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RedZone Recap: See all the touchdowns from Sunday’s gameday action

Once again, our good friends at NFL.com and the RedZone Channel (still the most addictive legal substance on the planet) have come through with one wild loop of all the touchdowns scored in the Sunday morning and afternoon games, depending on your time zone.

This week, you'll see all four passing touchdowns by Eli Manning, who led all quarterbacks with four of them this week in the Giants' 52-27 beatdown of the New Orleans Saints. Joe Flacco, Philip Rivers, and Ben Roethlisberger each had three passing touchdowns on the day, and if you guessed that Rivers was the only one of the three to come out of Sunday on the right side of a win ... well, you're right, and you should probably head to Vegas right away. You're on a roll!

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You'll also see the three total touchdowns by Eagles rookie quarterback Nick Foles, who threw for two scores and ran for another on Philly's last-second win over the Buccaneers. Cam Newton put up the same touchdown numbers -- two passing, one rushing -- that Foles did, but he also gained a total of 116 yards on the ground against a Falcons defense that should be able to deal with Cam in more convincing fashion.

Speaking of rushing touchdowns, you'll see three by Seattle's Marshawn Lynch, who led all backs on the day, in the Seahawks' 58-0 demolition of the Arizona Cardinals. Adrian Peterson, Trent Richardson, and the Giants' David Wilson each had two rushing TDs, and Wilson added serious cachet to his performance by becoming the only player in NFL history to amass more than 200 return yards and 100 yards from scrimmage in the same game. Not bad for a guy who's spent most of his rookie campaign in Tom Coughlin's deep-freeze doghouse.

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Star receivers include San Diego's Danario Alexander, Baltimore's Anquan Boldin, and Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace, each of whom caught two touchdown passes on the day.

So ... sit back, grab your beverage of choice, and watch every touchdown from Week 14's Sunday gameday!

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