Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 2
See what dope highlights you might have missed
Another week, another pack string of highlights to speak on. We saw Louisville’s Lamar Jackson dominate Florida State, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford outplay Green Bay Packer Aaron Rodgers and a bevy of great catches and tackles. Let’s get into it.
Monday Night Football
Philadelphia running back Ryan Mathews will not be denied. The Eagles had not had a touchdown in the game, but Mathews decided that should change. Look at this monster effort!
That @rmathews24 2nd effort…
— NFL (@NFL) September 20, 2016
Ryan Mathews scores on a play where I would have fallen over and started crying almost immediately.
— BleedingGreenNation (@BleedingGreen) September 20, 2016
Tremendous balance by Ryan Mathews. Glad Doug listened to me and stopped giving Sproles the ball and started getting it to the other backs!
— Reuben Frank (@RoobNBCS) September 20, 2016
Leonard Fournette straight trucking. We already knew that LSU running back Fournette was one of the hardest players to tackle in all of college football. He had a new highlight to add to the resume. Check this out.
I swear I’d seen that in an old WWE match or something. That stiff arm was absolutely VICIOUS.
Idc, Leonard Fournette is still the best all around RB in college football
— Cody 〽 (@Cody_McPeek) September 19, 2016
Leonard Fournette really is unstoppable😱
— St. Justin (@GloBoii) September 19, 2016
Every time I see that boy Leonard Fournette run that ball I feel like I'm underachieving as a man. I gotta get in the gym.
— Rashad Johnson (@rashadjay15) September 18, 2016
I'd rather get posterized than catch Leonard Fournette's stiff arm 👀
— Tyler Carraro (@T_Carraro) September 19, 2016
Same, Tyler. Same.
Leonard Fournette: Monday
Mississippi State defense: you https://t.co/YaKNnzKeFP
— Spark Sports (@SparkSports) September 19, 2016
This was just the cover highlight of his stellar day. Fournette finished with 147 yards for two touchdowns in an LSU win.
How did he do that?
The Ohio State-Oklahoma game wasn’t really all that close – Ohio won 45-24 – but when you’re two pretty prestigious teams, you’re bound to see some highlights like this from Buckeyes receiver Noah Brown, a sophomore.