NFL Week 4: Seahawks, Chargers among top trolls

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A pair of winless teams finally got on the board in Week 4 of the 2023 NFL season.

After a blowout loss last week, the Denver Broncos came back against the Chicago Bears for a 31-28 victory. The Minnesota Vikings hung on to defeat the Carolina Panthers 21-13. In a divisional matchup between two AFC contenders, the Buffalo Bills dominated the Miami Dolphins for a 48-20 win.

The talking didn't finish on the field, however. Here are the best social media trolls from Week 4:

Tennessee Titans 27, Cincinnati Bengals 3

The Bengals' poor start to the season continues.

After a slow past two weeks, Derrick Henry ran for 122 yards and a touchdown. He even threw a touchdown during the Titans' easy win.

Joe Burrow threw for just 165 passing yards in an offensive outing to forget -- Cincinnati had 211 total yards and one trip to the red zone. Ja'Marr Chase had seven catches for 73 yards.

If the dominant win wasn't enough, Tennessee did more on social media.

Houston Texans 30, Pittsburgh Steelers 6

The Texans pulled out some trickery for a score against the Steelers.

In his first career pass attempt, Devin Singletary found Dalton Schultz in the end zone for a 23-6 lead. Rookie C.J. Stroud threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns.

Pittsburgh wasn't as fortunate. Kenny Pickett suffered a knee injury late that forced him out in the fourth quarter, leading to backup Mitch Trubisky entering the game.

Houston trolled the Steel City on social media after the win.

Buffalo Bills 48, Miami Dolphins 20

A week after a 70-20 drubbing of the Broncos, the Dolphins got a little taste of their own medicine.

Josh Allen had five total touchdowns and 337 total yards in a statement win. Stefon Diggs had six catches for 120 yards and three touchdowns, his third game with three receiving touchdowns with the Bills, breaking a tie with Lee Evans for the most in team history, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

The Dolphins' magic didn't carry on from last week, and the Bills let them hear it.

Los Angeles Rams 29, Indianapolis Colts 23

The overtime period lasted just one drive, ending when Matthew Stafford found Puka Nacua for a 22-yard touchdown. Stafford threw for 319 yards, and Kyren Williams chipped in with 103 rushing yards and two touchdowns.

Rookie Anthony Richardson had three total touchdowns and 256 yards in his first game back from a concussion.

The Rams posted a popular social media meme to troll the Colts.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 26, New Orleans Saints 9

The Buccaneers took care of their division rivals on the road in an impressive win.

Baker Mayfield threw for 246 yards and three touchdowns, steadying Tampa Bay throughout the game. The Buccaneers' defense allowed just 197 total yards and no touchdowns.

Alvin Kamara made his season debut with 13 catches for 33 yards plus 51 rushing yards.

The comfortable win meant a little more for Tampa Bay.

San Francisco 49ers 35, Arizona Cardinals 16

The 49ers' undefeated start to the season continues.

Christian McCaffrey's four total touchdowns propelled San Francisco to a comfortable win over the Cardinals. McCaffrey has scored a touchdown in 13 consecutive games, breaking a tie with Jerry Rice for the longest streak in 49ers history, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

Arizona cut the lead to six in the third quarter, but San Francisco scored two unanswered touchdowns in the fourth to secure the win.

The 49ers poked some fun at the Cardinals on social media.

Los Angeles Chargers 24, Las Vegas Raiders 17

This divisional rivalry is familiar with wild finishes.

After trailing 24-7 at halftime, the Raiders managed to make it a one-possession game in the fourth quarter. With two minutes remaining in regulation, Justin Herbert connected with Joshua Palmer for 51 yards on third-and-10 to ice the game.

The Chargers, ever creative on social media, had fun trolling the Raiders.

Seattle Seahawks 24, New York Giants 3

The Seahawks' defense shined in New York, forcing three turnovers in a comfortable win.

Seattle rookie Devon Witherspoon continued his strong start to the season with a 97-yard pick-six plus two sacks. The Seahawks became the second team to record 11 sacks and a pick-six in a game since team sacks became official in 1963, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

The nightmare for the Giants didn't end there. The Seahawks put together a 33-second video on social media with a variety of trolls.