|Bears||Danny Trevathan||L||11 Tackles|
|Buccaneers||Mike Edwards||L||5 Tackles|
|Cardinals||Corey Peters||W||2 Tackles|
|Cowboys||Randall Cobb||L||3 Catches, 53 Yards|
|Jaguars||Josh Allen||L||6 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 TFL, 2 QB Hits|
|Packers||Za’Darius Smith||W||3 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 2 TFL, 4 QB Hits|
|Saints||Larry Warford||W||No Sacks Allowed, No Penalties|
|Steelers||Benny Snell||L||No Stats|
|Steelers||Bud Dupree||L||5 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 TFL, 1 QB Hit|
|Texans||Lonnie Johnson||W||4 Tackles|
|Titans||Wesley Woodyard||L||3 Tackles|
Overall a decent weekend for most of our Wildcats. Danny Trevathan led the Bears in tackles in a loss against the Raiders, Za’Darius sacked Dak Prescott twice, and Josh Allen continues to show why he was a top draft pick. Things are looking up for the Kentucky players in the NFL and there’s even talk of Benny Snell getting more of a workload in upcoming games!
Offensive MVP -Randall Cobb – Tough day for the Cowboys offense but Cobb managed to produce well.
Defensive MVP – Za’Darius Smith – 2 Sacks playing against the Cowboys in Dallas, not too shabby.