Kyle Fuller looks to lead the Bears' defense against the red-hot Saints

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Sunday, Oct. 29 games featuring Hokies

Chicago at New Orleans – 1 p.m.
CB Kyle Fuller and the Chicago Bears travel to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome to face the No. 4 offense of RB Trey Edmunds and the New Orleans Saints. The Bears are on a two-game win streak, while the Saints are on a four game winning streak and currently sit atop the NFC South. Fuller had five tackles and a pass deflection in last week’s contest. WR Corey Fuller is on IR for the Saints after sustaining an injury during the preseason.

Oakland at Buffalo – 1 p.m.
QB Tyrod Taylor, TE Logan Thomas and the Buffalo Bills face the Oakland Raiders. The Bills registered a comeback win against the Buccaneers, while the Raiders are fresh off a last-second win against the Chiefs. Taylor completed 20 of 33 passes for 268 yards one touchdown and carried the ball six times for 53 yards in last week’s victory. Thomas caught his first NFL touchdown, a 22-yard strike courtesy of Taylor.

Houston at Seattle – 4:05 p.m.
T Duane Brown returned to practice for Houston this week. It’s expected that he’ll travel Houston Texans travel to Seattle to take on S Kam Chancellor and the Seahawks. Seattle is coming off a victory against the Giants, while the Texans enjoyed a bye week. Chancellor had six tackles in last week’s contest. Former Hokies’ S Nick Sorenson serves as the secondary coach for the Seahawks.

Dallas at Washington – 4:25 p.m.
CB Kyle Fuller and the Washington Redskins face NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins and the Cowboys are both sitting at 3-3 good for second place in the division. Kyle recorded four tackles in last week’s game. Tech Alum Torrian Gray serves as the Redskins’ secondary coach. S DeAngelo Hall has been cleared to practice after suffering a torn ACL suffered last season. The team has a 21-day window

Monday; Oct. 30

Denver at Kansas City – 8:30 p.m.
The Denver Broncos and their No. 1 ranked defense travel to Arrowhead Stadium to face AFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs and their third ranked offense. LB Dadi Nicolas is on the PUP list for the Chiefs after suffering a ruptured patella tendon in Week 17 of the 2016 season.

Ravens 40, Dolphins 0
S Chuck Clark and the Baltimore Ravens pitched a shutout against the Miami Dolphins. With the win, the Ravens snapped their two-game losing streak, while the Dolphins’ three-game winning streak came to an end. WR Isaiah Ford is on IR for the Dolphins after suffering an injury during the preseason.

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