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Caraun Reid scores excellent fat guy touchdown for San Diego Chargers

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The NFL is great but there are certain things that happen during games that are just better than others.

Field goals making an audible clang after hitting the posts, a hit so hard it pops the receiving player's helmet off, one-handed diving catches and ball carriers hurdling defenders are all truly excellent plays that stand out the most.

And then there is the granddaddy of them all, the number one best thing in football: fat guy touchdowns. Caraun Reid just scored the first one of the 2016 season on Sunday and it was spectacular.


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The San Diego Chargers may have lost to the Indianapolis Colts, but at least they had a glorious highlight play to come away from the encounter with.

Isn't it just beautiful, watching the big man rumbling, bumbling, stumbling into the end-zone for the first time in his career. This truly is the finest sight in all of football.

The defensive lineman scooped up an Andrew Luck fumble and managed to get all of his 298 pounds in for the score, sprinting 61 yards with the ball in hand.

We hope that the trainers on the sideline had the oxygen tanks ready for Reid as soon as he got back to the bench.

Reid played his college football at Princeton and was pre-med before coming to the NFL as a fifth-round pick by the Detroit Lions in 2014. Despite his TD, the Chargers lost 26-22 in Indianapolis.

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