Can't-Miss Plays: Best turnovers of 2008

Turnovers can change a game's momentum in a flash and are often a contest's deciding factor. These 10 takeaways were some of the more exciting plays from 2008.

  Matt Hasselbeck interception bounces into the hands of 
  49ers LB 
  Patrick Willis, who shows off his speed with an 86-yard return for a touchdown. 

Troy Polamalu makes a diving interception in Week 2, then tops that catch with a remarkable one-handed interception in Week 11.

   Ray Lewis' devastating hit on 
  Browns TE Kellen Winslow leads to a Chris McAlister interception in Week 3. 
   In Week 3, 
  Vikings CB 
  Antoine Winfield sacks 
  Panthers QB Jake Delhomme, forces a fumble and scoops up the loose ball for a touchdown. 
   In Week 5, Gary Brackett's fumble recovery for a TD off Sage Rosenfels' helicopter hit is followed by a 
  Robert Mathis strip on the following drive. 
   Just listen to the sound of Chad Nkang's hit on 
  Bengals KR Glenn Holt...then watch as his forced fumble turns into a 
  Jaguars touchdown. 
   In Week 12, 
  Ravens LB 
  Jarret Johnson strips the ball from Donovan McNabb, then plucks it out of midair for the interception. 

Eagles DE Trent Cole hurdles two Giants linemen and blocks John Carney's field goal attempt in Week 14.

  Ed Reed as the 
  Ravens safety strips Clinton Portis, recovers the football, then backpedals into the end zone for his 11th career score. 

Jets 285-pound DE Shaun Ellis shrugs off a couple of hits and rumbles into the end zone with a J.P. Losman fumble in Week 15.

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