Georgia Sports Communications

Oct. 1, 2023


ATHENS – Former University of Georgia football players Quay Walker and Roquan Smith recorded double-digit tackles in each of their respective games as they both were inside the top six tacklers in the league with 47 and 43 respectively. Matthew Stafford’s weekend performance also stood out among former Bulldogs with an impressive 319 yards passing and a game-winning touchdown pass in overtime for the Rams.


Bills 48, Dolphins 20

James Cook, RB – Started at running back for the Bills, carrying the ball 12 times for 29 yards and a touchdown, along with one catch for 48 yards in the win. The touchdown was Cook’s first of the season for Buffalo. Cook currently ranks ninth in the league in scrimmage yards with 411 on the year for an average of 102.8 yards per game.

Leonard Floyd, DE – Started at defensive end for the Bills, posting two tackles and two quarterback hits.

Isaiah Wynn, OT/OG – Started at left guard for Miami as they gained 393 total yards on offense.

Channing Tindall, ILB – Played zero snaps for the Dolphins in the loss.


Lions 34, Packers 20

Quay Walker, ILB – Started at linebacker for the Packers playing every defensive snap while recording 19 total tackles and one tackle for loss. His 19 tackles on Thursday night were a career high, ranking him fourth in the NFL in tackles with 47.

Devonte Wyatt, DT – Played 59 percent of snaps for Green Bay on Thursday night, totaling four total tackles, one sack, and two tackles for loss.


Jaguars 23, Falcons 7

Tyson Campbell, CB – Started at cornerback for Jacksonville, playing all 58 defensive snaps while recording six total tackles and two passes defensed.

Travon Walker, DE – Started at defensive end for the Jaguars, recording two tackles, a sack, and two quarterback hits.

Lorenzo Carter, OLB – Played 17 total snaps for Atlanta, recording no statistics.

John Fitzpatrick, TE – Played one snap for the Falcons, and recorded no statistics.


Ravens 28, Browns 3

Roquan Smith, ILB – Started at linebacker for the Ravens, recording 10 total tackles, one tackle for loss, and two passes defensed. Smith has now posted double digit tackles in three out of four games this season and is just 13 tackles away from 750 in his career.

Ben Cleveland, OG – Served in a reserve offensive line role for Baltimore, playing zero snaps.


Titans 27, Bengals 3

Monty Rice, ILB – Served in a reserve linebacker role for the Titans, playing zero total snaps.

Trey Hill, OC – Inactive for the Bengals due to coach’s decision.


Rams 29, Colts 23

Matthew Stafford, QB – Started at quarterback for the Rams, throwing for 319 yards and one touchdown while completing 67.5 percent of his passes.

Derion Kendrick, CB – Started at cornerback for Los Angeles, posting three total tackles and one tackle for loss in the win.

Warren McClendon Jr., OT – Dressed for his first NFL game and served as a reserve offensive lineman, playing zero snaps in the win with the Rams.

Isaiah McKenzie, WR – Played seven total snaps for the Colts, recording one catch for six yards in the loss.


Buccaneers 26, Saints 9

Jake Camarda, P – Punted four times for the Buccaneers, with an average punt distance of 47.5 yards, along with two punts downed inside the 20 yard-line.



Eagles 34, Commanders 31

Jordan Davis, DT – Played 37 percent of defensive snaps for the Eagles, recording two total tackles.

Jalen Carter, DT – Played 46 percent of defensive snaps for Philadelphia, recording three total tackles.

D’Andre Swift, RB – Started at running back for the Eagles while carrying the ball 14 times for 56 yards and a touchdown to go along with four catches for 23 yards in the win. Swift is currently second in NFL in rushing yards with 364, trailing only Christian McCaffrey. Along with being second in the league in rushing yards, Swift ranks 10th in the NFL in scrimmage yards with 401 for an average of 100.2 yards per game.

Nolan Smith, OLB – Played 9 total snaps for Philadelphia on Sunday, recording no statistics in the win.

Kelee Ringo, CB – Dressed but did not play in the win for the Eagles.


Vikings 21, Panthers 13

Lewis Cine, S – Was inactive for the Vikings on Sunday due to a hamstring injury.

Justin Houston, OLB – Played 38 percent of defensive snaps for the Panthers, recording one tackle.


Texans 30, Steelers 6

George Pickens, WR – Started at wide receiver for Pittsburg, reeling in three passes for 25 yards in the loss.

Darnell Washington, TE – Played 42 percent of the Steelers offensive snaps, catching one pass for 10 yards in the loss.

Broderick Jones, OT – Served in a reserve offensive line role for Pittsburg, playing 51 total snaps after starting tackle Dan Moore Jr. went down with an injury.


Chargers 24, Raiders 17

Jamaree Slayer, OT/OG – Started at right guard for Los Angeles, playing 100 percent of offensive snaps as the Chargers gained 305 total yards.

Tre’ McKitty, TE – Played a season high 26 offensive snaps with the Chargers on Sunday but recorded no statistics.

John Jenkins, DT – Started at defensive tackle for the Raiders, posting six tackles and one pass defense.

Zamir White, RB – Served as the backup running back for Las Vegas, rushing the ball three times for 15 yards in the loss.

Christopher Smith II, S – Dressed for the Raiders for the first time this season, playing 18 snaps on special teams while recording no statistics in the loss.


Cowboys 38, Patriots 3

David Andrews, OC – Started at center for the Patriots as they gained 253 yards in the loss.


49ers 35, Cardinals 16

Jonathan Ledbetter, DT – Was inactive for the Cardinals on Sunday due to a finger injury.

Charlie Woerner, TE – Played seven total snaps for the 49ers, recording no statistics in the win.


Chiefs 23, Jets 20

Malik Herring, DE – Played 12 snaps for the Chiefs defense, recording no statistics.

Mecole Hardman Jr., WR – Played six snaps for the Jets but recorded no statistics in the loss.


Seahawks 24, Giants 3

Andrew Thomas, OT – Was inactive for New York in Monday Night’s loss due to a hamstring injury.

Azeez Ojulari, OLB – Played 73 percent of snaps for the Giants, recording one total tackle.

Lawrence Cager, TE – Played five total snaps for New York on Monday, recording no statistics.


Practice Squads

Falcons: Justin Shaffer, OL

Buccaneers: Richard Lecounte III, S

Commanders: Jake Fromm, QB

49ers: Chris Conley, WR


Reserve Lists (IR, PUP, NFI)

Eagles: Nakobe Dean, ILB

Seahawks: Kenny McIntosh, RB

49ers: Robert Beal Jr., DE

Packers: Eric Stokes, CB

Ravens: Nick Moore, LS

Rams: Stetson Bennett, QB

Titans: Kearis Jackson, WR/PR

Browns: Nick Chubb, RB