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If you enjoy following that we call “NFL Dawgs,” times are pretty good.

At the least, it’s always a good thing to see those formerly of the red and black continue to do well on the next level.

Barring an injury, Todd Gurley is on his way to giving Georgia an NFL MVP as a product of its program. Gurley helped the Rams stay unbeaten after a 114-yard effort and leads the league in carries, yards, rushing touchdowns, total touchdowns, scoring and yards per game.

Ramik Wilson not only had two tackles in the win, but also recovered a late kickoff fumble to help cement the win.

Then again...Gurley also made headlines...and probably wrecked your fantasy football dreams, as well..

The Bears defense enjoyed the presence of a pair of former Dawgs with Roquan Smith and Leonard Floyd having five and two tackles.

Jordan Jenkins, whose Jets lost to Chicago, had two tackles.

The most UGA-heavy team in the NFL, the Bengals, got a 37-34 win over the Bucs. Geno Atkins, who had one tackle, still ranks among the league leaders in sacks with six, placing him 13th. In the Bengals secondary, Shawn Williams had a big day with seven tackles and an interception.

AJ Green had five catches for 76 yards and a touchdown in the win - he is fourth in the NFL in receiving touchdowns. Not to be forgotten, the Bengals piled up points with Georgia products Clint Boling and Cordy Glenn lined up on the left side.

Abry Jones had three tackles as the Jaguars fell to the Eagles.

In a loss to Seattle by a score of 28-14, Matthew Stafford was 27-of-40 for 310 yards and a touchdown.

Reshad Jones logged five tackles and the Dolphins lost 42-23 to Houston.

The Patriots 387 offensive yards on Monday night was anchored at center by David Andrews.

The Colts’ high-scoring win over the Raiders included two Corey Moore tackles, with Lorenzo Carter continuing to impress with the Giants despite a losing season, recording multiple tackles.

Go Dawgs!