Last night was amazing. The entire team kicked some SERIOUS Saints butt so, rather than featuring one player on here, how about the coach that is ALWAYS moving.
What do you say, Jon?
Since he isn't talking the whole game, he clearly just needs to keep that jaw warm!
Pete, you are destroying the Saints, how does that make you feel?!?
When you're beating what WAS the second best team in the NFC, sometimes you gotta moonwalk!
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Last time Marshawn Lynch faced the Saints, it didn't end well for New Orleans. You may remember a certain seismic activity that we've since named the Beast Quake.
As you prepare for what is certain to be a memorable night, we thought we would give you a quick refresher on that run. There are 3 videos below: NBC, Steve Raible, and then the NFL Films produced Sound FX. All three are worth the time and if you aren't ready to go after those, get checked out by a Doctor!
NFL Films' Sound FX
Particularly with all of the concern in the NFL about safety, we don't see as many big hits these days. In Division III for college football, though, it's a different story.
Linfield College doesn't mess around with their punt return blocking.
One huge hit is sweet. 2 huge hits on the same play is awesome.
THREE on the same play?!? DAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN
Thanks to Mike Jenkins (@mkjenkins on twitter) for sharing this with us!
Auburn Football is having quite a season. You may remember this play from the Georgia game earlier this year:
Fast Forward to tonight: when regulation had apparently ended, Nick Saban lobbied for an extra second. He was rewarded a final second of regulation time.
Here is the AUBURN radio call of the play: (first is the full audio, second is shorter with video)
Ohio State might be the team that benefits most from the Alabama loss. Here's their reaction on the Ohio State team bus to the play:
Just for fun, check out the number of people that RT'd this tweet from before the Iron Bowl today. Oops! Wonder if he'll pay up.
If Alabama loses I will pay everyone who retweets this $20— Tj Boyd (@tjboyd15) November 30, 2013