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Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 2

With week two in the books, take a look at some of the best Shrine Bowl Pro moments

 

Kevin Dotson – Pittsburgh Steelers

He got his first NFL start Sunday and he is the only rookie offensive lineman with 10 plus pass-block snaps and zero quarterback pressures allowed. After the win against the Denver Broncos, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger gave Dotson the game ball.

 

James Robinson – Jacksonville Jaguars

Robinson continues to impress in week two of the NFL season and he even scored his first rushing touchdown. He broke a franchise record by rushing more yards (164) in his first two games than any rookie in Jaguar history.

 

Mykal Walker – Atlanta Falcons

Last week Walker finished his NFL debut with three tackles. In the 39-40 loss against the Dallas Cowboys Walker finished week two with seven tackles, which is one off the team lead. Four of his tackles were solo takedowns.

 

Mike Danna – Kansas City Chiefs

Danna ended his week two performance with an overtime win against the Chargers. He got his first NFL sack and finished with four tackles. Quarterbacks watch out, and if you’re in the Kansas City area I hope you get used to eating Big Macs.

 

Enjoy this tweet of our HOF Brett Favre wearing Shrine Bowl alum Tom Brady on his shirt.