Another week of the NFL season has come again. Week 7 had plenty of big moments and stories. From historic touchdown passes to new teams entering the playoff conversation. Here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know from the Week 7 Sunday slate.
Brady Gets His 600th In Big Win.
Tom Brady becomes the first player in NFL history with 600 touchdown passes pic.twitter.com/nY2maCQw2n
— Jomboy Media (@JomboyMedia) October 24, 2021
The NFL’s resident cyborg has achieved another historical record. Tom Brady threw the 600th touchdown pass of his career in a 3-38 victory over the Chicago Bears. Brady is the only QB in NFL history to throw 600 touchdowns, and the guy looks like he will play long enough to throw 700. Tampa has been clicking all season, which is terrible news for the rest of the league.
Time To Hit The Panic Button In Kansas City?
DERRICK HENRY PASSING TD 😳
— ESPN (@espn) October 24, 2021
The biggest surprise of the season has been the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs have looked like a shell of their former selves as they look up at the rest of the AFC West. King Henry and the Titans throttled the Chiefs on Sunday, having many folks reassess how good Kansas City actually is. The Chiefs after figure it out soon if they want to be playing in January.
Welcome To Relevancy Cincinnati.
THE BENGALS WANT THE AFC NORTH 👑
— PFF (@PFF) October 24, 2021
Did anybody have the Cincinnati Bengals leading the AFC North halfway through the season on their bingo card? The Bengals dominated every aspect of their lopsided victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Joe Burrow is a rising star giving Bengals fans hope of a brighter future and possibly a hopeful present.
Stafford Experiences A Lions’ Loss On The Winning Side.
Matthew Stafford now has 300 passing touchdowns 💪 pic.twitter.com/MdaJa3vLgs
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 24, 2021
The Detroit Lions gave it everything they had against the Los Angeles Rams. In what seemed like Detroit’s season Super Bowl, the team ran two successful fake punts and one successful onside kick in a tough loss to the Rams. While the Lions’ approach to the game seemed to be backyard miracles, Matthew Stafford and the Rams stayed the course and took home the W. Stafford threw the 300th touchdown of his career against his former team. Just adding another knife to an already hurt Lions fan base.