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Former UGA Bulldogs Impress During the NFL Week Nine

November 8, 2023

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ATHENS - Former UGA Football players continue to impress in the National Football League during week nine. Roquan Smith currently ranks fourth in the league in tackles with 87 after totaling five in Baltimore’s win against the Steelers, while D’Andre Swift earned 43 rushing yards in the Eagles’ win to bring his season total to 614, putting him at third in the league in the statistic.

With Smith leading the way, the Ravens have +440 odds to win the AFC North this season according to FanDuel.

Steelers 20, Titans 16

Broderick Jones, OT – Started for the second time this season, playing in 65 total snaps for the Steelers at right tackle. On 30 pass blocking snaps, Jones allowed zero sacks and just one quarterback pressure.

George Pickens, WR – Played 58 total snaps for the Pittsburgh offense, reeling in two passes.

Darnell Washington, TE – Played 32 snaps for the Steelers, catching one pass for seven yards in the win.

Monty Rice, ILB – Played exclusively on special teams for the Titans, racking up three total tackles.


Bengals 24, Bills 18

Trey Hill, C – Was inactive for Cincinnati due to a coach’s decision.

James Cook, RB – Played 55 percent of Buffalo’s offensive snaps while carrying the ball six times for 20 yards along with catching four passes for 19 yards.

Leonard Floyd, DE – Played 50 percent of snaps for the Bills defense, recording one tackle and half a sack in the loss.


Chiefs 21, Dolphins 14

Malik Herring, DE – Inactive for Kansas City due to a coach’s decision.

Mecole Hardman Jr., WR – Played 22 percent of offensive snaps for the Chiefs, catching three passes for 10 yards. Also saw special teams action as a punt returner for Kansas City, returning three punts for 14 yards.

Channing Tindall, ILB – Served in a reserve linebacker role for the Dolphins, recording no statistics.


Vikings 31, Falcons 28

Lewis Cine, S – Inactive for Minnesota due to a coach’s decision.

Lorenzo Carter, OLB – Played 53 percent of snaps for the Falcons, recording three tackles, one fumble recovery and one tackle for loss.

John Fitzpatrick, TE – Served in a reserve tight end role for Atlanta, posting no statistics.


Browns 27, Cardinals 0

Jonathan Ledbetter, DT – Started at defensive tackle for Arizona, racking up five tackles and one tackle for loss.


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Packers 20, Rams 3

Matthew Stafford, QB – Inactive for Los Angeles due to a thumb injury.

Warren McClendon Jr., OT – Served in a reserve offensive line role for the Rams, playing zero snaps.

Derion Kendrick, CB – Played three snaps on defense for Los Angeles, recording no statistics.

Quay Walker, ILB – Was inactive for the Packers on Sunday due to a groin injury.

Devonte Wyatt, DT – Played 59 percent of snaps on defense for Green Bay, posting two tackles in the win.


Commanders 20, Patriots 17

David Andrews, C – Started at center for New England as they gained 327 yards of offense.


Ravens 37, Seahawks 3

Roquan Smith, ILB – Started at linebacker for Baltimore posting five total tackles in the win. He currently ranks fourth in the NFL in tackles with 87.

Ben Cleveland, OG – Served in a reserve offensive line role for the Ravens in the win, playing 12 snaps on offense and seven snaps on special teams.


Texans 39, Buccaneers 37

Jake Camarda, P – Punted four times for Tampa Bay in the loss. Averaged 50.5 yards per punt with a long of 53 yards, with two punts downed inside the 20-yard-line.


Colts 27, Panthers 13

Isaiah McKenzie, WR – Played 44 percent of snaps for the Colts offense, reeling in two passes for 12 yards. Also saw action on special teams for Indianapolis as a punt returner, returning three punts for 11 yards.


Raiders 30, Giants 6

Andrew Thomas, OT – Made his return from injury for New York this week playing all offensive snaps as the Giants offense gained 277 total yards.

Lawrence Cager, TE – Played 26 snaps on offense for the Giants and 13 snaps on special teams, recording no statistics.

John Jenkins, DT – Played 37 percent of snaps for Las Vegas, posting two tackles with one for loss.

Zamir White, RB – Served in a reserve running back role for the Raiders, carrying the ball four times for negative two yards. Also recorded a tackle on special teams in the win on Sunday.

Chris Smith II, S – Served in a reserve defensive back role for Las Vegas while playing 13 snaps on special teams, recording no statistics.


Eagles 28, Cowboys 23

D’Andre Swift, RB – Started at running back for Philadelphia, carrying the ball 18 times for 43 yards, along with two catches for 31 yards in the win. Currently ranks third in the NFL in rushing yards with 614 yards. With 74 yards from scrimmage in the win, Swift now has 50+ yards from scrimmage in his last eight games.

Nakobe Dean, ILB – Played 28 percent of snaps for the Eagles, recording three tackles and half a sack in the win.

Nolan Smith, OLB - Played nine snaps on defense for Philadelphia, recording one tackle.

Kelee Ringo, CB – Saw action on special teams for the Eagles, recording one tackle.

Jordan Davis, DT – Played 18 snaps on defense for the Eagles, recording two tackles in the win.

Jalen Carter, DT – Received the second most snaps of all defensive linemen for Philadelphia with 51, while recording two tackles and half a sack.


Chargers 27, Jets 6 

Jamaree Salyer, OT/OG – Started at right tackle for the Chargers, playing 100 percent of their offensive snaps in the win.


Practice Squads

Falcons: Justin Shaffer, OL

Buccaneers: Richard Lecounte III, S

Commanders: Jake Fromm, QB

Chargers: Mark Webb, DB

49ers: Chris Conley, WR


Reserve Lists (IR, PUP, NFI)

Seahawks: Kenny McIntosh, RB

49ers: Robert Beal Jr., DE

Ravens: Nick Moore, LS

Rams: Stetson Bennett, QB

Titans: Kearis Jackson, WR/PR

Browns: Nick Chubb, RB

Giants: Azeez Ojulari, OLB

Packers: Eric Stokes, CB

Dolphins: Isaiah Wynn, OT/OG

Panthers: Justin Houston, OLB

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