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Film Room: Biggest NFL hits from week 11

Who makes the hit squad from last week? We've got three big hits for you to watch!

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Last week we saw Will Hill III win the vote to be the second player to join our hit squad with the biggest hit of week 10 in the NFL 2015-2016 season. He joins DeAngelo Williams as our vote winners for the hits of the year.

This week we have a series of hits, but all of which involved the offensive side of the ball in later games.

First Hit:

The Patriots' Tavon Wilson found his target on the back-end of a punt on Monday night and perfectly positioned himself for a legal big hit. New England has had back-to-back weeks with big hits on punt returns.

Second Hit:

The Cincinnati Bengals didn't win, but their tight end, Ryan Hewitt, delivered a big pancake block at the goal line to lead Jeremy Hill for a second quarter touchdown. This block was complete domination at the point of attack which was finished off with some definite trash talk in the end zone from Hewitt.

Third Hit:

Thomas Rawls has had to fillin for "Beast Mode" Marshawn Lynch several times this year, and he's been a solid replacement. He doesn't have a beast-quake of a play, but he runs hard, as Tramaine Brock of the San Francisco 49ers found out on this play. Rawls runs right through Brock to get the first down and use his truck stick for a highlight against the 49ers.

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