NFL Week 11 featured a lot of great things, but it also had a lot of bad things. We aren't here to celebrate the good, though, this is a celebration of all things bad.
There were bad performances, bad throws, bad tackles, and one really good punch that really was a bad thing, but there you go.
So, yes, Richard Seymour is on this list, but there were a lot of other bad things going on in the NFL this week.
Strap yourselves in and don't read this while you're eating, it won't be pretty.
Vince Young tore his flexor tendon in his thumb, and Head Coach Jeff Fisher sat him down.
Young's response? Throw a temper tantrum and throw his shoulder pads into the stands on his way off the field.
Young's time in Tennessee is rapidly coming to a close, he's becoming part of the problem.
The Buffalo Bills are by no definition a "good" team.
But obviously the Bengals aren't either as they blew a big lead and got completely outplayed in the second half.
It was like the Bills got possessed by the ghosts of Thurman Thomas and Jim Kelly while the Bengals returned to their usual place of futility.
Go dial up the replay of Maurice Jones-Drew's 75-yard run. I challenge you to find one player on the Browns defensive line or secondary attempted what could be called a professional tackle.
For the second week in a row, the Browns lose a game in the final seconds because no one knows how to tackle the ball carrier.
Yes, Brett Favre technically got "revenge" last year, but there's now way Favre goes into any game against the Packers without revenge in his mind.
With that out of the way, welcome to retirement, Mr. Favre!!
If Brad Childress is employed by the time you read this, color me shocked. The Vikings are a complete mess, and Childress carries a large part of the blame.
The offense has been hit by injuries, but that's no excuse for a lot of the poor play on both sides of the ball.
If Childress isn't fired this week, it's because they don't want to do it right before Thanksgiving.
The Vikings are nice that way.
No pictures of the penalty were available, so enjoy this picture of Randy Moss.
Anyway, the refs called a controversial roughing the passer penalty in overtime that helped set up the game-winning field goal for the Redskins.
As an impartial observer, we're not saying the refs were wrong, we're just saying that sometimes the refs should keep their flags in their pockets.
That's all we're saying.
The Manning Face made it's dramatic return as Peyton Manning threw an interception in the closing minute of the game right as the Colts were entering field goal range.
There were a lot of bad interceptions on Sunday.
This one was worse.
Jason Campbell didn't finish this game, and it wasn't because they carried him off the field in a stretcher.
Campbell has been great the last few weeks, but the inconsistent quarterback that got benched the first week of the season has returned.
Good job, Jason!! You got a 26.2 QB Rating!!
If the Texans had even a haflway competent defense, they might be challenging for the division lead. Instead, they have two straight games in a row that ended poorly due to defensive breakdowns.
If anyone can find the Texans defense in the fourth quarter, please alert the authorities, the rest of the team misses them.
Using a challenge to determine if Eli Manning was down by contact with less than four minutes left in the fourth quarter when Manning fumbled was about as boneheaded a move as any coaching move on Sunday.
Whoever in the booth told Coughlin to throw that challenge flag better get their eyes checked because that call was about as bad as it gets. Manning fumbled, end of story.
The Browns make this list yet again for forcing 87.536 turnovers in the second half and only scoring .49724 points off of those turnovers.
The offensive line couldn't protect Colt McCoy, and the wide receivers couldn't shake the coverage to save their lives, but at some point, the coaches have to ask themselves what they're trying to accomplish on offense when six turnovers only results in 10 points.
As entertaining as it is to watch a quarterback get put down with one punch, that's not really showing good sportsmanship, and Richard Seymour was rightly ejected for his punch that sent Ben Roethlisberger down for the count.
The whole situation didn't make a lot of sense, and postgame comments indicate all is forgiven on the Steelers end, especially since they proceeded to kick the stuffing out of the Raiders.