There were a number of interesting moments from this week in the NFL. Fans saw Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman throw five (FIVE!) interceptions in one half, the New England Patriots face-off against the Oakland Raiders in Mexico, and the former home of the Atlanta Falcons get imploded.
So how did people on Twitter react to everything that went on during Week 11 of the 2017 NFL season?
Nathan Peterman throws five interceptions for the Bills in his first NFL start
After losing two straight games, the Buffalo Bills felt it was necessary to make a quarterback change heading into their Week 11 matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers. So making his first career start under center for the Bills on Sunday was rookie Nathan Peterman and the kid’s day could not have gone much worse.
— ⚡️#LACvsDAL (4-6)⚡️ (@ChargersLegion) November 20, 2017
Tom Brady: 5 INTs since January 24, 2016
Nathan Peterman: 5 INTs since 4:00 Eastern Time
— RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) November 19, 2017
The Bleacher Report app really gave Nathan Peterman a 💩 emoji for his Rate 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/ue0wd3ppx0
— Jean Jacket HHH 🦃 (@TacoBeIIGawd) November 19, 2017
Tyrod Taylor watching Nathan Peterman like pic.twitter.com/w1XjyGUP7n
— J_Setz_ (@j_setz_) November 19, 2017
Sean McDermott when he sees Tyrod Taylor in the locker room after Nathan Peterman threw 5 first half interceptions pic.twitter.com/jw7GPg522m
— SpongeBob Sports (@SpongeBobSports) November 19, 2017
They say the last thing Charles Manson watched was the first half of today’s Bills game. Nathan Peterman killed Charles Manson.
— Andy Ruther (@AndyRuther) November 20, 2017
QBs with more fantasy points than Nathan Peterman today
– Jamarcus Russell
– Ryan Leaf
– Todd Marinovich
– Heath Shuler
– Joey Harrington
– Uncle Rico pic.twitter.com/mN9lqULm8V
— FantasyPros (@FantasyPros) November 19, 2017
Nathan Peterman threw 9 passes that were NOT intercepted in the 1st half. pic.twitter.com/MwQRrWbhZe
— CBS Sports Fantasy (@CBSFantasy) November 19, 2017
Dre Kirkpatrick fails to score on a 101-yard interception return
Midway through the first quarter of his team’s matchup with the Denver Broncos on Sunday, Cincinnati Bengals corner Dre Kirkpatrick snatched a pass out of the air thrown by Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler. Kirkpatrick seemed to be well on his way to an easy touchdown the other way, but for some reason that is not how it turned out.
Dre Kirkpatrick returns an interception 100 yards, and fumbles it entirely on his own. Down at the DEN-1. pic.twitter.com/zVTUogtbro
— Josh Kirkendall (@Josh_Kirkendall) November 19, 2017
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 19, 2017
How bad are the Bengals…Dre Kirkpatrick just returned an interception 100 yards and didn’t score.
— Matt Freeman (@mattfreemanISD) November 19, 2017
“Everybody got jokes,” Dre Kirkpatrick posted on his Instagram account after someone put in oxygen tank on his seat, referring to him running out of gas and fumbling what would’ve been a 100-yard pick six. https://t.co/5RcMVYASaX pic.twitter.com/XAWZOeF1Ta
— Katherine Terrell (@Kat_Terrell) November 20, 2017
Packers shutout at home for the first time in 11 years
It has been a miserable past few weeks for the Green Bay Packers since star quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down in Week 6 with a broken collarbone. Their season only got worse on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens when they turned the ball over five times and failed to score a point at Lambeau Field for the first time since 2006.
RAVENS SHUTOUT THE PACKERS!
— Ravens Nation (@LIVERavenNation) November 19, 2017
“I’d rather die than watch the Packers get shutout.”
— Coach Mike McCarthy (@greenbaycoach) November 20, 2017
Packers ritual, if you get shutout you have to piss your pants pic.twitter.com/6n6vzZkALX
— Tim Brown (@TMBScouting) November 19, 2017
Last time Packers suffered a shutout: Nov. 19, 2006, exactly 11 years to the day.
— Gil Brandt (@Gil_Brandt) November 19, 2017
The Packers have been shutout at Lambeau Field only 7 times since 1970.
Dean Pees has been the defensive coordinator for two of those games. pic.twitter.com/cWXXkoCIa6
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 21, 2017
Patriots and Raiders battle (sort of) in Mexico
For the second straight year, the NFL had two teams travel to Mexico City, Mexico and play a game in front of more than 70,000 rowdy fans. This season, it was the New England Patriots taking on the Oakland Raiders. Unfortunately for the people in attendance, the game was not really that competitive.
— NFL (@NFL) November 20, 2017
The 3 amigos and the Patriots take on the Oakland Raiders in Mexico this evening. 🇲🇽 VAMONOS!!!! pic.twitter.com/PUuV61a8qP
— UnleashedCreations (@UnCreations) November 19, 2017
— STEVE BURTON (@STEVEBURTONWBZ) November 19, 2017
Fans in Mexico City love Tom Brady. There were BRA-DY chants during pregame and as the Patriots made a third-down stop.
— Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) November 19, 2017
— Fernnie (@Fernn2D2) November 19, 2017
Build the wall so the #Raiders can’t come back from Mexico.
— Christopher Hansen (@ChrisHansenNFL) November 19, 2017
Raiders suck in America and Mexico
— Roy (@Nai_Roy) November 19, 2017
— Sergio Dipp (@SergioADippW) November 19, 2017
Atlanta says goodbye to the Georgia Dome
After only 25 years, the city of Atlanta got rid of one of their most notable sporting venues in the Georgia Dome. The Atlanta Falcons called the Georgia Dome home for 24 years before they moved into the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium this season. A number of people were there to watch the implosion of the building, however, not everyone in the area was able to get a good view, including The Weather Channel.
The Georgia Dome, former home of Peach Bowls, SEC championship games, 2 Super Bowls, 3 Final Fours and many other events, was imploded Monday. pic.twitter.com/UWsBTDQceY
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) November 20, 2017
Atlanta implodes the Georgia Dome in only the 6th worst collapse in Georgia sports history pic.twitter.com/avlne81Qyx
— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) November 20, 2017
— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) November 20, 2017
They should have imploded the Georgia Dome following the charge call on Brandon Triche.
— Sean Keeley (@SeanKeeleyIsMe) November 20, 2017
Just watched the implosion of the Georgia Dome. Thank goodness that ancient, decrepit, outdated, horrific 25-YEAR-OLD STADIUM is gone. Is there an NFL COUNTDOWN CLOCK for the next implosion?
— Mark Craig (@markcraignfl) November 20, 2017
— Brett Taylor (@Brett_A_Taylor) November 20, 2017