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Can't-Miss Plays of divisional playoffs

Santonio Holmes put Pittsburgh on the scoreboard with an electrifying 67-yard punt return for a score through the snow at Heinz Field.

  Chargers work quickly to take an early lead, as 
  Philip Rivers connects with 
  Vincent Jackson for a 41-yard score, shocking the Heinz Field faithful. 
  Steelers try to put an exclamation point on their win, but the 
  Chargers defense stands strong, denying Pittsburgh on fourth and goal from the 1. 
   Safety Quintin Mikell seals the 
  Eagles' victory over the defending 
  Super Bowl champion 
  Giants and a trip to Arizona with an interception. 

Giants DT Fred Robbins shows that big men can intercept passes too, carefully grasping this deflected pass for a key turnover.

   En route to becoming the first rookie QB to win two playoff games, 
  Joe Flacco throws his first playoff TD, a 48-yard strike to Derrick Mason. 
   In a play that epitomized the mean-spirited, physical style of play in Nashville, Ray Lewis administers a hard hit on 
  Titans FB Ahmard Hall. 
   With a spot in the AFC Championship Game on the line, veteran kicker Matt Stover calmly connects on the game-winning field goal for the 
   Jake Delhomme's pass bounces off the hands of WR 
  Steve Smith and into those of safety 
  Antrel Rolle, for the third of Delhomme's five interceptions. 

Larry Fitzgerald burns two Panthers defenders, then gets airborne for a 41-yard completion to set up Arizona's first touchdown.

Larry Fitzgerald evades two defenders, then lunges for the pylon to record a 29-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter.

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