Inside Week 6’s Locker Room Celebrations
Week 6 might have been one of the best Sunday Night football match-ups (and possibly the future AFC Championship game) between the Pats and Chiefs. Other exciting moments Sunday had the Bears and the Dolphins down to the wire and some upsets in Cincinnati and Dallas. The teams who won enjoyed their wins in the locker room post0-game.
Note: The speeches below are the ones made public by team sites. We will add more when and if they become available.
Falcons 34 Buccaneers 29
Atlanta took down Tampa Bay at home to get just their second win of the year. After the win, Dan Quinn gave the players props on what he calls a “team win.”
🎙VICTORY SPEECH 🎙
Go inside the locker room to hear from DQ after our win over Tampa Bay. pic.twitter.com/veeESlgYLs
— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) October 14, 2018
Chargers 38 Browns 14
To celebrate the LA Chargers win over the Browns in Cleveland Anthony Lynn decided the game ball to Chargers late owner Alex Spanos and his wife, Faye Spanos.
This one is for Alex and Faye. pic.twitter.com/KmvpjYQmoP
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) October 14, 2018
Jets 42 Colts 34
Todd Bowles gave credit to his team following the Jets win telling them they wouldn’t have won the game last year. The speech ends with Coach Rogers breakdown.
Special breakdown from Coach Rodgers! pic.twitter.com/5Eeeuw3vcp
— New York Jets (@nyjets) October 14, 2018
Vikings 27 Cardinals 17
The Vikings hear from Coach Zimmer after their win. Zimmer gives credits the run game before reminding the team all their battles will be hard fought.
“That’s what we expect.” – Coach Zimmer#Skol pic.twitter.com/snrvsEq83M
— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) October 14, 2018
Rams 23 Broncos 20
Sean McVay energetically praises his team and gives a game ball to Todd Gurley and former Broncos coach Wade Phillips.
“This is special — not because we beat the Broncos — because of you guys. I appreciate it and I love you guys.” – @sonofbum pic.twitter.com/VfI4SMmeLT
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) October 15, 2018