Week 10 of the NFL season kicked with an international infusion as the Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced off in Germany while our own FOX NFL Sunday crew broadcast from Qatar ahead of the 2022 World Cup. Back on the home front, however, one early game had to deal with an aggressive advance — of pigeons.
Let’s take a look at all of today’s trending moments.
McCarthy comes back to Green Bay, honors Lombardi
The Cowboys–Packers matchup, America’s Game of the Week on FOX, marks Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy’s first trip to Lambeau Field since he was fired by the Packers in 2018. McCarthy, who won a Super Bowl with Green Bay, paid tribute to legendary Packers coach Vince Lombardi before the game.
Get a friend like Noah Brown
Lamb has two touchdowns so far against the Packers, and fellow Cowboys receiver Noah Brown made sure his teammate looked good doing so.
Ramsey honors Takeoff
Before his 100th career NFL game — and first after the public funeral of rapper Kirsnick Khari Ball, better known as Takeoff — star Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey honored the late Migos member with cleats bearing Takeoff’s image.
Walt and Jesse take SoFi
Breaking Bad co-stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reunited to take in the game together Sunday afternoon. No word yet on whether the Hollywood stars are rooting for the Rams or the team that is based next door to New Mexico.
A family affair!
Justin with the soccer-style fakeout
Justin Jefferson got the Vikings on the board first with a touchdown catch, but added a new element to his signature dance by faking a leg cramp.
It may have scared Vikings fans and those who have the star wideout on their fantasy team, but it turns out Jefferson may have been mimicking a USMNT celebration in advance of the 2022 World Cup, which kicks off one week from Sunday on FOX:
November in Buffalo means one thing:
For the birds!
Temperatures hovered in the 40s in Pittsburgh, but these fans at Acrisure Stadium were able to stay warm:
What a crowd!
The first NFL game in Germany appeared to be a roaring success — literally. A packed crowd cheered and even serenaded the Bucs and Seahawks both during and after Tampa Bay’s 21-16 win over Seattle.
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