Dawgs in the NFL: Week 14

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Dawgs in the NFL: Week 14

Natrez Patrick
Natrez Patrick

 Rams 24, Patriots 3

    Leonard Floyd, LB: Floyd had four tackles, including half a sack for three yards, for the Rams.

    Natrez Patrick, LB: Patrick had two special teams tackles for Los Angeles.

J.R. Reed, DB: Reed appeared on 13 special teams plays for the Rams, but he did not have any statistics.

    David Andrews, OL: Andrews logged 59 plays at center and helped New England accumulate 220 total yards.

    Sony Michel, RB: Michel had seven carries for 22 yards for the Patriots.

    Titans 31, Jaguars 10

    Ben Jones, OL: Jones played all 55 snaps at center and helped Tennessee accumulate 454 total yards.

    Chris Conley, WR: Conley played nine offensive snaps for the Jaguars, but he did not have any statistics.

    Chiefs 33, Dolphins 27

    Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman returned a punt 67 yards for a touchdown, hauled in three passes for 40 yards, and returned a free kick 15 yards for Kansas City, which wrapped up its fifth straight AFC West title.

    Solomon Kindley, OL: Kindley played all 83 snaps at guard and helped Miami accumulate 367 total yards.

    Cardinals 26, Giants 7

    Lamont Gaillard, OL: Gaillard was in on 13 offensive plays and six special teams plays for the Cardinals.

    Tae Crowder, LB: Crowder had four tackles and a quarterback hurry for New York.

    Andrew Thomas, OL: Thomas played all 49 snaps on offense, helping the Giants accumulate 159 total yards.

    Seahawks 40, Jets 3

    Jayson Stanley, DB: Stanley logged 17 special teams plays and seven defensive plays for Seattle, but he did not have any statistics.

    Lawrence Cager, WR: Cager was activated from the Jets’ practice squad, but he did not see any action.

    Jordan Jenkins, LB: Jenkins was on New York’s inactive list.

    Washington 23, 49ers 15

    Thomas Davis, LB: Davis was active, but he did not see any action for Washington.

    Charlie Woerner, TE: Woerner appeared on 24 offensive plays (including one target) and 26 special teams plays for the 49ers.

    Bears 36, Texans 7

    John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins had one tackle for Chicago.

    Riley Ridley, WR: Ridley played two offensive snaps for the Bears, but he did not have any statistics.

    Roquan Smith, LB: Smith led Chicago with 12 tackles, including two sacks for 18 yards. Smith is first in the NFL with 85 solo tackles, second in tackles for loss with 17, and third in total tackles with 122.

    Javon Wims, WR: Wims had a 2-yard rush for the Bears.

    Bills 26, Steelers 15

    Jake Fromm, QB: Fromm was on the Bills’ inactive list.

    Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie caught a 12-yard pass for Buffalo.

    Colts 44, Raiders 27

    Rodrigo Blankenship, PK: Blankenship booted field goals of 25, 20, and 35 yards, and he went 5-for-5 on extra points for the Colts. He is third in the NFL with 27 field goals and 116 points. Blankenship passed Raul Allegre (112) for the most points by a rookie and tied Mike Vanderjagt (27) for the second-most field goals made by a rookie in Colts history.

    Justin Houston, DE: Houston had one tackle for Indianapolis.

    Packers 31, Lions 24

    Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 24-for-34 for 244 yards and a touchdown for the Lions. Stafford is seventh in the NFL with 3,522 passing yards.

    D’Andre Swift, RB: Swift had seven carries for 24 yards, including a 3-yard touchdown, and hauled in four passes for 26 yards for Detroit.

    Chargers 20, Falcons 17

    Todd Gurley, RB: Gurley had six carries for 19 yards and caught two passes for 12 yards for the Falcons. Gurley is seventh in the NFL with nine rushing touchdowns.

    Cowboys 30, Bengals 7

    Geno Atkins, DL: Atkins appeared on seven defensive plays for the Bengals, but he did not have any statistics.

    A.J. Green, WR: Green had six catches for 62 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown, for Cincinnati.

    Ravens 47, Browns 42

    Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb had 17 carries for 82 yards and two touchdowns (covering seven and 14 yards) and he hauled in two passes for 21 yards for the Browns. Chubb leads NFL running backs with an average per carry of 5.9 yards, and he is second with 11 runs of 20 yards or more, third with 97.9 rushing yards per game, fifth with 881 rushing yards, and seventh with nine rushing touchdowns.

    Practice Squads

    Bears: Tyler Clark, DE; Reggie Davis, WR

    Chiefs: Deandre Baker, DB

    Eagles: Elijah Holyfield, RB

    Jaguars: Terry Godwin, WR

    Packers: Isaac Nauta, TE

    Rams: Tyrique McGhee, DB

    Ravens: Nick Moore, LS; Eli Scott, TE

    Texans: Davin Bellamy, LB

    Reserve Lists

    Bengals: Shawn Williams, DB (1-game suspension)

    Dolphins: Jonathan Ledbetter, DL (non-football injury)

    Giants: Lorenzo Carter, LB (injured reserve)

    Jaguars: Abry Jones, DL (injured reserve/designated for return)

    Lions: John Atkins, DL (COVID opt-out)

    Patriots: Michael Barnett, DL (injured reserve); Isaiah Wynn, OL (injured reserve)

    ​Titans: Isaiah Wilson, OL (non-football injury)

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