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NFL Week 2 Awards: Fake Andy Reid’s great celebration, Cooper Kupp goes Beastmode and more!

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The second Sunday of NFL action is in the books and it was another wild day that saw some great endings and some really terrible calls by the refs.

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots looked dominant in their 43-0 win over the awful Dolphins. Patrick Mahomes put up some bonkers numbers against the Oakland Raiders. And Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys looked dominant again in their win over the Washington Redskins.

While all that seems pretty serious, let's get a little less serious and hand out some awards from Sunday's action.

Here's the good, the bad, and the hilarious from Week 2.

The best celebration by Fake Andy Reid: This one in Oakland.

Fake Andy Reid was feeling pretty good (and brave) at the end of the Chiefs' win over the Raiders.

Best job of holding hands with an opponent: JuJu Smith-Schuster and K.J. Wright.

I think they're best friends now.

Best first half by a QB: Patrick Mahomes.

The Chiefs are in good hands with Mahomes, who has only gotten better in his second year in the NFL, which is crazy.

Best run after the catch: Cooper Kupp.

Kupp broke out his inner Marshawn Lynch as he rumbled through the Saints defense on this long play. The only problem? They reviewed the TD and ruled that he was down just before the goal line. Bummer, dude.

Best reaction by a security guard upon seeing Tom Brady in person: This woman in Miami.

It's not every day you get to see the GOAT.

Best job by an old QB of celebrating a "long" run: Philip Rivers

Rivers broke off a monster run against the Lions, but the Chargers lost the game.

Best try by a QB to pick up a first down: Derek Carr.

Probably not what you want to see your franchise QB doing but you gotta respect his hustle.

Worst job of trying to be a good NFL QB: Kirk Cousins.

That's not the type of throw you want to see from your QB in a five-point game with just over five minutes remaining in a game. Or ever.

Worst job of being a NFL ref: The refs in the Rams-Saints game.

The refs took a TD away from the Saints on that play, because the refs obviously hate the Saints.

Second worst job of being a NFL ref: The refs in the Bears-Broncos game.

How in the world was that roughing the passer? That call helped lead the Bears to their game-winning FG in the final seconds. Brutal.

Third worst job of being a NFL ref: The refs in the Seahawks-Steelers game.

How was that not a penalty? Good thing Russell Wilson was OK after that helmet to helmet hit.

Saddest stat about the Dolphins' offense: This one.

Ouch.

The best job of doing something good after bobbling a pass a few times: Karryon Johnson.

Now that's how you remain cool and make things happen.

Best answer to a not-well-thought-out question: Josh Allen.

The Bills QB was right to point out that he does play in New York.

Worst use of a time out: Miami Dolphins.

Well, it's not like you can keep any unused time outs for the next week, I guess.

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