I’m really struggling to write something about Micah Parsons that hasn’t been written before.
To put it short, he’s a monster and the possibility of him winning the Defensive Player of the Year award grows by the game. He’s been a huge role in completely transforming the Dallas Cowboys defense into one of the better defenses in the league.
Parsons had three tackles in the Cowboys’ win over NFC East rival Washington on Sunday, with two sacks, including a strip-sack that led to a defensive touchdown for Dallas.
Chris Godwin, Wide Receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Godwin and the Buccaneers held off a furious Buffalo Bills comeback with a 33-27 overtime win.
The former Penn State star hauled in 10 receptions for 105 yards to continue his Pro Bowl-caliber season.
He also displayed one of the better wide receiver blocking clips you’re ever going to see.
Shaka Toney, Defensive End, Washington Football Team
Shaka Toney makes his debut in our rundown after a good display in Washington’s loss to Dallas.
Because of COVID-19 protocols, Washington was without a handful of defensive lineman, meaning Toney had to play a bigger role than usual. He didn’t disappoint in his first NFL start, logging the most snaps on the team and totaling four tackles.
Toney has developed into a solid piece for a talented Washington front.