Saquon Barkley, Running Back, New York Giants (Team Captain)
Barkley rushed 24 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns. He also added four receptions for 31 yards in the Giants’ 36-20 win over the Dolphins.
Mike Gesicki, Tight End, Miami Dolphins
Gesicki made four reception for 47 yards in the Dolphins’ 36-20 loss to the Giants.
Chris Godwin, Wide Receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Godwin made five receptions for 121 yards in the Buccaneers’ 38-17 win over the Lions.
DaeSean Hamilton, Wide Receiver, Denver Broncos
Hamilton made two receptions for 13 yards in the Broncos’ 23-3 loss to the Chiefs.
Jesse James, Tight End, Detroit Lions
James made three receptions for 31 yards in the Lions’ 38-17 loss to the Buccaneers.
Allen Robinson, Wide Receiver, Chicago Bears
Robinson made seven receptions for 125 yards in the Bears’ 21-13 loss to the Packers.
Miles Sanders, Running Back, Philadelphia Eagles
Sanders rushed 19 times for 122 yards and a touchdown. He also added six receptions for 50 yards and another touchdown in the Eagles’ 37-27 win over the Redskins.
A.Q. Shipley, Center, Arizona Cardinals (Team Captain)
Shipley helped the Cardinals’ rushing attack to 226 yards in the Cardinals’ 38-17 win over the Browns.
Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Smith was OUT for the Buccaneer’s clash with the Lions.
Ross Travis, Tight End, Indianapolis Colts
Travis did not play in the Colts’ 34-7 loss to the Saints on Monday Night Football.
Robbie Gould, Kicker, San Francisco 49ers
Gould was 3-3 in extra point attempts and 1-2 in field goal attempts in the 49ers’ 29-22 loss to the Falcons.
Sam Ficken, Kicker, New York Jets
Ficken was 1-2 in extra point attempts and 0-1 in field goal attempts including the Jets’ 42-21 loss to the Ravens on Thursday Night Football.
For The Glory Offensive Player of the Week:
This was a tough pick because both Miles Sanders and Saquon Barkley had monster weeks for their respective teams. Picking this week’s Offensive Player of the Week was like splitting hairs. The award goes to Miles Sanders as he managed to edge out Barkley in total yards. Sanders rushed 19 times for 122 yards and touchdown on the ground while also nabbing six receptions for 50 yards and another touchdown. He spent most of his career in the shadow of Saquon, he is now in his own spotlight, breaking the Eagles’ record for most rushing yards as a rookie. Here’s his touchdowns for your enjoyment.
Johnson made two total tackles in the Titans’ 24-21 loss to the Texans.
DaQuan Jones, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee Titans
Jones recorded five tackles in the Titans’ loss to the Texans.
Sean Lee, Linebacker, Dallas Cowboys
Lee made four total tackles including a sack and an interception in the Cowboys’ 44-21 win over the Rams.
Jordan Lucas, Safety, Kansas City Chiefs
Lucas made two total tackles in the Chiefs’ 23-3 win over the Broncos.
Carl Nassib, Linebacker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Team Captain)
Nassib recorded two total tackles in the Buccaneers’ 38-17 win over the Lions.
Amani Oruwariye, Cornerback, Detroit Lions
Oruwariye recorded two tackles in the Lions’ loss to the Buccaneers.
Nick Scott, Safety, Los Angeles Rams
Scott did not record any tackles in the Rams’ 44-21 loss to the Cowboys.
Cameron Wake, Defensive End, Tennessee Titans
Wake has been placed on injured reserve.
Anthony Zettel, Defensive End, Cincinnati Bengals
Zettel did not record any tackles in the Bengals’ 34-13 loss to the Bengals.
For the Glory Defensive Player of the Week:
In a slow week for the PSU in NFL defensive core, Sean Lee was one bright spot. Lee had another solid week in the Cowboys’ win over the Rams. He tallied four total tackles, a sack, and an interception. Lee is a force to reckoned with when he is healthy. It is nice to see the former Nittany Lion linebacker having another healthy and solid season in the NFL. He is this week’s Defensive Player of the Week.
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