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

Frank Schwab
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Here's the video with the weekly compilation of touchdowns from NFL.com and the RedZone Channel, with more than five dozen touchdowns for your perusal. And no, the Titans defense didn't give up every touchdown on the clip.

The Titans did, however, give up two touchdowns to Packers running back Ryan Grant, who was sitting at home most of this season and is probably the most unlikely multiple touchdown entrant on this week's touchdown loop.

That wasn't the only unlikely score today. Nobody figured that St. Louis tight end Lance Kendricks would check in with one of the longest scores of the day, an 80-yarder at Tampa Bay. Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles outdid that with an 86-yard touchdown run, but that's such a big shock from one of the fastest backs in the league.

The most dramatic touchdown of the week? Dallas receiver Miles Austin's fourth-and-10 grab in the waning seconds to tie the game against New Orleans is up there. As was Andrew Luck's game-winning strike to Reggie Wayne, giving Luck yet another fourth-quarter victory in his rookie year.

[Slideshow: Touchdown celebrations]

There's also a pair of 58-yard scores from Dez Bryant, four touchdown passes from Dallas' Tony Romo and four from Atlanta's Matt Ryan, and four total touchdowns from Aaron Rodgers - three passing and one rushing, which caused a discount double check celebration - during Green Bay's 55-point outburst.

Settle back and enjoy all the touchdowns from Week 16. If you're a Titans fan and want to skip it, it's understandable.

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