Sep 23, 2014, 1:56 PM EDT
Marcus Burley, Seahawks DB
Burley helped reign in Denver’s high-powered passing offense on Sunday by posting two passes defended along with three tackles in Seattle’s 26-20 overtime win. He has 10 total tackles on the season for the 2-1 Seahawks.
Joe Flacco, Ravens QB
Flacco led Baltimore to its second-straight win, going 19-of-31 for 217 yards and one touchdown – the Ravens’ first of the game – against the Browns. Flacco now ranks fourth in the league with 122 passing attempts.
Paul Worrilow, Falcons LB
Worrilow remains tied for the NFL lead in tackles after posting six in Atlanta’s impressive 56-14 win over Tampa Bay on Thursday Night Football. Worrilow also forced a fumble in the victory – his first of the season.
Arthur Moats, Steelers LB
Moats posted a pair of tackles – including a sack– in Pittsburgh’s 37-19 Sunday Night Football victory at Carolina. With multiple injuries at linebacker for the Steelers, Moats is in line for a week-four start against Tampa Bay.
Corey Graham, Bills CB
Despite losing to the Chargers, Buffalo got another strong performance from Graham. He finished with five tackles and one pass defended – increasing his league-leading total to seven.
Jermon Bushrod, Bears OL
Bushrod anchored the Bears’ offensive line in their Monday Night Football win over the Jets. His pass protection helped quarterback Jay Cutler throw for 225 yards and a pair of scores, while the team totaled 60 rushing yards.
Terrance West, Browns RB
West got another start on Sunday in the Browns’ loss to Baltimore. While his 36 rushing yards were a season low, West managed to find the endzone for his second score in as many weeks. He also had two receptions for five yards.
Darrel Young, Redskins FB
Young has produced a total of just two rushing attempts and four receptions this season, but three of those touches have resulted in touchdowns. Young posted his second receiving touchdown of the season in Washington’s loss to the Eagles on Sunday.
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Jonathan Grimes, Texans RB
Grimes saw limited action in Houston’s 30-17 loss to the Giants on Sunday. He made the most of his opportunities, however, catching one pass for 31 yards and adding one rush for five yards.
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