Dec 3, 2017; Seattle, WA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) reacts after a failed fourth down play against the Seattle Seahawks during the fourth quarter at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

In terms of memorable moments from the NFL this season, a good chunk of them have come from incidents and events that have taken place off the field. However, this was not the case in Week 13 as most of the action happened in the actual gameplay from around the league.

So how did NFL fans from Twitter react to a few of the most notable moments from what went down in Week 13?

Rob Gronkowski delivers a concussion-inducing late-hit

As the game between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills was winding down on Sunday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw a pass that was intended for tight end Rob Gronkowski but then actually ended up getting intercepted by Bills rookie corner Tre’Davious White. Apparently upset about not getting a flat thrown for defensive pass interference or holding on the play, Gronkowski let his anger out by delivering a disgustingly, unnecessary hit to the back of White’s head after the whistle had already blown to end the play.

Eagles lose for the first time since Week 2

With just one loss in their first 11 games of the 2017 season, the Philadelphia Eagles falling 24-10 to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday came as a shock to some. Especially for some of the Eagles’ fans, who proceeded to act like the sky was falling after their team lost for only the second time all year.

Marcus Peters does his best impression of a referee

While his team was attempting to avoid their sixth loss in the past seven games on Sunday against the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs corner Marcus Peters was not happy with a penalty called during the Jets’ attempted two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. In response to his team getting a flag thrown on them during the play, Peters reacted by taking the flag and throwing it into the stands at New York’s MetLife Stadium.

Joe Flacco can actually be funny?

Everyone remembers the awkward pre-game speech from Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston from a few weeks ago in which he sucked on his fingers to apparently portray himself eating a “W” (also known as a win). Well, following his team’s 44-20 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco stepped up to the podium for his postgame presser and proceed to do his own version of “eating a W.”

Another phallic-like object gets thrown on the field in Buffalo

Buffalo Bills fans are some of the classiest and most respectful groups around the entire NFL. Just kidding. Bills fans never shy away from the opportunity to commit an outrageous act like tossing a dildo onto the field for the second straight season when the New England Patriots come to town.

Steelers continue to bodyslam their celebration competition this season

During a game that was marred by some pretty brutal hits, the Pittsburgh Steelers still found a way to have some fun during their 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday. After a touchdown from Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell in the third quarter, Pittsburgh revealed their latest end zone celebration of 2017.

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