Can't-Miss Plays of Week 7

   Lee Evans makes an amazing one-handed catch for a touchdown that was reminiscent of 
   Reggie Wayne's game-winning catch in Week 5. 

Bears rookie Matt Forte follows the bouncing ball right into his belly, where he snags it for a Bears touchdown in a wild one in Chicago.

   A botched punt return by the 
  Vikings turns into the first career TD for 
  Bears rookie 
  Zack Bowman, who later in the game made 
  a crucial interception. 
   After tallying 302 yards and five TDs against the 
  Bears in 2007, 
  Adrian Peterson burns the 
  Bears again for a long score on a 121-yard, 2-TD day. 

Steven Jackson had his way with the Cowboys defense on Sunday, and no play was more evident of that than this 56-yard scoring run.

   From running the 
  the fastest 40 at the combine 
   (Highlight) to outrunning the 
  Chris Johnson is showing why the 
  Titans made him a top pick. 
   LenDale White rumbles for an 80-yard score. In all, the 
  Titans' one-two, Johnson-White punch accounted for 317 yards rushing and four TDs. 
   With the score tied at 3-3, 
  Terrell Suggs turns the game in the 
  Ravens' favor with this interception return for a touchdown. 
   A potential field goal for the 
  Giants turns into a touchdown for the 
  49ers as Nate Clements scoops up the blocked kick and returns it for a score. 

Lions QB Dan Orlovsky hits Calvin Johnson for a 96-yard fourth-quarter score as Detroit attempts a second-half rally against the Texans.

Packers safety Nick Collins picks off Peyton Manning, and then makes a nifty little move on the return to go 62 yards for a score.

   Not to be outdone by his fellow safety, the 
  Packers' Aaron Rouse goes end zone to end zone on this interception of Manning. 
   With 2:30 left in overtime, Sebastian Janikowski kicks a 
  Raiders-record 57-yard field goal as Oakland earns a 16-13 win over the 

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