NFL Football: Week Two GIF Round Up


The NFL’s Week 2 is in the books, and as is new tradition here, I use moving pictures to commemorate some of the games. TECHNOLOGY!

Falcons 10, Bengals 24

That was…not good? Not good covers it.

GioJump

Saints 24, Browns 26

At least the Saints lost too.

Sean Payton Lets Rob Ryan Know What's What

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Rob Ryan

Lions 7, Panthers 24

The Panthers defense is good, but this is not their doing.

Cardinals 25, Giants 10

Eli’s “I just lost to Drew Stanton” face is the same as the rest of his Manning faces.

eli

Jaguars 10, Washington Professional Football Team 41

Vintage Jags.

The Jacksonville Jaguars, In One GIF

Seahawks 21, Chargers 30

The bolo tie magic is scrong with this one.

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Chiefs 17, Broncos 24

Peyton Manning cares not for your secondary or your cameramen.

This Is What It Looks Like To Get Run Over By Julius Thomas

Jets 24, Packers 31

They called a timeout right before this play that would have tied the game, which is the most Jets thing ever.

Also, apropos of nothing…

Texans 30, Raiders 14

The Raiders remain a special kind of terrible. Their last few years are best set to this.

Raiders-WR-James-Jones-fumbles-twice-in-the-same-play

Bears 28, Niners 20

Bears waited until the second half to wake up, but when Brandon Marshall is doing THAT (see below), you might only need 30 minutes to win.

That's Quite A Catch, Brandon Marshall

Eagles 30, Colts 27

Hope you didn’t give up on this at the half and just start watching Raw (really weak go-home for Night of Champions), but if you did, you missed Darren Sproles basically winning this game by himself.

sproles

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