- Russell Wilson, QB (Seahawks): The Seahawks had a bye in Week 6.
- James White, RB (Patriots): White had his best performance of the season on Sunday, despite the Patriots’ struggles on offense. The former Super Bowl hero finished with a season-high eight catches for 65 yards and tacked on eight rushing yards on four attempts.
- Corey Clement, RB (Eagles): Clement played seven offensive snaps and 23 special teams snaps in Week 6. Eagles’ starting running back Miles Sanders injured his knee on Sunday and is expected to miss 1-2 games. Clement will certainly see an uptick in snaps in the games Sanders is forced to miss.
Doug Pederson says Boston Scott and Corey Clement will be the Eagles’ RB by committee if Miles Sanders misses time.— Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) October 19, 2020
Mentions possibility of elevating Adrian Killins from the practice squad.
Eagles also have Jason Huntley on the roster.
- Melvin Gordon, RB (Broncos): Gordon had a newsworthy past week, getting arrested for a DUI last Tuesday and then coming down with strep throat later in the week. He was inactive in Week 6 and could face a suspension from the league.
- Dare Ogunbowale, RB (Jaguars): Ogunbowale played 54% of special teams snaps and recorded no tackles in the Jaguars’ loss to the Lions.
- Derek Watt, FB (Steelers): After missing Week 5 with a hamstring injury, Watt was active for the Steelers on Sunday. He logged four snaps at fullback and played 44% of special teams snaps.
- Alec Ingold, FB (Raiders): The Raiders had a bye in Week 6.
- Ryan Ramczyk, OT (Saints): The Saints had a bye in Week 6.
- Rick Wagner, OT (Packers): After starting left tackle David Bakhtiari left Sunday’s game with a chest injury, Wagner was called upon as the replacement. The eight year veteran played 23 offensive snaps at left tackle in relief and is in line to start in Week 7 if Bakhtiari is forced to miss any time.
- Rob Havenstein, OT (Rams): Havenstein started at right tackle and played every offensive snap in Week 6.
- Kevin Zeitler, OG (Giants): Zeitler started at right guard and played 100% of the offensive snaps in the Giants’ win over Washington. Through six weeks, the nine year veteran hasn’t missed a snap on offense.
- David Edwards, OG (Rams): For the fourth straight week, Edwards started at left guard and played every offensive snap for the Rams.
- Ryan Groy, OG (Chargers): The Chargers had a bye in Week 6.
- Michael Deiter, C (Dolphins): Deiter logged just four special teams snaps in the Dolphins’ win over the Jets.
- Alex Erickson, WR (Bengals): The former walk-on played four special teams snaps and finished with two punt returns for 12 yards. Erickson also saw three snaps at wide receiver and was targeted once, but had no catches.
- J.J. Watt, DE (Texans): Watt had his best game of the season in Week 6, finishing with four tackles, one pass defended, and a strip sack. The ten year veteran did all he could to help the Texans win, but they fell to 1-5 on the season after losing to the Titans in overtime.
- Joe Schobert, LB (Jaguars): Schobert recorded ten total tackles, a quarterback hit, and an interception in the Jaguars’ Week 6 loss.
- T.J. Watt, LB (Steelers): Watt had a relatively quiet game in Week 6. The two-time Pro Bowler notched three total tackles and one tackle for loss in the Steelers’ win over the Browns.
- Ryan Connelly, LB (Vikings): The former walk-on played 39% of special teams snaps and recorded no tackles for the Vikings in Week 6.
- Andrew Van Ginkel, LB (Dolphins): Van Ginkel started at outside linebacker and played 17 defensive snaps before leaving the game in the first half due to a concussion. He had recorded two tackles prior to exiting.
- Jonathan Taylor, RB (Colts): Taylor rushed for 60 yards on 12 carries and added 4 catches for 55 receiving yards on Sunday. His 5.0 yards per carry was high highest average of the season, and a negative game script (Colts fell behind 21-0) was the only thing that held him back from a breakout game.
No one's talking about it because there were bigger factors in yesterday's Colts game, but RB Jonathan Taylor actually had a nice little day. Had 115 total yards from scrimmage, averaged 5 ypc and had two plays over 20 yards. That's a really efficient performance.— Stephen Holder (@HolderStephen) October 19, 2020
- Quintez Cephus, WR (Lions): Cephus saw only six snaps at wide receiver and wasn’t targeted in the Lions’ win over the Jaguars. He also logged six special teams snaps.
- Tyler Biadasz, C (Cowboys): For the second straight week, Biadasz started at center for the Cowboys.
- Zack Baun, LB (Saints): The Saints had a bye in Week 6.