NFL Week 2 Awards: Seattle’s D.J. Reed got called for the lamest taunting penalty
You know the NFL has come back when people yell about how terrible the refs are in crucial moments of games.

That happened in the Titans-Seahawks match when everyone believed that the refs robbed Tennessee’s Julio Jones of what appeared to be a very good touchdown catch .

Later in the game, the refs made a silly insulting call against Seattle’s D.J. Reed .

So, yes, football is back!

Not everything went wrong on Sunday. Let’s still have fun and award some of the best, worst, and most hilarious moments from Sunday night’s NFL action.

This was the definition of lame. This is actually super lame. This is why a player cannot get excited about making big plays like this. These taunting calls from the NFL need to be stopped. They are not liked . They are not liked by anyone.

The No Fun League is ruining football with these taunting penalties

— gifdsports (@gifdsports) September 19, 2021

Brady had five TD passes in Sunday’s win over the Falcons. He’s 44 years old and he’s just RIDICULOUS.

At age 44, Tom Brady has NEVER had a better start to a season with 8 TDs in 2 games [the second half only started]

And both the INTs are from last week, weren’t his fault.

— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 19, 2021

Tom Brady, 44 years old:

Regular season + postseason passing touchdowns in his 20s:


Regular season + postseason passing touchdowns in his 40s:


— Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) September 19, 2021

Wentz somehow threw an interception on a shovel pass. This is the first time I have ever seen it happen.

Carson Wentz discovered a way to throw an IN from a shovel pass. It was embarrassing.

The #Colts once again reach first and goal and get 0 points, second time in this game.

— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 19, 2021

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