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IN THE END ZONE — While the NFL playoffs are ongoing, the world doesn't stop.
It just slows down.
As always, click the video above for more Great Clips of the Week — starting with the best touchdown from the NFL's divisional round.
What Jonnu gonna do?
There were a lot of big plays in the NFL's divisional-round games this weekend, and you can see/read about many of our former high school and college football standouts' contributions here.
But click that link in a minute; you've got to see the best touchdown of the weekend.
Even better about the catch was the postgame commentary. As a scoring play, the catch was automatically reviewed to guarantee that Smith had "completed the catch" and "maintained possession" in the field of play. That included a lengthy description of Smith's posterior, which you can see just made contact with the ground long enough to guarantee the score.
Left Shark, meet Left Cheek.
3-Pointer of the Year
It's only January in college basketball, but what a year it has already been.
The No. 1 spot in the AP poll keeps getting jostled around like a game of hot potato (Gonzaga currently owns it), nobody knows what to make of the country's "power conferences," and the loveable upstarts? Well, they aren't safe, either.
That was the lesson from Davidson's Atlantic 10 contest at St. Joseph's, with both teams searching for their first league win. The Wildcats were cruising at one point. But with a three-point lead in the final seconds, St. Joe's Ryan Daly did the unthinkable.
No, really; this game-tying 3-pointer at the death is going to be tough to beat.
But it was all for naught; Luka Brajkovic scored six of his 17 points in overtime to lead Davidson to the 89-83 win.
Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to carry the ball for Seattle this offseason, but the Seahawks' bid for a Super Bowl berth fell short with a 28-23 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Lynch had 26 yards and two touchdowns in the loss, including his 12th career rushing touchdown in the postseason — the fourth-most in NFL history.
But one miniature version of "Beast Mode" is still dancing. Literally.
Watch this Pee Wee football star perfectly imitate one of Lynch's hallmark touchdown runs — right down to the celebration over the line.
Only three more weeks until the Super Bowl.