Week two is over and teams are starting to show their true colors. Some rebounded from rough week one performances while some continued their dominance. This is the second installment of the NFL GIF roundup.
Houston vs. Cincinnati: Texans won 13-9
Marvin Lewis better turn the Bengals around or this could be him sitting on his couch in a very few short weeks. The Bengals have yet to score a touchdown this season.
AND HERE COMES JOHN CENA, I mean J.J. WATT.
Cleveland vs. Baltimore: Ravens won 24-10
Three interceptions and a migraine equal a bad day for Kizer. Props up to Joe Thomas though for playing in over 10,000 consecutive snaps. He has never missed an offensive snap since being drafted.
The Ravens defense was stout yet again. They forced five turnovers for the second consecutive week.
Buffalo vs. Carolina: Panthers won 9-3
Zero, the amount of Touchdowns scored by the Bills on Sunday. To be fair the Panthers didn’t score any either.
Not even a band can stop Graham Gano, who has been the Panthers MVP. He’s made six field goals in two weeks.
Arizona vs. Indianapolis: Cardinals won 16-13
Jacoby Brissett trying to understand how the Colts are going to win without Andrew Luck.
Bruce Arians is trying to find a way to get this offense going without David Johnson, but has had no luck so far. He may need to break out his fancier hats.
Tennessee vs. Jacksonville: Titans won 37-16
Jags fans waving the Jaguars off to England so they don’t have to put up with another lackluster performance.
Derrick Henry had a pretty big day rushing 14 times for 92 yards and a touchdown.
Philadelphia vs. Kansas City: Chiefs won 27-20
Marcus Peters jokingly trying to steal the Eagles playbook tells you the relationship that these two team have.
Andy Reid telling his old pupil and current Eagles coach Doug Pederson that he is number one.
New England vs. New Orleans: Patriots won 36-20
When Drew Brees realized that Tom Brady hasn’t regressed yet, he just had an off week last week.
New England fans Sunday after week one’s dreadful performance.
Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh: Steelers won 26-9
The lack of friends you have on the sideline when you’re a backup QB thrust into the start and struggle is only rivaled by a place kicker when he misses a field goal.
When you get the notification that says, “Case Keenum will start for the Vikings against the Steelers.”
Chicago vs. Tampa Bay: Buccaneers won 29-7
Bears fans after John Fox said he had no plans of starting Mitch Trubisky anytime soon,
Tampa Bay came out swinging in their season debut.
Miami vs. Los Angeles Chargers: Dolphins won 19-17
The look Chargers fans gave when the stadium got confused by Miami fans and set off a cannon after the Chargers missed the game winning field goal as time expired.
Dolphins’ fans waking up Monday morning realizing the Dolphins are currently in first place in the division.
New York Jets vs. Oakland: Raiders won 45-20
Jets coaches looking around for someone that can step up and make plays.
When you score your first touchdown in almost two years for your hometown team.
Dallas vs. Denver: Broncos won 42-17
Maybe if they rub his head it will bring the Cowboys good luck going forward, much like when Maryland students rub Testudo’s nose.
This is the exact moment that the ref told Vance Joseph that he started Ezekiel Elliott this week vs. the Broncos defense.
Washington vs. Los Angeles Rams: Redskins won 27-20
When you telegraph your throw so well for the defense that a 250 pound linebacker can intercept you to essentially end the game.
The Redskins won, but take a look at that crowd in the back. Might as well have been a home game for Washington.
San Francisco vs. Seattle: Seahawks won 12-9
Carlos Hyde, the only 49er producing stats worth noting.
Defense wins championships. At least that’s what Seattle hopes with their offense struggling mightily.
Green Bay vs. Atlanta: Falcons won 34-23
When you see your number one target go down with an injury.
“Slap me if we look like the best team in football,” probably what this guy said.
Detroit vs. New York Giants: Lions won 24-10
Eli Manning trying to figure out how to get payback on Ereck Flowers for not blocking all night.
This is about as much emotion as you will see from Lion’s coach Jim Caldwell. Lions rolled in this game.