It's been a great week for viral sports videos.
We've got a very angry Ravens fan, a very angry Ravens player and a super happy Patriots player who isn't so great at speaking Spanish and a whole lot more.
So get your popcorn ready and check out the best sports stuff the Internet had to offer this week.
I appreciate Rob Gronkowski trying to appeal to the ESPN Deportes audience, but if you're going to try your hand at another language like that, especially when saying something that simple, you should know your stuff first.
Although, to be fair, "I am party" is actually a pretty decent way for Rob to describe himself.
Front flip dunk? Yawn. Kids these days and their Pokemon and Adderall are impossible to impress. That is, unless you destroy a backboard in the process.
Everyone in the gym went from disinterested to borderline crazy after the Indiana Pacers' mascot Boomer just killed one of their basketball hoops.
Hey, whatever keeps them off the streets. Am I right?
NSFW language in video
There are few things in life I enjoy more than a good fan freakout, and this one is good.
We all know what it's like to have people over watching a game who root for the other team just because it annoys you and that amuses them. It's infuriating. Especially when your team loses on a heartbreaking field goal miss.
Needless to say, this guy had had about all he could handle. I wonder how he reacted when he realized this went up on YouTube?
Calling Daniel Tosh.
Um, I'm pretty sure you can't do that.
I may have missed a referee class or two in college, but I'm almost positive that a player can't come into a game in the middle of a play from off the bench and strip an opponent of the basketball.
Let me check...yep, totally not allowed.
Terrell Suggs doesn't like Skip Bayless. Which makes him exactly like 99.99 percent of the rest of the world's population.
I love the way he handles this and keeps Bayless from putting words in his mouth.
The good news: you just made a shot by throwing the ball behind your back, falling out of bounds, no look.
The bad news: it was in the other team's basket.
I'll still take it.
I'd like to tell you exactly what this announcer was trying to say, but I'm just as distracted as he is. I think it had something to do about basketball or skirts.
Somebody better tell the Lakers girls that they've got some international competition.
If you thought that last announcer was drooling too much, just wait until you hear Ray Hudson. And there were no cheerleaders involved.
There is no bigger man crush in sports today than Ray Hudson and Lionel Messi. Even Dick Vitale doesn't praise Duke this much.
But if there was ever a player to love, there are worse choices than Messi. The man has single-handedly made me a soccer fan. That's no easy feat.