Was That A Touchdown? Week 3 Edition
The NFL is now in its third season of reviewing every scoring play. Here are some of the more interesting ones from Week 3, beginning with a successful challenge by the Chicago Bears. This game-deciding catch by Earl Bennett was originally called incomplete, but replays showed he had control of the ball and both feet in bounds. MUST SEE VIDEO: Early NFC East Disappointments
For the third week in a row a receiver had a would-be touchdown overturned because he didn't maintain possession of the ball when he landed in the end zone. This time it was Washington's Aldrick Robinson.
Bengals rookie Giovani Bernard made an acrobatic leap into the end zone to get the Bengals on the board in their upset victory over Green Bay.
A diving DeMarco Murray was awarded a touchdown on this play because the ball touched the pylon, to the chagrin of a helmetless T.J. McDonald.
Alfonso Smith scored the only touchdown of the day for the Arizona Cardinals on this leap in front of Rod Sweeting.
Doug Baldwin's slide into the end zone held up on review in Seattle's trouncing of Jacksonville.
Jimmy Graham of the Saints broke the plane of the end zone with this ball before his knee hit the ground.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter pulled down this game-winning touchdown pass on a 34-yard play.
Oakland running back Darren McFadden was able to touch the pylon with this ball before landing out of bounds, giving the Raiders one of their two touchdowns against the Broncos.
Tight end Antonio Gates got both feet down in bounds on this touchdown against the Tennessee Titans.
Calvin Johnson spun his way into the end zone for this TD against the Redskins as the Lions ended an 0-22 winless streak in games played in D.C.
Drew Brees completed this touchdown run by diving into the end zone ahead of Tony Jefferson.
LeSean McCoy got into the corner of the end zone before Kendrick Lewis could knock him out of bounds.