Kyle Fuller enjoying breakout season for Bears

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49ers 15, Bears 14
The San Francisco 49ers registered a last-second win to defeat CB Kyle Fuller and the Chicago Bears thanks to a 24-yard field goal by former Bears K Robbie Gould. Fuller finished the game with six tackles, two pass deflections, one tackle for loss and recorded his first interception of the season in dramatic fashion. Antone Exum, Jr. did not record any stats on the day for the 49ers.

Ravens 44, Lions 20
S Chuck Clark and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Detroit Lions. Clark tallied two tackles in the win. If the playoffs started the day, the Ravens would be the sixth seed. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh indicated on Monday that Clark could see an increased role on defense for Baltimore.

Saints 31, Panthers 21
RB Trey Edmunds and the No. 2 offense of the New Orleans Saints defeated NFC South rival Carolina Panthers. With the win, the Saints took sole possession of first place in the NFC South. Edmunds did not record any stats on the day. The Saints are currently the fourth seed if the playoffs started today.

Seahawks 24, Eagles 10
T Duane Brown and the Seattle Seahawks defeated the No. 3 offense of the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. With the win, the Seahawks snapped the Eagles’ nine-game win streak. The Seahawks would be the fifth seed if the NFC Playoffs started today. Former Hokies’ S Nick Sorenson serves as the secondary coach for the Seahawks, while alums Eugene Chung and Keith Gray are both on the Eagles’ staff. S Kam Chancellor will miss the rest of the season after sustaining a neck injury in week 10.

Brown was one of many NFL Hokies rocking #MyCleatsMyCause over the weekend.

Rams 32, Cardinals 16
Head Coach Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals to NFC West rival L.A. Rams and their No. 4 offense. The Rams hold a one-game lead over the Seahawks for first place in the NFC West. If the NFC Playoffs started today, the Rams would be the third seed. FB Sam Rogers is a member of the Rams practice squad.

Cowboys 38, Redskins 14
CB Kendall Fuller and S DeAngelo Hall and the Washington Redskins fell to NFC East rival Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night at AT&T Stadium. Fuller had four tackles on the day as well as a 12-yard kickoff return. Fuller is currently tied for third in NFL with four INTs on the season.

Patriots 23, Bills 3
QB Tyrod Taylor, TE Logan Thomas and the Buffalo Bills fell to AFC East rival New England Patriots. Thomas had two catches for 10 yards on the day, while Taylor left the game with a bruised left patella. Head coach Sean McDermott indicated on Monday that “when healthy, Tyrod is our QB.” Like Duane Brown, Taylor also supported the #MyCauseMyCleats movement.

Jets 38, Chiefs 31
The N.Y. Jets scored late to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs. With the loss, the Chiefs extend their losing streak to four games. LB Dadi Nicolas is on the PUP list for the Chiefs after suffering a ruptured patella tendon in Week 17 of the 2016 season.

Packers 26, Buccaneers 20
The Green Bay Packers were able to hold on late to defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. QB Jerod Evans is a member of the Packers’ practice squad.

Titans 24, Texans 13
The Tennessee Titans defeated AFC South rival Houston Texans. TE Ryan Malleck is a member of the Texans’ practice squad.

Raiders 24, Giants 17
The N.Y. Giants fell to the Oakland Raiders. T Nick Becton is a member of the Giants’ practice squad.

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