Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 10
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This week we’ve got clutch catches, hard-fought wins and incredible interceptions. Let’s get right into it.
Monday Night Football
The New York Giants scraped out a 21-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. One of the crucial moments was at the end of the first half, when Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. got loose with this absolutely nasty double move.
This @OBJ_3 double-move…
🌀🌀🌀 #CINvsNYG pic.twitter.com/M8CJViqu0d
— NFL (@NFL) November 15, 2016
OBJ is a beast. That double move was too nasty
— Kendy (@kendyhuy24) November 15, 2016
that double move tho by OBJ, check my mans ankles…
— Kyle Bender (@k_bender23) November 15, 2016
Remember this name: Damore’ea Stringfellow.
The only thing as awesome as his name is the one-handed catch he made on Saturday against Texas A&M. The Ole Miss wide receiver made a tough 40-yard grab look simple and calculated — as if the ball was on a … a … string.
Stringfellow looked like he had some really good food, someone bumped into him and he had to do his best to save the food.
Stringfellow with an insane catch!
— HYDR® (@hydr_olemiss) November 13, 2016
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! Stringfellow SOMEHOW pulls down a 40-yard catch!
— Ole Miss Football (@OleMissFB) November 13, 2016
I mean, it’s called football for a reason
Wisconsin’s Leo Musso was just chilling, roaming about the field, when all of a sudden the ball comes off of his teammate Sojourn Shelton’s foot. The result? A second-half interception that gave the Badgers even more momentum and led to a whopping 48-3 win over the Fighting Illini of Illinois-Urbana Champaign.
Defense is on 🔒👇
Don't believe us? Watch this. #SCTop10 https://t.co/3M1oahKi3J
— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) November 12, 2016
The #Badgers INT where @_SDS8 kicked the ball to @leo_musso came in at No. 10 in SportsCenter's top plays.
— Jason Galloway (@Jason_Galloway) November 13, 2016
Jameis Winston says, ‘Hell, naw,’ and pulls out a great escape
We’re not sure if it was just bad defense from the Chicago Bears or determination from Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, but this third-quarter play was epic. Winston evaded rushers once, twice and a third time before finding and connecting with wide receiver Mike Evans for this deep throw down the field. The Bucs finished that drive with a touchdown that led to a 36-10 win over the Bears.
.@Jaboowins' crazy escape and deep ball?
How would you name it?
Let us know using #NTPWinston! https://t.co/5cyOrPqjqZ
— NFL (@NFL) November 14, 2016
#NTPWinston! The Great Escape
— Joehelldeloxley (@Joehelldeloxley) November 14, 2016
Jameis Winston has scored a touchdown in every game he's played in, including college and the NFL 💪 pic.twitter.com/xfmv0zQ1Yp
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) November 13, 2016
Demarco Murray threw for his second TD of the day before either of my QBs got one…classic NFL Sunday 😂
— Justin MacMahan (@JustinMacMahan) November 13, 2016