NFL Dawgs – Week Nine

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NFL Dawgs – Week Nine

Mecole Hardman
Mecole Hardman

Chiefs 26, Vikings 23

Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman had four kickoff returns for 101 yards, two punt returns for 17 yards, and a 7-yard rush for the Chiefs. Among NFL rookies, Hardman ranks first in punt return average (18.2), third in receiving touchdowns (four), and fifth in total touchdowns (four), receiving yards (374), and kickoff return average (23.1).

Bills 24, Redskins 9

Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie had three catches for 12 yards for the Bills.

Maurice Smith, DB: Smith is a member of the Redskins’ practice squad.

Jonathan Ledbetter
Jonathan Ledbetter

Dolphins 26, Jets 18

John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins posted one tackle for Miami.

Reshad Jones, DB: Jones was on the Dolphins’ inactive list due to a chest injury.

Jonathan Ledbetter, DL: The Miami rookie is on injured reserve with an ankle injury. He is eligible to return Nov. 17.

Jordan Jenkins, LB: Jenkins had a sack for the Jets.

Chargers 26, Packers 11

Thomas Davis, LB: Davis had four tackles for the Chargers.

Eagles 22, Bears 14

Roquan Smith, LB: Smith paced Chicago with 10 tackles.

Leonard Floyd, LB: Floyd posted six tackles, including a sack, for the Bears.

Javon Wims, WR: Wims logged five plays on offense and three on special teams, but he did not have any stats.

Riley Ridley, WR: The Chicago rookie was a healthy scratch.

Steelers 26, Colts 24

Justin Houston, DE: Houston had three tackles, including a sack in which he forced a fumble that resulted in a safety, and he recovered a fumble for the Colts.

Raiders 31, Lions 24

Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 26-of-41 for 406 yards and three touchdowns for the Lions. He passed Kerry Collins (40,992 yards) for 18th on the NFL’s all-time passing yards list with 41,025 yards. Stafford stands second in the NFL with 19 passing touchdowns, third in total offense at 303.5 yards per game, and fourth in passing yards with 2,499.

John Atkins, DL: Atkins had one tackle for Detroit.

Isaac Nauta, TE: Nauta is on the Lions’ practice squad.

Nick Chubb
Nick Chubb

Broncos 24, Browns 19

Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb had 20 rushes for 65 yards and he caught four passes for 26 yards for the Browns. Chubb is ranked fourth in the league with 803 yards rushing and fifth with six rushing touchdowns.


          
Cowboys 37, Giants 18

Alec Ogletree, LB: Ogletree rolled up six tackles for New York.

Deandre Baker, DB: Baker had five tackles and defended a pass for the Giants. Among NFL rookies, Baker stands seventh with 37 tackles.

Lorenzo Carter, LB: Carter posted four tackles, including one for loss, for New York.

Ravens 37, Patriots 20

Sony Michel, RB: Michel carried four times for 18 yards and had a 12-yard reception for New England. Michel is fifth in the NFL with six rushing touchdowns.

Ben Watson, TE: Watson had four catches for 28 yards for the Patriots.

Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn is on New England’s injured reserve list with a toe injury. He has returned to practice and is expected to play Nov. 24 against Dallas.

David Andrews, C: Andrews is on the Patriots’ injured reserve list for the season.

Texans 26, Jaguars 3

Abry Jones, DL: Jones had five tackles for Jacksonville.

Chris Conley, WR: Conley caught two passes for 32 yards for the Jaguars.

Terry Godwin, WR: Godwin is a member of the Jaguars’ practice squad.

D'Andre Walker
D’Andre Walker

Panthers 30, Titans 20

Ben Jones, OL: Jones was on the Titans’ inactive list due to a concussion. That snapped Jones’ streaks of 86 straight starts and 120 straight games played. It was the first missed game of his NFL career.

D’Andre Walker, LB: Walker is on Tennessee’s injured reserve list for the season with a groin injury.

Elijah Holyfield, RB: Holyfield is a member of the Panthers’ practice squad.

49ers 28, Cardinals 25

Lamont Gaillard, OL: The Cardinals rookie was active, but he did not see any action.

Bye week: Bengals, Rams.

Week 10 Schedule Involving Bulldogs

(Games are on Sunday unless otherwise noted)

Chargers at Raiders, Thursday; Ravens at Bengals; Bills at Browns; Lions at Bears; Giants at Jets; Chiefs at Titans; Cardinals at Buccaneers; Dolphins at Colts; Rams at Steelers; Panthers at Packers. Bye week: Jaguars, Patriots, Redskins.

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Greg is closing in on 11 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.