This particular NFL season has been one of the most bizarre in recent memory. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that the Jacksonville Jaguars and Los Angeles Rams are both currently in first place in their respective divisions?
Who knows, but there was plenty to talk (and tweet) about from the games on this week’s schedule. So who said it best in 140 characters or less (for the most part still) during Week 6 of the 2017 NFL season?
Aaron Rodgers’ collarbone wasn’t the only thing that broke in Green Bay this week
Last Sunday, the Green Bay Packers were on top of the world with a 4-1 record after a big win on the road over the Dallas Cowboys. This week, Packers fans saw their team’s Super Bowl dreams go up in flames after quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone that will likely keep him out for the remainder of the 2017 season.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) October 15, 2017
So Aaron Rodgers walks into A. Barr… pic.twitter.com/vg10ap5Oqw
— NFL MEMES (@NFLMemes4You) October 16, 2017
Aaron Rodgers carted off the field with a shoulder injury.
Packers fans reaction: pic.twitter.com/IUHd5YuYCF
— One Take At A Time (@OneTakeAtATime) October 15, 2017
I went from loving that Aaron Rodgers State Farm commercial to almost crying every time it airs.
— Alec Yanke (@AlecYanke) October 15, 2017
— Spencer Pellmann (@SpencerPellmann) October 15, 2017
Aaron Rodgers out for the season.
Brett Favre right now: pic.twitter.com/Pr76sqf39G
— Steven R. Walker (@Steve_R_Walker) October 15, 2017
Finding out about Aaron Rodgers injury has me like pic.twitter.com/u1GqL58n0v
— Not Shawn/Shaun (@SeanMcMahon95) October 15, 2017
Tomorrow in all my classes..
Professor: why didn’t you do your homework?
Me: Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone
— Sydney Hotz (@Syd_Australiaaa) October 15, 2017
Kaepernick: “I’m filing a grievance against NFL owners for collu–“
*Finds out Aaron Rodgers may be out for season*
— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) October 15, 2017
In a rare moment, the Patriots won a game thanks to a bogus call by the refs
The current New England Patriots do not look like the same team that won the Super Bowl less than a year ago. This week, the Patriots escaped New York with a win after the referees made an unbelievable call on what would have given the Jets the lead midway through the fourth quarter.
Obviously, New York’s fans were quiet about the call.
— cover32 Jets (@cover32_NYJ) October 15, 2017
I have written and deleted quite a few tweets since that call. As any of them might get my account suspended. What a disgrace. #Jets
— Mike Greenberg (@Espngreeny) October 15, 2017
That call against the Jets.. pic.twitter.com/5aSrwKVMRJ
— Bleacher Report NFL (@BR_NFL) October 15, 2017
The @NFL just announced “Sorry we screwed up that Jets call.” Just kidding. The NFL NEVER admits they are wrong.
— Len Berman (@LenBermanSports) October 15, 2017
I’m so salty right now. Jets got fucking robbed. Shameless. A real shock to see Pats get a game-changing call, though. That never happens. pic.twitter.com/FpMzOofxC2
— Colin Moriarty (@notaxation) October 15, 2017
This is not hyperbole: That’s the worst call I’ve ever seen in a football game. Ever. In what universe is that a fumble? #Jets
— Rich MacLeod (@richmacleod) October 15, 2017
Yo I am cryyyyyiinnnnggg that Jets overturned touchdown is white privilege explained in football form. I can’t breathe.
— Kazeem Famuyide (@RealLifeKaz) October 15, 2017
— Kevin Tame Jr. (@Kevin_Tame) October 16, 2017
Who knew all Adrian Peterson needed to play well was a change of scenery — again
In his first game wearing an Arizona Cardinals uniform, Adrian Peterson looked somewhat like the player everyone enjoyed watching for the past decade. The 32-year-old running back finished with 134 rushing yards and two touchdowns during the Cardinals’ win on Sunday.
He entered the week having only rushed for 81 yards in four games this season.
— NFL (@NFL) October 16, 2017
Adrian Peterson after putting on a Cardinals uniform… pic.twitter.com/ostGeDLMa0
— ESPN FantasyFauxball (@ESPNFauxball) October 15, 2017
Adrian Peterson gained more yards on his first drive as a Cardinal than any Cardinals running back gained in an entire game this year.
— Trev-OR-Treat 👻🎃 (@TampaBayTre) October 15, 2017
Maybe Adrian Peterson was right—he just needs some carries. 4 carries for 54 yds and a 27 yd TD on his first drive as a Cardinal.
— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) October 15, 2017
A pic of Carson Palmer, Adrian Peterson, and Larry Fitzgerald warming up before going out and lighting up the Bucs: pic.twitter.com/0um2ejV9ee
— NOTSportsCenter (@NOTSportsCenter) October 15, 2017
Not surprised that Adrian Peterson is dominating today. He has a loan to pay off.
— John Kriesel (@johnkriesel) October 15, 2017
Carson Palmer, Larry Fitzgerald, & Adrian Peterson would’ve been terrifying in 2009.
— lover boy. (@Dustiveli) October 15, 2017
Thanks to the Steelers, the Chiefs are no longer unbeaten this year
Sometimes it happens sooner, sometimes it happens later, but eventually the last unbeaten team in the NFL each season finds a way to lose at least one game. After the Kansas City Chiefs suffered their first loss of the year to the Pittsburgh Steelers this week, the 1972 Miami Dolphins are still the only team in league history to go the entire regular season and playoffs without losing a single game.
Undefeated no more!
Steelers hand the Chiefs their first loss of the season. pic.twitter.com/d7VdKuRa0u
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 15, 2017
Chiefs lose to the Steelers, dropping to 5-1. The 1972 Dolphins pop another bottle
— Ben Volin (@BenVolin) October 15, 2017
Chiefs lose one game and everyone is already acting like they got eliminated from the playoffs
— John Forge (@JohnForge4) October 16, 2017
Not only did chiefs lose my active streak of not throwing up at games was snapped after 5 consecutive years thanks to steeler fans grandma pic.twitter.com/KbHWnVWNGB
— Boogie Bear (@KCChieferBoogie) October 16, 2017
The Kansas City Chiefs…already in playoff form
— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) October 15, 2017
That’s exactly how the Chiefs will lose at home to end their season after the playoff bye, too.
— Dan Le Batard Show (@LeBatardShow) October 15, 2017
In Chicago, everyone throws touchdowns except for the quarterbacks
Last week, the Chicago Bears punter tossed a touchdown pass. This week, Bears rookie running back Tarik Cohen launched a decently thrown 21-yard pass for a score during their win over the Baltimore Ravens. Who will throw one next week for Chicago? A linebacker?
TARIK COHEN WITH A PASS TD!!! pic.twitter.com/axv7yzHVCn
— In The Stands (@inthestandspc) October 15, 2017
UPDATED BEARS QB DEPTH CHART:
— Truuuubi (@DrunkTrubisky) October 15, 2017
Can’t believe the Browns passed on QB Tarik Cohen
— Josh Norris (@JoshNorris) October 15, 2017
Tarik Cohen and Pat O’Donnell are both better than Mike Glennon. Have some fun, Dowell Loggains.
— M@ Spiegel (@MattSpiegel670) October 15, 2017