Devonta Freeman (injured reserve)
Buffalo Bills (41-9 loss to Chicago)
WR Kelvin Benjamin: led the team in receiving with four catches for 40 yards on nine targets.
Carolina Panthers (42-28)
K Graham Gano: wasn’t called upon for any field goal attempts, but was a perfect six of six on extra points.
Chicago Bears (41-9 win over Buffalo)
NT Eddie Goldman: recorded five solo tackles in Chicago’s blowout win.
OT Bobby Hart: BYE
WR Auden Tate (practice squad)
WR Kermit Whitfield (practice squad)
Denver Broncos (19-17 loss to Houston)
DE Demarcus Walker: Despite the loss, Walker had one of his best days as a pro and certainly his best performance this year. The second year edge rusher recorded three tackles (two solo), a TFL and a sack on familiar foe, Deshaun Watson. Here is Demarcus “Weaver’s” sack:
DeMarcus "Weaver" not DeMarcus Walker got credit for the @Broncos sack according to the CBS crew calling the game. The broadcasting crew's having a rough day after calling Justin Simmons "Jamerson the undrafted rookie out of Wisconsin". Not a banner day for @CBS. #BroncosCountry pic.twitter.com/ul3YikMF1n— Trent M. (@tmac_307) November 4, 2018
S Trey Marshall (practice squad)
Detroit Lions (24-9 loss to Minnesota)
LB Christian Jones: tied for the team lead in tackles with six (three solo).
OT Roderick Johnson (practice squad)
CB Jalen Ramsey: BYE
LB Telvin Smith: BYE
WR Rashad Greene: BYE
Kansas City Chiefs (37-21 win over Cleveland)
OT Cam Erving: returned to the dog pound to play the team that drafted him. Let’s just say Erving considered the day a success:
Some stuff from OL Cam Erving who was drafted by Cleveland and traded to KC — one of 4 out of 5 Chiefs OL starters who once played for the Browns:— Brooke Pryor (@bepryor) November 4, 2018
"At the end of the day, we came back, the guys that you threw away, and made a statement.”https://t.co/uhwxCZyk5S
DT Derrick Nnadi: recorded three tackles (one solo).
LB Terrance Smith (Injured Reserve)
Los Angeles Chargers (25-17 win over Seattle)
S Derwin James: tied for the team lead with an astonishing 11 tackles (four solo) on the day. James also brought the boom to Seattle receiver Tyler Lockett and was flagged for unnecessary roughness:
The Derwin James hit vs Tyler Lockett that got flagged for unnecessary roughness.#Seahawks #LACvsSEA #FightForEachOther pic.twitter.com/ecQguVSm6F— René Bugner (Rainbowcave) (@RNBWCV) November 4, 2018
Los Angeles Rams (45-35 loss to New Orleans)
S Lamarcus Joyner: recorded eight tackles (six solo) and a pass defended against an explosive New Orleans’ offense.
Miami Dolphins (13-6 win over New York Jets)
TE Nick O’Leary: didn’t record any stats in Miami’s victory.
Minnesota Vikings (24-9 win over Detroit)
CB Xavier Rhodes: recorded four solo tackles in a dominant outing from the Viking defense.
RB Dalvin Cook: DALVIN’S BACK. After missing the last four weeks recovering from a hamstring injury, Cook had a breakout game that saw him lead the team in rushing yards. Cook recorded 89 yards on ten carries, including this 71-yarder that almost ended in a touchdown:
.@dalvincook. WHEELS!— NFL (@NFL) November 4, 2018
: FOX #SKOL pic.twitter.com/Rn71KUw9WQ
Also, in case y’all forgot, Dalvin is fast.
Dalvin Cook hit the fastest top speed of any ball carrier this season! pic.twitter.com/LlKuJsYqFe— Fusue Vue (@lifesyourcup) November 4, 2018
New England Patriots
TE Ryan Izzo: (Injured Reserve)
New Orleans Saints
CB P.J. Williams: has taken his fair share of criticism so far this season, and some of it is justified, but Williams came up clutch for the Saints Sunday evening. Williams had two crucial pass breakups against one of the league’s best offenses to help seal the game for the Saints. P.J.’s performance also allowed me to yell “DBU!” in the face of a friend who is a huge Ohio State fan—always a plus.
P.J Williams with huge, back to back PBUs. @Saints take over on downs— John DeShazier (@JohnDeShazier) November 5, 2018
Williams finished the game with six tackles (five solo), a TFL, and three passes defended.
CB Patrick Robinson: (Injured Reserve)
OT Rick Leonard (practice squad)
New York Giants
DE Mario Edwards Jr: BYE
New York Jets (13-6 loss to Miami)
S Terrance Brooks: didn’t record any stats.
Oakland Raiders (34-3 loss to future hall of famer Nick Mullins and the San Francisco 49ers)
C Rodney Hudson: Hudson continues to be one of the only consistent players on a very bad Oakland squad.
After Thursday night's game, #Raiders center Rodney Hudson has moved up to #2 on this list with an 80.5 overall grade for the season #RaiderNation https://t.co/wAPolXvbxn— PFF OAK Raiders (@PFF_Raiders) November 3, 2018
DB Ronald Darby: BYE
LB Nigel Bradham: BYE
DE Josh Sweat: BYE
DT Timmy Jernigan: (Injured Reserve)
LB Vince Williams: recorded four tackles (three solo), 0.5 a sack, one TFL, and a QB hit.
LB Matthew Thomas: was active but recorded no stats against the Ravens.
San Francisco 49ers (34-3 win over Oakland)
LB Dekoda Watson: Another former ‘Nole with his best game of the season after returning from injury. A fully healthy Watson recorded three tackles (two solo), 1.5 TFL’s, 1.5 sacks, and three QB hits.
Looking back at tape from last nights game. Look how Dekoda Watson bullies his way past the offensive line and Solomon Thomas. Just recently back from IR, and he's already made a difference with 1.5 sacks in last nights performance. This guy is hugely underrated. #49ers #49wz pic.twitter.com/HR9l2HrbqK— James LeBreton (@jamesplebreton) November 2, 2018
Seattle Seahawks (25-17 loss to Los Angeles Chargers)
K Sebastian Janikowski: was a disappointing one for two on field goal attempts, but was perfect on both of his extra points.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (42-28 loss to Carolina)
QB Jameis Winston: rode the pine this week after a four interception performance saw him benched for 14-year veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick. Winston spoke to the media earlier this week about his benching and the team’s decision to go with Fitzpatrick against Carolina.
"This is definitely a humbling process. It's a chance for me to learn and sit behind Fitz kind of like I did last year. I learned so much from him when I was injured and got a chance to analyze his game."— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) November 1, 2018
» @Jaboowins#GoBucs pic.twitter.com/YZN0ItHmjT
DB Javien Elliot: recorded one solo tackle against Carolina.
LS Garrison Sanborn: handled long-snapping duties.
WR Bobo Wilson (practice squad)
Washington Redskins (38-14 loss to Atlanta)
RB Chris Thompson: was inactive this week and continues to struggle to stay healthy this year.
K Dustin Hopkins: didn’t attempt any field goals, but was 2/2 on extra points.