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It's Easier To Rout A Team When You're Making Catches Like This: Sunday Night Football, In Four GIFs

Seattle 42, San Francisco 13: In a battle of what Cris Collinsworth called two "top-end throwers"—i.e, two NFL quarterbacks, in this case Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick—it was Wilson who was the topper-end thrower; he looked like he had roughly twice the experience as a starter, which, oddly, considering the…

Angry Tom Brady Nearly Inspired The Patriots To The Biggest Regular Season Comeback Ever: Sunday Night Football, In Three Gifs

San Francisco 41, New England 34: The 49ers and Patriots got together to play a football game tonight and, since the first one they tried sucked, they obligingly scrapped it and started a new one with 10 minutes left in the third quarter. Up to that point, the two teams had combined for three interceptions, eight…

"Take That Nigger Off The TV, We Wanna Watch Football!": Idiots Respond To NBC Pre-Empting Sunday Night Football

NBC pre-empted the first quarter of tonight’s 49ers-Patriots game to show President Obama’s speech at the Newtown memorial for victims of the Sandy Hook shooting. As you might expect, many football fans didn’t take kindly to this. (So, too, some Bob’s Burgers fans.) Here are those idiots, led by someone who claims to…

Oh, That's Why They're Making A Reality Show About Packers Fans: Sunday Night Football, In Four GIFs

Packers 27, Lions 20: It was football the way they do it in the movies—snowing, between flagship NFL teams, announced by Al Michaels—but in the movies, the games aren't usually between one team that could use a win (but doesn't need it) and one team that dropped to 4-9 with the loss. You could be forgiven for tuning…

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Brian Urlacher Congratulates The Texans On Picking Off Jay Cutler: Sunday Night Football, In One GIF

Houston 13, Chicago 6: It was wet and miserable tonight at Soldier Field, and the score reflected it. The game wasn't altogether boring—the Bears had a chance to tie or win on their last possession—but they did not. Six turnovers later (four the Bears, two for the Texans) and what this game will be remembered for, if…

This Photo Captures The Moment A Pissed-Off Steelers Fan Threw Her Beer On The Photographer After Tracy Porter's Game-Ending INT

Everyone, leave Syria, leave Afghanistan, the Pulitzer for breaking news photography is now a one-shot race. A 26-year-old Broncos fan named Greg Wilson took this photo of an angry Steelers fan at Mile High moments after Tracy Porter picked off Ben Roethlisberger to seal Denver's 31-19 victory. The splash was a…