10/26/2014 07:02 EDT | Updated 12/26/2014 05:59 EST

NFL Week 6: Must-see moments

Our must-see plays from Week 8 in the NFL feature remarkable receptions by Chicago’s Martellus Bennett and Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown along with a fumble recovery for a walk-off touchdown by Minnesota’s Anthony Barr.​

Bears tight end Bennett might have the play of the season, hauling in a 20-yard pass by Bears quarterback Jay Cutler while lying on his back with his team trailing 45-7. New England was whistled for pass interference on the play but it mattered little as they won 51-23.

Brown earned his first of two first-half touchdowns against Indianapolis with a pretty one-handed, eight-yard grab from Ben Roethlisberger to increase the Steelers’ lead to 28-10.

Tampa Bay’s joy at winning the coin flip to begin overtime was short-lived. On the first snap, quarterback Mike Glennon completed a pass to Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who gained 10 yards before the Vikings stripped him of the ball. Linebacker Anthony Barr picked it up and scampered 26 yards for the walk-off major in a 19-13 Minnesota victory to send the Buccaneers to 1-6-0.