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The more that Georgia products excel in the NFL, the more that it raises the profile of Georgia’s program, reinforcing that by playing for the Bulldogs, your odds of having a chance to play at the game’s at the highest level is increased.

Here are some of this week’s top showings from NFL Dawgs.

In the Falcons 17-14 win against the Giants, Cameron Nizialek punting for an average of 47 yards.

It was a banner day for multiple former Dawgs on the Giants defense. Tae Crowder led the team with 11 tackles, Lorenzo Carter had a tackle for loss and recovered a fumble and Azeez Ojulari had another sack, the first Giant with a sack in each of his first three games.

Andrew Thomas was in for every New York offensive play.

The Rams, led by Matthew Stafford’s 343 yards and four touchdowns, did most of America a solid and beat Tampa Bay 34-24. Sony Michel not only rushed for 67 yards but also proved that Georgia running backs know how to block. On defense for the Rams, Leonard Floyd had a tackle and a sack.

In the Browns’ 26-6 win against the Bears, Nick Chubb rushed for 84 yards while for the Bears, Roquan Smith had a team-best nine tackles and Alec Ogletree had four.

In the Chiefs 30-24 loss to the Chargers, Deandre Baker had three tackles and Mecole Hardman had 33 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Ben Cleveland was in for every offensive snap in the Ravens 19-17 win against the Lions, who were led on the ground by D’Andre Swift’s 47 yards and a touchdown.

Ben Jones played every offensive snap in the Titans 25-16 win against the Colts, who got a trio of field goals by Rodrigo Blankenship.

Eric Stokes had five tackles in the Packers 30-28 win against the 49ers.

AJ Green had five catches for 112 yards in the Cardinals 31-19 over Jacksonville, who had a pass breakup by Tyson Campbell intended for Green.

In Buffalo’s 43-21 win against Washington Isaiah McKenzie returned three punts for 26 yards.

In the Patriots 28-13 loss to the Saints, both David Andrews and Isaiah McKenzie were in for each offensive snap.

Go NFL Dawgs!