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How’d the NFL Dawgs fare over the past week?

Here’s a recap...

David Andrews may as well have been the last man standing for the Patriots, as the other four starters on the offensive line were out with COVID-19. He was in for every offensive snap in a 25-22 win against the Texans. For Houston, Jordan Jenkins had four tackles, one for a loss, and Chris Conley had 84 yards receiving, including a 37-yard touchdown.

Speaking of Georgia offensive linemen in the AFC South, Ben Jones logged all 64 snaps in the Titans 37-19 win against the Jaguars.

For Arizona, AJ Green had a 13-yard catch against the Niners, who had Charlie Woerner hauling in a four-yard catch, his first of the season.

In the Bills 38-20 win against the Chiefs, Isaiah McKenzie had a seven-yard punt return and four-yard kick return while for the Chiefs, Mecole Hardman had nine catches for 76 yards.

The Packers, helped by four tackles and a defending pass from Eric Stokes, beat the Bengals in overtime, 25-22.

In a wild loss for the Browns against the Chargers, 47-42, Nick Chubb also ran wild, racking up 161 yards and a 52-yard touchdown.

Justin Houston had a trio of tackles in the Ravens 31-25 overtime win against the Colts, and Ben Cleveland saw early action before leaving in the second quarter with a knee injury. Nick Moore continues to make a nice career on special teams, being the long snapper on field goals, punts as well as having a special teams tackle.

Rodrigo Blankenship suffered through a tough night as he faced a hip injury, having one field goal blocked, missing a game-tying field goal try, and also missed an extra point. He did, however, also hit field goals of 37 and 43 yards

Leonard Floyd continues to make the chance that the Rams took on him pay off. He had five tackles, one for a loss against Seattle with Sony Michel having 37 yards rushing and a touchdown. Matthew Stafford lit the Seahawks up for 365 yards and a touchdown.

Roquan Smith had a team-best ten tackles and Alec Ogletree had six in the Bears 20-9 win against the Raiders.

D’Andre Swift had 51 rushing yards, including a touchdown, and has 53 receiving yards in a tough 19-17 loss to the Vikings.

Despite contributions from a few defensive NFL Dawgs, the Giants fell 44-20 to the Cowboys. Lorenzo Carter had an interception and two tackles, Tae Crowder had eight tackles and a forced fumble, and Azeez Ojlulari had three tackles.