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Bengals defeat Seattle Seahawks with top trolling in NFL Week 6

Week 6 of the 2023 NFL season saw the Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars, Houston Texans, and Washington Commanders secure wins and troll their opponents on social media.

In Week 6 of the 2023 NFL season, the trolls were out in full force, causing quite a stir from London to Houston. The Cincinnati Bengals managed to secure their first back-to-back wins of the season by defeating the Seattle Seahawks. Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars swept their AFC South rivals, the Indianapolis Colts, for the second time this season. The Washington Commanders also got back on track after a three-game losing streak.

Not only did these wins bring joy to the teams and their fans, but they also sparked a social media frenzy with some well-placed jabs. Let's take a closer look at the top trolls of Week 6.

The Cincinnati Bengals faced off against the Seattle Seahawks and despite being outgained by 167 total yards, they came out victorious with a score of 17-13. Joe Burrow had an impressive performance, throwing for 185 yards and two touchdowns, while Ja'Marr Chase made six catches for 80 yards. The Bengals couldn't resist taking a playful dig at the Seahawks, even mentioning Seattle's rainy weather in their social media posts.

In another exciting match, the Jacksonville Jaguars triumphed over the Indianapolis Colts with a final score of 37-20. The Colts made a late fourth-quarter surge, cutting the deficit to 11 points, but the Jaguars managed to hold them off with two crucial turnovers on downs. Gardner Minshew, filling in for the injured Anthony Richardson, threw for 329 yards and one touchdown, but also had three interceptions. The Jaguars wasted no time in rubbing their victory in the faces of their division rivals on social media.

The Houston Texans faced a tough challenge against the New Orleans Saints, who had an impressive 430 yards of offense. However, the Texans' strong defense held them to just one touchdown. C.J. Stroud continued to shine, throwing for 199 yards and two touchdowns, extending his streak of consecutive games with a passing touchdown to five, a record shared with Texans rookies Watson and Davis Mills. Houston couldn't resist trolling the Saints with their own version of the famous "Who Dat?" chant after the game.

Lastly, the Washington Commanders managed to secure a much-needed win against the Atlanta Falcons with a score of 24-16. A late goal line interception by Desmond Ridder sealed the victory for the Commanders, who had suffered three consecutive losses prior to this game. Ridder had an impressive performance, throwing for 307 yards and two touchdowns, despite throwing three interceptions. Washington's offense struggled, only managing to gain 197 yards, but they cleverly trolled the Falcons on social media to celebrate their win.

In addition to these exciting games, Tucker, the kicker for the Baltimore Ravens, made history in the London game by going six-for-six on field goals, the most made by any kicker in a London game. Lamar Jackson also had a solid performance, throwing for one touchdown and gaining 223 passing yards and 62 rushing yards. This win propelled the Ravens to the top of the AFC North, and they couldn't resist taking a playful jab at the Tennessee Titans.

Week 6 of the 2023 NFL season was filled with thrilling games, impressive performances, and some lighthearted trolling on social media. As the season progresses, it's clear that these teams are not just focused on winning on the field, but also winning the battle of wits online.

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