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#ProDawgs Week 4: Will Dissly, Mr. Reliable

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Shaq Thompson leads strong Carolina D

Seattle Seahawks v Arizona Cardinals
Will Dissly has been one of the NFL’s best tight ends through four weeks.
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Seahawks: TE Will Dissly found his way into the end zone for the third week in a row, hauling in seven passes for 57 yards and a score in Seattle’s comfortable win at Arizona. He did cough up the first fumble of his young career, but was able to get on top of it. Remarkable stat on Dissly: of his 22 targets so far in 2019, more have gone for touchdowns (four) than been incomplete (three). LB Ben Burr-Kirven played about two-thirds of Seattle’s special teams snaps, only entering the box score with a holding penalty.

Cardinals: CB Byron Murphy made five tackles and defensed a pass in the loss to Seattle, while FS Budda Baker was also in on five stops. S Zeke Turner played most of the special teams snaps but did not record any stats.

Panthers: LB Shaq Thompson had a big day in Carolina’s win at Houston as he recorded a sack for the second straight week while also making a team-high 12 tackles and knocking down a pass.

Rams: CB Marcus Peters had a rather eventful game in LA’s stunning loss to Tampa Bay. He was burned badly by Mike Evans for a big 67-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, but made up for it later as he intercepted a pass from Jameis Winston and took it 32 yards for a touchdown. As he crossed the goal line, he was absolutely laid out by an offensive lineman and is questionable for week 5 at Seattle with a concussion. LB Cory Littleton made seven tackles in LA’s stunning loss to Tampa Bay. S Taylor Rapp made three tackles before leaving with a leg injury and is also questionable vs Seattle.

Buccaneers: DT Vita Vea made a tackle and had two QB hits in Tampa Bay’s upset win over the Rams.

Patriots: DT Danny Shelton had four tackles and played a season-high 47% of defensive snaps in New England’s close win at Buffalo.

Eagles: CB Sidney Jones started in the Eagles narrow win at Green Bay, recording three tackles and a pass defensed before leaving with a hamstring injury. Jones is questionable for week 5 vs the Jets.

Packers: CB Kevin King made two tackles and two deflections in the loss to Philadelphia before leaving late with a groin injury. King is questionable for week 5 vs Dallas.

Falcons: After a brilliant start to the season, CB Desmond Trufant came crashing down in Atlanta’s loss to Tennessee, getting burned for touchdowns twice. OT Kaleb McGary played every offensive snap for the second week in a row.

Bye(s): Dante Pettis (49ers)

Injury Report

  • Texans G Senio Kelemete has been placed on injured reserve prior to week 4. He hasn’t played since week 1 with a wrist injury, but will now be sitting out much longer.

MNF

WR John Ross looks to keep his hot start going as his Bengals head to Pittsburgh with both teams still searching for their first win.