On Sunday, Beckham outdid himself by making a phenomenal one-handed grab that resulted in a touchdown for the New York Giants against the NFC East-rival Dallas Cowboys. Not only was Beckham's catch one-handed, it was quite possibly three-fingered, reaching his right hand as far back as he could to come down with it over Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr.
Beckham can be found in pregame warmups working specifically on one-handed grabs, and boy, did that come in handy on Sunday night. After missing the first four games of the season, as he recovered from a hamstring injury, Beckham has been on fire; he's got 41 catches for 609 yards and five touchdowns. Had he been healthy going into training camp, one can imagine what those numbers would look like right now.
Also making the countdown: The Rodgers-to-Rodgers connection between Aaron Rodgers and Richard Rodgers on a 1-yard play-action pass was amazing simply because of how open the pass-catching Rodgers was able to get in the corner of the end zone. A week after being accused of laughing off Eagles' defenders, the quarterback Rodgers couldn't help but be all smiles.
Steve Smith's 15-yard touchdown grab Monday night against the Saints while falling down was a sight to behold ... Josh Huff's 107-yard opening-game kickoff return for a score set an Eagles franchise record and was good enough to crack the Top 10 ... Latavius Murray only had four carries in the Raiders' first win Thursday night, but the 90-yard scamper for a score was good enough to make the list.