Week 7: Curse, Coincidence or Superstition
- Published: Oct. 23, 2012 at 12:56 p.m.
- Updated: Oct. 23, 2012 at 02:13 p.m.
Many sports fans are inclined to believe that team losses can be traced back to superstition. So who said or did something to ruin their team's chance at a win in Week 7? Let's take a look.
Win the game first, celebrate later
2 touchdowns. 2 over-the-top touchdown celebrations. 1 loss. The superstition gods don't like show-offs. (US Presswire)
Terrell Suggs returns, but T-Sizzle was not enough to rally the Ravens against the Houston Texans. The Ravens' lacked sizzle on both sides of the ball in their 13-43 defeat. (Thomas Campbell/US Presswire)
Ghost of Tebow Time
Tebow Time continues to haunt Mark Sanchez as the Jets starting QB fails to finish in the final moments of the game. (Stephan Savoia/Associated Press)
Good things come in 3's
In his third career game against the Bills, Titans running back Chris Johnson returned to old form rushing for 195 yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. (Bill Wippert/Associated Press)
You Mad Bro?
Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman had plenty to say to Tom Brady after Week 6's Stunner in Seattle, but he got a taste of his own medicine on Thursday Night Football with an uneventful performance against the San Francisco 49ers. (Elaine Thompson/Associated Press)
No Touchdowns, Big Problems
Calvin Johnson goes toe-to-toe with Bears' corner Charles Tillman, finishing the game with only 3 catches for 34 yards. The Madden Curse still looms and the Lions lose, 7-13. (EA/Associated Press)