- Russell Wilson, QB (Seahawks): Wilson has been on an absolute tear this season and threw for 378 yards and five touchdowns in Seattle’s overtime win over the Buccaneers. The eight year veteran is having arguably the best season of his career and is a clear front runner for MVP through nine weeks.
.@DangeRussWilson leads the NFL with 22 pass TD, a 118.2 passer rating and 4 fourth quarter comebacks in 2019— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) November 6, 2019
The last QB to lead the NFL in pass TD & passer rating for a full season was Tom Brady in his 2010 MVP season (36 pass TD, 111.0 passer rating)#Seahawks pic.twitter.com/cqitwtzna4
- James White, RB (Patriots): The always-reliable White had nine carries for 38 yards and a touchdown on Sunday night. He also added two receptions for 46 yards, including this incredible grab over All-Pro safety Earl Thomas:
James White making plays out wide @SweetFeet_White #GoPats— NFL (@NFL) November 4, 2019
: #NEvsBAL on NBC
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- Melvin Gordon, RB (Chargers): Gordon had his best game of the season in Week 9, scoring two touchdowns and rushing for 80 yards in the Chargers’ upset win over the Packers. He also caught three passes for 29 yards.
.@Melvingordon25 got it DONE on the ground in Week 9:— NFL (@NFL) November 6, 2019
⚡ 23 Touches
⚡️ 109 Total Yards
⚡️ 2 Touchdowns @Chargers | #BoltUp pic.twitter.com/pyRKYQg6O5
- Dare Ogunbowale, RB (Buccaneers): On his only carry of the game, Ogunbowale scored his second touchdown of the season on a one-yard run late in the fourth quarter. He added one catch for 12 yards in Tampa Bay’s overtime loss to the Seahawks.
Dare Ogunbowale finds the end zone and we're tied in Seattle! @DGO23_— NFL (@NFL) November 4, 2019
46 seconds remaining. #TBvsSEA
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- Derek Watt, FB (Chargers): Watt saw seven snaps at fullback and played 88% of special teams snaps for the Chargers on Sunday.
- Ryan Ramczyk, OT (Saints): The Saints had a bye in Week 9.
- Rick Wagner, OT (Lions): Wagner once again started at right tackle and played every offensive snap in the Detroit’s loss to the Raiders.
- Rob Havenstein, OT (Rams): The Rams had a bye in Week 9.
- Kevin Zeitler, OG (Giants): The eight year veteran started at right guard and played all 72 offensive snaps for the Giants on Monday night.
- Travis Frederick, C (Cowboys): Frederick started his eighth straight game at center for the Cowboys and played every offensive snap.
I wish it could have been bigger! Go Badgers! #OnWisconsin https://t.co/yjMNSJemB1— Travis Frederick (@tfrederick72) November 5, 2019
- Ryan Groy, C (Chargers): The six year veteran played two offensive snaps and one special teams snap in Week 9.
- Lance Kendricks, TE (Chargers): Kendricks played just one offensive snap in the Chargers’ win over the Packers.
- Troy Fumagalli, TE (Broncos): After being inactive for five straight weeks, Fumagalli returned to the field and had one catch for nine yards.
- Alex Erickson, WR (Bengals): The Bengals had a bye in Week 9.
- Beau Allen, DT (Buccaneers): Allen had one tackle and half of a sack against the Seahawks in Week 9. The six year veteran played just seven snaps, his lowest snap count of season.
- Joe Schobert, LB (Browns): The fourth year veteran forced a fumble but had just four tackles on Sunday, his lowest total of the season. Schobert has played every single defensive snap for the Browns this year.
- T.J. Watt, LB (Steelers): Watt was a disruptive force in the Pittsburgh’s win over the Colts. He finished with three tackles, three quarterback hits, and 1.5 sacks.
Combined for 3.5 sacks, six QB hits and four hurries.@steelers LBs @_TJWatt and @Bud_Dupree were UNSTOPPABLE in Week 9! (by @CourtyardHotels) pic.twitter.com/ZIN4woOh96— NFL (@NFL) November 6, 2019
- Vince Biegel, LB (Dolphins): The third year linebacker played 80% of defensive snaps and finished with two tackles and three quarterback hits in Week 9.
.@VinceBiegel had three more QB hits yesterday. He's now T-21st in the NFL with 10 QBHs on the fewest number of snaps for any player with 10+ QBHs.— Brett Brecheisen (@bbrech) November 4, 2019
Biegel averages a QBH every 23.9 snaps, the 5th-best mark in the NFL (min. 7 QBHs).
- Michael Deiter, OG (Dolphins): The third round pick started his eighth straight game at left guard for the Dolphins and played every offensive snap.
- Alec Ingold, FB (Raiders): Ingold played 14 snaps at fullback and had one carry for two yards for the Raiders. More importantly, the undrafted rookie made a text book cut block that sprung running back Josh Jacobs for a touchdown.
The TD was pretty, but can we talk about this block by @AI_XLV?!#DETvsOAK pic.twitter.com/VbV5AzhRFA— Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) November 3, 2019
- David Edwards, OG (Rams): The Rams had a bye in Week 9.
- T.J. Edwards, LB (Eagles): Edwards started his second straight game at inside linebacker and had three tackles in Philly’s win over the Bears.
- Leon Jacobs, LB (Jaguars): Jacobs was inactive for the second straight week due to a hamstring injury.
- J.J. Watt, DE (Texans): Watt is out for the year after suffering a torn pectoral muscle in Week 8.
- Jack Cichy, LB (Buccaneers): The Bucs placed Cichy on injured reserve last week after he got surgery on his elbow.
Bucs linebacker Jack Cichy, who injured his elbow in Rams game, had a setback in rehab and will require surgery. He's headed to injured reserve, but should be able to make a complete recovery for 2020. Bad break for a player who's pushed through his share of injuries.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) October 30, 2019
- Natrell Jamerson, DB (Panthers): Jamerson is on injured reserve and done for the season because of a foot injury he suffered in Week 6.
- Ryan Connelly, LB (Giants): Connelly tore his ACL in Week 4 and is out for the season.
- Corey Clement, RB (Eagles): The third year running back was placed on injured reserve in Week 6 because of a shoulder injury and is out for the year.
- Andrew Van Ginkel, LB (Dolphins): The fifth round pick was placed on injured reserve in the preseason and is eligible to return. However, Van Ginkel has yet to practice this season and it’s unlikely he plays in his first year in the league.