NFL Week 14 Told Through Gifs, Tweets and Instagrams

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NFL Week 14 Told Through Gifs, Tweets and Instagrams
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Fantastic finishes were the order of the day on Sunday. It was especially the case for the early games. We saw an overtime thriller at FedEx Field, and a few other games come down to the wire.

Most of them are part of the top stories from Week 14.

There were a few individual performances of note as well. Just how good is Adrian Peterson?

It feels like I ask that question every week, but after rushing for 154 yards and two touchdowns, the guy has 1,600 yards rushing through 13 games.

The impressive total means he's assured himself of averaging 100 yards per game this season with three games remaining.

To top it all off—he had a serious knee injury just before Christmas in 2011. He is having a simply remarkable season. As the holiday season rolls on, AP's health has been the best gift the Minnesota Vikings received this season.

Since  we're talking about giving. Wait for it...

 

My GIFs To You

 

Jason Avant Is Acting A Complete Fool With This Catch

 

Lee Smith Needs To Gain Fan Buy-In Before He Tries This Again

 

Cam Newton Says: "That Little Kid From the Play 60 Commercial Ain't Taking My Spot"

 

The Kansas City Chiefs' Special Teams Unit Tackle Like Turtles

 

Anthony Fasano...One Hand On You

 

Super Joe is the GIF-Master

 

Top Stories

 

The Washington Redskins are Coming

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They have won four games in a row, and that roll has included wins over all three division rivals. However, this week they knocked off the Baltimore Ravens in overtime.

Kai Forbath nailed his third field goal of the game in the extra session to give the Washington Redskins the game. The Skins got another strong performance from rookie RB, Alfred Morris.

He had 122 yards and a touchdown on Sunday. It was his third straight game over 100 yards, and sixth 100-yard game of the season 

Were it not for a knee injury to Robert Griffin III, this would have been a perfect day for the Washington Redskins. Early indications on RGIII's injury is a sprain, but stay tuned

 

 

Dallas Fights Through Emotions For a Win

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Every time it seems like the Dallas Cowboys are done for, they come up with the wins to stay alive in the NFC playoff picture. On Sunday, they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat on the road in Cincinnati.

It was a tough and gritty performance in light of the tragedy that hit the organization with the death of Jerry Brown.

Dan Bailey's field goal as time expired capped off a fourth-quarter comeback for Tony Romo and the Cowboys. Coming into the fourth quarter, the Cowboys were trailing 19-10.

They scored the final 10 points of the game to get the 20-19 win.

 

Eagles and Andy Reid Finally Get Another Win

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It had to happen at some point. The Eagles finally won another game. They had to show some intestinal fortitude to get this one, though.

After trailing 21-10 with 7:21 left in the game, the Eagles scored the final 13 points—including the game-winning touchdown pass from Nick Foles to Jeremy Maclin with no time remaining.

Foles had his best game as a pro with 381 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. The Eagles won it 23-21 on the road over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

 

The Panthers Stun The Falcons

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Cam Newton deserved to show the invisible "S"on his chest today. He engineered an absolute torching of the Atlanta Falcons' defense. You saw Newton's 72-yard touchdown GIF, but he also threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns in the 30-20 win.

It was just the second loss of the season for the Falcons.

The Falcons missed an opportunity to wrap up a first-round bye this week, and the loss also fuels thoughts that the Falcons aren't the truly the best in the NFC.

 

Colin Kaepernick Continues To Bury Alex Smith's Chances of a Return

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The Niners held off a scrappy Miami Dolphins team with a 27-13 win. The win was clinched when Kaepernick kept the ball on a read option play. He took the ball 50 yards for a touchdown to end the Dolphins' hopes.

Aldon Smith picked up two more sacks to take his season total to 19.5. He now needs three more sacks to tie Michael Strahan's single-season record.

 

The Giants Makes the NFC East Perfect on the Day

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David Wilson flipped out on the New Orleans Saints.

Now that Tom Coughlin has finally allowed him to make amends for his Week 1 fumble. It shouldn't have taken this long to give the kid major time, but it did.

In the Giants 52-27 win over the Saints on Sunday, Wilson gave the team the big-play threat the team didn't have out of the backfield. 

He finished with 13 rushes for 100 yards, two rushing scores, and a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

The Giants picked off Drew Brees twice in route to the huge victory. They keep pace with the rest of the NFC East, setting up what will be a divisional race down to the wire.

 

Other Scores

 

Seahawks 58, Cardinals 0

 

Rams 15, Bills 12

 

Browns 30, Chiefs 7

 

Colts 27, Titans 23

 

Vikings 21, Bears 14

 

Chargers 34, Steelers 24

 

Jets 17, Jaguars 10

 

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