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Hot Clicks: Coolest touchdowns of the 2012 NFL season

The Coolest Touchdowns Of The NFL Season
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With the NFL season at the midway point mark for most teams (and a superstorm knocking out my power), we're doing a special edition of Hot Clicks today that looks back at the coolest touchdowns from the first eight weeks.
No. 1
As we told you in Monday's Hot Clicks, Colts running back Vick Ballard went airborne for a winning touchdown in overtime against the Titans over the weekend.
No. 2
Saints wide receiver Joseph Morgan somehow escaped two Bucs defenders en route to the end zone in Week 7.
No. 3
Browns wide receiver Greg Little tipped a pass to himself (and then caught it with one hand) for an amazing end zone catcg against the Colts in Week 7.
No. 4
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin dazzled in Week 6 with this 76-yard touchdown run.
No. 5
The Rams pulled off a nifty fake field-goal in Week 4 as wide receiver Danny Amendola caught a two-yard touchdown pass on the play.
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We interupt the countdown to try and cheer up Titans fans, who were burned by Ballard's crazy touchdown. So here's Tennessee's cheerleading squad.
No. 6
The Titans gave us a sequel to the Music City Miracle, although this return touchdown came in the first quarter of a game against the Lions in Week 3 as opposed to a playoff game.
No. 7
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta hurdled over a Pats defender on his way to a 20-yard touchdown reception against the Ravens in Week 3.
No. 8
Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph needed only one hand for this impressive touchdown catch against the 49ers in Week 3.
No. 9
Agaist the Raiders in Week 2, Dolphins running back Reggie Bush broke four tackles on his way to a 23-yard-touchdown run.
No. 10
Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts contorted his body in the end zone for a clutch touchdown against the Vikings in the regular-season opener.
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