Football fans, it’s Week 6 of the NFL season, and this Sunday’s slate starts with a high-stakes AFC North rivalry game followed by America’s game of the week.
Check out the best moments from across the league from Week 6.
Not a great start, Kirk
On the first play of the game, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins attempted a play fake, which didn’t fool Atlanta Falcons linebacker Deion Jones.
Joneses in Atlanta are making plays
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had all the time in the world on third-and-11 in the pocket to launch a rocket receiver Julio Jones.
Jones brought in his first touchdown of the season with a nice little 20-yarder.
Drew Lock drops dimes in return
After being sidelined for two weeks due to injury, Broncos quarterback Drew Lock looked in tip-top shape against the Patriots.
Lock connected with receiver Tim Patrick who got just enough separation for the 41-yard grab.
Broncos big-man interception
New England quarterback Cam Newton’s pass was tipped, and Denver’s defensive end Shelby Harris went horizontal for the dive and the pick.
The Broncos recorded their second interception of the season.
Foles into full coverage
Nick Foles tossed a dart on third down in the red zone into a tight window for receiver Cole Kmet.
Congratulations to rookie Kmet for his first score of the season.
Minkah Fitzpatrick makes house calls
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick stayed patient and made the play, picking off Cleveland quarterback Baker Mayfield to take it in for a 33-yard score.
Fitzpatrick’s four defensive touchdowns are tied with Baltimore’s Marcus Peters for the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2018.
Make sure to check back for more top plays throughout the day!
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