— Randall Cobb wasn’t the usual Randall Cobb yesterday, catching two passes for 38 yards, with a long of 26. The Pack still won 27-20 over the San Diego Chargers to remain undefeated. Hopefully the Bye Week will give Cobb the needed rest to get back to 100%. Stevie Johnson was also banged up, sitting this week out due to a hamstring injury.
— Chris Matthews caught the only ball thrown his way, getting 12 yards in a losing effort to the Carolina Panthers.
— Jacob Tamme had a solid game against the Saints on Thursday night, reeling in 3 catches for 32 yards, including a 20-yarder. Unfortunately, the Falcons took an L to the Saints, their first of the season.
— I heard Winston Guy’s name for the first time this season, and for the wrong reason. Primarily a Special Teams player for the Colts, he was flagged for a blatant block in the back after a decent punt return.
— Avery Williamson was also banged up with a hamstring injury and did not play against the Dolphins. His absence gave Wesley Woodyard the opportunity to shine, finishing with a season high 10 tackles and a sack.
— Bud Dupree only had one tackle in a Steelers win over the Cardinals. His former friend at defensive end, Za’Darius Smith, had two tackles for the Ravens in a losing effort to the 49ers.
— Danny Trevathan was an absolute beast, getting 10 tackles and stuffing the line of scrimmage to help the Broncos secure a win over the Browns. Peyton Manning’s decline is getting plenty of pub, but credit should be given to Trevathan’s defense for keeping the Broncos undefeated.