Week 7 of the 2022 NFL season included an unknown streak for two of the league’s oldest quarterbacks.
Their teams are both sitting at 3-4, which is also the last of all seasons. Their respective teams have both been below .500 since Rodgers became a starter in 2008.
This week, their opponents had lighthearted responses to their woes:
Tampa Bay closed as a 13-point favorite but failed to score a touchdown in the third-biggest upset of Brady’s career.
Here is our group 😏 pic.twitter.com/ABtSpAz9N0
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) October 23, 2022
Green Bay has been favored in its last three games but has given up all three, tying its longest losing streak as a Super Bowl-era favorite.
— Washington Commanders (@Commanders) October 23, 2022
Teams across the league celebrated their wins with celebratory messages:
Cleveland attempted a pregame troll on Thursday, but it was a futile effort as Baltimore escaped with the win. Although their AFC North opponent did not respond to the tweet, Old Bay fired back with their own barbs.
Apparently they think the Super Bowls are overrated too https://t.co/PXM4XsSADt
– OLD BAY (@OLDBAYSaisonnement) October 21, 2022
– OLD BAY (@OLDBAYSaisonnement) October 23, 2022
The Ravens are three-game losing streak after holding a double-digit lead this season, but managed to ride out another fourth-quarter slump this week.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 23, 2022
The Giants became the first team in NFL history to start 6-1 or better and win each of their first seven games decided by possession, with their six wins coming by a total of 27 points.
Pool party at your place pic.twitter.com/piIMta6G5t
— New York Giants (@Giants) October 23, 2022
Dak Prescott’s first game back got off to a slow start as the team was held scoreless in the first quarter, but the Cowboys recovered in the end.
— Dallas Cowboys (@dallascowboys) October 23, 2022
Flying in the win column 😏 pic.twitter.com/nn0rg6Z4P2
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) October 23, 2022