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Former UGA Football Bulldogs Shine in the NFL, Week 10

November 14, 2023
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ATHENS - Former Georgia Bulldogs played a large role across the National Football League during week 10 of the 2023 regular season. Roquan Smith had a career game during Baltimore’s loss, racking up 21 total tackles. Former Bulldogs hold the top two spots for total tackles in a single game this season – Smith with 21 on Sunday and Quay Walker with 19 for Green Bay during the team’s week four loss. 

With Smith leading the way in Baltimore, the Ravens now have +1000 odds to win the Super Bowl this season according to FanDuel.

 

Colts 10, Patriots 6

Isaiah McKenzie, WR – Played 46 percent of snaps Indianapolis, reeling in four passes on all four of his targets for 31 yards. Served as the primary returner for both punts and kickoffs for the Colts, returning one punt for 11 yards, and one kickoff for 42 yards in the win.

David Andrews, OC – Started at center for the Patriots as they gained 340 yards on offense.

 

Browns 33, Ravens 31

Ben Cleveland, OG – Played two snaps on offense and six snaps on special teams for the Ravens in the loss.

Roquan Smith, ILB – Started at middle linebacker for the Baltimore defense, recording 21 total tackles. Smith now stands third in the NFL with 107 tackles, while also surpassing 800 in his seven-year NFL career thus far. His 21 tackles on Sunday were also a career record for tackles in a single game.

 

Texans 30, Bengals 27

Trey Hill, OC – Was inactive for the Bengals due to a coach’s decision.

 



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49ers 34, Jaguars 3

Charlie Woerner, TE – Played 24 total snaps for San Francisco on Sunday, recording no statistics.

Travon Walker, DE – Played 69 percent of snaps for the Jaguars defense, recording one pass defended and two quarterback hits.

Tyson Campbell, CB – Started at cornerback for Jacksonville, recording three total tackles.

 

Vikings 27, Saints 19

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

 

Steelers 23, Packers 19

Broderick Jones, OT – Started his second consecutive game at tackle for the Steelers, playing 100 percent of their offensive snaps, as they gained 324 total yards.

Darnell Washington, TE – Played 51 percent of snaps for the Pittsburgh offense, catching one pass for six yards in the win.

George Pickens, WR – Started at wide receiver for the Steelers, hauling in three of his four targets for 45 yards.

Quay Walker, ILB – Was inactive for Green Bay due to a groin injury.

Devonte Wyatt, DT – Recorded two tackles for the Packers defense in the loss.

 

Buccaneers 20, Titans 6

Jake Camarda, P – Punted five times for Tampa Bay, for an average of 34.2 yards, with a long of 47 yards and one punt downed inside the 20-yard-line.

Monty Rice, ILB – Played 29 percent of snaps for the Titans defense, recording four tackles in the loss.

 

Cardinals 25, Falcons 23

John Fitzpatrick, TE – Played nine snaps for the Falcons offense and 10 special teams plays while recording no statistics.

Lorenzo Carter, OLB – Saw action in 27 snaps on defense for Atlanta and 10 snaps on special teams, recording one total tackle.

Jonathan Ledbetter, DE – Started at defensive end for the Cardinals, recording four total tackles in the win.

 

Lions 41, Chargers 38

Jamaree Salyer, OT/OG – Started at right guard for Los Angeles as it gained 421 total yards of offense and a season-high 38 points.

 

Cowboys 49, Giants 17

Andrew Thomas, OT – Started at left tackle for the Giants and injured his knee midway through the first quarter. He was listed as questionable to return but reentered the game in the second quarter, totaling one tackle and appearing in 32 offensive snaps.

Lawrence Cager, TE – Appeared as a reserve tight end for New York, catching a 10-yard touchdown pass. Cager played in 25 total snaps – 13 on offense and 12 on special teams.

 

Seahawks 29, Commanders 26

Kenny McIntosh, RB – Was removed from the Seahawks’ injured reserve list but was not active in the team’s win.

 

Raiders 16, Jets 12

John Jenkins, NT – Started at defensive tackle for Las Vegas, posting four tackles and a pass deflection in just over half of the team’s plays on defense.

Zamir White, RB – Saw action as a reserve running back for the Raiders, earning five yards on one rush attempt and playing in 10 special teams snaps.

Christopher Smith II, S – Appeared as a reserve safety for Las Vegas, playing in 16 special teams plays and recording no statistics. 

 

Broncos 24, Bills 22

James Cook, RB – Started at running back for the Bills and had a game-best 109 rushing yards on 12 attempts including a long of 42 yards. Also had two catches for 11 yards. 

Leonard Floyd, OLB – Started at defensive end for Buffalo and recorded three tackles, including one for loss while playing in 59 percent of the team’s defensive snaps. 

 

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)

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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Series Flashback: Bulldogs Wins Historic Meeting On Dooley Field

The 2022 contest in Athens marked the first 1-2 (Associated Press ranking) matchup in Dooley Field at Sanford Stadium history and was just the third ever top five matchup. The Bulldogs, No. 1 in the polls but No. 3 in the initial CFP rankings, faced off against Tennessee who was No. 1 in the CFP. Along with CBS broadcasting the game, ESPN College GameDay and SEC Nation were all in Athens. Georgia emerged with a 27-13 victory. UT entered the contest ranked No. 1 in the county in points per game (49.4). Georgia’s defense limited them to 289 yards on 75 plays.

The Bulldogs lead the all-time series with UT 27-23-2 including winning the past six meetings. This is the longest streak of Bulldog success in the series. The Bulldogs are 6-1 against the Vols under Kirby Smart, the lone defeat coming in 2016 on a Hail-Mary by Josh Dobbs in Athens. He completed a 43-yarder to Jauan Jennings as time expired to lift No. 11 Tennessee past No. 25 Georgia 34-31.

Balance Signals Success

The Bulldogs are one of only three teams in the country who are ranked in the top 10 in both Scoring Offense and Scoring Defense. The Bulldogs rank sixth in Scoring Defense at 15.6 ppg and sixth in Scoring Offense at 40.6 ppg. The other two teams are Michigan (10-0) and SMU (8-2).

One of the keys to Georgia’s success is its third down defense. The Bulldogs are ranked seventh nationally with opponents converting just 28 percent of the time. In SEC action, Georgia opponents are a combined 26-for-84 on third downs (28 percent). The Bulldogs lead the country in converting third downs (56 percent). Georgia has converted 47 of 86 third downs (55 percent) against league opponents.



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