Can't-Miss Plays of Week 14

   Deshea Townsend caps off the 
  Steelers' comeback victory over the 
  Cowboys with this interception return for the game-winning touchdown. 

Justin Tuck and Kevin Dockery team up for a 10-point swing as Tuck blocks an Eagles field goal attempt and Dockery scores to end the first half.

Kevin Walter puts his Texans on the Lambeau Field scoreboard first with a nifty adjustment on Matt Schaub's throw for a 58-yard TD catch and run.

   Down 7-0 and facing a two-touchdown deficit, the 
  Desmond Bishop punches the ball loose from the grasp of 
  Texans TE 
  Owen Daniels. 

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers goes deep to Greg Jennings, who makes an amazing catch for a 63-yard gain while draped by two Texans defenders.

  Lions tag team for a second interception of 
  Vikings QB Gus Frerotte as Shaun Cody deflects a pass to the waiting arms of teammate Corey Smith. 
   One of the few bright spots for the 0-13 
  Lions has been the play of 
  Calvin Johnson (aka 
  Megatron) who scores on this pass from Daunte Culpepper. 

Greg Olsen makes the sort of play that made the tight end the Bears' first-round pick in 2007, snagging a 22-yard TD from Kyle Orton.

   Showing flashes of the sort of brilliance that will one day land this 
  Colts WR in Canton, Marvin Harrison catches a quick slant for a 67-yard play. 
   Already up 28-3 on a 
  Bengals team set to fall to 1-11-1, 
  Kelvin Hayden picks off 
  Ryan Fitzpatrick and goes 85 yards for another 
  Colts score. 

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie returns an interception 100 yards for a game-sealing score, clinching the Cardinals' first division title since 1975.

Jay Cutler hits Brandon Marshall in the back corner of the end zone, where the receiver drags both feet for a crucial Broncos score.

After Ed Reed's interception set up the first Ravens score, the safety scores his 11th career TD on a 22-yard fumble recovery return.

Philip Rivers hits a wide-open Vincent Jackson streaking down the right sideline for a 59-yard touchdown, giving the Chargers a 24-0 lead.

   Bucs safety Jermaine Phillips barely prevents the ball from touching the ground before ultimately cradling it for an interception. 
   Tampa Bay wide receiver Antonio Bryant makes a spectacular one-handed catch in the end zone to score his second touchdown. 
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