If you missed any of the 55 touchdowns scored in the NFL on Sunday, fear not -- the good folks at NFL RedZone have you covered with a quick review.
Among those TDs you'll see are the four touchdown passes Drew Brees threw in an incendiary first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the three passing touchdowns each thrown by Josh Freeman of the Bucs, Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Buffalo Bills and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, and the ridiculously impressive game-winning pass from Eli Manning to Victor Cruz -- the Washington Redskins are still shaking their heads over that one.
You'll also see Arian Foster's two rushing touchdowns scored against Baltimore's formerly impressive defense, and the four combined rushing touchdowns from Tennessee's Chris Johnson and Jamie Harper against a Buffalo Bills defense that you, dear reader, could probably light up without any actual blocking.
Oh, and you'll also see Andrew Luck's two rushing touchdowns against the Cleveland Browns. That kid's pretty good.
You'll also see the two-score days by the NFL's leading scoring receivers in Week 7 -- Green Bay's Randall Cobb, New England's Rob Gronkowski, and Washington's Santana Moss. You'll also see one touchdown from Tampa Bay's Vincent Jackson, who amassed 216 yards on seven catches, but you will NOT see his 95-yard play that was mostly yards after the catch ... because Saints defensive back Malcolm Jenkins caught Jackson from behind and tackled him at the New Orleans 1-yard line (Yes, the Bucs failed to score on that drive. How embarrassing!)
Punters and kickers are not welcome here -- it's all about six points. So sit back, relax, and let the scoring begin!
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