Can't-Miss Plays of Week 10

   En route to the first 100-yard game allowed by the 
  [Vikings](/teams/minnesotavikings/profile?team=MIN), Ryan Grant turned in this scoring run to give the 
  [Packers](/teams/greenbaypackers/profile?team=GB) a lead they'd never relinquish. 
   Brett Favre and 
  [Greg Jennings](/player/gregjennings/2495867/profile) connected for another "can't-miss play" (for the third consecutive week) on this spectacular leap at Lambeau. 
   Brian Westbrook made a number of key plays in a big game for the 
  [Eagles](/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI), but this 57-yard screen pass for a score was the best. 
   In a game that featured big plays on defense, Nate Webster's fumble recovery for a touchdown helped seal a key division win for the 
   ... Braylon Edwards did get both of his toes in bounds for an amazing diving touchdown catch. 

Josh Cribbs is one of the most dangerous return specialists in the NFL, and here he burns the Steelers for a 100-yard touchdown return.

   With their offense struggling, Ken Lucas' fumble return for a score accounted for Carolina's only touchdown of the game. 

Ben Roethlisberger is better known for his arm, but the Browns' failure to account for his ability to scramble was costly.

   It was effective nonetheless, as 
  [Tony Romo](/player/tonyromo/2505354/profile) scrambles, takes a hit and lobs a pass to a wide-open Tony Curtis. 
   Roy Williams has a knack for finding a place in highlight reels, and his latest effort is a one-handed catch against the 
   Justin Gage's follow-the-bouncing-ball touchdown catch was one of two wonderfully wild plays of that nature in the end zone. 

Darren Sproles takes the opening kickoff 89 yards to give the Chargers a quick 7-0 lead over the defending Super Bowl champions.

   This just wasn't 
  [Peyton Manning](/player/peytonmanning/2501863/profile)'s week, and 
  [Antonio Cromartie](/player/antoniocromartie/2495822/profile) was the beneficiary on this interception. 
   Clint Session made another follow-the-bouncing-ball play, this time taking one away from the 
  [Chargers](/teams/sandiegochargers/profile?team=SD) in this must-see moment in Week 10. 
   Clint Session had not one, but two interceptions against 
  [Chargers](/teams/sandiegochargers/profile?team=SD). This one, however, only bounced off a pair of hands before being picked off. 

Darren Sproles may be small, but he came up big, becoming the first player since 2001 to return both a kickoff and punt return for a touchdown.

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