In case you were too hungover to watch anything else after the Patriots game yesterday, we’ve compiled the Top 5 moments from Week 12. A lot of wild plays were made yesterday so here’s what you need to see.
Christian McCaffrey had a downright Madden kind of game on Sunday rushing for 125 yards and a TD while also catching 11 balls for 112 yards and another TD through the air. Incredible performance from the Stanford product as he continues to prove he’s more than just the “receiving” back many projected him to be in the NFL.
.@run__cmc bringing the speed 👀
📺: FOX #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/vguuhHmtjy
— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 2018
Speaking of Madden type plays, this one from Browns tight end David Njoku for a TD is the exact type of play in Madden that would have made me fire my controller off the wall in college. Glitch city.
Njoku gets the touchdown, but he definitely got some help 😂
— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) November 25, 2018
We’ve got Seattle runningback Chris Carson doing Matrix type flips on the field. Usually leaving your feet NEVER ends well, somehow Carson ends up right back where he started unharmed and ready to run.
I’ve watched Chris Carson’s flip and stuck landing a million times and I still can’t figure it out pic.twitter.com/r9MzuPD96u
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) November 25, 2018
If we’re being honest, that flip and that landing really reminded me more of this than anything else:
Baker Mayfield continues to live dangerously going off for four TDs in a win over the Bengals. After the game he took ex-head coach Hue Jackson, who is now an assistant with division rival Cincinnati, behind the shed after the game.
The full back-and-forth with #Browns QB Baker Mayfield on his interaction with Hue Jackson, motivation with #Bengals rivalry pic.twitter.com/0npV4JQCRL
— Keith Britton (@KeithBritton86) November 25, 2018
Hue Jackson went for the hug and Baker hit him with the “we’re just friends” handshake 😂 pic.twitter.com/khycq8Vhik
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) November 25, 2018
Ben Roethlisberger just gift wrapped the No. 2 seed for the Patriots with one of the worst interceptions you will ever see. In a game where he threw for 462 yards and a TD, Big Ben completely submarined the entire day with one awful throw.
Why would he think this was an acceptable pass to throw? pic.twitter.com/Nwbjs85vFG
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) November 26, 2018
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