Jonathan Anderson, LB (Chicago Bears): No stats in week two for the Bears linebacker, as they got beat up and down the field on Monday night.
2016 Season Stats: 1 tackle
Trevone Boykin, QB (Seattle Seahawks): Boykin didn’t accumulate any stats this weekend, but as the offensive line of the Seahawks continue to look porous, and Russell Wilson continues to look hampered by an ankle injury, we get closer and closer to Tre’s debut.
Marcus Cannon, OL (New England Patriots): It doesn’t seem to matter who lines up behind center for the Patriots, all they do is win. Cannon has been a steady force on the o-line for each of the QBs that have taken snaps in 2016 for New England.
Tank Carder, LB (Cleveland Browns): No stats for Tank this week... but my goodness what a mess the Browns are.
Andy Dalton, QB (Cincinnati Bengals): Andy was this close to leading Cincy to a 2-0 start and a critical victory over the rival Steelers, but the controversial fumble call all but did him in. Dalton continued his strong start though, replicating his stats exactly from week one and going turnover free.
Week Two Stats: 31-54 (57.4%), 366 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT, 2 rush, 7 yards
2016 Season Stats: 54-84 (64.2%), 732 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, 5 rush, 14 yards
Josh Doctson, WR (Washington Redskins): Josh looked a lot more like the guy we all know and love, as he got on the field significantly more in his second game back from an injury that cost him all of the off and pre-season. He had five targets on Sunday in the loss to the Cowboys, and had a shot to reel in the game winning score, had Kirk Cousins kept it in the field of play. His biggest and best play was this long catch and run that could have been six had the ball not been under thrown.
Week Two Stats: 1 reception, 57 yards
2016 Season Stats: 2 reception, 66 yards
Jerry Hughes, DE (Buffalo Bills): Jerry didn’t need Uber’s help to get to the stadium Thursday night against the Jets, and though his Bills couldn’t pull off the win, he had another nice game - five tackles, one TFL, and a QB hit. All in a day’s work.
Week Two Stats: 5 tackles
2016 Season Stats: 11 tackles, 2 sacks
Joey Hunt, C (Seattle Seahawks): Joey continues to dress out for a Seattle team that has had one of the worst offensive lines in football to start the season. It may be only a matter of time before he pushes for snaps.
Colin Jones, S (Carolina Panthers): No stats for Colin this week, but a really nice bounce-back win for his Panthers.
Jeremy Kerley, WR (San Francisco 49ers): Three more catches for 29 yards against one of the best defenses in the league, and it appears that Jeremy Kerley has found a long-term NFL home.
Week Two Stats: 3 receptions, 29 yards
2016 Season Stats: 10 receptions, 90 yards; 2 punt returns, 11 yards
Derrick Kindred, S (Cleveland Browns): To the surprise of absolutely no one that has followed his career, DK has already endeared himself to his coaches and teammates, likely ripping the starting strong safety job away from veteran Ibraheim Campbell a mere two weeks into the season. Kindred played 62 snaps on defense compared to Campbell’s 20, recording five tackles and two passes defensed. The Browns are a dumpster fire, but the man we lovingly call Peanut has absolutely been a bright spot for them.
Week Two Stats: 5 tackles, 2 PD
2016 Season Stats: 11 tackles, 2 PD
Marshall Newhouse, OT (New York Giants): The Giants got a nice home win over the Saints, moving to 2-0 on the season. Marshall Newhouse played. Eli Manning went off and was only sacked twice. All is well.
Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT (Philadelphia Eagles): The Eagles won big, but Big V did not make his national TV debut, unfortunately.
Jason Verrett, CB (San Diego Chargers): JV had two tackles and a PBU as the Chargers annihilated Blake Bortles and the upstart Jaguars in San Diego.
Week Two Stats: 2 tackles, 1 PD
2016 Season Stats: 2 tackles, 2 PD, 1 INT
Frogs On Practice Squads
Aaron Green, RB (St. Louis Rams): Aaron Green didn’t play Sunday, but he won the weekend, at least as far as Frog fans are concerned, with this awesome tweet:
P.J. Dawson, LB (Cincinnati Bengals)
Stansly Maponga, DE (New York Giants)