Minnesota starting defensive tackle Harrison Phillips had a career-high 10 tackles and a QB hurry in the Vikings’ improbable 39-36 overtime victory over visiting Indianapolis, in which the Vikings engineered the largest comeback (from a 33-0 deficit) in NFL history. For the Colts, starting inside linebacker Bobby Okereke had 12 tackles, broke up a pass, and had a team-high 82.8 tackling grade from Pro Football Focus.
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San Francisco running back Christian McCaffrey rushed for 108 yards on 26 carries and caught six passes for 30 yards in the 49ers’ 21-13 victory at Seattle on Thursday night. With the close of Pro Bowl voting, McCaffrey received the most fan votes of any NFL running back.
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For the Seahawks, tight end Colby Parkinson played 39 percent of the offensive snaps and 32 percent of the special teams snaps.
Washington defensive end Casey Toohill had two tackles, a QB hurry, and earned a 75.4 special teams grade by Pro Football Focus in the Commanders’ 20-12 loss to the visiting New York Giants. Toohill also recovered an apparent fumble, but the call was reversed through replay.
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Jacksonville’s Walker Little played a season-high 30 offensive snaps – 15 at left tackle and 15 at right – and allowed zero sacks and zero hits in the Jaguars’ 40-34 overtime victory over visiting Dallas.
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For the Cowboys, starting tight end Dalton Schultz had two catches for 15 yards.
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Houston starting quarterback Davis Mills passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Texans’ 30-24 overtime loss to visiting Kansas City. Mills completed 12-of-24 passes for 121 yards and rushed five times for 21 yards, including a 17-yard TD run. Houston defensive tackle Thomas Booker had two solo tackles. For the Chiefs, starting safety Justin Reid had six solo tackles, a tackle for loss, a pass breakup, and a 73.4 defense grade by Pro Football Focus.
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New Orleans starting cornerback Paulson Adebo had one solo tackle and allowed no receptions or targets for his receivers on 40 coverage snaps in the Saints’ 21-18 victory over visiting Atlanta. Andrus Peat started at left guard for the Saints and played all 55 offensive snaps. Atlanta starting center Drew Dalman allowed zero sacks and zero hits in 74 offensive snaps, which included 40 pass-blocking snaps.
Denver starting left tackle Cameron Fleming played all 69 offensive snaps and earned a 76.4 pass-blocking grade by Pro Football Focus in the Broncos’ 24-15 victory over visiting Arizona.
Carolina defensive end Henry Anderson had one tackle in 11 defensive snaps in his second game back from injured reserve, a 24-16 loss to visiting Pittsburgh. Anderson earned a team-high 79.1 defensive grade from Pro Football Focus.
New York Jets starting right guard Nate Herbig played all 63 offensive snaps in a 20-17 loss to visiting Detroit. Defensive tackle Solomon Thomas had a solo tackle and a QB hurry for the Jets.
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Tennessee tight end Austin Hooper had two receptions for 33 yards in the Titans’ 17-14 loss at the Los Angeles Chargers.
Cincinnati wide receiver Trenton Irwin had one catch for five yards in the Bengals’ 34-23 victory at Tampa Bay. Michael Thomas played three defensive snaps at safety and 17 (68 percent) of the Bengals’ special teams snaps.
Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle Foster Sarell did not play. San Francisco inside linebacker Curtis Robinson was inactive.
Atlanta tight end Tucker Fisk and Miami outside linebacker Brennan Scarlett were on practice squads. New England punter Jake Bailey and running back Ty Montgomery, Arizona tight end Zach Ertz, and Dallas wide receiver Simi Fehoko were on injured reserve.