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NFL's Top Plays of Week 10

November 15, 2020

Week 10's Sunday slate featured a hail mary pass for the win, a quarterback doubling as a receiver, and much more.

Check out all the top plays from the day.

Hail Murray


In a last-second effort, Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray heaved it downfield and somehow, DeAndre Hopkins brought it down, despite triple coverage.

The Cardinals won, 32-30.

And Murray was making plays all day long, as he scored not one, but two rushing touchdowns for the Cardinals in the third quarter.

The Bills thought they had it all but won, as Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs hooked up for a touchdown to put the Bills ahead late in the fourth quarter.

Aaron Rodgers touchdowns are dangerous

The Green Bay quarterback launched a bomb to Marquez Valdes-Scantling, who scampered 78 yards into the end zone while breaking a referee's ankles, causing the official to take out two Jags defenders in the process.

Rodgers and the Pack cruised to a 24-20 victory with 325 yards and two touchdowns.

But Rodgers' hops need a little work.

Vintage Tom Brady was on display

Tampa Bay's Tom Brady found Rob Gronkowski, who broke tackles on his way to the red zone, gaining 44 yards.

Then, Brady followed it up with another rocket to Mike Evans, who got up high for the touchdown grab.

The Buccaneers dominated in the air and on the ground, as RoJo broke free and took it 98 yards for the touchdown.

Tampa Bay put up 46 points en route to victory.

Detroit sneaks by with another last-second win

Detroit's kicker Matt Prater sent it in from 59 yards for the 30-27 win.

But Detroit Lions quarterback Matt Stafford was the real story, as he continuously showed why he's one of the greatest fantasy players ever on Sunday. 

Stafford tossed an easy bomb way downfield to Marvin Hall for the 55-yard score.

And he followed it up with another 27-yard dime to Marvin Jones for a wide-open touchdown.

Danny Dimes was wheeling and dealing

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones got his redemption against the Eagles – and this time, instead of tripping short of the end zone, ran it 34 yards to find pay-dirt.

The Giants won the NFC East tilt, 27-17.

Tua's wizardry

There's no explaining how Tua made this throw, but somehow, he got it through an impossibly tight window. 

It was catches like those that locked up the 29-21 victory for the Dolphins, in addition to a little help from special teams.

Los Angeles Chargers punter Ty Long botched the snap, and Miami's Andrew Van Ginkel swallowed the punt attempt on the one-yard line.

Josh Allen also catches touchdowns

The Buffalo Bills got tricky with it, going deep in their bag for a Josh Allen receiving touchdown.

The classic Peanut Punch

Carolina's Shaq Thompson forced a fumble from Tampa Bay running back Ronald Jones.

And after, the Panthers capitalized with a touchdown to tight end Colin Thompson, for not only his first NFL touchdown, but also his first catch in the league.

D'Andre Swift has hops

The Lions' D'Andre Swift just casually leapt over a grown man like it was no big deal.

Myles Garrett is a sack machine

After taking down DeShaun Watson, Cleveland's Myles Garrett hit a milestone.

Keenan Cole takes house calls

Keenan Cole gave Jacksonville some juice with a 91-yard return, straight shaking defenders on his way to the end zone.

Nick Chubb breaks into the end zone

Nick Chubb found pay-dirt for the first touchdown in the game in his first game back from injury.

Tua with two hands

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa faked out the defenders with the two-handed push pass for tight end Durham Smythe.

Cam Sutton is stingy

The Pittsburgh Steelers defense has been dominant all season, and Cam Sutton shows why with this strip against the Cincinnati Bengals.

President Mal

Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams made his way to the backfield, recorded a sack, and forced a fumble against the Rams.

Darious Williams returns the favor

The best way to respond to a turnover from your offense is to force one of your own, which is what the Rams did to Russell Wilson after Jared Goff's fumble.

One interception wasn't enough for Williams today, he had to come back for another one.

From distance

Just 61 yards?

No problem for Seahawks kicker Jason Myers.

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