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#ProDawgs Week 13: Homecoming Sweet for Pettis

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Dante Pettis had a big game as he had over 100 yards receiving and a pair of touchdowns to highlight week 13 ex-Huskies.

San Francisco 49ers v Seattle Seahawks
Dante Pettis (left) had plenty to celebrate against the Seahawks.
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In a game where not much went right for San Francisco, Dante Pettis had a huge game in his return to Seattle for the 49ers, racking up 120 yards and 2 scores.

After missing the last two games, Budda Baker started in Arizona’s upset win against the Packers. He left late in the first half with a knee injury, but returned for the first defensive possession of the second half and stayed in.

Marcus Peters made a couple of tackles, but more importantly, didn’t get beat deep in the Rams’ win at Detroit.

Cory Littleton made 4 tackles. Separately, the Orange County Register featured Littleton’s ascent from undrafted to defensive star.

Desmond Trufant made 3 tackles in Atlanta’s loss to Baltimore.

Keishawn Bierria made a tackle as the Broncos beat the Bengals. 4 of his 5 on the season have come in the last 3 weeks.

The recent surge for John Ross cooled significantly, as he made just a pair of receptions for 13 yards for Cincinnati.

Shaq Thompson made 3 tackles in Carolina’s loss to Tampa Bay.

Vita Vea had a tackle in the Bucs’ win.

Senio Kelemete returned to the Texans’ lineup after missing some time last Monday vs Tennessee, and continued in their win over Cleveland this week.

Jermaine Kearse was not targeted in the Jets’ loss at the Titans.

Danny Shelton was surprisingly a healthy scratch for New England.

Shortly after being cut by the Seahawks, Darrell Daniels was signed by the Arizona Cardinals last Monday.

Monday Night Football

Mason Foster’s Redskins will head on the road to face the Eagles and Sidney Jones, who is expected to play after recovering from recent injuries.