Week 12 of the NFL season began with plenty of full plates with the Thanksgiving Day slate and Sunday's games delivered even more action.
It was the Mike White show at MetLife Stadium as he dazzled in his first start of the season for the Zach Wilson-less New York Jets. Meanwhile, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were stuffed in a surprising overtime loss to the Cleveland Browns.
Some teams celebrated their wins in a more festive fashion than others in the best trolls from Week 12:
Philadelphia Eagles 40, Green Bay Packers 33
Philly quite literally ran away with a victory. The Eagles totaled 363 yards on the ground -- 103 of which Jalen Hurts earned in the first quarter alone.
Green Bay managed to keep things close even with Jordan Love at the helm after Aaron Rodgers exited with an injury, but couldn't overcome the NFC's No.1 seed.
Las Vegas Raiders 40, Seattle Seahawks 34
Entering Sunday,Josh Jacobs' longest touchdown run was 28 yards. Jacobs ended the game with an 86-yard score, finishing with a franchise-record 229 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He also accounted for 303 of Las Vegas' 576 total yards.
Calling the Raiders' trip to Seattle a success would be an understatement.
Washington Commanders 19, Atlanta Falcons 13
Kendall Fuller made the game-sealing interception for Washington in what was a run-heavy matchup. RookieBrian Robinson Jr.shined in his first career 100-yard rushing game that was the first for a Commanders player this season.
Washington's social team took the time to acknowledge all of their wins so far this season.
New York Jets 31, Chicago Bears 10
Mike White has only started in four NFL games, but that's all he needed to write his name in the history books alongside some notable quarterbacks. On Sunday he joined Patrick Mahomes, Austin Davis, Kurt Warner and Mark Rypien as the fifth player in NFL history to have multiple games with 300 yards passing and three touchdown passes in his first four career starts.
The Jets celebrated his impressive stat line after the win.
Cleveland Browns 23, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17
From a skunk invading the stadiumto a game-ending touchdown run in overtime from Nick Chubb, this game had a little bit of everything. In the end, the Browns sent the Bucs packing and reveled in the win.
Dallas Cowboys 28, New York Giants 20
Dak Prescott has gotten used to feasting on his NFC East rival. After losing his first two career starts against New York, Prescott has earned 10 consecutive victories against the Giants.
The win also ended a three-game Thanksgiving losing streak for Dallas.
Buffalo Bills 28, Detroit Lions 25
There's no place like home -- or like Ford Field for Buffalo. The Bills earned their second victory in five days in the Motor City thanks to Tyler Bass' game-winning 45-yard field goal.