While NFL Sunday Week 8 falls on a fun holiday for most, there are some teams that are going to have a scarier than usual Halloween.
Will Jameis Winston get revenge against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team that drafted him first in 2015? Will Dak Prescott start in Sunday night's Dallas Cowboys-Minnesota Vikings matchup? Can the Miami Dolphins stop their six-game losing streak against the AFC East-leading Buffalo Bills?
There are many questions left to be answered, but one thing is certain: The walk-in looks are to be admired. From individual costumes to matching team fashion, Halloween 2021 is bringing out some of the best. Hey, maybe some of us who struggle to be creative can use today's costumes as inspiration for next year.
Myles Garrett is really in the spirit this year (check out his tombstone-filled front yard), and his costume as the "Sack Reaper" is no surprise. Garrett leads the NFL with 9.5 sacks so far this season.
Check out the back of that cape!
Allen was not the only BIlls quarterback ready for a football game at 1 p.m. and a tee time at 5 p.m.
The Proud Family
How many yards is Mark Davis about to run for today? The Atlanta Falcons running back is dressed as a guard from the hit Netflix show "Squid Game" -- and if you know anything about the show, Davis is now the player to watch today as the Falcons take on the Carolina Panthers.
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram also got into the Squid Game spirit.
The famous hip-hop dance crew Jabbawockeez are sure to be impressed by the Cleveland Browns' offensive line. They look ready to dance up and down the field against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jabbabrownzies 🕺 pic.twitter.com/n0KBp3fkpg— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 31, 2021
It's a classic costume that somehow never loses its touch of scariness.
New York Jets defensive end Shaq Johnson is definitely delivering the fear on Halloween as Chucky.
Ready for liftoff
Other Bears players are also bringing their Halloween A-game.
He can be a nightmare to a quarterback, so TJ Watt's cleats are no surprise.
Spooky shoes 😱🎈 pic.twitter.com/pMCwWnFdjv— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) October 31, 2021