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#ProDawgs Week 5: Arizona’s Baker, Turner shine

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A pair of Arizona Cardinals looked good in a week where not much else went right for ex-Huskies.

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Cory Littleton’s strong season continues. He made 7 tackles against the Seahawks and blocked a punt in the Rams’ narrow win.

The commentators guessed that Marcus Peters thought he was supposed to have safety help on this play, as Tyler Lockett beat him deep for a pretty easy touchdown.

The Seahawks promoted Darrell Daniels from the practice squad in the wake of Will Dissly’s injury. Daniels played a significant share of snaps but did not catch a pass vs the Rams.

Budda Baker had 15 tackles and a sack in Arizona’s first win of the season at San Francisco.

Fellow Cardinal Zeke Turner earned recognition from Pro Football Focus as the NFC special teams player of the month.

The playing time is slowly increasing for Danny Shelton. He played over a third of the time and registered a couple of QB hurries in New England’s win over the Colts.

Dante Pettis (knee) was kept out of the 49ers loss to Arizona.

Austin Seferian-Jenkins is out for at least two months after being placed on IR by the Jaguars. The earliest he could return is week 14 against the Titans.

Kevin King suffered yet another injury, as he left Green Bay’s lost to Detroit with a gash on his chin.

Shaq Thompson made 3 tackles in Carolina’s dramatic win against the Giants. His role may decrease as veteran Thomas Davis now returns from a PED suspension.

Marvin Hall caught a pair of passes for 25 yards in Atlanta’s blowout loss to Pittsburgh.

Desmond Trufant left briefly for concussion protocol, but returned. PFF thought he showed improvement this week.

Senio Kelemete was part of a Texans’ offensive line that allowed a season-low 1 sack their overtime win against Dallas.

Sidney Jones lined up in the slot for the Eagles’ D and struggled.

Keishawn Bierria made his first career tackle in Denver’s loss to the Jets.

Jermaine Kearse caught just one of his four targets in the Jets’ win. He’s moved down on the depth chart after a big year last year.

John Ross (groin) missed Cincinnati’s comeback win against Miami, but likely should return soon.

Mason Foster leads the Redskins’ defense into New Orleans for Monday Night Football.

Vita Vea (Buccaneers) on bye.