NFL Week 4 awards: Best and worst from Sunday's action
Re: the thrown beer at the end of the half RT @MrTuktoyaktuk Guy in Bears jersey threw it, got escorted out by security. — Pride Of Detroit (@PrideOfDetroit) September 29, 2013Most frightening photo of an NFL star: J.J. Watt, Houston Texans. The reigning defensive player of the year had his face bloodied during the Texans' battle with the Seahawks but he didn't miss a play. Of course he didn't.
For those of you who didn't know, @JJWatt grew up in Wisconsin playing hockey. Certainly looked the part today. #NFL pic.twitter.com/FOxv3FBRga — Melanie Collins (@Melanie_Collins) September 29, 2013Worst fumble that cost his team a chance at a comeback victory: Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers. Facing a third-and-goal from the Vikings 6-yard line with 22 seconds left in the fourth quarter of a 34-27 game, the unthinkable happened: Best celebration by a star of "Glee" after her brother scored a TD: Naya Rivera. Naya was happy to see her brother Mychal Rivera, a rookie tight end with the Raiders, score his first career touchdown. How happy? Check it out: Most peaceful challenge by an NFL coach: Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs. Watch the GIF below over and over and over again and chances are you'll eventually fall asleep with your head on your keyboard: Worst timing by a ref, runner up: Dale Shaw. The back judge in the Eagles-Broncos game was just minding his own business when Eagles CB Brandon Boykin came in out of nowhere and tossed him to the ground. The best part of the GIF below is Shaw's ho-hum reaction to what just happened. Talk about being focused: Worst timing by a ref, winner: Billy Smith. It proved to be a tough day for back judges as Tennessee WR Nate Washington plowed over Smith before cruising into the end zone against the Jets. Worst buttfumble by a QB not named Mark Sanchez: Geno Smith, New York Jets. The rookie tried to get a little fancy while in his own end zone and, uh, it didn't go well: Best punt-return for a TD that looked like it was straight out of a video game: Dexter McCluster, Kansas City Chiefs. McCluster made eight players on the Giants miss him on this 89-yard return for a touchdown. He's fast. Like, really fast. Best kickoff return for a TD: Trindon Holliday, Denver Broncos. It's seems like we're seeing Holliday do this every week, right? This time he took a kickoff back 105 yards without being touched (OK, it looks like the kicker might have touched him as he raced by, but kickers don't really count). (GIFs courtesy of Deadspin, GIFD Sports, and SBNation)
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