Jamel Dean

Week 6 of the NFL season saw tight end C.J. Uzomah catch his third touchdown of the year and Jamel Dean record his first interception of the season. 

Read along to see how your favorite ex-Tigers fared in Week 6 of NFL action. 

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Tampa Bay defensive back Jamel Dean had his first interception of the season in the 28–22 win over the Eagles. Dean picked off an overthrown ball by Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts. Fellow teammate K.J. Britt played on special teams, but could see more time on the field in the coming weeks due to injuries piling up.

Eagles Punter Arryn Siposs averaged 44 yards per punt on his five punts, with a long of 55. Offensive lineman Jack Driscoll started at right guard.

 

Miami Dolphins vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Daniel Thomas and Rudy Ford’s Jaguars won their first game of the season in the 23–20 win over the Dolphins in London. Ford had three solo tackles and Thomas did not record a stat. 

Miami defensive back Noah Igbinoghene had four solo tackles in the loss. 

 

Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

Chicago defensive lineman Angelo Blackson recorded one tackle in the 24–14 loss to the Packers at home. 

 

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Detroit Lions

Cincinnati tight end C.J. Uzomah hauled in all three of his targets for 15 yards and a touchdown in the 34–11 win over Detroit. The touchdown was Uzomah’s third of the season.

 

Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers

Carolina defensive lineman Derrick Brown had two tackles and a quarterback pressure in the 34–28 overtime loss to the Vikings on Sunday. 

 

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore linebacker Josh Bynes had six tackles, one going for a loss in the 34–6 blowout win over the Chargers. His six total tackles were tied for the lead on the team. Bynes played much more on Sunday after the team gave up over 500 yards of offense last week. 

 

Arizona Cardinals vs. Cleveland Browns

Cleveland receiver Anthony Schwartz caught two passes for 11 yards and had one rush for -3 yards. The rookie receiver returned two kickoffs, with a long return of 35 yards.

 

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Denver Broncos

Kicker Daniel Carlson converted two of three field goal attempts, with a long kick hitting from 50 yards. The 2018 fifth-round pick also converted all four extra point attempts. 

 

Dallas Cowboys vs. New England Patriots

New England defensive back Jonathan Jones had three total tackles and a pass breakup in the 35–29 overtime loss to Dallas. Jones’ pass breakup came on an impressive play in the end zone midway through the second quarter.

 

Did not play in Week 6

DL Marlon Davidson, Atlanta Falcons (Bye Week)

LB Jamien Sherwood, New York Jets (Bye Week)

DL Dee Ford, San Francisco 49ers (Bye Week)

DL Montravius Adams, New Orleans Saints (Bye Week)

LS Josh Harris, Atlanta Falcons (Bye Week)

WR Darius Slayton, New York Giants (Inactive)

OL Braden Smith, Indianapolis Colts (Inactive)

RB Peyton Barber, Las Vegas Raiders (Inactive)

QB Jarrett Stidham, New England Patriots

 

Former Tigers on Practice Squads

DB Javaris Davis, Miami Dolphins

OL Mike Horton, Carolina Panthers

DB Jordyn Peters, New York Giants

OL Prince Tega Wanogho, Kansas City Chiefs

WR Seth Williams, Denver Broncos

DT Gabe Wright, Washington Football Team

 

Former Tigers on Injured Reserve

DE Carl Lawson, New York Jets 

DB Carlton Davis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

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