The best NFL Twitter trolls of Week 7 include the Panthers, Ravens, Giants and more

Two of the league’s longest tenured quarterbacks had an uncharted streak heading into Week 7 of the 2022 NFL season.

It was the second time since the Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost for the second week in a row. Aaron Rodgers And Tom Brady are experiencing simultaneous failures.

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Both of their teams sit at 3-4, the latest in any season in which both their respective teams have been under .500 since Rodgers became a starter again in 2008.

This week, their opponents had some simple answers to their misfortunes:

Tampa Bay closed as a 13-point favorite, but couldn’t score a touchdown in the third biggest upset of Brady’s career.

Green Bay was favored in its last three games but dropped all three, matching its longest losing streak as a favorite in the Super Bowl era.

Teams across the league celebrated their wins with celebratory posts:

Cleveland attempted a pregame troll Thursday, but it was a futile attempt as Baltimore escaped with a victory. While its AFC North opponent didn’t respond to the tweet, Old Bay fired back with some barbs of its own.

The Ravens have lost three times this season after blowing double-digit leads, but managed to overcome another fourth-quarter slump this week.

The Giants started 6-1 or better, won each of their first seven games by one possession, and became the first team in NFL history to have six of their wins come by a combined 27 points.

Dak Prescott’s first game got off to a slow start as the team went scoreless in the first quarter, but the Cowboys eventually recovered.

Joe Burrow is connected with Tyler Boyd On a 60-yard touchdown run early in the game, the Bengals never looked back, with Burrow passing for 345 yards in the first half alone.

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