The NFL is in its third season of reviewing every scoring play. Here are some of the more interesting ones from Week 5, beginning with Dez Bryant. The officials ruled that his heel didn't land out of bounds, on the white portion of the turf, during this scoring reception against the Broncos.
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Miami tight end Charles Clay has become one of the Dolphins most consistent players. Here he gets both feet down for a touchdown before falling out of bounds.
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Lance Kendricks of the Rams got this ball across the plane of the end zone before his knee touched down.
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Pierre Thomas had possession of the ball as it crossed the plane and then lost his grip. It was his first touchdown of the season.
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More than a few observers were caught by surprise at the sight of Peyton Manning running in a touchdown, because the last time he had done so was five long years ago. Manning got to keep his touchdown and a victory, too, as Denver held on to defeat Dallas 51-48.
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Playing in a game that many on the east coast didn't watch because it started at 11:35 p.m., Danny Woodhead turned this five-yard reception into a touchdown that stood up.
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Greg Toler did his best to strip this ball from the grasp of Golden Tate, but Tate muscled his way into the front of the end zone for a touchdown.
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Jermaine Kearse made it to the pylon on this lunge away from Vontae Davis.
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This catch by San Diego's Keenan Allen was originally ruled a touchdown, but was overturned upon review.
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Brent Celek corralled this ball on an acrobatic catch and maintained possession when he hit the ground for the go-ahead touchdown in Philly's win over the Giants.
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Making his first start for the Tennessee Titans, Ryan Fitzpatrick completed this nine-yard scramble by diving into the end zone for a touchdown.
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While streaking down the sideline, T.Y. Hilton got both feet in bounds to help the Colts defeat Seattle at Lucas Oil Stadium.
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Kellen Winslow tapped both feet down in bounds in scoring this touchdown during New York's upset win in Atlanta.
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The Broncos tight end barreled through the Cowboys' defense for two touchdowns on Sunday, including this one.
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