The NFL is now in its third season of reviewing every scoring play. Here are some of the more interesting ones from Week 2 that were either upheld or wiped away, beginning with Kenbrell Thompkins, who didn't maintain possession of this ball when he hit the ground, leading to the touchdown being reversed upon review.
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Though his knee seemed very close to hitting the ground, Bernard Pierce powered his way into the end zone for the Ravens first touchdown in a 14-6 win.
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St. Louis Rams rookie wideout Tavon Austin was ruled to have gotten both feet inbounds against the Falcons.
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Ahmad Bradshaw was denied a touchdown on this play, but did score later.
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Eddie Royal of the Chargers got this ball across the plane for one of his three touchdowns against the Eagles.
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Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel didn't score on this play but did get out of bounds to stop the clock in the fourth quarter of a game the Bills won with two seconds remaining.
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Replays showed that James Casey lost control of this ball while tumbling into the end zone, costing the Eagles a touchdown.
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Knowshon Moreno's 20-yard touchdown run and dive held up after review.
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Had he not been knocked out of bounds, James Jones might have scored on this play.
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Martellus Bennett used some nifty footwork to score this game-winning touchdown for the Bears with 10 seconds remaining.
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One play after he had scored on a touchdown run, Arian Foster barely stretched this two-point conversion try across the goalline to tie the game. Houston went on to win in overtime.
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Steven Jackson's diving effort stood up for a touchdown in the Falcons victory over St. Louis.
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Ravens rookie receiver Marlon Brown got this ball across the plane before his body touched down in the field of play.
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Though the ball would fall out of his hand a few seconds later, Rashard Mendenhall was ruled by officials to have broken the plane for a touchdown first.
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This touchdown catch and toe-tap by DeAndre Hopkins was harder than it looks here. It held upon review in overtime to give the Texans their second win of the season.
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Rueben Randle was so close to the goal line that fans were already celebrating, but replays showed the Broncos forcing this fumble inches before he reached the end zone.
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Pittsburgh's Derek Moye got both feet down for the Steelers lone touchdown against Cincinnati
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St. Louis wide receiver Austin Pettis scored ahead of Atlanta Falcons cornerback Robert McClain.
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Eddie Royal has suddenly become a touchdown-scoring machine, getting inside the pylon for this score, one of his five on the season.
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A tight end by trade, Charles Clay scored on this one-yard run against the Indianapolis Colts.
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