Trey Edmunds, Saints extend winning streak to eight games

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Saints 34, Redskins 31
RB Trey Edmunds and the NFL’s No. 1 offense of the New Orleans found a way to finish a 15-point comeback in overtime against CB Kendall Fuller, S DeAngelo Hall and the Washington Redskins. Fuller finished the day with seven tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss, while Hall tallied six tackles. With the win, the Saints extend their winning streak to eight games. Tech Alum Torrian Gray serves as the Redskins’ secondary coach.

Ravens 23, Packers 0
S Chuck Clark and the Baltimore Ravens pitched a shutout against the Green Bay Packers; this is the third game of allowing zero points for the Ravens this season. Clark didn’t record any stats on the day. QB Jerod Evans is a member of the Packers’ practice squad.

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Buccaneers 30, Dolphins 20
DE Darryl Tapp and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated in state Miami Dolphins. With the win, the Buccaneers got their second consecutive win, while the Dolphins dropped their fourth straight game. Tapp didn’t record any stats on the day. WR Isaiah Ford is on IR for the Dolphins after suffering a knee injury during the preseason.

Lions 27, Bears 24
CB Kyle Fuller and the Chicago Bears fell to NFC North rival Detroit Lions. Fuller had three tackles and a pass deflection on the day. Fuller is currently third on the team in tackles (48) and tied for second on the team in solo tackles with 42.

Falcons 34, Seahawks 31
T Duane Brown and the Seattle Seahawks were unable to finish their comeback against the Atlanta Falcons Monday night. S Kam Chancellor did not play in the contest as he is recovering from a neck injury suffered in last week’s contest against the Cardinals. Former Hokies’ S Nick Sorenson serves as the secondary coach for the Seahawks.

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Chargers 54, Bills 24
QB Tyrod Taylor, TE Logan Thomas and the Buffalo Bills fell to the L.A. Chargers. Taylor replaced rookie QB Nathan Peterman in the second half of the contest. He finished the day going 15 of 25 for 158 yards and one touchdown. Taylor also carried the ball four times for 38 yards and a rushing touchdown. TE Logan Thomas didn’t have any catches on the day.

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Texans 31, Cardinals 21
Head coach Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals fell to the Houston Texans. Nick Rapone serves as the defensive backs coach for the Cardinals’ staff. T Vinston Painter is a member of the Cardinals practice squad.

Vikings 24, Rams 7
The No. 4 offense of the L.A. Rams were not able to overcome the No. 5 offense and defense of the Minnesota Vikings. The Rams still hold a one game lead on the Seahawks for first place in the NFC West. FB Sam Rogers is a member of the Rams practice squad.

Giants 12, Chiefs 9
The Kansas City Chiefs fell in overtime to the N.Y. Giants. LB Dadi Nicolas is on the PUP list for the Chiefs after suffering a ruptured patella tendon in Week 17 of the 2016 season.

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