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NFL: Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears
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Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

It heaped some misery on the Falcons, but Nick Chubb had a monster of a day, rushing for 176 yards, including a 92-yard run that was the longest run not only for an NFL rookie, but team history as well. Former Georgia tight end Orson Charles also had a catch for six yards in the win.

The Saints won big with Ben Watson being on the winning side with a catch for one yard. Despite losing, Shawn Williams led the Bengals with 10 tackles with Geno Atkins having four for Cincy, whose offensive line once again featured Cordy Glenn and Clint Boling.

The Lions-Bears matchup was hardly short on former Bulldogs. Roquan Smith had 10 tackles and a sack with Leonard Floyd also having a sack against the Lions, who saw Matthew Stafford throw for 274 yards and two touchdowns.

As usual, Todd Gurley had himself a day as the Rams held off Seattle. Gurley rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown an leads the NFL in rushing attempts, yards, touchdowns, total touchdowns, rushing yards per game and scoring. Ramik Wilson had a tackle for the Rams.

Kansas City topped Arizona as Justin Houston registered a sack and Chris Conley hauled in a 22-yard pass.

Thomas Davis was a bright spot in Carolina’s loss to Pittsburgh with six tackles.

In Nashville, two former Georgia centers took the field with David Andrews for the Patriots and Ben Jones for the Titans. Also for New England, Sony Michel returned for action rushing 1 1 times for 31 yards.

For Buffalo, Isiah McKenzie made his debut, returning four punts for 41 yards, a 33-yard kickoff return, rushed the ball three times for 32 yards and had a 14-yard catch. Jordan Jenkins had three tackles and a sack for the Jets.

Corey Moore had a tackle for Indianapolis in its win over Jacksonville and also returned a blocked kick of a two-point conversion that was called back. Abry Jones had a tackle for a loss for Jacksonville.

For Miami, Reshad Jones had three tackles with the Giants were helped to a win as both Alec Ogletree and Jordan Jenkins had seven tackles.

Go Dawgs!