Riddell Camo Alternate Speed Authentic Helmet. It features a hand-signed autograph and "HOF 19" inscription from the eight-time All-Pro selection, 2004 Defensive Player of the Year, Super Bowl XLVII champion, and all-time league leader in interception return yards. Whether this signed helmet is displayed in your home or office, there's no better way to commemorate one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history.