Week 2: Dawgs in the NFL

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Week 2: Dawgs in the NFL

Browns 35, Browns 30

Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries and added a 9-yard reception for the Browns.

A.J. Green, WR: Green had three catches for 29 yards for the Bengals.





Geno Atkins, DL: Atkins was on Cincinnati’s inactive list.

Shawn Williams, DB: Williams was on the Bengals’ inactive list.

Colts 28, Vikings 11





Rodrigo Blankenship, PK: Blankenship connected on field goals of 28, 38, 38, and 44 yards and he was 2-for-2 on extra points for Indianapolis.

Justin Houston, DE: Houston had two tackles, including a half sack for four yards, for the Colts.

49ers 31, Jets 13

Charlie Woerner, TE: Woerner was in on 12 special teams plays and eight offensive plays for the 49ers but did not have any stats.

Jordan Jenkins, LB: Jenkins posted four tackles, including a 5-yard sack, for New York.

Alec Ogletree, LB: Ogletree made his Jets debut by posting two tackles for loss.

Titans 33, Jaguars 30

Ben Jones, OL: Jones played all 62 snaps at center and helped Tennessee roll up 354 total yards.

Chris Conley, WR: Conley had four catches for 48 yards for Jacksonville.

Abry Jones, DL: Jones recorded two tackles for the Jaguars.

Bears 17, Giants 13

Roquan Smith, LB: Smith led Chicago with eight tackles, including one for loss.

Javon Wims, WR: Wims caught two passes for 17 yards for the Bears.

John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins logged 26 plays on defense and four on special teams for Chicago but did not have any stats.

Riley Ridley, WR: Ridley was on the Bears’ inactive list.

Lorenzo Carter, LB: Carter posted four tackles, including a 5-yard sack, for New York.

Tae Crowder, LB: Crowder made his NFL debut for the Giants as he appeared on 10 special teams plays but did not have any stats.

Andrew Thomas, OL: Thomas logged all 65 offensive plays at tackle and helped the Giants accumulate 295 total yards.

Bills 31, Dolphins 28

Isaiah McKenzie, WR: McKenzie hauled in two passes for 47 yards for the Bills.

Jake Fromm, QB: Fromm was on Buffalo’s inactive list.

Solomon Kindley, OL: Kindley logged all 75 plays at guard and helped Miami roll up 410 total yards.

Chiefs 23, Chargers 20

Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman caught two passes for 30 yards, returned a kickoff 31 yards and a punt 16 yards, and had a 3-yard rush for the Chiefs. He also hauled in a 2-point conversion pass.

Rams 37, Eagles 19

Leonard Floyd, LB: Floyd had one tackle and one quarterback hurry for the Rams.

Natrez Patrick, LB: Patrick appeared on seven special teams plays for Los Angeles but did not have any stats.

Seahawks 35, Patriots 30

D’Andre Walker, LB: Walker was on Seattle’s inactive list.

David Andrews, OL: Andrews helped the Patriots roll up 464 total yards as he logged all 72 plays on offense.

Sony Michel, RB: Michel had seven carries for 19 yards for New England.

Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn played all 72 plays on offense and helped New England accumulate 464 total yards.

Cardinals 30, Washington 15

Lamont Gaillard, OL: Gaillard played all 77 offensive snaps and helped the Cardinals accumulate 438 total yards.

Thomas Davis, LB: Davis was active but did not play for Washington.

Cowboys 40, Falcons 39

Todd Gurley, RB: Gurley had 21 carries for 61 yards for the Falcons.

Packers 42, Lions 21

Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 20-for-33 for 244 yards and two touchdowns for the Lions.

D’Andre Swift, RB: Swift led Detroit with five catches for 60 yards and had five carries for 12 yards.

Practice Squads

Bears: Reggie Davis, WR

Eagles: Elijah Holyfield, RB

Falcons: Cam Nizialek, P

Jaguars: Terry Godwin, WR

Jets: Lawrence Cager, WR

Lions: Isaac Nauta, TE

Rams: Tyrique McGhee, DB; J.R. Reed, DB

Ravens: Nick Moore, LS; Eli Wolf, TE

Seahawks: Jayson Stanley, DB

Texans: Davin Bellamy, LB; Tyler Simmons, WR

Titans: Maurice Smith, DB

Reserve Lists

Dolphins: Jonathan Ledbetter, DL (NFI)

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

Patriots: Michael Barnett, DL (IR)

Titans: Isaiah Wilson, OL (COVID reserve)





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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.