Saquon Barkley, Running Back, New York Giants (Team Captain)
Barkley struggled to get anything going against the Cowboys stout run defense, running for just 28 yards on 14 carries. But, he rattled off a 65 yard reception, helping him reach 6 catches for 67 yards on Monday night.
Mike Gesicki, Tight End, Miami Dolphins
Gesicki made six receptions for 95 yards in the Dolphins’ 26-18 win over the Jets.
Chris Godwin, Wide Receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Godwin made seven receptions for 61 yards in the Buccaneers’ 40-34 OT loss to the Seahawks.
DaeSean Hamilton, Wide Receiver, Denver Broncos
Hamilton did not record a catch in the Broncos’ 24-19 win over the Browns.
Jesse James, Tight End, Detroit Lions
James made one reception for three yards in the Lions’ 31-24 loss to the Raiders.
Allen Robinson, Wide Receiver, Chicago Bears
Robinson made one reception for six yards in the Bears’ 22-14 loss to the Eagles.
Miles Sanders, Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles
Sanders made 10 carries for 42 yards and three receptions for 31 yards in the Eagles’ win over the Bears.
A.Q. Shipley, Center, Arizona Cardinals (Team Captain)
Shipley helped the Cardinals rushing attack to 153 yards in their 28-25 loss to the Chiefs.
Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Smith helped the Buccaneers’ rushing attack to just 99 yards in their loss to the Seahawks.
Robbie Gould, Kicker, San Francisco 49ers
Gould was 4-4 in extra point attempts in the 49ers’ 28-25 win over the Cardinals.
Sam Ficken, Kicker, New York Jets
Ficken was 1-1 in extra point attempts and 3-4 in field goal attempts in the Jets’ 26-18 loss to the Jets. His long was a 52 yard field goal.
For The Glory Offensive Player of the Week:
It was surprisingly slow week for our PSU in the NFL offensive players so the award goes to Mike Gesicki. He has had a rather slow season so to see him have a career high in Week 9 was a welcomed sight. As a result, his six receptions for 95 yards was reason enough to hand over our award, his first.
Adrian Amos, Safety, Green Bay Packers
Amos picked up seven total tackles in a 26-11 loss to the Chargers.
Troy Apke, Safety, Washington Redskins
Apke recorded seven total tackles in the Redskins’ 24-9 loss to the Bills.
Jack Crawford, Defensive End, Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons were on a BYE in Week 9.
Grant Haley, Cornerback, New York Giants
Haley did not record any tackles or pass breakups in a limited role for the Giants on Monday Night Football.
Johnson recorded four tackles in the Titans’ 30-20 loss to the Panthers.
DaQuan Jones, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee Titans
Jones made six total tackles in the Titans’ loss to the Panthers.
Sean Lee, Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
On Monday Night Football, Sean Lee racked up 12 total tackles in the Cowboys’ 37-18 victory over the Giants.
Jordan Lucas, Safety, Kansas City Chiefs
Lucas made one total tackle in the Chiefs’ 26-23 win over the Vikings.
Carl Nassib, Linebacker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Team Captain)
Nassib did not record any tackles in the Buccaneers’ loss to the Seahawks.
Nick Scott, Safety, Los Angeles Rams
The Rams were on a BYE in Week 9.
Cameron Wake, Defensive End, Tennessee Titans
Wake did not record any tackles in the Titans’ loss to the Panthers.
Anthony Zettel, Defensive End, Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals were on a BYE in Week 9.
For the Glory Defensive Player of the Week:
Sean Lee looked like a vintage version of himself on Monday night. His 9 solo tackles led the team and his 12 total tackles was tied for the most on the Cowboys. Lee has always been known as a linebacker that is always around the football, and he did just that in the Cowboys 37-18 victory on Monday Night Football.
Ryan Bates, Offensive Tackle, Buffalo Bills
Saeed Blacknall, Wide Receiver, Miami Dolphins
Brandon Bell, Linebacker, Carolina Panthers
Mike Hull, Linebacker, Miami Dolphins
Brendan Mahon, Offensive Guard, Carolina Panthers
Connor McGovern, Offensive Guard, Dallas Cowboys
Trace McSorley, Quarterback, Baltimore Ravens
Shareef Miller, Defensive End, Philadelphia Eagles