|Bears||Danny Trevathan||L||10 Tackles|
|Cardinals||Corey Peters||W||4 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 TFL, 1 QB Hit|
|Cowboys||Randall Cobb||W||2 Catches, 29 Yards|
|Jaguars||Josh Allen||W||2 Tackles, 1 Sack, 2 TFL, 1 QB Hit|
|Packers||Za’Darius Smith||W||2 Tackles|
|Saints||Larry Warford||W||No Sacks Allowed, No Penalties|
|Texans||Lonnie Johnson||L||7 Tackles|
|Titans||Wesley Woodyard||W||6 Tackles|
Impressive week for a couple of our guys this week. Both Corey Peters and Josh Allen both got to the quarterback and Danny Trevathan did what he normally does. The big stat line this week for me is Lonnie Johnson. He was second on his team in tackles. The way he has been able to adapt to the pro game is pretty impressive!
Offensive MVP – Larry Warford – Keeping Teddy Bridgewater healthy and only getting sacked once (not Warford’s blocking assignment) has led to the Saints continuing their winning ways without Drew Brees behind center.
Defensive MVP – Lonnie Johnson – even though the Texans lost to the Colts this week, it’s time for Johnson to get recognition for his outstanding play this season. He has 25 tackles and 4 pass deflections so far as a rookie!