NFL Week 6: Top moments you might have missed

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Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers celebrates with his teammates after rushing for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers yells 'I still own you!' at Chicago Bears fans at Soldier Field. Pic: Getty

From thrilling overtime finishes, to history making plays and everything in between, Week 6 of the NFL season wasn’t lacking in the excitement department.

In addition to all the on-field drama taking place between Tottenham and Tennessee, there were also plenty of awe-inspiring, absorbing and just flat out amusing moments happening around the league. 

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Here’s what had fans talking on social media:

Aaron Rogers lets Bears fans have it

After scoring the decisive touchdown in the Green Bay Packers’ 24-14 win over the Chicago Bears, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers didn’t hesitate to let the Bears fans know about it.

Rodgers was clearly heard yelling ‘I still own you’ to the Bears fans at Soldier Field, adding even more spice to the storied divisional rivalry.

Referee steps in to protect Tom Brady

After throwing an interception against the Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady came in for some special attention from Eagles’ defensive end Derek Barnett.

A nearby referee stepped between the two players in an attempt to intervene, the only problem being the play was still live as the Eagles attempted to return the pick.

Aussie involved in eye-catching jersey swap

Australian offensive lineman Jordan Mailata was caught making a notable jersey exchange with Buccaneers nose tackle Vita Vea after the pair went toe-to-toe in Tampa Bay's 28-22 victory against the Eagles.

The exchange was captured in the background of a post game interview with Leonard Fournette, as Vea struggled to remove his jersey providing some comedic value.

Ravens grab photo for the mantle piece

The Baltimore Ravens were caught celebrating their 34-6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers with a neatly orchestrated team photo on the sideline.

There were still two minutes remaining in the contest, but with the game well and truly out of the Chargers’ reach, kicker Justin Tucker took on the role of photographer as the Ravens collected a nice souvenir of their fifth win of the season.

Patrick Mahomes’ mum chimes in on interception

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw two interceptions in the Chiefs’ 31-13 win over Washington Football Team, but it was the first of the pair that prompted an interesting reaction from one onlooker on Twitter.

Mahomes’ mum Randi felt the pick, which deflected off the hands of Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill right into the hands of Washington's Kendall Fuller, should’ve been considered a fumble instead.

Injured Russell Wilson raises eyebrows

Russell Wilson didn’t suit up in the Seattle Seahawks’ 23-20 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a finger injury, but that didn’t stop the Seahawks’ quarterback going through an elaborate pre-game routine.

Wilson ran his own imaginary two-minute drill prior to kick-off, featuring everything from make-believe huddles to play calls.

Jamal Adams proclaims himself ‘best in the nation’

Seattle Seahawks safety Jamal Adams used his Sunday Night Football player introduction to announce himself as the ‘best in the nation’.

The irony in this statement, as pointed out by Barstool Sports on Twitter, is that the graphic accompanying Adams’ introduction actually ranked him as the 62nd best safety in the NFL.

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