Amusing is one word that would accurately describe what went down during Week 12 of the 2017 NFL season. Everything from Michael Crabtree getting his chain ripped off again, to Mohamed Sanu having a better arm than any current Cleveland Browns quarterback, to Jimmy Garoppolo finally making his debut with the San Francisco 49ers.

So how exactly did the football fans on Twitter react to the league’s best moments this week?

Minnesota Vikings celebrate with some Thanksgiving dinner

This season, the Minnesota Vikings have been one of the most creative teams in the NFL when it comes to touchdown celebrations. Their bar was set even higher after Vikings quarterback Case Keenum ran in for a score against the Detroit Lions last Thursday and the Minnesota offense proceeded to sit in a dinner-style circle in the middle of the end zone.

Aqib Talib vs. Michael Crabtree: Battle for the Chain, Part II

It is hard to forget about the scene from 2016 when Denver Broncos corner Aqib Talib ripped the gold chain right off the neck of Oakland Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree. Well, the two got into it again on Sunday and guess what happened — again?

49ers are finally forced to play their savior, Jimmy Garoppolo

Towards the end of their game with Seattle Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers lost rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard to a knee injury. The 49ers had no other choice but to put in the player they sent a second-round pick to the New England Patriots for back in October. All Jimmy Garoppolo proceeded to do was complete every pass he attempted, including one for a touchdown.

Mohamed Sanu casually tosses a 51-yard touchdown to Julio Jones

If someone were to bet on which Atlanta Falcons player would throw the team’s first touchdown on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, chances are most would put their money on Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. Well, everyone would have lost their cash as Atlanta receiver (yes, receiver) Mohamed Sanu chucked a 51-yard bomb to fellow receiver Julio Jones for a touchdown in the game’s second quarter.

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Adam has been covering the NFL for the last five years and his work has been published by a number of sports-related websites you may or may not have heard of including USA TODAY, SB Nation, and FanSided. In addition to writing for The Comeback, Adam is also the Co-Editor of The Viking Age. If you want to make him laugh, he's always in the mood for a good Manti Te'o joke.