Much like the seemingly never-ending "You like that!" phenomenon — which saw another episode play out following Washington's 24-21 win in Chicago — Jordan Reed could not be stopped at Soldier Field on Sunday.
How unstoppable was the third-year tight end? Well, Kirk Cousins threw the ball to Jordan Reed nine times, and Jordan Reed caught all nine of them. Those nine plays went for 120 yards and one important touchdown. So you could say he had a solid day at the office.
And, once you consider how many of those passes ended with Reed running over or carrying numerous Bears with him for extra yardage, one would think that everyone related to the organization was probably frustrated with #86 by the time the matchup ended. However, during the contest, Chicago's official Twitter account did something you don't normally see in the NFL: It opted to pay respect to the guy no one could cover, despite the fact that he was dressed in the opposing Burgundy and Gold.
Take a look at their Home Alone inspired GIF that they sent out in the midst of Reed's mystifying performance:
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) December 13, 2015
Derived from this scene in the classic movie starring Macaulay Culkin, the tweet showed just how highly the folks running the Bears' Twitter think of the 'Skins' smooth pass catcher. But he definitely earned the praise, too, as it was his second 100-yard receiving game versus the NFC North opponent in his career.
Chicago shouldn't feel too bad, though — 2015 has served as a breakout year for Reed, and many of the squads who have squared off with the Redskins so far could have sent out a similar message regarding the way he's been torching defenses all season long.