With the Washington Huskies only playing two games at this point, it’s hard to believe that the National Football League is already heading into its 12th week of the season. Before you sit down, watch the Thanksgiving games while you stuff yourself with the usual foods on this fine day, here is a look back at how the #ProDawgs performed during week 11.
It’s safe to say that the biggest game of the week came from Detroit Lion corner Desmond Trufant who had an interception in the end-zone along with four tackles and broke up two passes. Trufant wasn’t the only former Husky on the field, Lions wide receiver Marvin Hall pulled in 3 catches for 16 yards and defensive lineman Danny Shelton came away with 4 tackles but it was not enough to defeat the Carolina Panthers. Shaq Thompson, linebacker for Carolina, had 5 tackles and broke up a pass in their 20-0 victory over Detroit.
Meanwhile, in Arizona, Cardinals defensive backs’ Budda Baker and Byron Murphy were in action against Will Dissly and the Seattle Seahawks. Budda had 5 tackles to Murphy’s 4 and Dissly had a catch for 10 yards to go along with a 28-21 victory over Arizona.
In a 20-13 loss to the Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins running back Salvon Ahmed ran the ball 43 yards on 12 attempts. He also notched 5 receptions for 31 yards as he continues to fill in for the injured Myles Gaskin.
UW’s Salvon Ahmed with another nice performance as he takes 17 touches for 74 yards.— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) November 23, 2020
In an overtime thriller, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Indianapolis Colts 34-31. Green Bay cornerback Kevin King finished the game with 7 tackles in his first game back from a quad injury. For the Baltimore Ravens, cornerback Marcus Peters finished the game with 3 tackles but his team could not get the best of the Tennessee Titans who won 30-24.
Jerry Gray on #Packers CB Kevin King playing all 84 snaps at Indy in firsts game back from quad injury: "No one thought he was going to play the whole game, but he said, 'Hey,coach, I want to go.' And he gave us a chance to win the football game."— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) November 25, 2020
Although it feels a bit weird to celebrate this holiday without the Apple Cup on the horizon, I still want to wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and of course, Go Dawgs!
Happy Thanksgiving!— Budda Baker (@buddabaker32) November 26, 2020