Dec 31, 2017; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Buffalo Bills cornerback E.J. Gaines (28) reacts during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Week 17 of each NFL season is always a bittersweet time for most football fans. It usually delivers some of the year’s most exciting moments with playoff spots and seedings at stake, but it is also is the last time for some fans to watch their favorite team play until next season.

After everything that went down during the final week of the 2017 NFL season, what were some of the best football-related posts made by those who own a Twitter account?

Bengals knock the Ravens out of the playoffs

For their final game of the 2017 regular season, the Cincinnati Bengals did not have much to play for, other than the chance to ruin the season for their AFC North rival, the Baltimore Ravens. All the Ravens had to do on Sunday was get a win and they would be planning for a matchup in the first round of the AFC playoffs.

However, Cincinnati and quarterback Andy Dalton had other plans.

Bills’ 17-year playoff drought comes to an end

Thanks to Dalton and the Bengals’ last-second win over Baltimore, something happened on Sunday that has not occurred since Justin Bieber was five-years-old. The Buffalo Bills clinched a playoff berth for the first time since the 1999 season.

A few Bills fans were happy about their team’s accomplishment this week. Just a few.

Eagles punter forgets to take his sweatpants off

It was a little chilly on Sunday as the Philadelphia Eagles hosted the Dallas Cowboys — around 20 degrees, to be more precise. As some players do when the weather is cold, Eagles punter Donnie Jones was wearing sweatpants during the game to keep warm. The only problem was, he forgot to take them off when it was his turn to head out onto the field.

Browns become second NFL team ever to go 0-16

The 2017 season has definitely not been one to remember for the Cleveland Browns. Not once did the Browns have more points than their opponent after four quarters this year. And despite not having a single win, Cleveland head coach Hue Jackson is still expected to keep his job.

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