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Frogs in the League: Week 2

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Marcus Cannon, OL, Patriots: (Cardinals-20 Patriots-18)- Cannon and Sebastian Vollmer split time once again. Here is a breakdown of their snaps.

Tank Carder, LB, Browns: (Browns-27 Bengals-34)- Tank was inactive for the Browns in week two.

Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals: (Browns-27 Bengals-34)- Dalton bounces back from a mediocre game in week one to lead the Bengals over the Browns. Dalton finished 24-31 for 318 yards and tied a career best with 3 touchdowns.

Clint Gresham, Long Snapper, Seahawks: (Cowboys-7 Seahawks-27)- No update which is a good thing.

David Hawthorne, LB, Saints: (Saints-27 Panthers-35)- Hawthorne had 2 tackles in the Saints loss.

Jerry Hughes, LB, Colts: (Vikings-20 Colts-23)- Hughes had two tackles, one of them being a sack on Christian Ponder.

Colin Jones, S, Panthers: (Saints-27 Panthers-35)- Colin Jones recorded one tackle for the Panthers in their upset of the Saints.

Jeremy Kerley, WR, Jets: (Jets-10 Steelers-27)- Kerley led the Jets in receiving yards with 67 coming on 2 catches. Kerley also returned 3 punts for 6 yards and lost a fumble as well.

Greg McCoy, CB, Cardinals: (Cardinals-20 Patriots-18)- McCoy was added to the Cardinals practice squad this week.

Marshall Newhouse, OL, Packers: (Bears-10 Packers-23)- Here is breakdown of Newhouse’s game vs. the Bears.

Jason Phillips, LB, Panthers: (Saints-27 Panthers-35)- No update

Daryl Washington, LB, Cardinals: (Cardinals-20 Patriots-18)- D.W. lead the Cardinals once again with 13, 11 of them being solo tackles. Washington is currently 2nd in the NFL in tackles only trailing the Cowboys Sean Lee by 3, but Washington does have more solo tackles than Lee.