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Cats in the NFL Week Four Recap

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Danny Trevathan led the Bears with 13 tackles in the team’s Thursday night loss to the Green Bay Packers. Trevathan became the focus of the league because of a helmet-to-helmet hit on Packers receiver Davante Adams. The former Super Bowl champion was suspended by the league for 2 games, he has appealed the suspension. News will come out later this week whether the suspension will stand or not.

After missing last week’s game against the Bengals due to a chest injury Randall Cobb had a nice performance against the Bears on Thursday night. Cobb had 4 receptions for 44 yards and a touchdown in the Packers 35-14 win.

The Steelers had a nice bounce back 26-9 win against their rival the Baltimore Ravens. Bud Dupree is starting to put it together as the 3rd year pro led the team with 1.5 tackles for loss along with 4 total tackles.

In his second game back from injury Za’Darius Smith had just two tackles in the Ravens loss to the Steelers. Smith did a nice job getting to the quarterback as he led the team with 3 quarterback hits.

Drew Franklin’s Tennessee Titans had a rough day against the Houston Texans as Deshuan Watson scored 5 total touchdowns on the way to a 57-14 victory. Avery Williamson had five tackles on a day that the Titans will want to put in their rear view mirror quickly.

Wesley Woodyard led the Titans with 9 tackles in the loss to the Texans. Woodyard is 8th in the NFL with 36 total tackles this season.

Corey Peters continues to play well for the Arizona Cardinals, the big man had 3 tackles in the teams 18-15 win over the San Francisco 49ers.



Article written by Eli Mitchell

University of Kentucky Class of 2020

1 Comment for Cats in the NFL Week Four Recap

  1. Stephen
    10:05 am October 4, 2017 Permalink

    ” weather the suspension will stand or not.”