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Video: Catch every touchdown from Sunday’s action

Doug Farrar
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If you missed any of the touchdowns scored in Sunday's action (the Sunday night Bears-Texans game excluded), our good friends at and the RedZone channel have you covered with every single score that happened in the early and late games. You'll see the four touchdown passes from Sunday's leader -- Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals, who went off on the New York Giants' suddenly suspect defense.

Two quarterbacks threw for three touchdowns in wins -- Drew Brees and Joe Flacco -- while three quarterbacks (Philip Rivers, Matt Ryan and Matthew Stafford) each put up the hat trick and couldn't win their games. Hmmm ... maybe that "Quarterback Wins" stat isn't all it's cracked up to be!

Other stars of the day include Buffalo's Fred Jackson, the only running back of the week to rush for two touchdowns -- Indy's Andrew Luck did that on Thursday. You'll see the two touchdowns each scored by great tight ends on either side of what might have been the best game of the day -- New Orleans' 31-27 thriller over the Atlanta Falcons.

Atlanta's Tony Gonzalez scored two, making him the only tight end in NFL history to catch 100 touchdowns in his career, and New Orleans' Jimmy Graham matched Gonzalez with his own productivity. Three more receivers -- Greg Olsen, Sidney Rice and Torrey Smith -- all had a pair of scores.

Sit back, relax, grab your beverage of choice, and watch every single touchdown from Sunday!

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