Jacquizz Rodgers Goes Beast Mode on Seattle Seahawks Defense

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Jacquizz Rodgers showed Marshawn Lynch he's not the only running back capable of going "beast mode" on NFL defenses on Sunday.

On the final play of the first quarter between the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons, Rodgers ran roughshod through the teeth of the 'Hawks defense for a 45-yard gain.

Even more impressive than the yardage was the way Rodgers finished off the play, running over safety Earl Thomas with authority.

From Theo Huxtable:

Faux John Madden quips:

Fake SportsCenter compared Rodgers' hit to another legendary play from this year's college football action:

Finally, Pro Football Talk took a dig at Seattle's fans:

Rodgers' run embodies the way this game has gone. The Seahawks came into this game widely regarded by most analysts as the most physical team in the playoffs, but the Falcons have been the aggressors from the opening whistle. 

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