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Undefeated football plays of the week: Week 9

See the dope highlights you might have missed

We’ve got some supreme kicking, Mario Kart-style wheelies and more in this week’s episode of Undefeated football plays of the week. Let’s get into the footage.

Monday night football

This was a tight Buffalo Bills-Seattle Seahawks game that basically was the Jimmy Graham show for a large portion of it. The Seahawks’ tight end snatched this one-handed catch. It was enough to make the people on social media go crazy. Oh, and he did it twice!


Shout-out to Graham and his team as the Seahawks won, 31-25.


Marshawn Kart

The California Golden Bears hosted a powerful Washington Huskies squad on Saturday. Even though they lost to the Huskies, 66-27, the best moment of the game was not in the actual game. Former Golden Bear and legendary spirit Marshawn Lynch came back to Cal and was given the keys to the injury cart. Swerve.



Even rap legend E-40 was able to ride around with Lynch. Carts are awesome, and Lynch approves.

Kicks and picks for six

The Clemson Tigers were all over Syracuse as they went on to crush the Orange, 54-0.

The craziest play from the game was this interception. Freshman safety Tanner Muse took the pass and returned it 64 yards to the house. He did it with a little help from a lot of things.

Some hands.

A foot.

More hands.

No big deal, am I right?

Spin Cycle? Spin Cycle

The Oklahoma Sooners enjoyed a cool 34-24 victory and a great play made by wide receiver Jeffery Mead turned into the highlight of the game.

Hey, now. Hey, now. This is what Vine was made for!


This is what happens when you repeatedly mash the B or O buttons in your favorite football video game. Many props to Mead.


Marquette King is king

During NBC Sunday Night Football, Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King had a beautiful punt inside the 5-yard line and decided to do his dance.

The Raiders went on to beat the Denver Broncos, 30-20.

Golden Tate seals Detroit’s fate

With the Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings tied at 16 in overtime, Golden Tate decided to channel his “Super Saiyan” version of himself to end the game in the Lions’ 22-16 win.

The stiff arm and the flip was a great combo move to end a game.

Tate. W. Blouses.

Travis Kelce loses it

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce had enough of the referees in their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. His confrontation with the official was a must-see.

Take a look.


The funniest part about this is the Jaguars reaction to the whole ordeal.

Meanwhile Kelce apologized for his actions via Twitter.

But social media takers were still lit.

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