This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media.
Julio Jones torches Packers secondary in NFC Championship Game
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones reportedly was dealing with three foot injuries entering the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers… and you would’ve had no idea by how he looked. My goodness:
And then this one which I missed watching the game live:
Anyone have the number for missing persons? I want to file a report for Ladarius Gunter. Last seen trying to cover Julio Jones. pic.twitter.com/imSvfNpzyA
— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) January 22, 2017
Bill Belichick and the Patriots will be spending much of these next two weeks trying to figure out how to slow this guy down (and he figures to be more healthy with the time off too).
Also from that game… FLOP
Falcons cornerback Robert Alford had a flop for the ages after taking a little shove from Aaron Rodgers:
Marquette stuns No. 1 Villanova
Not just did unranked Marquette beat No. 1 Villanova, but they did so after trailing 15 points at halftime. Marquette more than doubled their first half total of 24 points with a 50-point second half. This three from Golden Eagles senior Katin Reinhardt tied the game at 70 with just over a minute to go, and even drew an “ONIONS!” from the great Bill Raftery:
And here’s the final play, followed by Marquette fans storming the court:
No. 2 Kansas also lost last night, but star freshman Josh Jackson at least threw down an awesome dunk
The projected top-five draft pick had 22 points and this posterizing jam, but No. 2 Kansas still lost 85-69 to No. 18 West Virginia:
Andrew Wiggins nails a buzzer-beater to beat the Suns last night
The Canadian is still just 21 years old and is starting to realize his crazy potential:
Joakim Noah with a hilariously awful airball
Joakim Noah and his tornado shot brought us as bad of an airball as you will ever see from an NBA player (or, any basketball player, really):
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