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Can't-Miss Plays: Fumble!

It's preached in every practice, every mini-camp: Hold on to the ball. Easier said than done, as exhibited by these 10 can't miss fumbles from 2007.

Ravens defensive back Corey Ivy takes the ball from Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald in Week 3.

Tony Romo calls the "Snap the ball over my head, then I'll pick it up and run for a first down" play win Week 4 against the Rams.

   With the 
  Redskins leading and threatening to score, Charles Woodson's fumble recovery and TD return helped turn the game in the 
  Packers' favor. 
   It wasn't pretty, but it worked. Cedric Griffin takes a lateral from Ben Leber, fumbles, recovers and races to the end zone for a wild score. 

Bills QB J.P. Losman fumbles the ball, recovers, scrambles away from defenders and then throws a pass to TE Michael Gaines in Week 11.

   Indianapolis defensive back 
  Antoine Bethea dislodgers the ball from Atlanta's Laurent Robinson, forcing the turnover on 
   In Week 3, 
  Ravens safety 
  Ed Reed intercepts 
  Patriots quarterback 
  Tom Brady, then fumbles when stripped by Kevin Faulk on the return. 
  George Wilson snags a John Beck fumble and scampers 20 yards for a 
  Bills touchdown in Week 14. 
   Fred Taylor may have rushed for 132 yards and a touchdown vs. Carolina in Week 14, but he was on the wrong end of this 
  Chris Harris hit. 
   For the second consecutive week, 
  Eagles wide receiver Kevin Curtis recovers a teammate's fumble in the end zone for a touchdown. 
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