NFL: Must-see moments of Week 5
Aaron Rodgers picked twice in opening half
Interceptions were plentiful in Sunday afternoon's NFL matches, with a prolific streak coming to an end at Lambeau Field, while Seattle may get a call for some rough stuff after getting their season's first pick.
Here are some of the must-see moments from Week 5.
Aaron Rodgers flawless home streak ends
The Green Bay Packers quarterback showed he is in fact human as the St. Louis Rams finally picked Aaron Rodgers at home.
Rodgers threw his first interception at Lambeau Field since Dec. 12, 2012 late in the first quarter.
Aaron Rodgers had a streak of 586 straight attempts without throwing an INT at Lambeau That streak is over <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/STLvsGB?src=hash">#STLvsGB</a> <a href="http://t.co/XC2abZCSZQ">http://t.co/XC2abZCSZQ</a>—@NFL
It wasn't exactly Rodgers day, he went on to throw another interception in the first half. It was only the fourth time in his career that he has thrown more than one interception in a game at home.
Aaron Rodgers hadn't thrown an INT at home in over 580 attempts. And now he's thrown two This is pick No. 2 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/STLvsGB?src=hash">#STLvsGB</a> <a href="http://t.co/YPYvbEDmam">http://t.co/YPYvbEDmam</a>—@NFL
Andy Dalton slammed after interception
Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas got his team their first pick of the season off Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton to prevent a touchdown and went back for 68 yards late in the first half.
Earl Thomas picks off Andy Dalton in the end zone & is THIS close to taking it to the house. He's good. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/SEAvsCIN?src=hash">#SEAvsCIN</a> <a href="http://t.co/fCKfgftzgc">http://t.co/fCKfgftzgc</a>—@NFL
Unfortunately for Thomas, Seattle defensive end took several cheap shots at Dalton after the interception and was flagged on the play.
Did Dalton run over Michael Bennett's dog recently? <a href="http://t.co/fyxqFGFyLx">pic.twitter.com/fyxqFGFyLx</a>—@barstoolsports
Joe Flacco fools Browns defence
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco made the Cleveland Browns look pretty silly early in the opening quarter by faking out their defence at the goal line for an easy six points.
Flacco went untouched into the end zone to earn his 11th-career rushing touchdown.
4 words for you: Joe. Flacco. Naked. Bootleg. TOUCHDOWN --> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/FlaccoSPIKE?src=hash">#FlaccoSPIKE</a>! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/CLEvsBAL?src=hash">#CLEvsBAL</a> <a href="http://t.co/0BRgi0m1Tt">http://t.co/0BRgi0m1Tt</a>—@NFL
Calvin Johnson breaks Lions catch record
Although things have not been going well for the Detroit Lions thus far this season, Calvin Johnson did manage to make his way into the record books against the Arizona Cardinals.
Johnson broke Herman Moore's career catch record with his 671st grab in the first half.
Congrats to Calvin Johnson! He has broken the <a href="https://twitter.com/Lions">@Lions</a> franchise record for most receptions (671) <a href="http://t.co/fk8d5WdNTG">pic.twitter.com/fk8d5WdNTG</a>—@nflnetwork
Josh McCown shreds Ravens in victory
Josh McCown's 457 passing yards broke the Cleveland Browns single-game record in Cleveland's 33-30 OT win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Josh McCown set a <a href="https://twitter.com/Browns">@Browns</a> single game record with 457 passing yards passing Brian Sipe's 444 in 1981.—@DMurph_BrownsPR