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National Fail League: The biggest flops from Week 9

Another NFL Sunday is in the books. And while plenty of teams had reason to celebrate, there were just as many people around football that would love a mulligan.

By now, you've seen the highlights. But here's where you'll find the lowlights -- one last look back at the week's biggest fails before we turn the page to Week 10.

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So without further ado: Welcome to the National Fail League, Week 9 edition.

Chris Boswell


Late in Pittsburgh's loss to Baltimore, Mike Tomlin called for Chris Boswell to attempt an onside kick to extend the team's chances. This is not how you onside kick.

Golden Tate and Andrew Sendejo

Gotta respect Sendejo's effort here, but the safety wound up getting the worst of this collision at the goal line on Sunday. To add insult to injury, Tate scored, and the Vikings went on to lose their third straight.

Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce may have had a gripe in arguing against a missed DPI call on Sunday, but took it a step too far in arguing with the nearby official -- leading to a flag on himself. But proceeding to throw his towel at the official -- while hilarious -- only makes him look childish, and could further result in a fine from the league.

A squirrel

The Packers were attempting to cut into Indianapolis' lead, they were interrupted by a pesky stranger who found its way onto the field at Lambeau, halting action for a few minutes before it was escorted away. Maybe Green Bay has it to blame for the home loss.

Antonio Allen

Whether or not the player was actually offsides is debatable, but the officials ruled that Antonio Allen jumped ahead of the line on a fourth-quarter kickoff, giving Kenyan Drake room to run back a return that finished in the end zone -- sealing the divisional victory for Miami just moments after New York took the lead with a field goal.

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OAKLAND, CA - NOVEMBER 06: Latavius Murray #28 of the Oakland Raiders carries the ball during the second quarter against the Denver Broncos at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on November 6, 2016 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - NOVEMBER 6: Trae Waynes #26 of the Minnesota Vikings bats the ball away from Marvin Jones #11 of the Detroit Lions during the fourth quarter of the game on November 6, 2016 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - NOVEMBER 6: Golden Tate #15 of the Detroit Lions leaps into the end zone for the go ahead touchdown while being tackled by Andrew Sendejo #34 of the Minnesota Vikings during overtime on November 6, 2016 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
Nov 6, 2016; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (97) leaps over New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson (11) after making an interception during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. The Dolphins won 27-23. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
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