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’Noles in the NFL: week 4

A four-touchdown day for Jameis Winston.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Katharine Lotze/Getty Images

Jameis Winston

The Bucs really put up 55 on the Los Angeles Rams. Who predicted that? Winston had a great outing throwing for 385 yards and 4 touchdowns:

It took until week 4, but Winston found one of his favorite targets, Cameron Brate, for the first time this year:

Plus, a perfect deep ball to Mike Evans:

Winston did have a pick-six late in the game, on a poor throw, but overall he was lights out.

Nigel Bradham

Bradham’s Eagles had fits stopping Aaron Rodgers and top receiver Davante Adams all night long, but on the last play of the game in was Bradham who sealed the win for Philly.

Packers fans look away now.

Bradham finished the night with 6 tackles (4 solo), two passes defended, and the interception.

Josh Sweat

With injuries along the defensive line Josh Sweat has seen plenty of playing time this year, flashing the ability he showed at Florida State.

Here he muscled his way into the backfield and drove Green Bay running back Aaron Jones back 10 yards:

Derrick Nnadi

Nnadi had a a career day, with a team-high 8 tackles (5 solo) and his first career sack.

Technically it was a strip sack, coming as the Lions were on the verge of a score:

Cam Erving

Erving has filled in at left tackle after the Chiefs lost Pro Bowler Eric Fisher.

Erving had a nice block on LeSean McCoy’s lone touchdown on the day:

Brian Burns

Burns had Panthers fans holding their collective breathe as the first round pick temporarily left the game with a wrist injury:

Burns returned to the game and continued to make plays in all phases:

Burns contributed half a sack today, as well as 3 qb hits and 2 tackles.

Following the game, the rookie edge rusher said this is just the beginning of the Panther dominant pass rush:

Javien Elliot

Elliot got credit for the other half a sack as him and Burns got to quarterback Deshaun Watson:

He finished the game with 3 tackles (1 solo), a QB hit, and half a sack.

Lamarcus Joyner

Joyner had 7 solo tackles, a pass defended and two tackles for a loss, including this truck of Colts running back Marlon Mack:

Jalen Ramsey

After requesting a trade away from Jacksonville, Ramsey hasn’t practiced this week and left the team midweek to be in Tennessee for the birth of his daughter (congrats, Jalen!):

Ramsey did travel with the team to Denver and was present on the sideline, but didn’t dress and was listed as inactive:

As the saga continues, it seems the Eagles will be making a heavy push for the services of the Pro Bowl corner, and if you watched their secondary on Thursday night, you’ll know why:

Demarcus Walker

His team is 0-4, but Walker has had a nice start to his season and got himself a sack on Sunday afternoon:

He finished the day with 4 tackles (3 solo), a TFL, a QB hit, and the sack.

Other Notable Statlines:

Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings: The league’s leading rusher heading into the game, Cook showed that he could be slowed down for the first time this season against a stout Chicago defense. Cook had little help from Kirk Cousins and the rest of the offense, but was still able to find the end zone, finishing the game with 35 yards rushing, 35 receiving and the score.

Xavier Rhodes, Minnesota Vikings: had 8 tackles (7 solo), a tackle for a loss, and a pass defended.

Eddie Goldman, Chicago Bears: had 2 solo tackles.

Devonta Freeman, Atlanta Falcons: Freeman had 100 yards from scrimmage with 72 yards receiving and 28 on the ground in Atlanta’s loss.

Terrence Brooks, New England Patriots: recorded 3 solo tackles.

Christian Jones: had 2 tackles (1 solo).

Chris Thompson, Washington Redskins: had 4 catches for 56 yards.

P.J. Williams, New Orleans Saints: had 2 tackles (1 solo).