While some NFL Dawgs such as Sony Michel and AJ Green have been bitten by the injury bug, others continue to shine in a big way, something that, make no mistake about it, is being used as a recruiting tool by Georgia’s staff in living rooms of prospects.
In Chicago, the Bears are on the way to new version of the Monsters of the Midway with a major boost from some former Dawgs. Not only did Leonard Floyd run back an interception, but Roquan Smith had 13 tackles and forced a fumble in a 31-9 win over Buffalo, which last week signed Isaiah McKenzie.
In a matchup of some former Georgia offensive standouts, the Chiefs beat the Browns 37-21. In the Kansas City win, Chris Conley had a 23-yard catch while for Cleveland, Nick Chubb had 22 carries for 85 yards.
In a wild and crazy affair, the Saints, helped by three catches for 62 yards and a touchdown by Ben Watson, beat the Rams 45-35. He even celebrated his touchdown by revealing that he and his wife are expecting twins.
New Orleans Saints tight end Ben Watson made a heartwarming touchdown celebration worth a lot more than six points during the team's 45-35 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. He announced his wife was pregnant with twins in spectacular fashion. https://t.co/LguFAOzVNy— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) November 5, 2018
As usual, Todd Gurley had a big day, rushing 13 times for 68 yards.
Carolina topped Tampa as Thomas Davis led the Panthers with eight tackles.
Reshad Jones helped the Dolphins to a low-scoring 13-6 win, registering a tackle against the Jets who were paced by five tackles and two sacks by Jordan Jenkins.
The Patriots claimed a primetime win over Green Bay with David Andrews at center.
In a 24-9 Detroit loss to the Vikings, Matthew Stafford was 25-of-36 for 199 yards.
The Titans racked up 340 yards to beat the Cowboys as Ben Jones started at center.
That included Jones driving his man 20 yards into the end zone...
Check out Titans Center Ben Jones block a man 20 yards downfield into the end zone https://t.co/eeU8HFaX8V— Price Rainer (@Price_Rainer) November 6, 2018