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  • Ko Kieft TB TE
    Buccaneers' Ko Kieft: Impressive gain on first pro catch
    2h ago

    Kieft brought in his only target for 19 yards in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    The rookie tight end was impressive on his first pro reception, and he logged just nine snaps from scrimmage overall along with 17 on special teams. Kieft's catch aside, the sixth-round pick's primary role on offense will continue to be as a blocker unless injuries strike multiple players in front of him at tight end.

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  • Ryan Succop TB K
    Buccaneers' Ryan Succop: Notches seven points in loss
    2h ago

    Succop hit his only field-goal attempt from 45 yards and drilled all four PATs in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    Succop made good on all his chances to put points on the board, continuing the strong start to his season in the disappointing home loss. The veteran boasts a 90 percent success rate on field goals and remains perfect on his seven extra-point tries, and a Week 5 home matchup versus the Falcons could yield an abundance of scoring opportunities given Atlanta's defensive deficiencies.

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  • Cade Otton TB TE
    Buccaneers' Cade Otton: Season-high three catches Sunday
    2h ago

    Otton secured three of four targets for 29 yards in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    Otton set new career highs across the board after logging his first pro reception in Week 3. The rookie's snaps have encouragingly increased in each of his first three games, topping out at a robust 43 on Sunday night. Otton could continue to see his role expand in a Week 5 home matchup against the Falcons.

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  • Russell Gage TB WR
    Buccaneers' Russell Gage: Limited to two grabs in loss
    2h ago

    Gage brought in two of four targets for 24 yards during the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Saints on Sunday night.

    With Chris Godwin and Julio Jones available to start the game after overcoming their questionable designations, Gage saw exponentially less volume than in Week 4, despite the fact Jones was ultimately limited to just 18 snaps. Gage logged 41 in his own right, but he still generated his lowest reception and yardage totals since Week 1 against the Cowboys. With Jones' health once again in question due to his knee issues, Gage could be in line for a return to a larger role against his old Falcons teammates in a Week 5 home clash.

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  • Rachaad White TB RB
    Buccaneers' Rachaad White: Expanded role in loss
    3h ago

    White rushed three times for six yards and a touchdown, brought in all five targets for 50 yards, returned two kickoffs for 51 yards and lost a fumble in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    The rookie logged a season-high 24 snaps (38 percent) from scrimmage and produced plenty with them, scoring his first NFL touchdown from one yard out late in the third quarter and also generating new career highs in receptions and receiving yards. Both Leonard Fournette and White were stymied on the ground, however, and the latter's expanded role in the air attack may have largely been the result of a game script that saw the Buccaneers trail throughout the game. White's fumble on the opening kickoff also set the Chiefs up in prime position for their first touchdown, but the fact the ASU product still saw all the action he did subsequent to that supports the notion both he and the coaching staff have moved past the flub.

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  • Tyler Bass BUF K
    Bills' Tyler Bass: Hits walk-off kick in Week 4 win
    4h ago

    Bass made all three of his field-goal tries -- including the game-winner as time expired -- in Sunday's win over the Ravens. He also made both extra-point tries.

    The capable Bass has only missed one kick all season, with a 7-for-8 performance on field goals while making all 13 of his extra-point tries. In fact, Bass is perfect on 64 extra-point tries over the last two seasons and hasn't missed one since Week 14 of 2020. Bass is currently tied for fifth in the league with 34 points, as he continues to be a reliable fantasy kicker.

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  • Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB
    49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Plays game manager in Week 4 win
    6h ago

    Garoppolo completed 16 of 27 passes for 239 yards and one touchdown in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams. He added three yards on one rushing attempt.

    Garoppolo was credited with a 57-yard touchdown pass to Deebo Samuel in the second quarter, though Deebo did the vast majority of the work after catching a short pass. The 49ers got back to their identity of winning with their defense and running game while relying on Garoppolo for little more than timely third-down conversions and game management. That role doesn't usually lead to much fantasy success, and in Week 5 Garoppolo will face a Panthers defense that's held three of four quarterbacks to under 210 passing yards this season.

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  • Matthew Stafford LAR QB
    Rams' Matthew Stafford: Banged-up by 49ers
    6h ago

    Stafford completed 32 of 48 passes for 254 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Monday's 24-9 loss to San Francisco. He added six yards on two rushing attempts and lost a fumble.

    San Francisco's defense flummoxed Stafford throughout the night and sacked him seven times, as the Rams struggled to move the ball on most of their drives and settled for field goals whenever they got any momentum going. It was still a one-possession game in the fourth quarter until Stafford's back-breaking pick-six, which was taken 52 yards to the house by budding defensive star Talanoa Hufanga. Stafford ended Los Angeles' next possession with a fumble, putting to bed any doubt about the final result. He'll bring an alarmingly poor 4:6 TD:INT into a tough Week 5 matchup against the talented Dallas defense.

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  • Will Grier DAL QB
    Will Grier: Reverts to practice squad
    9h ago

    Grier reverted to the Cowboys' practice squad Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.

    Grier did not play during Sunday's win over Washington after being elevated from Dallas' practice squad for the third week in a row. The 2019 third-round pick has essentially served as the Cowboy's backup quarterback behind Cooper Rush while starter Dak Prescott (thumb) has been sidelined. However, Grier is no longer eligible for any further game-day activations with Dallas and will need a full active roster spot in order to suit up for the team again this season.

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  • Kenny Pickett PIT QB
    Steelers' Kenny Pickett: Expected to take over as starter
    11h ago

    The Steelers are expected to move forward with Pickett as their starting QB, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    The Steelers have yet to confirm their starter for this weekend's game against the Bills, but after Pickett replaced Mitch Trubisky in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Jets, it looks like the 2022 first-rounder is poised to get his first NFL regular-season start Sunday on the road versus the 3-1 Bills. Pickett thus is a worthy roster addition for those in need of short-term signal-caller help or who are in QB-heavy fantasy formats.

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  • Russell Wilson DEN QB
    Broncos' Russell Wilson: Limited on practice estimate
    11h ago

    Coach Nathaniel Hackett relayed that Wilson (right shoulder) would have been limited Monday, if the Broncos had practiced, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Per Hackett, Wilson "got dinged up a little bit" during Sunday's loss to the Raiders, with Tom Pelissero of NFL Network indicating that the QB is dealing with some shoulder soreness. Either way, Hackett told DiLalla that he expects Wilson to play Thursday night against the Colts.

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  • Dak Prescott DAL QB
    Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Set to visit doctor Tuesday
    12h ago

    Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Monday that Prescott (thumb) will meet with a doctor Tuesday, and the team will formulate a plan following the appointment, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Prescott reportedly is eyeing a Week 5 return, per Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, but the team will have to wait until Tuesday's appointment to get clarity on his potential return timetable. The quarterback began throwing last week after he had the stitches from his surgery removed, but McCarthy said he wants to see the quarterback put together a full week of practices before throwing him into game action, per Todd Archer of ESPN.com. If Prescott is able to return Sunday at the Rams, he's expected to have his full bevy of weapons available after Michael Gallup made his season debut Week 4.

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  • Rachaad White TB RB
    Buccaneers' Rachaad White: Expanded role in loss
    3h ago

    White rushed three times for six yards and a touchdown, brought in all five targets for 50 yards, returned two kickoffs for 51 yards and lost a fumble in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    The rookie logged a season-high 24 snaps (38 percent) from scrimmage and produced plenty with them, scoring his first NFL touchdown from one yard out late in the third quarter and also generating new career highs in receptions and receiving yards. Both Leonard Fournette and White were stymied on the ground, however, and the latter's expanded role in the air attack may have largely been the result of a game script that saw the Buccaneers trail throughout the game. White's fumble on the opening kickoff also set the Chiefs up in prime position for their first touchdown, but the fact the ASU product still saw all the action he did subsequent to that supports the notion both he and the coaching staff have moved past the flub.

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  • Justin Jackson DET RB
    Lions' Justin Jackson: Sees time on offense
    5h ago

    Jackson rushed twice for three yards while catching two of two targets for four yards during Sunday's 48-45 loss to the Seahawks.

    Jackson saw his first nine offensive snaps of the season but didn't do much with the touches he was given, unlike both Jamaal Williams (5.7 yards per carry) and Craig Reynolds (15). He'll remain off the fantasy radar in Week 5 against the Patriots.

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  • Craig Reynolds DET RB
    Lions' Craig Reynolds: Small role in Swift's absence
    5h ago

    Reynolds rushed twice for 30 yards while securing his only target for 12 yards during Sunday's 48-45 loss to Seattle.

    Reynolds logged a third of the offensive snaps in the absence of D'Andre Swift (shoulder) but handled less touches than Justin Jackson, who saw a fraction of the playing time that Reynolds did. Meanwhile, Jamaal Williams logged half the snaps and carried nearly the entire rushing load for a second straight game. It's fair to expect a similar distribution of work in Week 5 against New England.

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  • Cam Akers LAR RB
    Rams' Cam Akers: Bottled up on MNF
    5h ago

    Akers rushed eight times for 13 yards and didn't catch his only target in Monday's 24-9 loss to San Francisco.

    Akers got one more rushing attempt than Darrell Henderson, but Henderson mustered 14 more yards on the ground in addition to catching three passes for 12 yards. While Akers has more upside as a rusher than Henderson, a Rams offense that's averaging just 17.5 PPG through four weeks is struggling to create positive game scripts, and doing so won't be easy in Week 5 against a Cowboys defense that has limited each of its first four opponents to less than 20 points.

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  • Darrell Henderson Jr. LAR RB
    Rams' Darrell Henderson: Out-touches Akers 10-8 on MNF
    5h ago

    Henderson rushed seven times for 27 yards and caught three of four targets for 12 yards in Monday's 24-9 loss to San Francisco.

    Cam Akers got the start but mustered just 13 scrimmage yards on eight carries and one target. Henderson appears to be the team's running back of choice when negative game scripts lead to more passing situations, and that could be the case in Week 5 against a Cowboys team that's riding a three-game winning streak.

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  • Jeff Wilson SF RB
    49ers' Jeff Wilson: Finds end zone in workhorse role
    6h ago

    Wilson rushed 18 times for 74 yards and a touchdown but wasn't targeted in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Wilson burst through a gaping hole up the middle and ran into the end zone untouched from 32 yards out in the first quarter. He displayed his terrific speed on the play, topping 20 miles per hour, per Nick Wagoner of ESPN. Wilson worked as San Francisco's workhorse in the backfield, as no other 49ers halfback touched the ball in this one. With Elijah Mitchell (knee) not close to returning, Wilson should continue to see heavy volume on the ground if the game script allows it in Week 5 against the Panthers.

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  • Russell Gage TB WR
    Buccaneers' Russell Gage: Limited to two grabs in loss
    2h ago

    Gage brought in two of four targets for 24 yards during the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Saints on Sunday night.

    With Chris Godwin and Julio Jones available to start the game after overcoming their questionable designations, Gage saw exponentially less volume than in Week 4, despite the fact Jones was ultimately limited to just 18 snaps. Gage logged 41 in his own right, but he still generated his lowest reception and yardage totals since Week 1 against the Cowboys. With Jones' health once again in question due to his knee issues, Gage could be in line for a return to a larger role against his old Falcons teammates in a Week 5 home clash.

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  • Kalif Raymond DET WR
    Lions' Kalif Raymond: Heightened offensive role
    4h ago

    Raymond caught three of five targets for 38 yards during Sunday's 48-45 loss to the Seahawks.

    Raymond saw a jump in playing time with both Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle) and DJ Chark (ankle) out of commission. However, he didn't play much of a role in this high-scoring affair despite seeing a handful of opportunities. Raymond could easily return to seeing single-digit offensive snaps if St. Brown or Chark are able to make it back for Detroit's Week 5 game in New England.

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  • Cole Beasley TB WR
    Cole Beasley: Shifts back to practice squad
    5h ago

    Beasley reverted to the Buccaneers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Beasley played a smaller role after being activated by Tampa Bay for the second week in a row, bringing in his lone target for five yards on four offensive snaps against Kansas City. The veteran slot wideout joined the Buccaneers' practice squad to help provide depth for the team's banged-up receiving corps, as Chris Godwin and Julio Jones (undisclosed) returned from injury in Week 4. Beasley also played eight special -teams snaps, and he is now available for one more elevations to the Buccaneers' active roster this season.

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  • Marcus Johnson NYG WR
    Marcus Johnson: Back on practice squad
    5h ago

    Johnson reverted to the Giants' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Johnson was activated on game day for the first time this season with Giants wideouts Wan'Dale Robinson (knee), Kadarius Toney (hamstring) and Sterling Shepard (knee) all out in Week 4. The 28-year-old receiver still did not manage to record any stats on just one offensive snap played. Johnson recorded nine receptions for 160 yards over 190 offensive snaps with Tennessee last year, and he'll be eligible for two more elevations from the Giants' practice squad in 2022.

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  • Michael Bandy LAC WR
    Michael Bandy: Comes back off active roster
    5h ago

    Bandy reverted to the Chargers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Bandy caught both of his targets for 49 yards while playing 20 of the Bolts' 70 offensive snaps Sunday. The 24-year-old wideout was elevated from the team's practice squad for the first time with top receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) sidelined for the second straight game in Week 4. Bandy is now available for two more game-day activations from the Chargers' practice squad this season.

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  • Brandon Aiyuk SF WR
    49ers' Brandon Aiyuk: Four catches on MNF
    6h ago

    Aiyuk caught all four of his targets for 37 yards in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Aiyuk ranked second on the team in targets, catches and receiving yards, but he was nowhere near team leader Deebo Samuel, who turned seven targets into six catches for 115 yards and a touchdown. Heading into a Week 5 visit to Carolina, Aiyuk has 14 catches for 179 yards and one touchdown.

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  • Ko Kieft TB TE
    Buccaneers' Ko Kieft: Impressive gain on first pro catch
    2h ago

    Kieft brought in his only target for 19 yards in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    The rookie tight end was impressive on his first pro reception, and he logged just nine snaps from scrimmage overall along with 17 on special teams. Kieft's catch aside, the sixth-round pick's primary role on offense will continue to be as a blocker unless injuries strike multiple players in front of him at tight end.

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  • Cade Otton TB TE
    Buccaneers' Cade Otton: Season-high three catches Sunday
    2h ago

    Otton secured three of four targets for 29 yards in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    Otton set new career highs across the board after logging his first pro reception in Week 3. The rookie's snaps have encouragingly increased in each of his first three games, topping out at a robust 43 on Sunday night. Otton could continue to see his role expand in a Week 5 home matchup against the Falcons.

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  • J.P. Holtz NO TE
    J.P. Holtz: Shifts back to practice squad
    5h ago

    Holtz reverted to the Saints' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Holtz was activated from New Orleans' practice squad for the first time in 2022 on Sunday, playing 11 offensive snaps as the team's third-string tight end behind Adam Trautman (39) and Juwan Johnson (29). However, the 29-year-old did not receive a target and was flagged for an offensive holding penalty against the Vikings. Holtz also played seven special-teams snaps, and he can now be elevated from the Saints' practice squads for two more games this season.

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  • Tyler Higbee LAR TE
    Rams' Tyler Higbee: Racks up 10 catches in Week 4
    6h ago

    Higbee caught 10 of 14 targets for 73 yards in Monday's 24-9 loss to the 49ers.

    Higbee finished second to Cooper Kupp in targets, catches and receiving yards while totaling more catches and yards than the rest of the team combined. With Allen Robinson struggling to build chemistry with Matthew Stafford, Higbee has emerged as the Rams' second-most reliable target heading into a Week 5 matchup with the Cowboys, though Kupp should continue to see the lion's share of targets most weeks.

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  • George Kittle SF TE
    49ers' George Kittle: More blocking than catching on MNF
    6h ago

    Kittle caught two of four targets for 24 yards in Monday's 24-9 win over the Rams.

    Kittle wasn't targeted in the first half as San Francisco got lengthy touchdowns from Jeff Wilson (32-yard run) and Deebo Samuel (57-yard catch). The standout tight end was more involved after halftime, securing a 20-yard catch and later narrowly missing a short touchdown by failing to get his feet in-bounds. Playing without left tackle Trent Williams (ankle) and later losing Williams' replacement Colton McKivitz (knee), the 49ers relied more on Kittle's blocking prowess than his pass-catching ability, and that could wind up being the case again in Week 5 against the Panthers.

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  • Geoff Swaim TEN TE
    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Not targeted in win
    6h ago

    Swaim was not targeted in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Colts.

    Swaim played 40 offensive snaps, which led the Titans' tight end corps. However, he failed to command a target, which isn't all that surprising given his primary duties are as a blocker. Through four games this season, Swaim has six receptions for 38 yards and a touchdown.

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  • Ryan Succop TB K
    Buccaneers' Ryan Succop: Notches seven points in loss
    2h ago

    Succop hit his only field-goal attempt from 45 yards and drilled all four PATs in the Buccaneers' 41-31 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday night.

    Succop made good on all his chances to put points on the board, continuing the strong start to his season in the disappointing home loss. The veteran boasts a 90 percent success rate on field goals and remains perfect on his seven extra-point tries, and a Week 5 home matchup versus the Falcons could yield an abundance of scoring opportunities given Atlanta's defensive deficiencies.

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  • Tyler Bass BUF K
    Bills' Tyler Bass: Hits walk-off kick in Week 4 win
    4h ago

    Bass made all three of his field-goal tries -- including the game-winner as time expired -- in Sunday's win over the Ravens. He also made both extra-point tries.

    The capable Bass has only missed one kick all season, with a 7-for-8 performance on field goals while making all 13 of his extra-point tries. In fact, Bass is perfect on 64 extra-point tries over the last two seasons and hasn't missed one since Week 14 of 2020. Bass is currently tied for fifth in the league with 34 points, as he continues to be a reliable fantasy kicker.

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  • Dominik Eberle DET K
    Lions' Dominik Eberle: Shaky 2022 debut
    4h ago

    Eberle converted his only field-goal attempt and two of four PATs during Sunday's 48-45 loss to the Seahawks.

    It is hard to be impressed with the fill-in kicker stepping in to convert a 49-yard field goal when Eberle also missed two extra points and sent a kickoff out of bounds. Even if Austin Seibert (groin) doesn't suit up for Week 5, Eberle is uncertain to return for another game with the Lions.

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  • Matthew Wright KC K
    Matthew Wright: Returns to practice squad
    5h ago

    Wright reverted to the Chiefs' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Wright converted both of his field-goal attempts and all five of his PATs after being elevated to Kansas City's active roster in Week 4. The 26-year-old joined the Chiefs' practice squad last Tuesday to serve as the team's backup kicker behind Harrison Butker (ankle), who sat out for the third week in a row Sunday. Wright will now be eligible for two more game-day activations while on Kansas City's practice squad this season.

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  • Randy Bullock TEN K
    Titans' Randy Bullock: Perfect again
    6h ago

    Bullock made his lone field-goal attempt and all three of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Colts.

    Bullock made a 44-yard field goal in the second quarter to put the Titans up 17-3, his only major contribution to the victory. He hasn't been asked to do much in recent weeks, but he has not missed a kick since missing a game-winning attempt in Week 1. For the season, Bullock has made four of his five field-goal attempts and all nine of his extra-point attempts.

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  • Wil Lutz NO K
    Saints' Wil Lutz: Doinks 61-yard attempt
    6h ago

    Lutz converted one of his two field-goal attempts and both of his extra-point tries during Sunday's 28-25 loss to the Vikings.

    Lutz made all three of his kicking attempts before missing a 61-yard field-goal try on the left upright in the waning seconds of regulation. The 28-year-old did convert a 60-yard field goal to tie the game with just under two minutes left in the fourth quarter. Lutz, who made all but five of his 28 field-goal tries over 16 games last year, has now missed four of his eight field-goal attempts while converting 6-of-6 PATs through four weeks of the 2022 campaign. The Saints offense likely will provide the starting kicker with few easy opportunities should starting quarterback Jameis Winston (back) and wideout Michael Thomas (foot) remain out.

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  • Josh Allen JAC OLB
    Jaguars' Josh Allen: Tallies third sack
    4h ago

    Allen recorded seven tackles (three solo) including one sack during Sunday's 29-21 loss to the Eagles.

    Allen notched his third sack and his highest number of tackles this season in Week 4. The linebacker also lined up on all but eight of the Jaguars' 82 defensive snaps Sunday, marking his fourth straight game playing at least 80 percent of the team's defensive snaps.

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  • Devin Lloyd JAC OLB
    Jaguars' Devin Lloyd: Logs double-digit tackles
    5h ago

    Lloyd recorded 14 tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 29-21 loss to the Eagles.

    Lloyd played a season-high 77 defensive snaps as the Jaguars gave up 210 rushing yards over 50 total carries in Week 4. As a result, the rookie linebacker notched his most productive tackling outing of the season. Lloyd has also played 100 percent of Jacksonville's defensive snaps over the last three weeks.

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  • Joe Schobert TEN MLB
    Joe Schobert: Reverts to practice squad
    5h ago

    Schobert reverted to the Titans' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Schobert recorded six tackles and one forced fumble after being activated from Tennessee's practice squad for the first time this season. With fellow inside linebacker Zach Cunningham (elbow) inactive in Week 4, the 28-year-old veteran played 24 of the Titans' 66 defensive snaps behind David Long (66) and Dylan Cole (38). Schobert did not record a tackle while also playing four special-teams snaps, and he will now be eligible for two more elevations from Tennessee's practice squad this season.

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  • Foye Oluokun JAC OLB
    Jaguars' Foye Oluokun: Tallies game-high tackles
    6h ago

    Oluokun recorded 16 tackles (12 solo) during Sunday's 29-21 loss to the Eagles.

    Oluokun notched season-highs in both combined and solo tackles as Philadelphia ran 77 offensive plays for 401 total yards Sunday. The 27-year-old linebacker has played every defensive snap for the Jaguars over the first four weeks of the season, and he's currently on track to once collect over 150 tackles for the second year in a row.

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  • Haason Reddick PHI OLB
    Eagles' Haason Reddick: Notches two strip sacks
    6h ago

    Reddick recorded four tackles (four solo) including two sacks and two fumble recoveries during Sunday's 29-21 victory over Jacksonville.

    Reddick registered two strip sacks and collected two of Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence's four lost fumbles during Sunday. The 28-year-old has accounted for a team-high 3.5 of the Eagles' 16 sacks through four weeks, and he'll have a solid opportunity to continue padding these stats against the Cardinals' offensive line in Week 5.

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  • T.J. Edwards PHI MLB
    Eagles' T.J. Edwards: Registers season-low snaps
    6h ago

    Edwards recorded six tackles (four solo) and one sack during the Eagles' 29-21 win over the Jaguars.

    Edwards notched a team-high six tackles and his second sack of the season, as Philadelphia's defense held Jacksonville to just 219 total yards over 46 offensive plays. Therefore, the starting middle linebacker played a season-low 44 defensive snaps, and he should see increased production in Week 5 against the Cardinals offense, which has averaged 56 plays so far in 2022.

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