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Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 4

See what dope highlights you might have missed

Last week, football included some huge hits, great moves and one Spider-Man-like interception. It was a full week of redemption for some teams and just plain old showtime for others.

Monday Night Football

The Minnesota Vikings are now 4-0 after pulling off a 24-10 victory over the New York Giants. The Vikings forced an interception on Giants quarterback Eli Manning and held him to 261 passing yards. They also kept wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. at bay, leaving him with a career-low 23 receiving yards. Minnesota did all of this without running back Adrian Peterson or quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who are both sidelined with knee injuries. The Vikings might just have one of the best defenses this season. It’s not up for debate. Not yet, at least.

This is all fine, but there were no real highlights on the field to focus on. And that’s because the ball boy overshadowed everything and everyone with a one-handed catch of the night from the sidelines.




Someone sign him to my fantasy team … For real, I’m 1-3.

College Football

Jourdan Lewis saves the day

The Michigan Wolverines were able to hang on to a 14-7 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers. It was thanks to this clutch interception with the game on the line by Wolverines senior Jourdan Lewis.



A few photo-edited images were even made from the play.

Dobbs to Johnson

Tennessee was down by four with four seconds left and one more play to go. Then the Volunteers pulled off the most miraculous play of the season — the Hail Mary of all Hail Marys.

Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs sent the ball off to Jauan Jennings, who made an amazing grab for a Vols win. The great play from Dobbs and Jennings gave Tennessee a 34-31 victory over the Georgia Bulldogs.



Dalton Sneed coast to coast

University of Nevada-Las Vegas quarterback Dalton Sneed was somehow able to escape the rush to turn a sure safety into much more. He launched the ball to Lamar Jackson and the 91-yard touchdown was worth the mention. The freshman shined bright under the college lights. Sneed led the Rebels to a 45-20 victory over the Fresno State Bulldogs.






NFL Sunday Football

Julio Jones owns the Panthers

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones lit up the Carolina Panthers secondary for exactly 300 yards.

300. Yards.

That’s even hard to do in Madden (unless you play with the game sliders altered).

It even had other players talking.

Here’s one of those plays:


Jones made history Sunday — what a spectacular outing by one of the best receivers in the league.


He wasn’t the only wideout to cook a defense this week. His draft partner A.J. Green led the Cincinnati Bengals to a 22-7 win over the Miami Dolphins with 173 receiving yards.

Talib taketh away twice

Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib is one of the best in the league, and he reminded everyone of this on Sunday when he picked off Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston not once …

But twice.

This had the social media timelines talking, too.



Talib also got to show out against the Buccaneers, the team with which he started his NFL career. Well done, Talib.

Richard Sherman gets the double

Not to be outdone by Talib, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman had a day, as well, garnering two picks off of Ryan Fitzpatrick as the Seahawks beat the New York Jets, 27-17.









Be sure to check back next week for more Plays of the Week: The Undefeated Edition.

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