Josh Allen & Lonnie Johnson have the week off as their teams are on byes and those of us that watched last night’s game at Kroger Field (sorry to bring it up; too soon?) got to see Allen recognized on the field during his week off. Unfortunately, the biggest news of the day from a ‘Cats perspective was the gruesome-looking injured sustained early in the Bears game by linebacker Danny Trevathan. Get well soon, Danny! Here is a look at how the former Wildcats did this Sunday.
Corey Peters (Arizona Cardinals)
Peters finished with 2 tackles, including 1 tackle for loss, and a QB hit in the Cardinals 30-27 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Wesley Woodyard (Tennessee Titans)
Woodyard was in on 6 tackles during the Titans upset victory over the Chiefs this afternoon. The veteran linebacker has continued to produce consistently during his 12th season in the National Football League. He earned the starting nod today after Jayon Brown was ruled out.
Larry Warford (New Orleans Saints)
It was a tough day for everyone that suited up for the Saints today. New Orleans was stunned by the Atlanta Falcons by a final score of 26-9. Warford was called for a false start and the Offensive Line allowed 6 sacks and only helped the rushing attack gain 52 yards. The Saints and Warford will look to bounce back next week in Tampa Bay.
Bud Dupree (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Dupree accounted for 4 tackles as the Steelers moved to 5-4 on the season after defeating the Rams 17-12. It was a quieter night in terms of Dupree getting into the backfield, but he was going against a great O-Line counterpart and the Steelers defense still dominated the Rams from the beginning. Dupree is 2nd on the team with 6 sacks this season.
Danny Trevathan (Chicago Bears)
The Bears got back in the win column this afternoon with a 20-13 victory over the Detroit Lions. Trevathan finished with 3 tackles and 1 QB Hit in just one-quarter of play. Unfortunately, Trevathan suffered a very bad looking elbow injury that sidelined him during the 1st Quarter. We are all hoping for a speedy recovery!
— Chris Emma (@CEmma670) November 11, 2019
Za’Darius Smith (Green Bay Packers)
It was a relatively quiet game for Smith, but the Packers secured another win over the Panthers by a score of 24-16. Smith only recorded 1 tackle but did manage 3 hits on the Quarterback.
Randall Cobb (Dallas Cowboys)
Cobb went off for 6 catches, 106 yards, and 1 touchdown but the Cowboys came up short to the Vikings 28-24. Cobb has now caught 6 balls in each of the last 2 weeks and the touchdown was his first since Week 1. Watch his great grab for a score below.
Holy Randall Cobb! What a catch. pic.twitter.com/GpOia48khM
— Nick Roush (@RoushKSR) November 11, 2019