|Bears||Danny Trevathan||L||6 Tackles, 1 Pass Deflection|
|Buccaneers||Mike Edwards||L||1 Snap, No Stats|
|Cardinals||Corey Peters||L||1 Tackle|
|Jaguars||Josh Allen||W||2 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 2 TFL, 3 QB Hits|
|Packers||Za’Darius Smith||W||4 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 2 TFL, 3 QB Hits|
|Saints||Larry Warford||W||No Sacks, No Penalties|
|Steelers||Benny Snell||W||5 Carries, 13 Yards, 1 Tackle|
|Steelers||Bud Dupree||W||5 Tackles, 1 Sack, 1 TFL, 1 QB Hit|
|Texans||Lonnie Johnson||W||2 Tackles, 1 Pass Deflection|
|Titans||Wesley Woodyard||W||2 Tackles|
This week was not the best week for our Wildcats in the NFL. Benny Snell left the game last night in the 3rd quarter due to a knee injury and we are still awaiting a report on how severe the injury is.
Mike Edwards is dealing with an injury as well and it kept him off the field on Sunday except for one play. The New Orleans o-line and Larry Warford kept the Cardinals pass rush at bay this week and Corey Peters was only able to get 1 tackle. Other than that everyone else played ok with the bright spot on Za’darius Smith, Bud Dupree, and Josh Allen. Smith and Allen both lead their teams in sacks and are in the top ten in the NFL. Danny Trevathan dropped a little bit this week but is still in 5th in the league in tackles.
Offensive MVP – Larry Warford – Mr. Consistency does it again and wins the battle with Corey Peters this week.
Defensive MVP – Za’darius Smith – Getting to the QB has been a bright spot for the new Packer linebacker and he showed out again this week.