NFL Week 13: Top moments you might’ve missed

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The New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills had to contend with some absolutely brutal conditions in their NFL matchup this week. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)
The New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills had to contend with some absolutely brutal conditions in their NFL matchup this week. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

With wild weather, dramatic finishes and more Tom Brady magic, Week 13 of the NFL season had a bit of everything.

Here’s some of the top moments you might have missed:

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Buffalo wind wreaks havoc

Winds gusting in excess of 80 km/h severely impacted the Monday Night Football clash between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots.

The weather was so bad both teams refused to even try kicking field goals in one direction of the field after Bills kicker Tyler Bass has this 33-yard attempt blow back in his face during warm-up. Patriots quarterback Mac Jones only attempted to throw three passes in the Pats’ 14-10 victory.

Roethlisberger shows his age

With rumours circulating that Ben Roethlisberger plans to retire at the end of the current NFL season, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback showed he’s probably making the right call by doing so.

The 39-year-old Roethlisberger looked every bit his age as he fell to the ground under no pressure while trying to make a throw against the Baltimore Ravens.

Kupp’s impressive answer

Cooper Kupp has been dazzling on the field for the Los Angeles Rams this season, but he also dazzled with this in-depth answer describing his 29-yard touchdown reception against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Minshew’s special father/son moment

Gardner Minshew got his first start for the Philadelphia Eagles against the New York Jets and promptly led them to a 33-18 victory.

He then shared this special moment with his father after his 242-yard, two touchdown performance.

Beckham pays tribute to COD

Odell Beckham Jr. has wasted no time settling into his new home in Los Angeles, already becoming an influential part of the Rams’ offence.

After scoring another touchdown against the Jaguars, the avid gamer celebrated by re-enacting the ‘self-revive’ from the video game Call of Duty Modern Warfare.

Lions break drought in dramatic fashion

With countless heartbreaking losses, the Detroit Lions have been no strangers to drama this season and that theme continued as they finally ended their 15-game winless streak.

Jared Goff threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Amon-Ra St. Brown on the final play of the game to steal a 29-27 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.

Brady closes in on more history

Tom Brady continues to age like a fine wine. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback threw four touchdowns as the Bucs defeated the Atlanta Falcons 30-17.

Two of those passes were to Rob Gronkowski, which is the 90th time the pair have connected for a touchdown. They now sit second on the list of most prolific touchdown duos in NFL history.

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