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Top five defensive plays of season's first half

There were plenty of amazing plays in the first half of the 2011 season, so there's a lot to look forward to in the season's second half. Here is a compilation of the best defensive plays from the first half.

  Packers' Charlie Peprah picks off a 
  Philip Rivers pass, then runs through and around a host of 
  Chargers to take it to the house. 

Chargers linebacker Donald Butler shreds the ball from the grip of Jets tight end Dustin Keller, then rumbles on for a San Diego score.

  Lions' epic comeback in Dallas gets a big boost from a pick six by 
  Chris Houston, who brings Detroit to within 10 points of the 
   After the 
  Bills overcame a 21-3 deficit in an AFC East showdown, 
  Drayton Florence gives Buffalo a lead with a pick six of 
  Patriots QB 
  Tom Brady. 
   It's always funny when a lineman happens upon the ball. 
  Vince Wilfork not only pulled off this pick vs. San Diego, but 
  did it again two weeks later. 

Best of the first half:

» Catches | Comebacks | Special teams plays

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