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Super Bowl XLVII in 12 memorable GIFs
Who needs Tivo when you can rewatch the highlights in endlessly looped animations?
From Beyonce’s bodacious halftime performance to Jim Harbaugh’s sideline tantrums, Super Bowl XLVII was chock full of unforgettable GIF-worthy moments.
Who needs Tivo when you can rewatch the highlights in endlessly looped animations? Here are some of the best moments from Sunday’s big game.
1) Jacoby Jones’s touchdown dances, include one after his historic 108-yard kickoff return
2) The lights go out at the Mercedes–Benz Superdome
3) Hard-hitting defense
4) Sideline antics
5) Ray Lewis, before and after
7) Ravens cornerback Chykie Brown making a confetti angel
GIFs by Fernando Alfonso III and Jason Reed
Fernando Alfonso III served as an early Reddit and 4chan reporter and the Daily Dot’s first art director until 2016. He’s gone on to report at Lexington’s Herald-Leader and at the Houston Chronicle.