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Can't-Miss Plays of Week 12

Sidney Rice gets the first TD of the day on a 60-yard pass play just 41 seconds into the game, setting the tone for the Vikings' upset of the Giants.

   Not to be outdone by Rice, Fred Taylor gives the 
  Jaguars a quick lead as he bursts through the line and burns the Buffalo defense for a long score. 
   Chad Johnson's first of three touchdown catches was highlighted by his latest post-touchdown celebration antics. 
   In the 
   box score, it simply goes as an 8-yard touchdown run for Chester Taylor, but there's video evidence that it was much more than that. 
   Dwight Smith turns a potential 
  Giants scoring drive into seven points for his 
  Vikings as this NFC matchup turns into a blowout. 

Steven Jackson gives the Rams a lead and a fighting chance against the division-leading Seahawks with this long jaunt.

   Roscoe Parrish goes around the 
  Jaguars defense on this always-fun way to score a much-needed touchdown. 

Josh Wilson appears to take the ball away from Seahawks returner Nate Burleson, and then shows the world what he can do when given a chance.

   So why do teams continue to kick to Devin Hester? Well, to give football fans another great play to enjoy in Can't-Miss Plays, of course! 
   Moments after going all the way on a punt return, Hester took an amazing 11th return in 27 career games back for a score. 

Larry Fitzgerald made not one but two sensational touchdown catches, including one on a final-second Hail Mary pass.

   Arnaz Battle scores the longest touchdown of this 
  49ers season, going 57 yards on a touchdown reception. 
   Derrick Mason tips the ball several times into the air and then comes down with an acrobatic first-down catch. 
   "What a catch!" That's what the announcer had to say, and that's what you'll say, too, when you see Tony Scheffler's sensational TD grab. 
   Right when the 
  Bears needed a touchdown the most, Bernard Berrian came through with a clutch catch with 28 seconds left to force overtime. 
   Greg Lewis does his part to help his 
  Eagles attempt to spring an upset over the 
  Patriots with this touchdown snag. 

Dolphins running back Ricky Williams gets kicked in the shoulder by the Steelers' Lawrence Timmons and fumbles the ball.

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