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Ma'ake Kemoeatu has always been on the lookout for his brother Chris. As the eldest of seven siblings, Ma'ke felt it was always his duty to look after the rest of his family - going so far as to receive a game suspension after improperly providing Chris textbooks to finish his schooling.

So when Chris began suffering greater and greater problems from his kidney - flareups and near-constant pain that nearly prevented him from playing the game and forced him to retire early - Ma'ake stepped up and provided the organ for transplant.

According to their doctors, the two brothers are recovering well. Clearly this is one family willing to step up for one another.

Via: Atari Terrier
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In their game against the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. caught a pass from Eli Manning with just one hand, scoring a touchdown.

Unfortunately the Giants lost 31-28, but that catch though...

"That is absolutely impossible what he just did," said NBC commentator Cris Collinsworth. "That may be the greatest catch I've ever seen in my life.

The NFL tweeted that Odell's catch basically pulled a Kardashian butt.

And it has also inspired some "Things Odell Could Catch" memes on Twitter.

You can watch the full video below:

Via: News Beat
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Before being an NFL quarterback, Harvard graduate Ryan Fitzpatrick got the fifth highest score of all time on the Wonderlic Test, the NFL's intelligence and aptitude test that all players must take before being eligible to play. So we knew Fitz was smart, but on Sunday, he set out to show the world that he isn't the only brainiac in his family.

Can you multiply 93 times 97 in your head that quickly? Didn't think so.

Via: charactersuniteUSA
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Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt is one of the most fearsome pass rushers the NFL has ever seen. But before he was forcing fumbles and knocking QBs to the turf by the dozens, Watt was an undersized kid with an oversized bullying problem. He was constantly picked on in school, and told that he would never play football because of his size. So when Watt met Billy, a local kid with his own bullying problem, the issue hit close to home.

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