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Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 11

See the dope highlights you might have missed

This week, we’ve got diving catches, pick-sixes and a quarterback catching a touchdown. Let’s get to it.

Monday Night Football

Cooper takes care

With the Oakland Raiders and Houston Texans tied at 20-20, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr decided to give the ball to his most trusted wide receiver, Amari Cooper. Cooper took care of the rest.



With that score, the Raiders took the lead and the game, 27-20. Boom.


Introducing your highness, King Kevin

The Arizona State Sun Devils were in the Washington Huskies’ territory in the beginning of the second quarter, and it seemed like a good time to throw a high lob to the end zone and let a receiver get it. Well, Washington cornerback Kevin King had other ideas.

If you throw at the King, you best not miss.

The Huskies went on to win, 44-18.

Dede Westbrook breaks free

Even though it was snowing in West Virginia, Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Dede Westbrook decided to do something even colder to the Mountaineers’ hopes and dreams.

Check it:

I’m guessing that getting stiff-armed in the cold is way more painful. I’ll ask around and get back to y’all.

Logan had a game

The UNC Tar Heels were already up 14-0 on The Citadel Bulldogs, so why not add more highlights to the party?! Running back T.J. Logan had the right idea.



Dope. UNC was able to coast to a 41-7 win.


Bush to the HOUSE

The Detroit Lions and Jacksonville Jaguars were tied up at 9-9 until an unfortunate deflection of Jacksonville quarterback Blake Bortles’ pass caromed into the air. Fortunately for the Lions, safety Rafael Bush was able to take it to the house for a pick-six.

The play was instrumental in the Lions’ 26-19 win over the Jaguars.

Xavier Rhodes coast to coast

Keeping up with the pick-six theme, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Xavier Rhodes was able to pick off Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer and take it to the 40 … the 30 … the 20 … the 10 … for a touchdown!


Thanks to this pick, the Vikings were able to secure a 30-24 win over the Cardinals.

Russell Wilson > your favorite wide receiver

For the Seattle Seahawks, it was time for some fun against the Philadelphia Eagles — and a little bit of trickery.

Yes, that is quarterback Russell Wilson catching a touchdown pass. Which at one time … well.


Shout-out to Russell, though.

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