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Steve Johnson (WR/ Buffalo): Johnson only had six receptions for 57 yards and no touchdowns, but the Bills did score a 23-0 win over the Redskins in their annual game in Toronto.
Randall Cobb (WR/Green Bay): Bye Week
Tim Masthay (P/Green Bay): Bye Week
Alfonso Smith (RB/Arizona): Smith only had a one-yard carry, as the Cardinals lost a close one in Baltimore, 30-27. But one can only hope that Smith can start to see more time soon.
Myron Pryor (DT/New England): DNP vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacob Tamme (TE/Indianapolis): DNP vs. Tennessee Titans
John Conner (FB/New York Jets): Bye Weeks
Wesley Woodyard (LB/Denver): Woodyard had eight tackles in this game, but the Broncos simply did not match up well with the Lions on either side of the ball, as they were embarrassed 45-10.Keep following www.wildcatbluenation.com for the best in Kentucky basketball and football news, rumors, and opinions. By Kentucky fans for Kentucky fans
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3. Fred Jackson, HB, Buffalo Bills
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262 - Yards passing from Ryan Fitzpatrick, on an extremely efficient 20 of 27 day. He had two touchdowns, and in parts of the game, picked apart the Redskins secondary seemingly at will.
208 - Yard passing for John Beck. When you remove the yards...