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The 10 best shots from Week 3

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The highlights of Week 3 of the 2011 season featured a number of fourth-quarter comebacks, the renewal of some old rivalries and a water-logged clash in Carolina. Take a look at what our photo editors picked for the top 10 photos of Week 3 and let us know if you agree or disagree.

10. Black Hole reunion

Raiders running back Darren McFadden (20) jumps into the stands after scoring on a 70-yard touchdown run.

Jason O. Watson/US Presswire

9. Gimme that ball!

Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (8) fumbles as he is hit by Broncos defenders Von Miller (58) and Kevin Vickerson.

Wade Payne/Associated Press

8. Moore touchdowns, please

Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore (17) dives past Darrelle Revis (24) and into the end zone.

US PRESSWIRE / Jason O. Watson/US Presswire

7. Gotta hand it to him

Texans tight end Owen Daniels (81) fights off Saints linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar.

US PRESSWIRE / Crystal LoGiudice/US Presswire

6. A Giant leap forward

Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (44) scores a touchdown against the Eagles.

US PRESSWIRE / Howard Smith/US Presswire

5. Face, meet palm

Jets outside linebacker Bryan Thomas (58) gets a solid stiff-arm from Raiders running back Darren McFadden.

Ben Margot/Associated Press

4. A Dawg has his day

Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi catches the winning touchdown against the Dolphins.

US PRESSWIRE / Andrew Weber/US Presswire

3. Double trouble

The Patriots' Wes Welker attempts to elude the tackles of the Bills' Leodis McKelvin (21) and Reggie Corner.

ASSOCIATED PRESS / Derek Gee/Associated Press

2. Pack to back

Packers tight end Jermichael Finley (88) makes a touchdown reception in front of the Bears' Craig Steltz (20) and Tim Jennings.

ASSOCIATED PRESS / Charles Rex Arbogast/Associated Press

1. Scoring in the rain

The Jaguars' Mike Thomas (80) dives into the end zone for a touchdown against the Panthers at the end of the first half.

ASSOCIATED PRESS / Nell Redmond/Associated Press



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