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Update: Dawgs in the NFL – Week 6

Jonathan Ledbetter (13) and D’Andre Walker (15)

Cardinals 37, Browns 14

A.J. Green, WR: Green had five catches for 79 yards and a touchdown for the Cardinals, who improved 6-0 for the first time since 1974.

Jonathan Ledbetter, DL: Ledbetter, who was activated on Sunday, made his Arizona debut by logging 10 defensive plays and two special teams plays.

 

 

 

 

Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb missed the Browns’ game due to a calf injury. He stands second in the NFL with 523 yards and eighth with four touchdowns.

Richard LeCounte, DB: LeCounte appeared on 12 of Cleveland’s special team plays.

 

 

 

 

Rams 38, Giants 11

Leonard Floyd, OLB: Floyd had two tackles, including 1.5 sacks, and he recovered a fumble and forced another fumble for the Rams.

Sony Michel, RB: Michel carried nine times for 42 yards for Los Angeles.

Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 22-of-28 for 251 yards and four touchdowns for the Rams. He stands third in the NFL with 16 touchdown passes and fourth with 1,838 yards passing.

Lorenzo Carter, OLB: Carter posted one tackle for the Giants.

Tae Crowder, ILB: Crowder paced New York with 10 tackles, including one for loss.

Azeez Ojulari, OLB: Ojulari recorded two tackles for the Giants.

Andrew Thomas, OL: After missing New York’s previous game due to a foot injury, Thomas logged 29 plays before injuring his ankle and exiting in the second quarter.

Ravens 34, Chargers 6

Justin Houston, OLB: Houston recorded two tackles, including a sack, for the Ravens. He now has 99.5 sacks in his career.

Nick Moore, LS: Moore snapped for Baltimore on four extra points, two field goals, and two punts.

Tre’ McKitty, TE: McKitty was on the Chargers’ inactive list.

Mark Webb, DB: Webb appeared on one special teams play for Los Angeles.

Packers 24, Bears 14

Eric Stokes, DB: Stokes had two tackles for Green Bay.

Alec Ogletree, OLB: Ogletree posted a tackle and defended a pass for Chicago.

Roquan Smith, ILB: Smith led the Bears with 12 tackles. He stands fourth in the NFL with 62 tackles.

Chiefs 31, Football Team 13

Deandre Baker, DB: Baker appeared on six of the Chiefs’ special teams plays.

Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman had four catches for 62 yards, two punt returns for 56 yards, and one rush for six yards for Kansas City.

Bengals 34, Lions 11

Trey Hill, OL: Hill made his first career start at right guard, logging 49 plays and helping the Bengals accumulate 398 total yards.

D’Andre Swift, RB: Swift had 13 carries for 24 yards and a touchdown and he caught five passes for 43 yards for the Lions.

Bills Titans

Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie had three kickoff returns for 77 yards, two punt returns for six yards, a 5-yard rush, and a 3-yard catch for the Bills. He stands eighth in the NFL with 244 kickoff return yards and eighth with 97 punt return yards.

Ben Jones, OL: Jones played all 53 snaps at center and helped the Titans accumulate 362 total yards.

Monty Rice, ILB: Rice did not play for Tennessee due to a groin injury.

Jaguars 23, Dolphins 20

Tyson Campbell, DB: Campbell missed the Jaguars’ game with a toe injury.

John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins logged seven defensive snaps for the Dolphins.

Solomon Kindley, OL: Kindley appeared on five of Miami’s special teams plays.

Colts 31, Texans 3

Chris Conley, WR: Conley caught a 10-yard pass for the Texans.

Jordan Jenkins, DE: Jenkins had one tackle for Houston.

Cowboys 35, Patriots 29 (OT)

David Andrews, OL: Andrews played all 54 snaps at center and helped the Patriots roll up 335 total net yards.

Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn, who was activated from the COVID-19 list on Saturday, appeared on nine offensive plays and three special teams plays for New England.

Bye Week

49ers: Charlie Woerner, TE

Practice Squads

Bengals: Lamont Gaillard, OL; Elijah Holyfield, RB

Bills: Jake Fromm, QB

Browns: Lawrence Cager, WR

Falcons: Shawn Williams, DB

Giants: Isaiah Wilson, OL

Raiders: Javon Wims, WR

Rams: J.R. Reed, DB

Reserve Lists

Broncos: Natrez Patrick, ILB

Chiefs: Malik Herring, DE

Colts: Rodrigo Blankenship, PK

Falcons: Cameron Nizialek, P

Jaguars: Terry Godwin, WR

Ravens: Ben Cleveland, OL


Two Dawgs Earn SEC Honors

Two Bulldogs have garnered weekly Southeastern Conference awards after the Georgia’s 30-13 win over No. 11 Kentucky, according to a league announcement.

Sophomore Jalen Carter has been named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week while freshman Brock Bowers has earned his second SEC Freshman of the Week award.

This marks the ninth and 10th weekly honors for the Bulldogs this season and the first for Carter in his career.  Other winners include redshirt freshman receiver Ladd McConkey (Freshman, Auburn); senior Devonte Wyatt (Defensive Lineman, Arkansas), Bowers (Freshman, Vanderbilt), junior Nolan Smith (Defensive Player, South Carolina), freshman Adonai Mitchell (Freshman, South Carolina), senior Stetson Bennett (Offensive Player, UAB), senior Christopher Smith (Defensive Player, Clemson) and senior Jordan Davis (Defensive Lineman, Clemson).

Carter, a native of Apopka, Fla., finished with six tackles, including a sack and 2.5 tackles for loss, and blocked an extra point during Georgia’s victory.  With Georgia leading 14-7, Carter sacked the Wildcat quarterback to force a 4th-and-15 situation and help the Bulldogs head into the locker room up by a touchdown.  He finished his day by blocking the Wildcat extra point after Kentucky pushed in their second touchdown with just :04 left in the game.  Carter was one of the anchors in the middle as Kentucky managed only four first downs on the ground and just 3.5 yards/play.

Bowers, a native of Napa, Calif., hauled in six catches for a game-high 101 yards and two touchdowns during Georgia’s seventh win.  He helped the Bulldogs distance themselves 21-7 from the Wildcats with an acrobatic 27-yard catch in the end zone.  In the fourth quarter, Bowers put the game out of reach for Kentucky as he caught a 20-yard touchdown catch that was lofted over the hands of the Wildcats.


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