Kendall Fuller get his first career INT as the Redskins beat the Raiders.

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Redskins 27, Raiders 10

CB Kendall Fuller and the Washington Redskins got a 27-10 win Sunday night against the Oakland Raiders at FedEx Field. Fuller finished the day with three tackles an interception and a forced fumble to seal the win. Tech Alum Torrian Gray serves as the Redskins’ secondary coach.

S DeAngelo Hall is still on the PUP list as he is rehabbing from a torn ACL suffered last season.

Bills 26, Broncos 16

Tyrod Taylor, Logan Thomas and the Buffalo Bills defended home field at New Era Field against the Denver Broncos, who boast the league’s fourth-rated defense. Taylor completed 20 of 26 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns. Taylor also carried the ball eight times for 13 yards.

Bears 23, Steelers 17 OT

CB Kyle Fuller tallied five solo tackles and two passes defended in the Chicago Bears’ overtime victory against the Pittsburg Steelers at Soldier Field. This was the first win of the season for the Bears and their first September win since they beat the Jets on Sept 22, 2014.

Saints 34. Panthers 13

Trey Edmunds and the New Orleans Saints found their groove on the road as they cruised to their first win of the season against the Carolina Panthers and the number one ranked total defense.

WR Corey Fuller is still on the injured reserve after suffering an injury during the preseason. TE Bucky Hodges is on the practice squad for the Panthers.

Chiefs 24, Chargers 10

The Kansas City Chiefs beat AFC West rival L.A. Chargers at the StubHub Center. With the win the Chiefs are now one of the two undefeated teams in the league.

LB Dadi Nicolas is still on the PUP list, recovering from a ruptured patellar tendon suffered week 17 of the 2016 season.

Rams 41, 49ers 39

The L.A. Rams survived a Thursday Night shootout against the San Francisco 49ers. This contest was the highest scoring Thursday Night game in NFL history.

FB Sam Rogers is a member of the Rams’ practice squad and did not suit up for the game.

Jaguars 44, Ravens 7

S Chuck Clark and the Baltimore Ravens fell to the Jacksonville Jaguars in their first visit to Wembley Stadium in London, England. Clark registered two tackles in the loss.

Jets 20, Dolphins 6

The Miami Dolphins succumbed to the dominating defense of the New York Jets. This marked the first win of the season for the Jets. WR Isaiah Ford is currently on IR for Miami after suffering a knee injury during the preseason.

Titans 33, Seahawks 27

S Kam Chancellor and the Seattle Seahawks lost to the Tennessee Titans, a loss that was propelled by 21 straight points in the third quarter by the Titans. Chancellor recorded seven tackles on the day as well as a tackle for loss.

Cowboys 28, Cardinals 17

Head Coach Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals fell to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night football. Tech Alum Nick Rapone serves as the defensive backs coach for the Cardinals’ staff. T Vinston Painter is on the Cardinals’ practice squad.

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