Another week is in the books for the Dawgs in the NFL.
Here’s some highlights.
Matthew Stafford passed for 402 yards and three touchdowns in the Lions 34-30 win over the Bears. For Chicago, Roquan Smith led with nine tackles and John Jenkins had two. Javon Wims also had a 13-yard catch.
The #BigTimeThrow of the Week comes from Matthew Stafford.— Steve Palazzolo (@PFF_Steve) December 8, 2020
Gets the Lions back into the game just before the half pic.twitter.com/becJN33ZuC
The Browns won a high-scoring battle with the Titans as Nick Chubb rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown. Ben Jones played all 72 snaps for the Titans.
Nick Chubb cuts back on a trap—A TRAP.— Matt Waldman (@MattWaldman) December 6, 2020
That’s all him #Browns pic.twitter.com/vxDvwRxj4h
Solomon Kindley played all 70 snaps for Miami in its win over the Bengals.
The Giants, paced by Andrew Thomas at offensive tackle and Tae Crowder’s seven tackles and first career sack, beat the Seahawks.
Put it in the books! @TaeCrowder #DawgsInTheNFL— Georgia Football (@GeorgiaFootball) December 6, 2020
#NYGvsSEA LIVE on FOX pic.twitter.com/q3zcmcZOli
Leonard Floyd had a pair of tackles for the Rams as they beat the Cardinals.
With a 42-yard field goal, Rodrigo Blankenship helped the Colts beat Houston. Justin Houston also had four tackles and three sacks.
Isaiah McKenzie’s 31 receiving yards, including a 23-yard touchdown, propelled the Bills past San Francisco.
Charlie Woerner had a pair of catches for 33 yards for the Niners, the first of his NFL career.
Can’t wait to see TE Charlie Woerner more involved in the offense next season. #49ers #FTTB #CharlieWoerner pic.twitter.com/YmAdquhv6k— 49er_Edits (@49er_edits) December 8, 2020
With David Andrews in for 62 snaps and Sony Michel rushing for 35 yards, the Patriots blanked the Chargers.
Mecole Hardman had a 15-yard catch in the Chiefs win against Denver.
Todd Gurley put together 16 rushing yards in the Falcons loss to the Saints.
Chris Conley had a pair of catches foe 12 yards in Jacksonville’s loss to the Vikings in overtime.
Jordan Jenkins had three tackles as the Jets fell in the closing seconds to the Raiders.