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Shrine Bowl in the NFL: Week 8


Jordan Poyer (S-Bills)

Jordan Poyer led the team with 11 tackles last week. He aims for his fourth in a row at home with 10-plus tackles. Poyer ties for the NFL lead among safeties with 66 tackles this season.


Nick Mullens (QB-49ers)

Nick Mullens passed for 238 yards and two touchdowns verse zero interceptions for a 128.4 rating last week.


Phillip Lindsay (RB-Broncos)

Phillip Lindsay rushed for 83 yards and had his first touchdown of the season.


Daesean Hamilton (WR-Broncos)

Daesean Hamilton had four catches for a career-high 82 yards and one touchdown last week.


Justin Simmons (S-Broncos)

Justin Simmons had five tackles and his second interception of the season last week.


Dean Marlowe (S-Bills)

Dean Marlowe had a season high six tackles. He also had a tackle for loss and a forced fumble.


Tershawn Wharton (DT-Chiefs)

Undrafted rookie Tershawn Wharton had a sack last week.


Daniel Sorensen (S-Chiefs)

Daniel Sorensen led the team with nine tackles and had a forced fumble last week. He aims for his third in a row with nine tackles. Sorensen has had an interception in two of the past three weeks.


Robby Anderson (WR-Panthers)

Robby Anderson had five receptions last week. He has five-plus catches in seven games this season, tied most in NFL.


Tracy Walker (S-Lions)

Tracy Walker had 10 tackles last week, his fifth career game with 10-plus tackles.


Justin Jackson (RB-Chargers)

Justin Jackson had a career high of 142 scrimmage yards last week.


Chase Edmonds (RB-Cardinals)

Chase Edmonds had a career high of seven receptions and 145 scrimmage yards last week.


Cole Holcomb (LB-Washington)

Cole Holcomb had his second career sack and his first career interception in week seven.


James Robinson (RB-Jaguars)

James Robinson had a career-high 137 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns. He ties for the lead among rookies with six touchdowns and ranks fourth in the NFL with 706 scrimmage yards.