A Recap in Emojis: NFL Week 4

This week in the NFL was much less about protests — while there were some — and much more about unity on the field, oh, and upsets. Thursday Night Football kicked off with a Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers rivalry match up. A freak thunderstorm sent the entire stadium to the concourse shortly after kickoff. The Packers won 35-14. The game in London, yet again, put people to sleep. The Carolina Panthers pulled off an upset in Foxborough. Monday Night Football ended in dramatic fashion. And the Rams continue to stun fans (and everyone around them). ARE THE RAMS GOOD?!


Here’s this week’s recap in emojis:


 Larry Fitzgerald saves the day for Arizona Cardinals fans. His game-winning only touchdown scored of the day in the 18-15 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.


 The New England Patriots have allowed a league-worst 32-points per week. (Last year, the team only allowed 15.6 per game — the fewest points allowed in the league last season.)


 The Kansas City Chiefs pulled out a last minute win. This game proved once again that gambling is bad.



 Looks like the Houston Texans finally found a quarterback. Deshaun Watson performed well again Sunday; he finished with four touchdowns, 283 yards, and one interception.


This is undoubtedly what Pittsburgh Steelers fans are doing now that Le’Veon Bell is back. He ran for 144 yards and two touchdowns Sunday.


 Denver Broncos TE AJ Derby’s one-handed touchdown catch….



Another thrilling game in London… The Miami Dolphins were shut out 20-0 by the New Orleans Saints.


 Poor, poor Oakland. Just as things were going well (again) Derek Carr falls to injury — this time he’s fractured his back and will be out 2-6 weeks.


Four weeks into the season, the Los Angeles Rams lead the league with 35.5 points per game. *scratches head*


 Uhhhh, the Buffalo Bills currently lead the AFC East. What?!


 This was the last week of a full slate of football until week 12 (once everyone’s had their bye week). I hate bye weeks. The Saints, Atlanta Falcons, Broncos and Washington Redskins will be off next week.

  Antonio Brown’s reaction after being wide-open on a play, but not being thrown to — good job, Big Ben.

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