As Week 5 continues, there have already been some "C'mon, man!" plays in a few NFL games.
Costly interceptions have been rampant thus far, and a normally minor five-yard penalty ruins a team's chances of a possible comeback. So which players will be the objects of fans' displeasure this week?
Here are the NFL's biggest bonehead plays at this point in week 5.
A lot of people, even non-Texans fans, want to say Matt Schaub is an elite NFL quarterback.
"Look at the numbers," they say.
Well, you have to be able to win close games to be elite, and Schaub's awful interception deep in the red zone with six seconds left on the game clock disqualifies him.
After all, you aren't supposed to throw it directly to the guy in the Raiders uniform.
To be fair, Vick got hit on the play. But honestly, there wasn't an Eagle in sight.
Barnett must have thought he was wearing an Eagles uniform for a second.
But that wasn't the only boneheaded play for the Eagles on Sunday....
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....I'm really glad I'm not Juqua Parker right now.
I mean, sure, he gets paid way too much for doing something he loves. Who wouldn't envy that? But I can imagine the tongue lashing he must be getting from coaches and teammates for his brain fart against Buffalo.
On fourth-and-one, with a minute and 23 seconds left on the clock, the Buffalo Bills tried the oldest trick in the book—drawing the defense offsides. If the Eagles don't jump, they likely have one last chance to tie up the game and send it into overtime.
Guess who jumped?
With just minutes left in the ball game and a 29-25 deficit, the Giants had the ball in the red zone.
Manning threw a pass in front of Cruz, who tipped it up and right into the hands of Brandon Browner, who took it all the way to the house.
Josh Freeman had a breakout 2010 season, but the Kansas State product has struggled so far this season.
Among his two interceptions against the San Francisco 49ers was a terrible throw directly to cornerback Carlos Rodgers, who took the ball 31 yards for the touchdown.
The play triggered a complete meltdown by the Buccaneers, who are down 48-3 with just two minutes left in the game (as of now).
Not that the Bucs would have won had Freeman not thrown that pick six and taken the wind out of Tampa's sails, but you have to think the game could have been different.