There may be a lack of high quality football being played within the NFC East, but that does not mean that Tae Crowder is not getting some highlights. He had ten tackles and a 43-yard scoop and score in a 20-19 win against Washington. Andrew Thomas was also in the game for 22 snaps at offensive tackle.
SCOOP & SCORE FOR @TaeCrowder‼️ How’s that for Mr. Irrelevant‼️#DawgsInTheNFL— Georgia Football (@GeorgiaFootball) October 18, 2020
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Two former Dawgs had a big offensive day for Detroit in a 34-16 win against Jacksonville. Matthew Stafford throw for 223 yards and touchdown and D’Andre Swift had 116 yards and a pair of touchdown runs. Chris Conley had a 16-yard catch for Jacksonville.
D'Andre Swift among rookie RBs in Wk 6:— PFF College (@PFF_College) October 19, 2020
Grade: 72.0 (1st)
Yards: 116 (1st)
TDs: 2 (1st) pic.twitter.com/l8qkEjWX90
A 40-yard field goal by Rodrigo Blankenship helped the Colts beat the Bengals, who were led on offense by AJ Green’s eight catches for 96 yards.
We found a way. #ForTheShoe pic.twitter.com/aBUGv0qEyb— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) October 18, 2020
Solomon Kindley was in for 55 snaps at guard as the Dolphins beat the Jets 24-0. Jordan Jenkins had a tackle for the Jets.
A pair of kickoff and punt returns by Mecole Hardman keyed a 26-17 win for the Chiefs against the Bills, who were aided by a four-yard catch from Isaiah McKenzie.
Leonard Floyd had five tackles in a 24-16 loss to the Niners by the Rams.
The Falcons, at long last, found victory with the help of Todd Gurley’s 47 rushing yards and 20 via receiving in a win against the Vikings.
Roquan Smith continued to help the Bears stay near the top of the NFC North, racking up 12 tackles and one for a loss in a 23-16 win against the Panthers.
Ben Jones was in for every offensive snap in the Titans 42-36 win against the Texans.
In a tough loss to Denver, Isaiah Wynn was in the game for each offensive snap for the Patriots in a 18-12 defeat.