NFL Thefts – Week 4 Update

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October 04, 2022

Week 4 of the NFL for former Tennessee NFL Volunteers featured very strong play on the defensive side of the ball and a dominant prime-time outing on the offensive line.

Cameron Sutton continued his strong start to the Pittsburgh Steelers secondary season, recording his second interception in just four weeks after knocking out New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson with 20 seconds left.s left in the first half on the four-yard line. His play stopped New York’s offense and a 26-yard return helped set up a buzzer-beating field goal to end the first half for Pittsburgh.

In Tampa Bay, Trey Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs put on a masterful offensive performance, gaining 417 total offensive yards and beating the Buccaneers, 41-31. Smith played 79 snaps on the offensive line, earning the start at right guard and ranked as the Chiefs’ best pass blocker on the front line according to Pro Football Focus. The sophomore also finished as the top-ranked offensive lineman for the Chiefs in the ball game.

The freshman Houston Texan came up big on the stat sheet in their game against the Los Angeles Chargers, jumping on a loose ball in the fourth quarter deep in Los Angeles territory.

To end the week, Cordarrelle Patterson and the Atlanta Falcons picked up a 23-20 victory over Cleveland. Although he sat out of the game due to injury, Patterson recorded his third rushing touchdown of the season and gained 38 yards on nine carries for Atlanta.

A full Week 4 NFL stealing recap can be found below.

Micah Abernathy – S – Packers
Training team

Derek Barnett – DE – Eagles
Wounded reserve

Matthew Butler – DT – Raiders
Had a tackle in the win over Denver

Marquez Callaway – WR – Saints
Had three receptions for 53 yards against Minnesota in the Saints game in England

Justin Coleman – DB – Seahawks
Did not play

Morgan Cox – LS – Titans
Recorded eight snaps in the win over Indianapolis, four punts, three extra points and a field goal, in his 170e NFL game played

Joshua Dobbs – QB – Browns
Did not play

Theo Jackson – Comics – Titans
Raised from Titans practice squad to active roster, but did not play in the game

Ja’Wuan James – OL – Ravens
Wounded reserve

Jauan Jennings – WR – 49ers
Carried in two passes for 22 yards in the 24-9 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football

Jakob Johnson – FB – Raiders
Recorded 26 offensive snaps in the win over Denver, blocking for 21 of those games

Velus Jones Jr. – WR – Bear
Made his NFL debut against the New York Giants

Alvin Kamara – RB – Saints
Did not play

John Kelly-RB-Browns
Training team

Jonathan Kongbo – DE – Broncos
Training team

Cade Mays – OL – Panthers
Did not play

Khalil McKenzie – OL – Ravens
Training team

Emmanuel Moseley – CB – 49ers
Had six tackles and missed an assist in his fourth start of the season; had 14 tackles in his last two ball games

Joshua Palmer – WR – Chargers
Had just one reception, but went for 25 yards in the win over the Houston Texans

Cordarrelle Patterson – WR – Falcons
Had nine carries for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons’ win over Cleveland; was injured during the competition

Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB – Texans
Recorded his first two tackles of the season and recovered a fumble against the Chargers

Trey Smith – OL – Chiefs
Started and played 79 snaps at right guard in Sunday night’s win over Tampa Bay. Ranked as the Chiefs’ best pass blocker in the win and best offensive lineman by Pro Football Focus

Cameron Sutton – DC – Steelers
Recorded his second interception of the season, pulling Zach Wilson off the New York Jets and returning him for 26 yards, also added a solo tackle

Alontae Taylor – CB – Saints
Wounded reserve

Darrell Taylor – DE – Seahawks
Had a solo tackle in Seattle’s win over Detroit

Shy Tuttle – DL – Saints
Completed three tackles across the dugout in a matchup with Minnesota played in London

Kendal Vickers – DE – Raiders
Had a solo tackle for the Las Vegas defense against the Broncos

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