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Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 5

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Last week, football included the return of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the greatest interception of this season and a huge Slip-N-Slide battle. Let’s roll the tape.

Monday Night Football

Brent Grimes climbs gravity

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers came back to beat the Carolina Panthers 17-14. It’s because of a clutch 66-yard drive led by Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston, which led to this game-winning kick by Roberto Aguayo.

However, we don’t get to that moment without a momentum-changing play by Buccaneers cornerback Brent Grimes.

With the Bucs’ backs against the wall, Grimes was able to save the day. Clutch.

Saturday

Utes did what?

The Utah Utes were playing against the Arizona Wildcats. In their 36-23 win, something spectacular happened. The ball rolled off the back of sophomore defensive back Chase Hansen and off the receiver’s foot, leading to a diving catch by Utah Junior Marcus Williams. This might be the interception of the year, folks.

https://t.co/pm9huNNzMQ

 

What a catch from Williams. Insane.

USC cooks up highlights

In a tie game against Colorado, USC Trojans wide receiver Darreus Rogers decided to do something about this result on this play. Rogers took matters into his own hands, saving an interception in a game that could have gone either way to cap off the 21-17 victory over Colorado.

 

His teammate on the other side of the ball, Adoree’ Jackson, had an absolutely spellbinding interception.

How did this man stay inbounds?

The two had a nice teammate twitter exchange after the game.

N.C. State slides past Notre Dame

This weekend, the North Carolina State Wolfpack’s home field, Carter-Finley Stadium, was turned into a giant puddle. There was so much water that the ball didn’t even bounce correctly when it hit the field. Weather aside, N.C. State was able to fight to a 10-3 victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The Wolfpack’s wide receiver Pharoah McKever came up with the block and safety Dexter Wright ended up with the ball to give the only touchdown of the game.

Check it out!

https://twitter.com/TomFornelli/status/784836062229200896

N.C. State celebrated in a convenient fashion โ€” slippin’ and slidin’.

You can’t tell us that doesn’t look fun.

Sunday

Brady to Bennett. Brady to Bennett. Brady to Bennett.

New England Patriots fans everywhere were beyond delighted that the man they call “Tom Terrific” was back on the field. Quarterback Tom Brady torched the Cleveland Browns for 406 yards and three touchdown passes to tight end Martellus Bennett.

Brady is back.

Mr. Patriot has been here for a while, and ain’t no telling when he’s going to be done roasting defenses.

The Patriots defeated the Browns in a 33-13 victory.

Brandon Marshall saves the play

While the New York Jets fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-13, wide receiver Brandon Marshall had the catch of the game. What looked to be another sure interception from Ryan Fitzpatrick (he’s had 10 so far this season), Marshall decided “NOT TODAY.”

Creating something out of nothing is what great wide receivers do.

Jakeem Grant with the quickness

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jakeem Grant is just a rookie, but he may already be a significant rising star in the league. He added another highlight to his claim with this 74-yard punt return touchdown.

https://twitter.com/Regular_justice/status/785247856139513856

Kofie Yeboah asks for Sweet Tea at every restaurant and recites approximately 2.5 Spongebob lines per hour.