Three Frogs found each other Sunday in Ohio, and the Red Rifle came up on top. Because the Browns are terrible.
Jonathan Anderson, LB (Chicago Bears):
2016 Season Stats: 4 tackles
Trevone Boykin, QB (Seattle Seahawks):
No stats for Tre this weekend, but he was the Seattle captain for the overtime coin toss.
2016 Season Stats: 7-9 (77.7%), 65 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 2 rush, -2 yards
Marcus Cannon, OL (New England Patriots):
Tank Carder, LB (Cleveland Browns):
Andy Dalton, QB (Cincinnati Bengals):
The Browns are so bad, but Andy looked good. And he got to catch up with Rose Bowl teammate Tank Carder and fellow Frog Derrick Kindred after the game!
Week 7 Stats: 19-28 (67.8%), 308 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT
2016 Season Stats: 166-246 (67.5%), 2,065 yards, 8 TD, 2 INT; 25 rush, 93 yards, 1 TD
Josh Doctson, WR (Washington Redskins):
Sadly, Doc went on IR this week as he continues to battle an achilles issue, but Gruden is hopeful he could be back for the last couple of games of the season.
2016 Season Stats: 2 reception, 66 yards
Jerry Hughes, DE (Buffalo Bills):
The Bills defense has settled into a bit of a groove as of late, but got absolutely torched by Jay Ajayi Sunday afternoon in a loss to Miami.
Week 7 Stats: 2 tackles, 1 PD
2016 Season Stats: 26 tackles, 4 sacks, 2 PBU, 1 FF
Joey Hunt, C (Seattle Seahawks):
Colin Jones, S (Carolina Panthers):
2016 Season Stats: 2 tackles
Jeremy Kerley, WR (San Francisco 49ers):
The 49ers have completely imploded, and Kerley has seen his role diminish with the QB change. He also was replaced as a punt returner this week. Here’s hoping Kerley gets his mojo back soon.
Week 7 Stats: 2 receptions, 15 yards
2016 Season Stats: 30 receptions, 331 yards, 2 touchdowns; 8 punt returns, 69 yards
Derrick Kindred, S (Cleveland Browns):
DK has had a rough couple of weeks, but is getting the time to work out the kinks on a really bad team. Regardless, he has proven he belongs on the field in the pro game.
Week 7 Stats: 4 tackles
2016 Season Stats: 28 tackles, 2 PBU
Marshall Newhouse, OT (New York Giants):
Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT (Philadelphia Eagles):
What a comeback for Big V, who rewarded his coach’s decision to stick with him after a rough outing against the Redskins by playing excellent football against the best defensive line in the game. The Eagles are the first team to beat Minnesota this year, and the offensive line play - including Vaitai - was a big reason.
Jason Verrett, CB (San Diego Chargers):
2016 Season Stats: 13 tackles, 2 PD, 1 INT
Frogs On Practice Squads
Aaron Green, RB, St. Louis Rams
P.J. Dawson, LB, Cincinnati Bengals
Stansly Maponga, DE, New York Giants