Monday's Touchdown Roundup: Week 10
Here's your top six of the best scores from this weekend's games09:52 Monday 14 November 2016, 9:52 14 Nov 2016
Week 10 in the NFL regular season sees us tick over the halfway mark, and there were some stunning moments that made this game week one to remember.
The Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers produced a contender for the game of the season, which features twice in our roundup of the best touchdowns.
With a fake spike, Ben Roethlisberger surely thought he had the game won, but an equally brilliant touchdown run from Ezekiel Elliot after some offensive line mastery opened up the perfect seam for the running back to find the end zone. Despite it being the game-winning score, his 83-yard reception from earlier in the match means there's no space for it on the list this week.
As Dak Prescott lead the team in a brilliant comeback, Tony Romo was seen standing on the sidelines, saying something that amateur lip readers have guessed to be "it's his time," fueling speculation that the Cowboys will not be returning Romo to the starting spot this weekend, despite him being back to full health.
Elsewhere, there were trick plays, interceptions and Hail Mary heaves that meant this week's touchdown roundup is a bit special.
Ezekiel Elliot (Dallas Cowboys) v Pittsburgh Steelers
Antonio Brown (Pittsburgh Steelers) vs. Dallas Cowboys
Kiko Alonso (Miami Dolphins) vs. San Diego Chargers
Taylor Gabriel (Atlanta Falcons) v Philadelphia Eagles
Cameron Meredith (Chicago Bears) v Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Bilal Powell (New York Jets) v Los Angeles Rams
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