Inside Week 5’s Locker Room Celebrations

This week in the NFL the Chiefs and the Rams continued winning, the Cardinals won for the first time all year and the Browns now have more wins through 5 weeks than they had all last season. Those teams and others who made it to the win column didn’t hold back in their post-game speeches and celebrations.

Note: The speeches below are the ones made public by team sites. We will add more when and if they become available.

Detroit 31 Green Bay 23

The Lions win their second game of the season under new head coach Matt Patricia. Patricia gives his team props and tells them to enjoy the bye-week win.

Carolina 33 New York Giants 31

Everyone in New Carolina held their breath as Graham Gano setup to kick a 63-yard field goal with seconds let in the game. The FG was good, and the Panthers improve to 3-1and Gano was celebrated by his teammates when he walked into the locker room post game.


Buffalo 13 Tennessee 12

The Bills improve to 2-3 on the season after Sunday’s win over the Titans, and three members of the team and coaching staff are celebrated post game.

Cleveland 12 Baltimore 9

The Browns gave fans another nail-bitter taking the game to overtime to get the victory. Cleveland now has two more victories than they had the last season and a half a celebration which calls for two post-game celebrations and game ball awards.

Kansas City 30 Jacksonville 14

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are still unbeaten after facing off with Jalen Ramsey and the Jags defense. Mahomes ends the post-game celebrations with a speech to the team as they look to the Pats next week.

Los Angeles Chargers 26 Oakland 10

The Chargers improve to 3-2 after a win over the Raiders, but the real celebration came after the game when Mike Pouncey sang karaoke.

Minnesota 23 Philadelphia 21

The lights might have gone out a few seconds into Mike Zimmer’s speech, but he still finished after Minnesota took a close one on the road over the Eagles.

Los Angeles Rams 33 Seattle 31

Sean McVay was HYPE after the Rams win over Seattle. He couldn’t stay still as he gave props to members of the Rams team.

Arizona 28 San Francisco 18

After the Cardinals win their first game of the year coach Steven Wilks gives the offense props before he exclaims, “And we scored on defense!”

Houston 19 Dallas 16

Houston wins the close battle in Texas. Bill O’Brien loves the energy his team has as they improve to 2-3 on the season.