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Frogs in the Pros: NFL Week Four

Jerry Hughes and the Bills knocked the Pats out of the ranks of the undefeated.

Buffalo Bills v New England Patriots Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images

Week four was a light week when it came to Frogs in the NFL.

Jonathan Anderson, LB (Chicago Bears):

No stats for Jonathan this week.

2016 Season Stats: 4 tackles

Trevone Boykin, QB (Seattle Seahawks):

Russell Wilson drank his oxygen water or whatever and was miraculously healed, so Tre didn’t get to play. But great job in the Riff Ram video!

2016 Season Stats: 7-9 (77.7%), 65 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 2 rush, -2 yards

Marcus Cannon, OL (New England Patriots):

The Patriots finally lost a game. But a pissed off Tom Brady returns for week five, so it was probably a one-time deal.

Tank Carder, LB (Cleveland Browns):

No stats for Tank this week.

Andy Dalton, QB (Cincinnati Bengals):

Nice game for Dalton against a Miami team that had no answer for AJ Green Thursday night, as the Bengals evened their record at 2-2.

Week 4 Stats: 22-31 (70.9%), 296 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT

2016 Season Stats: 97-146 (66.4%), 1,234 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT; 11 rush, 54 yards

Josh Doctson, WR (Washington Redskins):

Doc continues to struggle with an injury that has kept him off the field for the past two weeks.

2016 Season Stats: 2 reception, 66 yards

Jerry Hughes, DE (Buffalo Bills):

Hughes and the Jets became the first team to knock the Pats out of the win column, as they shut out New England on their home field.

Week 4 Stats: 3 tackles, 1 sack

2016 Season Stats: 16 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 PBU

Joey Hunt, C (Seattle Seahawks):

No stats for Joey in week three.

Colin Jones, S (Carolina Panthers):

Colin finally got in the stat sheet, though his Panthers lost another tough game.

Week 4 Stats: 2 tackles

2016 Season Stats: 2 tackles

Jeremy Kerley, WR (San Francisco 49ers):

Kerley had another really good game for the 49ers, who inexplicably emply Blaine Gabbert at QB. But BG has an affinity for his newest WR, looking for him on third down early and often against the Cowboys. Kerley also got in the end zone by the Bay for his first score of his SF tenure.

Week 4 Stats: 6 receptions, 88 yards, 1 touchdown; 1 punt returns, 26 yards

2016 Season Stats: 18 receptions, 202 yards, 1 touchdown; 4 punt returns, 57 yards

Derrick Kindred, S (Cleveland Browns):

Five more tackles for DK, who continues his strong play for a really, really bad team.

Week 4 Stats: 5 tackles

2016 Season Stats: 20 tackles, 2 PBU

Marshall Newhouse, OT (New York Giants):

No stats for Marshall in week four.

Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT (Philadelphia Eagles):

BYE WEEK

Jason Verrett, CB (San Diego Chargers):

I am really glad I am not a Chargers fan, as they keep finding new and terrible ways to lose. But Verrett seemed back to his old self, flying around the field for six tackles against an explosive Saints offense, that was held to a scant 200 yards passing by the San Diego D.

Week 4 Stats: 6 tackles, 1 PD

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