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VFLs in NFL: Patterson Leads The Way In Week 13

Los Angeles Chargers Earn Big Road Win Over Cincinnati Bengals

The NFL season is in full swing as week four is nearly in the books. Let’s see how active Vols performed at the highest level of football in week four.

VFLs In The NFL — Week 13

Dallas @ New Orleans

Marquez Callaway — NO WR

– One catch for 13 yards in 27-17 loss

– 69% of offensive snaps, 3% of special teams snaps

Shy Tuttle — NO DT

– One tackle

– 40% of defensive snaps, 16% of special teams snaps

Tampa Bay @ Atlanta

Cordarrelle Patterson — ATL RB

– 13 carries for 78 yards in 30-17 loss

– Three catches for 18 yards

– 48% of offensive snaps

Los Angeles Chargers @ Cincinnati 

Josh Palmer — LAC WR

– 34% of offensive snaps, 17% of special teams snaps in 41-22 win

Minnesota @ Detroit

Jalen Reeves Maybin — DET LB

– Five tackles in 29-27 win

– 50% of defensive snaps, 33% of special teams snaps

New York Giants @ Miami

Justin Coleman — MIA DB

– Two tackles in 20-9 win

– 34% of defensive snaps, 33% of special teams snaps

Michael Palardy — MIA P

– Six punts for 290 yards

Philadelphia @ New York Jets

Derek Barnett — PHI DE

– One tackle in 33-18 win

– 68% of defensive snaps, 8% of special teams snaps

Baltimore @ Pittsburgh

Cam Sutton — PIT DB

– Four tackles in 20-19 win

– 100% of defensive snaps, 16% of special teams snaps

San Fransisco @ Seattle

Darrell Taylor — SEA OLB

– Four tackles in 30-23 win

– 52% of defensive snaps, 17% of special teams snaps

Emmanuel Moseley — SF DB

– One fumble recovery

– 13% of defensive snaps

Jauan Jennings — SF WR

– One catch for eight yards

– 50% of offensive snaps, 3% of special teams snaps

Denver @ Kansas City

Trey Smith — KC OG

– 100% of offensive snaps, 23% of special teams snaps

New England @ Buffalo

Jakob Johnson — NE FB

– 20% of offensive snaps, 46% of special teams snaps

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  1. Along with how many punts and how many yards why not tell us how many punts were inside the 20 and inside the 10 yard line. Also for offensive lineman why not tell us if they allowed sacks or hurries or tackles behind the line of scrimmage. These upgrades would be appreciated. Thank you.

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