- CB Rasul Douglas - Philadelphia Eagles: Two weeks ago against the Chiefs, Douglas appeared in his first NFL regular season game. Last week against the Giants, not only did Douglas record his first start in the NFL but he also hauled in his first career interception. He also finished 4 tackles (3 solo) and 1 pass defensed while playing all 69 defensive snaps in an Eagles 27-24 victory.
That is a Giant interception by Rasul Douglas. pic.twitter.com/E2dJPC4ZrF— Dan Levy (@DanLevyThinks) September 24, 2017
- CB Daryl Worley - Carolina Panthers: Worley made his third consecutive start and finished with 7 tackles (4 solo) and 1 tackle for loss in a losing effort. Just like Rasul Douglas, Worley played every defensive snap (58) while chipping in on 4 special teams snaps.
- WR Tavon Austin - Los Angeles Rams: Austin saw just 15 snaps on offense and finished with 3 carries for 14 yards. He also had 3 special teams snaps but on one of them, he muffed a punt and it was recovered by the 49ers. He left the game in the fourth quarter due a concussion and is currently in the league’s concussion protocol.
- QB Geno Smith - New York Giants: For third straight week, Smith was active for the game but did not get on the field.
- RB Wendell Smallwood - Philadelphia Eagles: Smallwood came alive in Week 3 as he finished with a game-high 71 rushing yards on 12 carries and added 1 reception for 9 yards on 2 targets. His 43 snaps led all Eagles running backs and with Darren Sproles out for the season due to injuries, he will see an increase in snaps. (For all of you fantasy football owners out there, he’s a pretty solid waiver-wire addition for Week 4.)
This blitz pickup by Wendell Smallwood is the type of play that leads to more snaps, injured Darren Sproles or not. #Eagles pic.twitter.com/xajO7RFkZI— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoPHL) September 25, 2017
- Karl Joseph - Oakland Raiders: KJ played every single defense snap (68) and was also in on 3 special teams snaps. He finished second on the team in total tackles (9) and first on the team in solo tackles (8).
- LB Bruce Irvin - Oakland Raiders: Irvin played 54 out of 68 defensive snaps and 6 special team snaps. He was credited with 6 total tackles (3 solo) and .5 tackles for loss.
- G Quinton Spain - Tennessee Titans: For the third-straight game, Spain got the start at right guard and helped the Titans rushing offense finish with 195 yards and 1 touchdown in a 33-27 victory over the Seahawks.
- OL Adam Pankey - Green Bay Packers: Pankey was active for the second-straight game but did not play.
- CB Adam “Pacman” Jones - Cincinnati Bengals: Jones played 57 out of a possible 70 snaps and finished with 3 total tackles during a 27-24 overtime loss to the Packers.
- S Keith Tandy - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tandy started his second game in a row and was in on 28 defensive snaps and 14 special team snaps. He finished with 1 total tackle.
- RB Charles Sims - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sims saw 26 offensive snaps in Week 3 and finished with 4 rushing yards on 2 carries and 1 reception for 9 yards on 1 target.
- DL Will Clarke - Tampa Bay Buccaneers: After not being active in Week 2, Clark was active in Week 3 against the Vikings and played 9 defensive snaps and 3 special team snaps. He finished with 1 total tackle.
- LB Terence Garvin - Seattle Seahawks: After missing last week with a shoulder injury, Garvin was active for Week 3 and finished with 15 special team snaps. He did not record any statistics.
- LB Najee Goode - Philadelphia Eagles: For the second straight week Goode saw some time on both defense and special teams (28 total snaps) but did not record any statistics.
Players on the Practice Squad
- WR/RET Mario Alford - Chicago Bears
- DL Noble Nwachukwu - San Francisco 49ers
- LB Nick Kwiatkoski - Chicago Bears
- LB J.T. Thomas - New York Giants
- WR Shelton Gibson - Philadelphia Eagles
- G Mark Glowinski - Seattle Seahawks
- WR Kevin White - Chicago Bears
- S Jarrod Harper - Jacksonville Jaguars
- OL Don Barclay - Green Bay Packers