Photo Of The Day: Scenes From NFL Sunday, Week 3

Every day, will celebrate a random photo series from the past or present, making your morning a little more colorful.

WOOO. Another week of football in the books, and another excuse to go through some awesome photos. Like this one, where Midwest Welkahhhh (Rams' WR Danny Amendola) gets flipped, lands on his head, and breaks his neck somehow doesn't break his neck.


By the way, this photo's proof that A. Football is awesome B. Football is fundamentally unsafe C. You'd have to be at least a little insane to play football at Danny Amendola's size.

But, D. "Welkah's nawttt insane he's just GRITTY." More photos after the jump.

Of all the ridiculous rookies the Chiefs have, the most impressive might just be Tony Moeaki, the random tight end that's seen here doing his best Randy Moss impersonation (Video here).


(*cough*) Vick for MVP (*cough*)


Here's another Chiefs photo, because they've made me money for two straight weeks.




Ever wonder what a punt return looks like to the returner? What Eddie Royal sees:


And this isn't even from yesterday, but... LONG LIVE WESSY WELKAHHH.


All photos via Getty Images. And long live Wessy Welkah, folks. He's like a gritty little fairy, sprinkling toughness dust on the rest of us, reminding us what football's all about.


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