Week 7: Bulldogs in the NFL
How the Bulldogs in the NFL fared in Week 7:
Cardinals 31, Texans 5
A.J. Green, WR: Green had three receptions for 66 yards for the Cardinals, who remained the NFL’s only undefeated team at 7-0.
Chris Conley, WR: Conley appeared on 27 offensive plays and seven special teams plays for Houston.
Jordan Jenkins, DE: Jenkins had one tackle for the Texans.
Giants 25, Panthers 3
Lorenzo Carter, OLB: Carter picked up four tackles for New York.
Tae Crowder, ILB: Crowder led the Giants with six tackles and he defended one pass.
Azeez Ojulari, OLB: Ojulari had five tackles, including 2.5 sacks and another tackle for loss, and a team-high four quarterback hits for New York. With 5.5 sacks through seven games, Ojulari already has tied the Giants’ rookie record.
Patriots 54, Jets 13
David Andrews, OL: Andrews played all 76 snaps at center and helped the Patriots roll up 551 total yards.
Isaiah Wynn, OL: Wynn logged all 76 plays at tackle as New England posted 551 total yards.
Titans 27, Chiefs 3
Ben Jones, OL: Jones recorded 67 snaps at center and helped Tennessee accumulate 369 total yards.
Monty Rice, ILB: Rice missed his second straight game for the Titans with a groin injury.
Deandre Baker, DB: Baker was on the Kansas City inactive list.
Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman caught four passes for 28 yards and recorded a tackle following an interception for the Chiefs.
Rams 29, Lions 18
Leonard Floyd, OLB: Floyd posted seven tackles for Los Angeles.
Sony Michel, RB: Michel had two carries for four yards for the Rams.
Matthew Stafford, QB: Stafford went 28-for-41 for 334 yards and three touchdowns and threw for a 2-point conversion for Los Angeles against his former team. He stands second in the NFL with 19 passing touchdowns and third with 2,172 passing yards. Stafford became the 13th quarterback to reach 300 career touchdown passes, moving by John Elway for 12th on the all-time list with 301. Stafford slipped past Georgia alum Fran Tarkenton for 13th on the all-time passing yards list (47,281).
D’Andre Swift, RB: Swift had eight catches for a career-best 96 yards for the Lions. He hauled in a 63-yard touchdown pass, also a personal best. Swift added 13 carries for 48 yards. He leads all NFL running backs in catches (42) and yards receiving (391).
Bengals 41, Ravens 17
Trey Hill, OL: Hill triggered seven snaps at center and played another seven on special teams for the Bengals
Justin Houston, OLB: Houston recorded two tackles and four pressures for the Ravens.
Nick Moore, LS: Moore snapped on six punts, two extra points, and one field goal for Baltimore.
Packers 24, Football Team 10
Eric Stokes, DB: Stokes registered three tackles and broke up a fourth-down pass for Green Bay. He is fifth in the NFL with eight passes defended.
Browns 17, Broncos 14
Nick Chubb, RB: Chubb missed his second straight game for Cleveland with a calf injury. He stands fourth in the NFL with 523 rushing yards.
Richard LeCounte, DB: LeCounte appeared on 11 of the Browns’ special teams plays.
Colts 30, 49ers 18
Charlie Woerner, TE: Woerner made his first career start at tight end, catching two passes for 30 yards, and he recorded a special teams tackle for the 49ers.
Buccaneers 38, Bears 3
Alec Ogletree, OLB: Ogletree had four tackles, including one for loss, for the Bears.
Roquan Smith, ILB: Smith led Chicago with 13 tackles and he defended one pass. He stands second in the NFL with 75 tackles.
Falcons 30, Dolphins 28
John Jenkins, DL: Jenkins was not active for the Dolphins.
Solomon Kindley, OL: Kindley played five special teams snaps for Miami.
Bills: Isaiah McKenzie, WR
Chargers: Tre’ McKitty, TE; Mark Webb, DB
Jaguars: Tyson Campbell, DB
Bengals: Lamont Gaillard, OL; Elijah Holyfield, RB
Bills: Jake Fromm, QB
Browns: Lawrence Cager, WR
Cardinals: Jonathan Ledbetter, DL
Falcons: Shawn Williams, DB
Giants: Isaiah Wilson, OL
Raiders: Javon Wims, WR
Rams: J.R. Reed, DB
Broncos: Natrez Patrick, ILB
Chiefs: Malik Herring, DE
Colts: Rodrigo Blankenship, PK
Falcons: Cameron Nizialek, P
Giants: Andrew Thomas, OL
Jaguars: Terry Godwin, WR
Ravens: Ben Cleveland, OL
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