Roquan Smith was a turnover machine for the Bears in their 41-17 win against the winners of the Trevor Lawrence Sweepstakes, aka the Jaguars. Smith had a fumble recovery, two interceptions, and eight tackles and John Jenkins had three tackles. Chris Conley had three catches for 27 yards for Jacksonville.
It’s idiotic, by the way, that Smith was not a Pro Bowl selection.
Leonard Floyd had seven tackles and two sacks for the Rams in a 20-9 loss to Seattle.
Mecole Hardman did a bit of everything for the Chiefs as they avoided an upset by the Falcons. He had a 20-yard rush, three catches for 24 yards, four punt returns for 20 yards, and a 21-yard kickoff return. For the Falcons, Todd Gurley had 16 rushing yards and 34 yards receiving.
Isaiah McKenzie had four catches for 26 yards as the Bills rolled over the Patriots. For New England, David Andrews was in for 41 snaps and Sony Michel rushed for 69 yards.
Cleveland fell short against the Jets in spite of 28 rushing yards and a touchdown and 38 receiving yards from Nick Chubb.
The Bengals, helped by 64 receiving yards from AJ Green, won a 37-31 shootout with the Texans.
D’Andre Swift had 45 rushing yards for the Lions against Tampa in a game in which Matthew Stafford left the game in the first quarter due to injury.
Tae Crowder had eight tackles and Andrew Thomas played all 64 offensive snaps in the Giants loss to the Ravens.
In the Colts 28-24 loss to the Steelers, Rodrigo Blankenship hit a 28-yard field goal and Justin Houston had a tackle.
Ben Jones played 52 snaps against the Packers...but his biggest highlight was pre-game...
Before each game, Titans OL Ben Jones takes a bare foot stroll on the field and says a prayer for his late brother.— Fanatics View (@fanaticsview) December 28, 2020
The Snow and Lambeau Field didn’t stop him today pic.twitter.com/EuULbCSAVO