Best GIFs from NFL Week 1

Kenny Dorset@kdorsetDirector of Social MediaSeptember 9, 2013

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 08:  Quarterback Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants reacts in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys in the first half on September 8, 2013 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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The first Sunday of the NFL season is in the books, and it didn't disappoint, giving us great action across the league. 

Here are the best GIFs from Week 1: 

Lions rookie Joe Fauria had a fantastic touchdown celebration (2nd GIF via Deadspin).

Clay Matthews hit Colin Kaepernick late out of bounds, causing a little scrum.

You can't time a snap any better than Troy Polamalu did right here. 

Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor throws a stiff arm on LaRon Landry.

NSFW: Chiefs defensive end Tyson Jackson gets pantsed by a Jaguars player (via reddit).

Beardo and Dreads photobomb Erin Andrews (via @CJZero).

Cardinals defensive tackle Dan Williams scores the first fat-guy touchdown of the year.

Titans kick returner Darius Reynaud starts the season by taking a knee for a safety on the opening kickoff. 

Jacksonville's mascot shoves Donnie Avery after a touchdown (via Deadspin).

Doug Free of the Cowboys gets blasted, resulting in a Tony Romo sandwich. 

Sure looks like Jason Witten was puking on the bench behind Romo. 

And, of course, the Eli Manning struggle face.

Check out our NFL Week 1 live blog for more GIFs and hit us up in the comments with anything we missed. 

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