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Enemy Reaction 2017: Seahawks bye week special edition

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Week six of the 2017 NFL season will go down as an all-time memorable one. Whether it was the devastating Aaron Rodgers injury, the controversial touchdown reversal in the Patriots-Jets game, the fat guy touchdowns (plural!) in New Orleans, Antonio Brown’s miraculous catch, last week was just pure chaos. I don’t know if we should be thankful that the Seahawks weren’t a part of this, or regretful because Seattle could’ve upped the chaos levels to eleven.

Without further ado, here’s an Enemy Reaction first: Every game from Sunday. Enjoy!

Patriots 24 Jets 17 - Touchdown or not?

Vikings 23 Packers 10 - Down goes Aaron Rodgers

Redskins 26 49ers 24 - Hey Niners fans, remember Vernon Davis?

Bears 27 Ravens 24 (OT) - Joe Flacco is not elite

Ravens tie the game on a punt return touchdown

Mitchell Trubisky sets up game-winning field goal with great pass to Kendall Wright

Texans 33 Browns 17 - Wait... why is Will Fuller that wide open?

Dolphins 20 Falcons 17 - Atlanta blew a 17-0 lead with the reigning MVP at quarterback

Saints 52 Lions 38 - Who likes fat guy touchdowns? (Everyone raises their hand)

Rams 27 Jaguars 17 - Thanks a lot, Jacksonville

Leonard Fournette is fast

Jacksonville’s special teams are bad

Cardinals 38 Buccaneers 33 - Adrian Peterson lives?

Chargers 17 Raiders 16 - Hey, the Chargers CAN rely on their kicker to win a game!

Steelers 19 Chiefs 13 - Antonio Brown is not fair

Giants 23 Broncos 10 - Wait...are we sure the Broncos aren’t the 0-5 team?

Thanks to the following:

Patriots - Pats Pulpit
Jets - Gang Green Nation

Vikings - Daily Norseman
Packers - Acme Packing Company

Redskins - Hogs Haven
49ers - Niners Nation

Bears - Windy City Gridiron
Ravens - Baltimore Beatdown

Texans - Battle Red Blog
Browns - Dawgs by Nature

Dolphins - The Phinsider
Falcons - The Falcoholic

Saints - Canal Street Chronicles
Lions - Pride of Detroit

Rams - Turf Show Times
Jaguars - Big Cat Country

Cardinals - Revenge of the Birds
Buccaneers - Bucs Nation

Chargers - Bolts From The Blue
Raiders - Silver and Black Pride

Steelers - Behind the Steel Curtain
Chiefs - Arrowhead Pride

Giants - Big Blue View
Broncos - Mile High Report

Whew! That was a lot to get through. Now our attention turns towards the New York Giants, who are no longer winless but are still a bad team. The Seahawks have a great track record at MetLife Stadium, and they’ll be looking to maintain their unbeaten record at that venue on Sunday.

Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!