VIDEO: Corey Peters Scores Graceful Fat Guy Touchdown

There is nothing better than a fat guy with a football. And I think Corey Peters may have just moved up near the top of the fat guy touchdown list with his scoop and score on Thursday Night Football. It was nothing particularly special, just Peters grabbing a loose ball after a sack-fumble, but there was something wildly entertaining about how he did it.

It's probably the way Peters chased down the ball, then stopped and stared at it to make sure he could pick it up. In other words, he did exactly what most defensive lineman would do when faced with a loose ball and nobody within a five-yard radius.

See? Isn't it just poetry in motion? And with that, we can probably bury the Jags, who now trail 34-0.

For more on the Jaguars head over to Big Cat Country. For more on the Falcons, check out The Falcoholic. Follow the rest of Week 15 NFL action at SB Nation NFL.

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