Once again, our friends from NFL.com and the RedZone channel (still the most addictive legal substance on the planet) have presented us with a handy-dandy video featuring every one of the 56 touchdowns scored in Sunday morning and afternoon action, depending on your time zone.
This week, we have 36 passing scores, 17 rushing touchdowns, and three on defense and special teams. Among the passing touchdowns, you'll see a total of seven from the Indianapolis Colts' quarterback legacy over the last 15 seasons -- four from Andrew Luck in the Colts' 35-33 win over the Detroit Lions, including the rookie's last-second zinger to Donnie Avery, and three from Peyton Manning, who led the Denver Broncos to a 31-23 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the 12th AFC West title in franchise history.
You'll also see Cam Newton's three passing touchdowns in a 27-21 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, a team some thought wouldn't have (or shouldn't have) suited up after what happened this last weekend. You'll also see the two touchdown passes from Kansas City's Brady Quinn, who played the best game of his NFL career under unreal circumstances.
No running back had a specifically super day from a scoring perspective -- no back had more than one touchdown, but you won't want to miss Adrian Peterson's 82-yard scamper against the Green Bay Packers.
Both Luck and Manning benefited from receivers who caught two touchdowns -- Demaryius Thomas for the Broncos, and Avery for the Colts.
It's always fun to gorge oneself on splash plays. So sit back, relax, grab your beverage of choice, and watch every Sunday touchdown!
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