Can't-Miss Plays: Best trick plays of 2008

The Miami Dolphins alone could have filled out this list of gadget plays, but that would be a disservice to thses 10 plays that had viewers asking "Did you just see that?"

  Ravens come out firing in Week 1, using a double reverse (and a nice block by QB 
  Joe Flacco) to spring Mark Clayton for a 42-yard touchdown. 

Ronnie Brown accounted for five TDs vs. the Patriots in Week 3, including this 19-yard halfback pass to tight end Anthony Fasano.

Saints wide receiver Robert Meachem makes a great catch off this Drew Brees flea-flicker against the 49ers in Week 4.

   Montell Owens' first career carry comes on a fake punt against the 
  Texans and the 
  Jaguars FB takes the direct snap 41 yards for a touchdown. 

Redskins WR Antwaan Randle El takes a handoff, then dumps a pass to TE Chris Cooley for an 18-yard touchdown against the Eagles in Week 5.

   Chad Pennington lines up as WR, takes a handoff, then finds RB Patrick Cobbs wide open over the middle of the field for a 53-yard touchdown. 
  Ravens draw up a Wildcat play of their own, as 
  Joe Flacco hands off to Troy Smith and then catches a 43-yard pass from his backup QB. 
   The trend that swept the NFL in 2008 reaches Kansas City, as QB Tyler Thigpen catches a 37-yard touchdown pass from WR Mark Bradley. 

Redskins rookie WR Devin Thomas gets a block from QB Jason Campbell on his first career touchdown -- a 29-yard run off a double-reverse.

   Baltimore's Mark Clayton takes a reverse, then finds WR Derrick Mason for an easy 32-yard touchdown pass against the 
  Bengals in Week 13. 
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