Patrick Mahomes

Patrick Mahomes II – QB, Kansas City Chiefs

Mahomes and Chiefs had a bye this week. The Chiefs are currently atop the AFC West at 8-1 and Mahomes is fifth in the league in pass yards, third in touchdowns and has the fewest interceptions of all starting quarterbacks in the NFL. The Chiefs will play the Raiders on Sunday night next week in Las Vegas.

 

Jakeem Grant – WR, Miami Dolphins

Grant caught four passes for 43 yards and recorded his first receiving touchdown of the year on Sunday during the Dolphins 29-21 win over the Chargers. Grant has benefited from the change at quarterback as he has seen 12 targets since Tua Tagovailoa took over as the starting quarterback in week eight after having just 15 targets all season prior to that. Grant also made an impact in the return game taking three punts for 57 yards including a 20-yard return to set up a Dolphins field goal right before half.

Kerry Hyder Jr. – DL, San Francisco 49ers

Hyder recorded five tackles, including a sack in the 49ers 27-13 loss to the Saints on Sunday. Hyder now has 5.5 sacks on the year to lead the 49ers.

Jordyn Brooks – LB, Seattle Seahawks

Brooks recorded six tackles in the Seahawks 23-16 loss to the Rams on Sunday. Brooks made another start at linebacker and was a bright spot on an otherwise rough day for the Seahawks.

Danny Amendola – WR, Detroit Lions

Amendola caught three passes for 10 yards in the Lions 30-27 win over the Washington Football Team on Sunday. Amendola is the leading receiver on the Lions with 411 yards this season.  

 

Cameron Batson – WR, Tennessee Titans

Batson had two catches for eight yards in the Titans 34-17 loss to the Colts on Thursday night. Batson has taken over kick return duties and made his case to stay, taking two kicks for 60 yards, including a 35-yard return the longest of the season for the Titans.

DeAndre Washington – RB, Miami Dolphins

Washington was active this week after being traded to the Dolphins from the Chiefs at the trade deadline last week. Washington had two carries for two yards with his new team in their 29-21 win over the Chargers on Sunday.

 

Broderick Washington – DL, Baltimore Ravens

Washington recorded a tackle and played 18 snaps during the Ravens 23-17 loss to the Patriots on Sunday night. Washington was inactive last week but saw the field this week due to injuries in the Ravens front seven.

 

Sam Eguavoen – LB, Miami Dolphins

Eguavoen was active and played in the Dolphins 29-21 win over the Chargers, however he did not record a stat this game.

 

Terence Steele – OL, Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys had a bye this week. The Cowboys are currently tied for last in the NFC East and will play the Vikings next week in Minnesota.

 

Le'Raven Clark – OL, Indianapolis Colts

Clark did not see any playing time in the Colts 34-17 win over the Titans on Thursday night.

 

 Dakota Allen – LB, Jacksonville Jaguars

Allen was inactive on Sunday during the Jaguars 24-20 loss to the Packers.

 

Keke Coutee – WR, Houston Texans

Coutee was inactive during the Texans 10-7 loss to the Browns on Sunday.

HEAD COACHES

Kliff Kingsbury – Arizona Cardinals

Kingsbury and the Cardinals improved to 6-3 on Sunday after a 32-30 miracle win over the Bills. Kyler Murray ended the game by throwing a 43-yard Hail Mary touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins with two seconds left to win. The Cardinals still boast the number one offense in the league and have the number one rush offense in the league as well.

Anthony Lynn – Los Angeles Chargers

Lynn and the Chargers fell to 2-7 following a 29-21 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. The Chargers have the fourth best offense in the league passing for the seventh most yards in the league and rushing for the ninth most yards in the league. 


PRACTICE SQUADS/INJURED RESERVE

Davis Webb – QB, Buffalo Bills

Antoine Wesley – WR, Baltimore Ravens

Branden Jackson – DE, Seattle Seahawks

Cody Davis – S, New England Patriots