Week 2 MNF
Will Dissly caught 3 passes for 20 yards and a late touchdown as the Seahawks’ rally came up short in Chicago.
Dissly subsequently caught just a single pass for 4 yards as Seattle did a lot more running in their week 3 win over Dallas.
Cory Littleton had 10 tackles, but more importantly, blocked a punt that resulted in a touchdown in the Rams’ win over the Chargers.
Marcus Peters suffered an injury to his lower right leg in the second quarter. He’s expected to probably miss the Rams’ upcoming Thursday game vs Minnesota.
Budda Baker had 10 tackles, including a combined sack to force a field goal attempt in Arizona’s loss to Chicago.
Dante Pettis played, but was not targeted as a receiver in San Francisco’s loss to Kansas City.
Kevin King was held out of the Packers’ loss at Washington.
Shaq Thompson bounced back from a rough week 2, recording 8 tackles to help Carolina beat Cincinnati.
Desmond Trufant made 4 tackles in the Falcons’ loss to the Saints.
Marvin Hall caught a pass for the second week in a row for Atlanta.
Sidney Jones made a pair of tackles as the Eagles beat the Colts. Meanwhile, his performance last week earned him high praise from Pro Football Focus.
Joshua Perkins caught one pass for 10 yards for Philadelphia.
John Ross struggled in the Bengals’ loss to the Colts. If you’re subscribed to The Athletic, there’s a good article that dives deeper on Ross.
Texans guard Senio Kelemete was held out of the match-up of their game vs the Giants due to a knee injury during warmups.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught 3 passes for 18 yards for Jacksonville against the Titans.
Danny Shelton had 4 tackles in the Patriots’ surprising loss at Detroit.
Jermaine Kearse had 3 receptions for 35 yards in the Jets’ loss at Cleveland.
Dwayne Washington has yet to play, but has been promoted from the Saints’ practice squad to their main roster.
Vita Vea has been ruled out for the Buccaneers’ Monday night game vs Pittsburgh.