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Dawgs in the NFL – Week 13

Kenny McIntosh

Former University of Georgia football players impressed once again this week in the National Football League, with two additional Bulldogs being recognized for their contributions off the field as well. Matthew Stafford posted his second-straight game with at least three passing touchdowns in a win over the Browns, while Quay Walker recorded 13 tackles against the Chiefs to mark his fourth game of the season with 10 or more tackles. Roquan Smith and Jonathan Ledbetter were recognized for their contributions to their community as they were listed as their team’s nominees for the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year award.





Cowboys 41, Seahawks 35

Kenny McIntosh, RB – Saw action in five special teams snaps as a reserve running back for the Seahawks, recording no statistics. 





Chargers 6, Patriots 0

Jamaree Salyer, OT/OG – Started his 26th career game for Los Angeles at right guard, playing in 100 percent of the team’s offensive snaps as the Chargers garnered 241 total yards of offense. 

David Andrews, OC – Earned the start at center for the Patriots, appearing in all 61 offensive snaps as the team outgained the Chargers with 257 yards.

Falcons 13, Jets 8

Lorenzo Carter, OLB – Appeared as a backup outside linebacker for Atlanta, totaling two tackles, including one for loss, a quarterback hurry and a pass defended in 27 defensive snaps.

John Fitzpatrick, TE – Was listed as not active for the Falcons during the team’s week 13 win.

Cardinals 24, Steelers 10

Jonathan Ledbetter, DE – Started at defensive end for Arizona, totaling four tackles and a quarterback hurry in 41 defensive snaps. 

Broderick Jones, OT – Started for the fifth straight game for the Steelers at right tackle, appearing in all 61 offensive plays.

George Pickens, WR – Caught four passes for 86 yards with a long of 38 for Pittsburgh. Pickens is just 53 yards shy of setting a new career-best in single season receiving yards, now with 748 yards.

Darnell Washington, TE – Saw action as a backup tight end for the Steelers, appearing in 34 offensive snaps and eight on special teams, recording no statistics. 

Colts 31, Titans 28

Isaiah McKenzie, WR – Started in his first game of the season for Indianapolis, handling three punt returns for 25 yards and one kickoff return for 36 yards. McKenzie appeared in six offensive snaps and 14 on special teams.

Monty Rice, ILB – Appeared as a reserve inside linebacker for the Titans, where he totaled one tackle each on defense and special teams in nine and 14 plays on those sides of the ball respectively. 

Dolphins 45, Commanders 10

Channing Tindall, ILB – Saw action as a backup inside linebacker for Miami as he recorded three tackles in three defensive plays.

Buccaneers 21, Panthers 18

Jake Camarda, P – Punted eight times for the Buccaneers, totaling 369 yards for an average of 46.1 per attempt. Camarda had a long of 61 yards, one punt inside the 20-yard line and one touchback. He ranks fifth in the league in punting yardage with 2,826 this season on 57 attempts, the fewest in the top five. 

Rams 36, Browns 19

Matthew Stafford, QB – Completed 22 of his 37 pass attempts for 279 yards and three touchdowns in the Los Angeles win. With the win, Stafford is now 4-0 against Cleveland in his career and has passed for three or more touchdowns in each of those starts.

Derion Kendrick, CB – Played 100 percent of snaps on defense for the Rams, racking up four tackles, one pass defended, and one tackle for loss.

Warren McClendon Jr., OT – Served in a reserve offensive line role for Los Angeles, playing zero snaps.

49ers 42, Eagles 19

Robert Beal Jr., DE – Was listed as inactive for the 49ers due to a coach’s decision.

Charlie Woerner, TE – Played 12 snaps on offense and 23 snaps on special teams for San Francisco, recording no offensive statistics while recording two tackle on special teams in the win.

Jalen Carter, DT – Played 64 percent of snaps on defense for the Eagles, posting three total tackles in the loss.

Jordan Davis, NT – Played 53 percent of defensive snaps and nine snaps on special teams for Philadelphia, recording three tackles and one pass defended.

Kelee Ringo, CB – Played 20 snaps on special teams and zero snaps on defense for the Eagles, recording no statistics.

Nolan Smith, OLB – Played 11 snaps on defense and 17 snaps on special teams for Philadelphia, recording two tackles in the loss.

D’Andre Swift, RB – Started at running back for the Eagles, carrying the ball six times for 13 yards, along with two catches for seven yards. With 783 rushing yards on the season Swift currently ranks fourth among NFL backs.

Packers 27, Chiefs 19

Quay Walker, ILB – Started at linebacker for the Packers, recording 13 tackles in the win. With 13 tackles on Sunday night, that makes it five games in a row that Walker has posted five or more tackles.

Devonte Wyatt, DE – Played 31 snaps on defense for Green Bay while recording one tackle and half a sack in the win.

Malik Herring, DE – Was inactive for Kansas City due to a coach’s decision.

Bengals 34, Jaguars 31

Tyson Campbell, CB – Started at cornerback for Jacksonville, recording six tackles in the overtime loss.

Travon Walker, OLB – Started at defensive end for the Jaguars, posting four tackles and half a sack. With half a sack on Monday night, that now marks the third game in a row that Walker has recorded a half sack or more.

Trey Hill, OC – Was inactive for Cincinnati due to a coach’s decision.

Practice Squads

Falcons: Justin Shaffer, OL

Buccaneers: Richard Lecounte III, S

Commanders: Jake Fromm, QB

Chargers: Mark Webb, DB

49ers: Chris Conley, WR

Reserve Lists (IR, PUP, NFI)

Ravens: Nick Moore, LS

Rams: Stetson Bennett, QB

Titans: Kearis Jackson, WR/PR

Browns: Nick Chubb, RB

Packers: Eric Stokes, CB

Dolphins: Isaiah Wynn, OT/OG

Panthers: Justin Houston, OLB

Eagles: Nakobe Dean, ILB

Chiefs: Mecole Hardman Jr., WR

Mark Richt’s Hall of Fame NFF Interview

Georgia had a league-best 11 members selected to the All-SEC football team

The 2023 list of honorees voted on by the league coaches includes three Bulldogs who have now made multiple appearances on the All-SEC team in their career. They are junior tight end Brock Bowers, junior center Sedrick Van Pran and senior defensive lineman Nazir Stackhouse.

Georgia’s three First Team All-SEC selections on offense this season were Bowers (TE), Van Pran (C) and redshirt sophomore Tate Ratledge (OL). Sophomore Malaki Starks (S) was the lone Bulldog on defense to be named to the First Team.

The Second Team All-SEC selections include junior Carson Beck (QB), senior Xavier Truss (OL), sophomore Mykel Williams (DL), Stackhouse (DL), junior Smael Mondon (LB), junior Kamari Lassiter (DB) and senior Tykee Smith (STAR).

The SEC’s individual awards will be released on Wednesday and the Freshman All-SEC Team will be released on Thursday.

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Greg is closing in on 15 years writing about and photographing UGA sports. While often wrong and/or out of focus, it has been a long, strange trip full of fun and new friends.