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Which catch was better?

That's the question Notre Dame fans might be asking themselves after watching this weekend's NFL action. Golden Tate and Kyle Rudolph blew up the Twitter world, as both made outstanding touchdown receptions in Week 13.

On Thursday night, Tate had four catches for 47 yards for Seattle, including an 11-yard touchdown in the back of the end zone. The former Irish receiver also had one carry for eight yards in the 31-14 win over Philadelphia.

Rudolph reached over a Denver safety to haul in a 19-yard pass from quarterback Christian Ponder in the second quarter, but Minnesota lost on a last-second field goal, 35-32.

Fellow tight end Anthony Fasano ('06) made four receptions for 66 yards and was Miami's leading receiver in a 34-14 win over Oakland.

Green Bay continued its quest for perfection with a 38-35 win at New York. Ryan Grant ('05) had 13 rushes for 29 yards, as well as one catch for 17 yards. College teammate Justin Tuck ('05) had five tackles, including one sack in the Giants' loss.

In other defensive news, David Bruton ('09) made two tackles in the Broncos' win at Minnesota. Teammate Kyle McCarthy ('09) also had one tackle in his season debut.

Derek Landri ('06) had two tackles and Trevor Laws ('07) had one solo tackle for the Eagles.

Darrin Walls ('10) registered one tackle for Atlanta in a 17-10 loss at Houston.

-Josh Flynt ('11)

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