- Russell Wilson, QB (Seahawks): In one of the best games of the NFL season, Wilson led the Seahawks to an overtime win over the undefeated 49ers on Monday night. The former Super Bowl champion didn’t have his best game, throwing a bad pick in the red zone in overtime, but after Seattle got the ball back Wilson converted a crucial third down with an 18-yard scramble to set up the game-winning field goal. Russ has had an incredible 2019 season and is firmly in the MVP race with seven weeks to play.
Here’s another look at @DangeRussWilson escaping pressure on the crucial third down in overtime from lastnight’s #MNF game. @MattBowen41 #SFvsSEA | #Seahawks @gregcosell | @BradyHenderson— NFL Matchup on ESPN (@NFLMatchup) November 12, 2019
- James White, RB (Patriots): The Patriots had a bye in Week 10.
- Melvin Gordon, RB (Chargers): Gordon had his first 100-yard game of season, rushing for 108 yards and a touchdown in the Chargers’ loss last Thursday night. The former Pro Bowler looks like he’s finally back in form after a slow start to the season coming off his four week holdout.
- Dare Ogunbowale, RB (Buccaneers): Ogunbowale once again worked as the third down back for the Bucs, playing 22 offensive snaps and finishing with three catches for 24 yards. He also continued to have a role on special teams and played 62% of such snaps.
- Derek Watt, FB (Chargers): In a Thursday night battle between Wisconsin fullbacks (Watt and Ingold), Watt played just three offensive snaps but converted a fourth and one attempt on his only carry of the game. He continues to be a mainstay on the Chargers’ special teams units and leads the league in special teams tackles through ten weeks.
- Ryan Ramczyk, OT (Saints): Ramczyk continues to shine at right tackle for the Saints this season and allowed no pressures in Week 10.
The top player on offense in Week 10 was Ryan Ramczyk!— PFF NO Saints (@PFF_Saints) November 11, 2019
Ramczyk's 75.3 overall grade and 82.5 pass blocking grades both led the team, after he went the full game without allowing one pressure.
Ram is on pace for a career-high season grade (85.7 through W10).#Saints #WhoDat pic.twitter.com/rA0VsvFDZ1
- Rick Wagner, OT (Lions): Wagner started his ninth straight game at right tackle, but was forced to leave Week 10’s matchup with the Bears due to a concussion he suffered in the second quarter.
- Rob Havenstein, OT (Rams): Havenstein suffered a knee injury in the Rams’ game against the Steelers and has been ruled out for Week 11.
- Kevin Zeitler, OG (Giants): The eight year veteran started at right guard and played every offensive snap in the Giants’ loss to the Jets.
Kevin Zeitler and Riley Dixon make the week 10 PFF Team of the Week! https://t.co/YXLkviuSRS— PFF NY Giants (@PFF_Giants) November 11, 2019
- Travis Frederick, C (Cowboys): Frederick once again started at center for the Cowboys and played all 71 offensive snaps.
- Ryan Groy, C (Chargers): The six year veteran played one offensive snap and six special teams snap in Week 10.
- Lance Kendricks, TE (Chargers): Kendricks played just six offensive snaps at tight end and was targeted once.
- Troy Fumagalli, TE (Broncos): The Broncos had a bye in Week 10.
- Alex Erickson, WR (Bengals): Coming off two straight productive games, Erickson was limited with a back injury in Week 10. He played just 51% of offensive snaps and finished with no catches on two targets.
- Beau Allen, DT (Buccaneers): Allen once again backed up starter Vita Vea at nose tackle and played 14 defensive snaps.
- Joe Schobert, LB (Browns): Schobert played every defensive snap at inside linebacker and finished with five tackles in Cleveland’s season-saving win over the Bills. The four year veteran is tied for sixth in the league in total tackles, despite playing only nine games.
- T.J. Watt, LB (Steelers): Watt has been an absolute monster this year and tallied five tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble in Pittsburgh’s win over the Rams. The third year pro leads the league in quarterback hits with 22 and ranks fifth in sacks with 9.5. Watt, coupled with fellow pass rusher Bud Dupree and star defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick, have led a stellar defensive unit that has saved the Steelers season.
TJ Watt recorded 6.5 sacks his past 5 games and now added another one.pic.twitter.com/BeWoxpQVSe— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 10, 2019
- Vince Biegel, LB (Dolphins): Biegel has had a great year for the Dolphins and finished with five tackles and one quarterback hit in Week 10. Playing for his third team in as many years, it’s been awesome to see Biegel settle in with the Dolphins and take full advantage of his increased role in Miami’s defense.
People are still underestimating what ROLB Vince Biegel has done as a pass rusher since assuming his starter role on the Dolphins. Here Top 10 DE/OLBs with at least 100 pass rush reps (91 qualifiers), ranked by Pressure Rate: pic.twitter.com/kHWl2S8Wa9— Chris Kouffman (@ckparrot) November 13, 2019
- Michael Deiter, OG (Dolphins): Deiter is one of only two Dolphins players to have started all nine games this season, as the third round pick played every snap at left guard in Week 10.
- Alec Ingold, FB (Raiders): Ingold scored his first career touchdown last Thursday on a nine-yard pass from Derek Carr just before halftime. The undrafted rookie has been a revelation for the Raiders and is in contention to make the Pro Bowl with the way he’s been playing this season.
FULLBACK SEASON.— NFL (@NFL) November 8, 2019
Alec Ingold scores on the 9-yard pass from @DerekCarrQB. #RaiderNation @AI_XLV
: #LACvsOAK on @NFLNetwork | @NFLonFOX | @PrimeVideo
How to watch: https://t.co/I6INVckndX pic.twitter.com/ulbNriIZxD
- David Edwards, OG (Rams): Edwards started at right guard and played 100% of the offensive snaps for the Rams. After playing tackle in college, the rookie has fit in nicely at guard after a rash of injuries to the Rams’ offensive line.
- T.J. Edwards, LB (Eagles): The Eagles had a bye in Week 10.
- Andrew Van Ginkel, LB (Dolphins): Van Ginkel is returning from his injury!