Winston recorded career highs in yards (400) and interceptions (5) in Tampa Bay’s forgettable trip to London, keeping with the trend of terrible football being played in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Winston had an awful day and his offensive line was equally putrid, with backups in at right guard and right tackle, Winston was sacked 7 times on the day...
...One of those sacks came courtesy of Brian Burns, who recorded his first ever NFL sack on Winston a few weeks ago. Burns paid the Bucs quarterback another visit in week 6:
One of Winston’s five interceptions came at the hands of his former team mate in Tampa Bay, Javien Elliot:
Bruce Irvin. Javien Elliot. Wow! pic.twitter.com/MhJBQnVVW4— John Ellis (@OnePantherPlace) October 13, 2019
Elliot had a productive outing in England, recording 6 tackles (5 solo) and a pass defended.
Tate had a breakout game, taking advantage of Cincinnati’s injury depleted receiving corps. Tate has 5 catches for 91 yards including a handful of circus catches:
Auden Tate how?!?!— Connor Price (@PFF_ConnorPrice) October 13, 2019
And the stare down pic.twitter.com/BwCHu9vwTM
Despite being expected to play this week, Ramsey was again inactive. The Pro Bowl corner has been nursing a back injury after demanding a trade away from Jacksonville in recent weeks:
Jalen Ramsey is inactive. He participated only in individual drills this week after doctors found nothing debilitating with his back injury. @Jaguars owner Shad Khan had said he expected Ramsey to play after having a "heart to heart" this week. As always, stay tuned.— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) October 13, 2019
It’s weird not seeing Cook go for 100-plus yards, isn’t it? Cook had a “quiet” day with 41 yards rushing and 13 yards receiving. He would, however, get himself a touchdown on this pitch:
Thielen— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) October 13, 2019
Who's next? pic.twitter.com/yqXwRU4454
Walker had a coming out party of his own with a two sack performance against the Titans, including this huge stop of 4th down:
Finishing with 4 tackles ( 3 solo) and two sacks, Walker played a huge part in Denver’s defense shutting out the Titans:
Freeman’s production has increased each week. unfortunately for Atlanta fans, that hasn’t led to wins.
Freeman had 19 carries for 88 yards and another 30 yards on 3 catches. Two of Freeman’s catches went for touchdowns:
.@DevontaFreeman extends for the TD!@AtlantaFalcons pull within 7 at the end of the third quarter. #ATLvsAZ— NFL (@NFL) October 13, 2019
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Other Notable Statlines
Ryan Izzo, New England Patriots: had 2 catches for 31 yards.
Terrance Brooks, New England Patriots: had 2 tackles (1 solo).
Bobo Wilson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: had a lone catch for 10 yards and struggled mightily in punt return, muffing two punts, losing one to Carolina.
P.J. Williams, New Orleans Saints: had 2 solo tackles.
Roderick Johnson, Houston Texans: came in after starting tackle Tytus Howard left with a knee injury. Johnson helped keep Watson clean as he wasn’t sacked on the day and the Texans left Arrowhead with a win.
Derrick Nnadi, Kansas City Chiefs: had 3 tackles (2 solo).
Chris Thompson, Washington Redskins: Thompson had just 3 rushes for 12 yards and another 8 yards on 2 catches.
Nick O’leary, Miami Dolphins: O’leary played his part in the Miami tank with a catch for 3 yards and a fumble.
Josh Sweat, Philadelphia Eagles: had a solo tackle for a loss.
Nigel Bradham, Philadelphia Eagles: had 2 tackles (1 solo) before leaving the game with an ankle injury.
Xavier Rhodes, Minnesota Vikings: had 4 solo tackles.
Trey Marshall, Denver Broncos: recorded a solo tackle.