Who had "Daniel Jones makes ridiculous one-handed catch" on their Week 7 bingo card? How about "Tampa Bay Buccaneers official barters with fan to retrieve Tom Brady's 600th career TD ball that Mike Evans accidentally gave away?"
It seems equally unlikely that anyone had "Derrick Henry throws touchdown pass." That's because the latest NFL Sunday was chock-full of unexpected moments.
In case you were too busy coming to grips with the fact that Joe Burrow, Ja'Marr Chase and the Cincinnati Bengals handed the Baltimore Ravens a 24-point loss -- and secured a 5-2 start to the season -- to focus on the guy wearing a swim cap and goggles in Levi's Stadium, we've got you covered with all the wild, unforeseen and head-scratching moments you might have missed:
Daniel Jones shows off the hands ...
The OBJ comparisons rolled in immediately. Because if you're on the Giants (or any team, for that matter) and you make a one-handed catch, you're compared to OBJ. We don't make the rules.
Daniel Jones did his best OBJ impersonation 😂 pic.twitter.com/gja13hTtl4— ESPN (@espn) October 24, 2021
King Henry does it all ...
Henry saw Danny Dimes' catch and raised him a touchdown pass. It's also possible King Henry heard the argument that running backs don't win NFL MVP, so he decided to show off his arm.
Either way, the NFL's rushing leader finishing a drive out of the wildcat with a 5-yard touchdown to tight end MyCole Pruitt for the 7-0 lead was impressive, and it helped the Tennessee Titans to a huge 27-3 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
It was Henry's second career passing touchdown. He connected with wide receiver Corey Davis on a similarly designed play in the Titans' 28-12 win over the Baltimore Ravens in a 2019 divisional playoff game.
Get you an RB who can do both.
This is a thing? Apparently we weren't the only ones who felt blindsided by the holiday, as Panthers great and retired tight end Greg Olson made it clear at the end of this video that #NationalTightEndsDay wasn't observed when he was playing:
Good for tight ends. Demand your respect (and jersey sales).
Big day for Brady & Co. ...
It doesn't get much cooler than owning the title of "only QB to throw for 600 touchdowns in NFL history."
But if you can't be Brady, being the proud owner of his 600th touchdown ball is assuredly the next best thing -- not only for the artifact's historical significance but the financial boost selling it would presumably provide.
Thanks to Evans, one lucky fan was briefly in that position. That is until a Tampa Bay official came to ask for the ball back.
Evans, who gave the ball away without realizing its significance in the moment, took to Twitter after the game to apologize to his "big bro" Brady and express his relief that the ball had been returned to its rightful owner.
Sorry big bro glad that priceless legendary item was retrieved 🙏🏽🐐 https://t.co/IapscE2mBs— Mike Evans (@MikeEvans13_) October 25, 2021
In other Bucs news, Tampa Bay's defense brought out the "row your boat" celebration after forcing a turnover on Chicago Bears rookie QB Justin Fields. Then they did it again ... and again.
Fields became the first Bears player to fumble three times in a half since Jay Cutler in 2010, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
The most impressive part of the celebration has to be the turnout ... there were 13 people in that boat.
Wild weather in Santa Clara ...
There was rain. There was wind. There was more rain and wind.
It looked a lot like this:
While players were struggling to control the football, at least one fan looked completely at ease braving the elements. That's because he showed up to the stadium with a swim cap and goggles.
He came prepared 😂 pic.twitter.com/BXGLcgKBqF— NFL (@NFL) October 25, 2021
You could say he fully understood the assignment.
Rodgers isn't here for the hotel ...
Aaron Rodgers has never been one to shy away from speaking his mind, and Sunday was no exception.
After the Green Bay Packers beat the Washington Football Team, Rodgers shared that he had woken up with a sore back that morning. As he was shouting out members of the Packers training staff for helping him get right for the game, he also made sure to remind us of his qualms with the precedent that players must stay in a hotel the night before home games.
Aaron Rodgers said he woke up this morning with his back tight -- as he's said before, he's not a fan of staying in a hotel the night before a home game -- and credited athletic trainer Nate Weir and chiropractor Mike Zoelle for getting him right before the game.— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) October 24, 2021
"My back was a little stiff Saturday, and maybe you guys know this or don't know this, but there's an antiquated procedural thing in our league where the most important night of sleep, we stay at a hotel, and I don't want to blame it on the hotel -- it's a nice hotel -- but my bed at the house that I'm sleeping in every other night of my time here in Green Bay would probably be a little bit of a better option, I think, and that's just my opinion," Rodgers said when asked to elaborate.
Rodgers completed 27 of 35 passes for 274 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Packers' sixth straight win. Imagine what he would do if he got to sleep in his own bed.