Can't-Miss Plays: Wild-Card Weekend

Marcus Trufant puts the Seahawks ahead for good and into the next round of the playoffs with this interception return for a touchdown.

   Jordan Babineaux puts finishing touch on the 
  Seahawks' wild-card win over the 
  Redskins with this pick six. 

Nate Burleson shows great concentration when pulling down this tough catch after initially bobbling the throw from Matt Hasselbeck.

   Chris Cooley shows that sometimes one hand is as good as two as he makes an acrobatic one-handed catch. 

Maurice Jones-Drew answers the Steelers' opening drive touchdown by returning the ensuing kickoff 96 yards to set up the Jaguars' first score.

   Rashean Mathis intercepts 
  Ben Roethlisberger and returns it 63 yards for another 
  Jaguars touchdown. 
   Hines Ward wins this little game of concentration as he catches a pass tipped by 
  Heath Miller for a 
  Steelers first down. 
   Fourth and 12? No sweat for the 
  Steelers, as 
  Ben Roethlisberger tosses a 37-yard touchdown pass to 
  Santonio Holmes. 

Giants WR Steve Smith atones for two earlier drops by making a key third-down catch to set up a touchdown.

Corey Webster makes two key plays to open the second half, coming up with a fumble recovery and then an interception to stymie Tampa Bay.

   Bucs WR Ike Hilliard has one of the few highlights for his team as he makes a diving catch for the first down. 
  Giants cap an eight-minute, 15-play drive with a touchdown to put away the 
  Buccaneers midway through the fourth quarter. 

Giants CB R.W. McQuarters makes an acrobatic interception late in the fourth quarter to seal the team's victory over Tampa Bay.

   LaDainian Tomlinson gets stopped on his initial leap towards the end zone but remains persistent and sneaks in on his second effort. 

Chargers WR Vincent Jackson catches a pass at the 5-yard-line, puts on a move and scores the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter.

Chargers LB Shawne Merriman comes from behind and dislodges the ball from Chris Brown with an impact tackle in the first quarter.

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